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Originally posted by Skadi_the_Evil_Elf
But its never to late so long as even those who once supported him, with the belief that he would implement better change and relations, if they can begin to question, then all hope aint lost.
Because thankfully, the constitution has a little built in security device for dealing with failed presidents and corrupted politicans: impeachment. Bush has barely begun his his second term, the option is still there for us should it get worse.
Originally posted by koji_K
Bush isn't a conservative at all, he's (a monkey who's trained to be) a neo-conservative. The differences are extreme.
The essential difference is that neoconservatism has more in common with a special interest group than a political movement. Their interests are very specific, namely: