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George W. Bush: 364 days and counting down until his final term is up!!!!

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My first vote will be this November 2008. I wished he was in the ballot in every position so that I can vote for his contender



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whether I liked him or not, he was my president during the darkest months in America. I don't think he did that bad. I don't think Gore or anyone else could have done better.
Doesn't really matter anyways cause I think Dem. and Rep. work together.

Also, do you guys see a pattern in our economy? At the end of the president's term, we seem to go through recession and our next president takes us out of it. Seems strange to me. Clinton got us into recession as well and bush got us out, and now . . . who will get us out?



segajon said:
@ username2324
You are wrong, more people did not want him for his first election. Gore won the popular vote. The electoral college voted him in. Check your facts.

 Explain the second time 'round then? You and I both know Gore would have made a lousy president, but like I said, regardless of who it is you should be supportive and not just complain.



@usernam2324
If someone is wrong, you should not support him. Complaining will eventually bring about change, and the problem could then get fixed. And the second time Bush ran, he used fear tactics and lies during the election, like Swift Boat Veterans For Truth.




ikilledkenny said:
@usernam2324
If someone is wrong, you should not support him. Complaining will eventually bring about change, and the problem could then get fixed. And the second time Bush ran, he used fear tactics and lies during the election, like Swift Boat Veterans For Truth.

 He also ran against Kerry, who would not have been a much better president and the country knew it. It wasnt Bush who made those ads anyway, it was the Republicans, please stop assuming Bush is responsible for every little thing the country and Republicans do.

Hillary has a much better chance of losing than Obama in this year's election. Many people strongly dislike Hillary, like me, while I really dont care about Obama. But I think McCain would be a very good President but I only see him running one term, but right now thats all we need. 4 Years is plenty of time to fix and create new policies to bring America out of the hole again.  We need a President to fix our problems that have been arising, not a President that has their own agenda and will implement that instead of helping America, aka Hillary.



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YAY!!!!! Can't wait for the end of 2008!!!



superchunk said:
YAY!!!!! Can't wait for the end of 2008!!!

 Oh yeah, YAY, he gets to retire and live in peace without anymore troubles while we're left holding time bomb he set up.



ikilledkenny said:
How are people defending Bush? What good has he done for America? Iraq could best be described as a shitstorm. We are in a recession. He put America in monumental debt by making misguided tax cuts. Someone claimed that Clinton had a chance to kill bin Laden. That was debunked quite awhile ago. 9/11 did not happen because of Clinton, it happenned because Bush dramatically mismanaged his first 9 months in office. He resisted an independent probe into 9/11 because he was lax in his duties and let it happen. Bush has also limited personal rights. How can you defend someone who wanted the Patriot Act, which dramatically reduces the First Amendment's powers. While yes, Bill Clinton was merely an average President, Bush is up there with Buchanan (did nothing to stop the Civil War) and Nixon. Bottomline, this country is far worse off than it was on January 20, 2001.

 

So the 9/11 attacks that were in planning for at least half a decade occurred purely because the President that is toucher than any other in history on terrorism was lax?  There is a difference between criticising a president on reasonable grounds a blatantly attacking the brave leader of a brilliant nation.  And whatever you may think of Bush and his decision to invade Iraq, you cannot deny that it was a brave decision.



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Hillary has a much better chance of losing than Obama in this year's election. Many people strongly dislike Hillary, like me, while I really dont care about Obama. But I think McCain would be a very good President but I only see him running one term, but right now thats all we need. 4 Years is plenty of time to fix and create new policies to bring America out of the hole again. We need a President to fix our problems that have been arising, not a President that has their own agenda and will implement that instead of helping America, aka Hillary.


I agree, I think Hillary would galvanize the Republican base and drive them to the polls in the same way that Bush has galvanized Democrats to elect a Democrat to the White House this year, and in the same way that Obama is driving independents and new voters to the polls.  There is no one that Republicans hate more than Bill and Hillary Clinton. 



snooty89 said:
Bush is the man, you guys can all hate on him but that doesn't change the fact that situations fell into his lap that were out of his control. We got bombed on 9/11 largely because of a certain Democratic presidential candidate's husband being a pussy and not killing Bin Laden when he had the chance to. The UN agreed with him that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction, everyone thought so. Why does he get solely blamed for this? Because you are democrats that want the White House for one of ur people. Then when we have Clinton or Obama as president we can walk around and apologive to the terrorists for being so mean to them. I voted for Bush twice and will vote for the Republican nominee because having a Democrat elected will be terrible for America.

@ ManusJustusNardas

I'm 26 years old have a degree from a University, have studied politics from around the world so thank you for telling me to educate myself. I'm sorry but for anyone to want a Democrat in the White House and bring back Socialist policies is crazy.


So what kind of crack were they selling at that University anyway?  :P

That's just a joke, but honestly, you can't expect to express an opinion like that and have everyone just take your word for it because you have a degree.  It's a tougher sell than that.