posted on Dec, 1 2008 @ 12:54 PM
I believe such statements we can can expect, as the OP expounds, are genuinely irrelevant.
Bush may not be truly a mass murderer or an incompetent imbecile. He may in fact be quite adequately intelligent for the post he 'served'.
However, his guilt rises from another - uncommented upon - issue.
He was a businessman with an agenda that had little or nothing to do with 'serving' the American people in anything other than name.
His was a commercial agenda. All activities undertaken by this administration appear to have been geared to increase business activity within the
Sorry to say, America is NOT a business. She is a nation. She required and remains requiring stewardship that transcends political and corporate
gain. The truth is, we suffered a lack of leadership since his arrival. Not because he is not a leader...,, because he is not the leader we were
told he would be.
Same as this next guy.
Politics is no longer real. It is a sham like pro-wrestling. Sure, they're glitzy, witty, attractive, and otherwise entertaining; but today's
politicians are mostly clowns and actors. They couldn't reason their way out of a paper bag. Today's politicians require corporate and
institutional think-tanks and direction from mega wealth holders and their elitist lackeys.
America must be restored and that means we need public servants, not bosses. We need leaders, not cronies. We need people who have no fear of
'losing their political "career" because they 'offend' some 'old money' or 'transnational corporation' or 'bank cartel'.
Do those exist anymore? Maybe. If the media would just let us see and hear them we might be better off.
Who can make that happen? Anyone?