Quantcast
Skip to main content



This site works best in IE9 and up and in other modern web browsers

A Third Of Millennials Think Bush Killed More People Than Stalin

27 Nov 2003, BAGHDAD, Iraq --- U.S. President George W. Bush carries a platter of turkey and fixings as he visits U.S. troops for Thanksgiving at Baghdad International Airport, November 27, 2003. Bush secretly traveled to Baghdad and paid the surprise Thanksgiving Day visit in a bold mission to boost the morale of forces in Iraq amid mounting casualties. --- Image by © Anja Niedringhaus/Pool/Reuters/Corbis

27 Nov 2003, BAGHDAD, Iraq — U.S. President George W. Bush carries a platter of turkey and fixings as he visits U.S. troops for Thanksgiving at Baghdad International Airport, November 27, 2003. Bush secretly traveled to Baghdad and paid the surprise Thanksgiving Day visit in a bold mission to boost the morale of forces in Iraq amid mounting casualties. — Image by © Anja Niedringhaus/Pool/Reuters/Corbis

George W. Bush might have struggled in the White House, but he cares about this country and our troops. He will be remembered by all as a kind and thoughtful man who never had to resort to divisive or offensive rhetoric to articulate the need to protect this great land of ours.

Or maybe not. According to a lot of “millenials” aka your grandkids, President Bush was worse than one of the greatest mass murderers of all time.

Via Daily Signal:

According to the report, one-third (32 percent) of millennials believed that more people were killed under George W. Bush than under Joseph Stalin.

Yes. A third of young people think that George W. Bush killed more people than a violent Communist dictator.

I know millennials weren’t alive for Stalin or even the Soviet Union, but history is important. It is vital that we remember the millions that Stalin and other communist and authoritarian dictators murdered.

dictatormurders

Meanwhile, President Bush is riding bikes with wounded vets and helping lead full, productive lives:

How will you share the story of the dangers of communism with your grandkids? Comment below!

Advertisement