Bush........ I don't know...One min i'm really concerned the next I feel apathetic, then the next I feel unsure again. I won't vote for him because
he's turning into a sell out, he has based his presidential existence off false pretenses, he hasn't necessarily been a very diplomatic leader
without using threats of violence. Seems to be he has a list of other countries he would like to go after, he was quoted as saying "i'm a war
president". which isn't healthy for the United States. I don't even know what to believe on terrorism anymore, is it real or is it made up? I do
know that Jefferson had battled with the same kinds of "muslim extremists" on the coast of Northern Africa, so I do know this kind of muslim
ideology has been around for hundreds of years and I do know they wish to become a world dominant religion by using all physical means necessary.
I applaud Bush for weeding out sleeper cells and active cells in the muslim extremist arena, but I believe that can continue on without him.
As for tax cuts, it's swell who doesn't like an extra chunk of change in their pockets. The Halliburton scandel gets my noggin wheels turning, i'm
not sure i'll ever know the truth behind that one. But I know they are fighting to keep something under wraps, just ask dick cheney.
I believe also that the bush co is trying to turn this into an imperialistic society where the top get to do whatever, have whatever freedoms they
want, while the subordinates (us) have to subject ourselves to their rule of law, and it's happening with the fcc, yes bush is behind it, and also
the patriot act. obviously people know what happens when you give up your rights for a little security, buddy warned us about that back in the day.
I also believe this admin is corrupt, decietful, demonish, and belittling, and insulting to us... I don't care for them now that I think more about
And I also don't care for his company that he keeps. Also I despise Kerry... commie vs imperialism...
FACT: the foreign policy known as expansionism or imperialism, motivated the United States to adopt this policy in the nineteenth century.
FACT: the canal across the isthmus of Central America was strategically important to the United States for this reason.
FACT: These names should tell you alot: Alfred T. Mahan, Matthew C. Perry, Millard Fillmore, Queen Liliuokalani, Sanford B. Dole, Benjamin Harrison,
Grover Cleveland, William McKinley, William Randolph Hearst, Joseph Pulitzer, Theodore Roosevelt, George Dewey, Emilio Aguinaldo, Tsu Hsi, John Hay,
Ferdinand de Lesseps, William Howard Taft, and Adolfo Diaz
FACT: European nations such as England, Spain, France, Russia, Portugal, Germany, and Belgium had already carved up Africa and large parts of Asia
into colonies and "spheres of influence" by the late 1900s. To remain competitive, the United States reacted to European imperialism by looking for
a way to secure its own economic future through a policy of expansionism.
The time is coming when the pressure of population will . . . force the final competition of races. The United States will assert itself, having
developed aggressive traits necessary to impress its institutions upon mankind. Can anyone doubt that the result of this competition will be the
survival of the fittest?Source