George Bush Had The BEST Freudian Slip Of All Time In Speech About Russia & Ukraine

During a speech at SMU, former President George W. Bush had one of the best Freudian slips of all time by accidentally referring to the unjustifiable war in Ukraine as the Iraq War that Bush started. As if the slip-up wasn’t bad enough, Dubya seemingly acknowledges in an aside that his provocation of the Iraq War isn’t too dissimilar to Putin’s invasion of Ukraine.

“Former President George W. Bush: “The decision of one man to launch a wholly unjustified and brutal invasion of Iraq. I mean of Ukraine.””

2 thoughts on “George Bush Had The BEST Freudian Slip Of All Time In Speech About Russia & Ukraine

  1. Dr. Freud would say “Aha” and would add “The proof is in the pudding.” And more than a million Iraqis died so the Shrub could get his revenge. Seemed like the establishment was totally onboard for perpetrating the lies needed to convince the public that Saddam was a threat to our very existence…

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    1. Hello Jimmy. Very true. Shrub always had daddy issues and he was upset that Saddam had stayed in power while his dad lost his election, plus he was super miffed that Saddam had threatened his daddy. Plus the Israeli’s were telling him that if they could just turn on of the middle east countries to democracy (they insisted that the people would adore and cling to democracy because everyone wanted it right?) the rest would fall quickly, and Islam would just die out. He was stupid enough to buy it hook line and even the sinker. Hugs


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