Anyone actually like our president?

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posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 12:15 AM
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OK 4 years of Bush and what has he accomplished or done for the United States? Yea, yea, I got my 300 dollar check to, but it is not buying my vote.

4 YEars of 0 accomplishment. No new visionary economy, no new well ok he did say we were going to moon and mars Yippie! Oh but no money.

So someone please tell me anything he did aside from spinning the war on terror? Any half wit congressman could accomplish what he has without even being president.

Anything?

You realize even after 4 years as president all he can do is point at Clinton when things go wrong? How man years does it take for a president to get a vision on anything? Come on he must have done something usefull?



[edit on 4-8-2004 by Xeven]




posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 12:20 AM
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President Bush is a decent honest man and I for one am sick of people giving him a hard time!

He is doing the best he can under such horrible conditions, which a certain previous President caused.

I shudder to think what will happen if Kerry wins. (Which I pray he will not!)

Just an opinion from a normal citizen of the USA.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 12:40 AM
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Originally posted by Xeven
OK 4 years of Bush and what has he accomplished or done for the United States?

[edit on 4-8-2004 by Xeven]


Well he got rid of a undeniably repressive regime in Afghanistan, That was supporting terrorist and terrorist traing camps.

He created a Department of Homeland Security-completing the largest government reorganization since the beginning of the Cold War. As a result, our efforts to defend the homeland are more effective, efficient, and organized.


Along with the sweeping transformation within the FBI & CIA dealing with how the two interact with each other

Helping our First Responders: The Federal Government has provided more than $13 billion to equip and train local officials such as firefighters, police officers, and EMS workers to respond to terrorism and other emergencies and created a National Incident Management system. Over 500,000 responders have been trained in weapons of mass destruction awareness and response since September 11, 2001.


Chemical and Biological Threats: DHS has established the BioWatch program, which protects many large U.S. cities by monitoring the air for biological agents that could be released by terrorists. Additionally, with the funding of the Presidents Project BioShield, America is able to develop and acquire more advanced vaccines and treatments for biological agents.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 05:07 AM
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Originally posted by Rokgodes
President Bush is a decent honest man and I for one am sick of people giving him a hard time!



Hello.

I respect your opion


Can you please do next for me. Can you please define "decent honest man" and then please reflect that with G.W. Bush, what did he say, or do, or did not, so you can actually related this definition of yours to him.

For example, I will say "this person is good, cause once, I was in need for help, and he came in my request and asked nothing in return" This is how I would define somebody in my life.

I am just trying to be open minde, and learn something here.

Thank you.

I.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 05:52 AM
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well not untill he's a she and black and pregnant and in a wheelchair (or whtever as long as its a normal person, not a wasp or a frat boy/girl etc), and even then it will depend on policy.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 06:08 AM
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Corinthas is there ANYTHING about America you do like?



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:28 AM
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he might not be the smartest person, but imagine if America was led by someone of high intelect, the person would eather be extremely right wing or extremely left wing which would cause riots and arguments , having a moron leaves the country nicely in the middle.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:36 AM
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Corinthas is there ANYTHING about America you do like?



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:46 AM
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President Bush is one of the greatest Presidents the United States has ever had. Doing what is right, and being popular with the EuroLiberals are two different things. Bush, his cabinet, and all the men and women working on his team do certainly stand steadfast in their belief, and that is that there truly is a war on terrorism going on right now, to the great dismay of the kumbaya crowd.

The Honorably President Bush has a vision few, if any, Liberal Democrats can see, as they are deluded with their skewed and contorted belief systems, we should pray for them.

Eight years of Clintonism resulted in terror attack after terror attack, of which he and the democrats did absolutely nothing about. The war we are in now was going on then too, except the liberal democrats in power were blind to it, had no idea how to handle it, and were afraid their reputation would be spoiled if they confronted it.

Eight years of Clintonism, democratic economic policies, brought the economy to where it was when Bush and the republicans inherited it, in a shambles.

Bush & Co. inherited Clintons legacy, and have been working diligently to correct the grave errors of Clintons administration.

I say give the republicans 4 more years, and the mess will be well on the way to being cleaned up.

Sheesh, even the most liberal state in the union voted out their liberal governer, because HIS economic policies were hideous too. Yes, believe it or not, California elected a REPUBLICAN governer, haha, who'd a thunk it.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 07:57 AM
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Does anyone remember if famous words when he was first running for president???

His slogan was.."Im a uniter,not a divider."ahahahahaha..wait wait..ahahhaha

What ever happened to that idea??? Seems he has done the EXACT opposite of that...everything he does involves dividing people in america and especially through out the entire world.

Well i guess we could look at it from a different prospective and see he was right in a way,He deffinently united a whole bunch of people into hating himself aswell with america in general..

Funny he hasnt used that phrase during this election. All he needs to lie about now is the war in iraq and how we need him to keep us safe by killing iraqi civilians.


I got to laugh again "uniter not a divider" ahahahha..ahahhahha

what a liar





[edit on 4-8-2004 by lost lake pilsner]



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 08:51 AM
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I love these conversations.

LIBERALS... " Berfore 2000 the world loved and respected the U.S. There was peace and love and no sickness or disease. No one went to bed hungry. My favorite part was when Bill and Hillary tucked everyone in the country in to bed every night. Don't forget all parts of the war machine was disassembled."

"After 2000 George Bush personally urinated on the head of every world leader while invading helpless, Godfearing countries raping and torturing innocent men, women and children. There is now disease and hunger and unemployment of biblical perportions."

4 MORE YEARS!!!!!!!!



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 09:03 AM
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Originally posted by crmanager
I love these conversations.

LIBERALS... " Berfore 2000 the world loved and respected the U.S. There was peace and love and no sickness or disease. No one went to bed hungry. My favorite part was when Bill and Hillary tucked everyone in the country in to bed every night. Don't forget all parts of the war machine was disassembled."

"After 2000 George Bush personally urinated on the head of every world leader while invading helpless, Godfearing countries raping and torturing innocent men, women and children. There is now disease and hunger and unemployment of biblical perportions."

4 MORE YEARS!!!!!!!!


Could Not have said it better! That is all I have to say.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 06:17 PM
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Great post-


George W. Bush will go down in history as the puppet who was maneuvered by Cheneystein & Co. The little shop of horror characters, who pulled a dummy's string and dummy spoke in limited words.
Made dummy start wars so the rest of them could benefit and to make daddy a happy man and mom proud.
They wanted the dummy to create much chaos so (they) could take over the world. Now the master plan is to stop the elections- why not? Its about time, anyways, at least half of Americans are also dummys, and they wont mind...We'll just say that its to fight terror and they'll buy it.

By the time this comedy of horrors nears the end, the 50% of Americans who did not like Bush are going to be dead anyway, from nukelear attacks and this will pave the way in our quest to take over the world.

WORTH MENTIONING: Those of you armchair warriors, who like to brag how you served in the service, how you love Bush because your uncle Andy's cousin Jed also fought for this great country and this huge military background...let me remind you, THOSE people fought for something worthwhile, and they ARE to be commended. This war is not justified.
Shame to see 1000 of our men dead- for Bush's satisfaction. Pathetic.



posted on Aug, 4 2004 @ 08:27 PM
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Originally posted by dgtempe

This war is not justified.


These people might disagree,....if they could.



posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 08:50 AM
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nukelear attacks


lmao just like he say it himself.

I love these topic, cause it can tell you a lot about the propangada machine at work. So far I can see the machine is well lube-up and running at peak performance.

As for me, this whole thing was and will still be about OIL! Cause something far more greater will hit the world pretty soon, and this is oil shortage. Damn just do a google research on "Peak OIl" or "Cheap oil".

So my personal opinion is conflicted.

On one part I do hate him. Cause he has very little tact when it comes to public relation. He uses lies to hide the real agenda. He confuse people like hell with his alarm system. Raise a terror threat, then later we learn that this info was obtained prior to 9/11.?? And the list could go on and on...

On the other part, he is doing the right thing. If we are really running out of oil, then the surviver will be the one who gather the more oil. So in the end there can only be one superpower. And that superpower will be the onw owning the oil. Wich will stretch our dependence, maybe long enough to find a real viable alternative to oil. So the game began, every country started lifting rules and regulation on drilling. On some coast if not most of them in the world, it was illegal to drill near continents, due to pollution reasons. Now these laws are being revised as oil compagny are running out. Greenpeace is in some way dead... So in the end there will be a harsh fight for the remaining oil. Long term survival is at stake here. So it is better to get a head start by taking the world's second largest oil reserve. Wich was kinda kept in minimum pumping during the embargo, to keep oil inventory high. Thoses wells have not peaked yet. thx to the embargo they were never fully develloped. So knowing that, your job as a president will be to find a way to secure oil reserve. All your financial supporter are pressuring you to keep the boat afloat. And we all know that today's wealth are just numbers in some computers. Remove power and you remove these numbers, making Bonds and title property bewing what they really are, papers... Good to start a bondfire lol Will money buy you food if your country go banktrupt, if there is no more bank?? No money will become nice shiny coins and piece of papers. The effect of running out of oil could be far worse than the "MadMax" movie. So it is imperative that you do "WHATEVER NECESSARY" to secure oil. So far doing that Mr. Bush has done a great job. Except some security problems on the Iraki's oil fields. But that's not a problem that cannot be resolved.

I am an anti-war. But I still acknowledge that in the end, war will decide who will inherit the earth, a brand new start without oil. It is inevitable, especially considering the planet's overpopulation. The planet was not intended to support that many people, as history tells us. When it becomes too crowded a cleansing must be done in order to keep the race alive. We might be the witness of the greatest historical event that the human race will ever go through. Maybe it happened before, we don't know anything. We think we do. The more we learn, the more we find out we know nothing. One thing has been made sure through history though. And this is that the strongest survive, the rest vanish. The jungle law.



posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 09:10 AM
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DonG,

You remind me of zheng and any discussion that relates to China. You are so wrapped up in what you believe and your propoganda BS, it's hard to take anything you say seriously. Especially when you believe that Clinton didn't piss all over the honor of the Office.
I don't care how great you think he is, he shamed the Office. And as long as you continue to beeleeve he didn't, your credibility suffers. If you beeleeve that, it's no wonder you think the way you do.
Kinda scary. Almost like you are brainwashed.

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posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 09:37 AM
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Bush is doing a great job. I will vote for him again. I'm so glad that algore wasn't elected in 2000. Just lthink what he would have done after 9/11 -- surrendered?????

BTW, has anyone heard the news about Kerry's cousin being the mayor of a town in france and having run for president of france? I can't find the article which was supposedly run by the New York Times.

W in '04!!!



posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 09:50 AM
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I am not a flaming political supporter. However it is clear to me that President George W. Bush is the right president for this time in our history.

I watched the entire Democratic Convention on C-Span, listened to all the speakers, and concluded that the Democratic Party positions are out of touch with the realities concerning terrorism.

I hope that terrorism will not be with us until the End of Days, as will crime, but logic tells all of us otherwise. If so, I hope the Democratic Party returns to their common sense of 50 years ago and becomes a true national party again in order to give us a realistic choice.

It hurts for me to admit that John Forbes Kerry is more interested in pleasing former communists, sexual libertines, personal injury lawyers, socialists and welfare supporters who now make up the base of the party than do what is best for the security of the nation. Yet everything I see and hear from him and his supporters clearly tells me that.

Don't make me register as a Republican! But if the Democratic Party continues down this road, I'll be a Republican within four years. It seems that almost every decent person I know has changed his or her registration to Republican over the past 7 or 8 years and most of the others are still registered Democrat.

My response to your question: Yes, I like and support George W. Bush.



posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 09:56 AM
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I am 100 percent behind the President. He is the right man at the right time. No one else could lead this country in a time of war. Please do not talk to me about Kerry's 4 month's in Vietnam. He must be ashamed of his record in congress, other wise he would use it in his campain instead of focusing on a 4 month period of time.



posted on Aug, 5 2004 @ 11:43 AM
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I am not American but I'll comment. Bush is a fool. As far as I can tell the UKs view on him is an idiot. He is a puppet, I still can't believe some people can't see his strings.

I hope he looses the election, I hope Blair looses our election and they both buy a house together and never darken our skies again. Still you have Kerry, same s**t different suit!!

As for voting. You guys still believe you actually vote your president in??
Your president is 'placed' into office buy unseen hands. Just like our priminister. If it makes you feel like you make a difference then carry on!


[edit on 5-8-2004 by 7th_Chakra]





 
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