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seafan Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-22-12 10:06 AM
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Florida's former governor Jeb Bush meets Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong
Source: Channel News Asia

SINGAPORE: Former governor of Florida Jeb Bush called on Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong at the Istana on Monday.

Mr Lee and Mr Bush affirmed the excellent state of bilateral cooperation between Singapore and the United States.

A statement from Singapore's Foreign Ministry said both parties had a good discussion on the US and global economy, as well as other regional and international developments.




Read more: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/stories/singaporelocalne...



Probably just carrying on the Bush Legacy of bleeding jobs away from our country... or looking for a way to outsource what remains of our public education infrastructure.



Reuters Pictures Link
Former Florida Governor Jeb Bush (C) smiles during a conference on education at Intercontinental hotel in Tegucigalpa August 22, 2011.


This type of under-the-radar international visit by Jeb Bush isn't an outlier.



Exactly why did Jeb Bush meet with China's Vice President in Beijing last week?, January 17, 2012



By the way, are we all anticipating George W. Bush's new book this summer, outlining his advice on 'improving the economy'?


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But gingerly, the 43rd president is beginning to add his voice back into the national dialogue. A month ago, he spoke publicly in favor of one of his defining domestic legacies, the tax cuts that still divide the country. Two months from now, he plans to publish a book outlining strategies for economic growth. And on Tuesday, he made a rare return to Washington to promote freedom overseas.

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Kevin Lamarque/Reuters (via NY Times)
Former President George W. Bush with Ammar Abdulhamid, left, who fled Syria, and Bob Fu, an immigrant from China, at an event honoring people working for freedom.


You had your chance, mister.

Besides, there are some people who would love for you to pay them a visit.





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No Elephants Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Tue May-22-12 09:54 PM
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1. Singapore. Isn't that where the Facebook guy who renounced his citizenship went to avoid taxes?
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ellenfl Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat May-26-12 06:59 PM
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2. when did jeb become the u.s. spokesman? eom
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