posted on Dec, 28 2004 @ 05:58 PM
President Bush definatly has alot of enemies at this point, I am actually suprised that an assassination hasn't been attempted already. Not only does
a great deal of the arab world dislike the US President, but as done much of the rest of the world, including some American Citizens.
It would be illogical to say GW Bush isn't vulnerable to an attack by the many people and individuals who stand against him. We know it could happen,
and with quite a bit of ease at that. All that is necessary is one person who decides they've had enough and a single bullet.
The larger question here is not whether or not President Bush is likely to be assassinated. The question is who will be the killer and who will be
alligned with that assassin.
We live in a time where there is no better of two evils, everyone is just as bad as their enemy. The situation cannot improve, it can only escalate
and in effect, become worse. No faction is something the other will never be because they are one in the same, only appearing different by looking at
them from different view points. The death of the US president at this point would be tragic, yes. It would not, however, be unthinkable.
We are at war, we are in competition with our enemies. To eleminate the leader of the threat would not be seem bad by the US (What's wrong with
killing Binladen before he causes another attack?), nor would it be seem bad to the opposing teams.
Downward spiral, has to get worse before it can get better.