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Bush Has Been Compared To Hitler

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posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 03:58 PM
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I don't know what we're called, but YOU raised us. If anything, we took the worse aspects of the hippy movement, and tied them to neo-socialist violent protesting. Good old fashioned rioting.

Hell. We're going to be the bunch that drops the nuclear football. EDIT: We HAVE dropped the nuclear football. We let NK get them bomb already. We're working on justifying terrorism, as you can see.

DE

[edit on 15-10-2006 by DeusEx]




posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:08 PM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott
made virtues of cowardice, drug abuse, and promiscuity and then became the most greedy and materialistic generation in American history.
[edit on 2006/10/15 by GradyPhilpott]

You just described George Bush perfectly...except that you forgot drunkard. What a mess.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:18 PM
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Originally posted by SkyWay
You just described George Bush perfectly...except that you forgot drunkard. What a mess.


GW and many millions of others and alcohol abuse is drug abuse.

GW changed his life and is now serving his nation honorably as he did in the ANG. My description of my generation is a generality and is not intended to paint every single individual with the same brush or to deny that many have matured and set our lives straight.

But I do stand by my previous post. Boomers have no right to criticize younger generations, except to point out the our own mistakes and indiscretions and to warn of their consequences.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:24 PM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott

Originally posted by SkyWay
You just described George Bush perfectly...except that you forgot drunkard. What a mess.


GW and many millions of others and alcohol abuse is drug abuse.

GW changed his life and is now serving his nation honorably as he did in the ANG. My description of my generation is a generality and is not intended to paint every single individual with the same brush or to deny that many have matured and set our lives straight.

But I do stand by my previous post. Boomers have no right to criticize younger generations, except to point out the our own mistakes and indiscretions and to warn of their consequences.


George Bush served honorably in the Air National Guard?

I guess if serving your country honorably means avoiding conflict, flying planes around Texas and going on drunken binders with your friends is serving your country honorable, than sign me up!!

Seriously, to say that GWB served his country honorably in the ANG is an insult to all those kids who died in Vietnam for no reason, just like its an insult to all those kids in Iraq who are dying without reason.

If you're going to make a comment about serving honorably, than you sure as hell had better back it up with something. There was nothing honorable in what he did. Disgraceful, maybe. But honorable? Absolutely not.

This has me angry.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:32 PM
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- Opps, wrong post.


[edit on 15-10-2006 by Waiting2awake]



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:33 PM
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Originally posted by GradyPhilpott

Originally posted by SkyWay
You just described George Bush perfectly...except that you forgot drunkard. What a mess.


GW and many millions of others and alcohol abuse is drug abuse.


I only worded it that way to make a distinction between Bush's coc aine abuse and his drunken binges.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:33 PM
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Originally posted by FlyersFan
Bush isn't Hitler. Not even close. To even compare the two is an insult to the 6 million dead Jews; the hundreds of thousands of dead Catholics; and the tens of thousands of handicapped and homosexual people that were mass murdered. Not to mention the millions killed and maimed (military and civilian) by Hitler trying to take over the world.

The two can't be compared and it's an insult to the memories of Hitlers victims to do so.



You dont seem to understand, Hitler didnt do those things in earnest until after he was bombed nearly back to the stonage. I wonder what would happen if countries bombed us until we had cities become firestorms. Bush just hasnt had the country attacked yet, who knows what would happen then.

[edit on 15-10-2006 by LoneGunMan]



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:39 PM
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GW bush is the result of corporate greed.
Hitler was the result of a nation sapped after being blamed for the worst battle in hisotry, at the time. And rightly so.

Both men used the current atmosphere along with a dramatic event to pursue goals only known to them, and there immediate men.

The people are merely cannon fodder.

We didnt create bush, we allowed him to be created.
As long as it gave us TV, candy, fast food, cigerettes, cars, cheap petrol and the latest technological gizmo. .we were happy to allow them to do as they pleased.
Until we allowed them to grow out of control.

Comparing what hitler did, to what bush is doing is a long long leap.
But in todays world, with todays standards.. what bush is doing is no less haneous and curropt.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:40 PM
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lonegunman u should read Mein Kampf by adolf hitler . U will clearly see that he had the ideas long before things got in motion up here!!



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:42 PM
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Originally posted by semperfortis
What have you all done for your country lately? Besides complain that is...

Join the Military?


why would I do something so completely stupid?



Send a Package to a Soldier?


no not really, but thats because they already take money out of our weekly checks, I thought that was my forced support to the soldiers.



Try to support the Soldiers with something more than spouting their leader is a bad man?


well our leader is an unstable "evil" person, that has nothing to do with the soldiers though



Anything positive for them while they fight and die for you?


they aren't fighting and dying for me, they are fighting and dying for some foreign country, which is only benefitting business really.



Attend a Political Meeting?


now that i have done



Rally?


tried to but 1. couldn't get out of school 2. couldn't get a rid to the place which is a 45 minute ride from where I live



Volunteer with the Police?


again I don't think I would ever do that, and I don't know why I should.



Anything except complain and denigrate?

Semper


Yes, but just because it doesn't fit a pro right wing agenda does not mean I'm not doing anything. Supporting my country is by stating my beliefs, not going with what is believed to be the right thing. You support your country not by standing for what is believed is the right thing, but by the process of standing itself.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:44 PM
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Yes he did, but they did not get implimented, like the world was led to believe until, the dogs of war were unleashed on him.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:44 PM
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Originally posted by Agit8dChop
We didnt create bush, we allowed him to be created.
As long as it gave us TV, candy, fast food, cigerettes, cars, cheap petrol and the latest technological gizmo. .we were happy to allow them to do as they pleased.
Until we allowed them to grow out of control.


We?

I don't know many Americans who use the term petrol and Bush is the President of the United States. Would you be speaking of another head of state?



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:53 PM
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I think the first deportations began in the late '39s. So i think that was before the whole world got involved. Hitler sure was a smart man i think, much smarter then todays leaders and true he was doing it al 2 create "A better world",thats something he has common with bush. Trying 2 create a better world by all means even if it means thousands are dying !!



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 04:56 PM
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*cough*CHAMBERLAIN*cough*

Now, I don't support Bush. I don't like him, or his attitude towards my country. However, at least he is pointed in the right direction, and he has done some things right.

Which is more than I can say for our previous PM.

Grim, thanks for proving my point. Our generation sees absolutely nothing wrong with complaining at the top of their lungs, and not doing anything CONSTRUCTIVE about any problems. Now, there's tons of alternatives to military service. Volunteering with the police, fire department, or ambulance crews for instance. But we don't even do that.

It's not about us individually, it's about us as a society, which is why we're so screwed. We focus on individual problems that we have, ignore the big picture and refuse to help.

DE



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 05:13 PM
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Originally posted by HoorahUSMC
Good job people on not reding the article! I like how people responded, no idea what is going on, but still defend Bush.


I read it. And my opinion stands.

it is an INSULT to the 6 million murdered Jews; the hundreds of thousands of murdered Catholics; the tens of thousands of murdered homosexuals and physically disabled persons; and the tens of millions of dead civilians and military personnel to say anything about Bush equaling Hitler.

That's not defending Bush. That's defending the memory and the honor of those mass murdered by Hitler and his Nazis. That's defending history as well.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 05:14 PM
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Excuse my countries bad english!

And what do you mean by head of state in regards to bush?
We as in PEOPLE didnt look twice when such a corporate induced candidate and side kick appeard to be running for presidency.
Even more strange when they won, but the people didnt seem to agree.
Funny when its the people voting.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 05:17 PM
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Originally posted by SkyWay
You just described George Bush perfectly...except that you forgot drunkard.


He's a recovering alcoholic. There are many people with the disease of alcoholism. Bush hasn't had a drink in many years. Drunkards are people who are actively drinking. Bush is a recovering alcoholic. There is a difference.

There have been drunkards in the white house but Bush isn't one of them. Grant on the other hand .....

Bush 43 MAY be on medications ... but that's another subject for another thread.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 05:25 PM
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Actually is some similarities of Bush and Hitler, not in the way that Hitler turned out to become, but more on the road to power and the decision makings that Bush is doing.

Hitler was a very charismatic man and he gained the support of the majority in his country before turning bad.

So he was that good and he caused the population to divide on issues much like we are doing now.

Behind the support he was able to get away with his power grip on the country before becoming the evil man that we only remember him to be now.

But in the beginning he was actually well liked enought to get support from his followers.



posted on Oct, 15 2006 @ 05:34 PM
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Originally posted by DeusEx
Grim, thanks for proving my point. Our generation sees absolutely nothing wrong with complaining at the top of their lungs, and not doing anything CONSTRUCTIVE about any problems. Now, there's tons of alternatives to military service. Volunteering with the police, fire department, or ambulance crews for instance. But we don't even do that.

It's not about us individually, it's about us as a society, which is why we're so screwed. We focus on individual problems that we have, ignore the big picture and refuse to help.

DE



lol No, I just dont do anything stupid out of patriotism. Im not going to go join the military to show my support. Blind patriotism has gotten some of my family (not immediate) killed in the past, and I won't make such a stupid mistake.

I have a friend going into the firedepartment as a volunteer, and another first aid. That does not change the fact that I would not do that because I have different goals. Im not going to volunteer for the police or anything else like that, because it would not be practical for me. With our financial status we dont have the time to do anything volunteer. I do go out and try to make a difference, but not by acting like volunteering for part of the system will change the system. Joining the system does nothing but make you a number in the system. You may make a local difference, and if thats your goal, power to you. I have higher aims of change, and those changes aren't accomplished or reached by doing local volunteer work.



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