Where will he go? What will he do? Saying Goodbye to Bush...

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posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 08:27 AM
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If he is really his father's son, this will not be the last time we hear from W. And if history is any teacher, in a few years one of W's daughters will be the first US female president, starting an illegal war on Iran saying, they tried to kill my Daddy.





posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 08:43 AM
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The Treatment of Bush Has Been a Disgrace

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According to recent Gallup polls, the president's average approval rating is below 30% -- down from his 90% approval in the wake of 9/11. Mr. Bush has endured relentless attacks from the left while facing abandonment from the right.This is the price Mr. Bush is paying for trying to work with both Democrats and Republicans. During his 2004 victory speech, the president reached out to voters who supported his opponent, John Kerry, and said, "Today, I want to speak to every person who voted for my opponent. To make this nation stronger and better, I will need your support, and I will work to earn it. I will do all I can do to deserve your trust."

Those bipartisan efforts have been met with crushing resistance from both political parties.

It seems that no matter what Mr. Bush does, he is blamed for everything. He remains despised by the left while continuously disappointing the right.

Yet it should seem obvious that many of our country's current problems either existed long before Mr. Bush ever came to office, or are beyond his control. Perhaps if Americans stopped being so divisive, and congressional leaders came together to work with the president on some of these problems, he would actually have had a fighting chance of solving them.

Like the president said in his 2004 victory speech, "We have one country, one Constitution and one future that binds us. And when we come together and work together, there is no limit to the greatness of America."




The treatment President Bush has received from this country is nothing less than a disgrace. The attacks launched against him have been cruel and slanderous, proving to the world what little character and resolve we have. The president is not to blame for all these problems. He never lost faith in America or her people, and has tried his hardest to continue leading our nation during a very difficult time.

Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty -- a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House.



I have a bad feeling about our karma.



posted on Nov, 5 2008 @ 09:06 AM
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Whatever he does after he's gone will be far less dangerous than what he has been doing while he was here.

... He's not gone yet... *tick.. tick..tick* - Wait for it... Wait for it...





 
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