No regrets, Laura Bush says
Administration playing 'the hand we were dealt,' she says in interview
By Mark Silva
Tribune national correspondent
Published June 30, 2007, 11:45 AM CDT
KENNEBUNKPORT, Maine -- George W. Bush campaigned for the presidency with a promise of compassion, a decidedly domestic agenda pledging to reform public schools, offer immigrants a permanent home, enlist churches in the delivery of social services and cut taxes for Americans.
"Neither George or I are the kind to look back and think, 'Oh, what if? Why did this happen when I was president?' " she said. "I think it's because he is a realist. … And it's just that this is what's happened, this is the hand we were dealt, and you just have to move on and do the very best you can with that hand."
No regrets huh? No regrets over the thousands of American soldiers killed, no regrets over the possible HUNDREDS of thousands of innocent victims in Iraq and Afghanistan? No regrets over shredding the constitution and pooping on the Bill of Rights?
Laura, it's less than two years. Up your dosage, and STFU until then.