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George Bush is
an inspiration.
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a politician.
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not a true conservative.
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Duck Tory





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PostPosted: Sun May 06, 2007 10:03 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

What it tells us is Bush is going to be a scapegoat for sure.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 4:02 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Some Guy wrote:
But he's not the idiot Jon Stewart and all them say he is. I could edit anyone's press conferences and make that person look retarded.


Ahh...thats true...all the current affairs comedy people in America have edited his news confrences and his speeches so that some of the smart stuff is left out and all thats left is him going "uhhhh..."...thats not fair to the poor guy (even though I don't really like him)

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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 4:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Its not a question of his intellegence. He is clearly an intellegent man. He has surrounded himselves with yes people and refuses to look at other views. It is a classic example of group think. If he was in charge during the Cuban Missile Crisis the world would have been destroyed.
He has his preconieved views and he sticks to them no matter what.
I was always against the Iraq war, but his botched handling of the occupation has made everything so much worse......
I really cant think of someone who has destroyed so much of America's hard and soft power and gained so little.
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 9:42 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

It's sad that so many people blame Mr. Bush for doing the right thing!

I guess that those who are so critical would rather do nothing and let islamists fester like a plague...

It is sad that someone like Mr. Bush has to take so much heat for not backing down from these terrorists.

There would be certain disaster if the U.S. led coalition were to back down now.

It's time that the freedom loving nations stand behind this effort to its success.

As Mr. Bush has noted - this battle involves defeating the ideology of these terrorists and how can we do that - if so many people don't even care to know what that bent ideology is...
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PostPosted: Mon May 07, 2007 9:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

FascistLibertarian wrote:
Its not a question of his intellegence. He is clearly an intellegent man. He has surrounded himselves with yes people and refuses to look at other views. It is a classic example of group think. If he was in charge during the Cuban Missile Crisis the world would have been destroyed.
He has his preconieved views and he sticks to them no matter what.
I was always against the Iraq war, but his botched handling of the occupation has made everything so much worse......
I really cant think of someone who has destroyed so much of America's hard and soft power and gained so little.


Q: his botched handling of the occupation has made everything so much worse......

R: No it's the fault of a world that does nothing to help - sure everyone can jump on the wagon that criticizes - it's easier to rally the position that avoids the real issues...

What about Iran - is everyone going to ignore that one too? What shall it take for the western nations to understand? Well as long as the westerners have their sense gratifications they are ill-inclined to understand - yup - too many people cannot see the future that inaction shall deliver.
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PostPosted: Wed May 09, 2007 7:32 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

really? Saddam was an Islamic terrorist?
And the botched occupation is everyone who did not support the Iraq wars fault?

Your are probably right, not sending enough troops, the rumsfeld doctrine, disbanding the army and the party, these are all the fault of countries like Canada and Germany.
It is the rest of the worlds fault that America sent their troops for a job they did not train them for.
It is the rest of the worlds fault that this has been one of the most botched occupations in history.
Saddam was clearly a threat, never mind that he never attacked the US, never threatened the US, he was a threat......
The US had no choice but to fight this war and they had no choice, thanks to the rest of the world, to handle to occupation so halfassed.
Duck Tory





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PostPosted: Thu May 10, 2007 8:26 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Let's face the big picture the Iraqi's lived under a tyrant who squander every single chance to help his people, his perverted sons ran around the country killing and violating those they see fit....I feel The Iraq war was NOT A MISTAKE it was a just cause the us to help liberate the Kurds and Iraqi's, the fault is not on Bush it is on Liberals,Democrats,Hollywood Elites,So call Peace Activists and Selfish people who have blood on their hands. Worst part is they do not have any conscience what so ever.
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PostPosted: Sat May 12, 2007 4:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I Am with George Bush, he is the only one that seems to be willing to grab this Muslim Bull by the horns ! It should have been done 20 years ago instead of ignored like it was. G W the greatest leader only needs one seat, his own ! So long as you do what is right who cares what to polls say. You where elected to lead not fallow. The polls make the fallowers not the leaders !
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 7:16 am    Post subject: George Bush Reply with quote

I think that George Bush is a candidate for being the worst president the United States has ever had. He had Saddam intimidated and at that point Saddam folded. Then George, instead of taking the pot off the table, kicked the table over and we have had chaos in Iraq since.
Recently I again thought he might be playing poker, installing anti-missile systems in eastern Europe. Russia proposed Azerbaijan and I thought that George had finally made a cunning move and that he would jump at Russia's proposal but no -- he missed an opportunity to advance his new technology and mend fences.
I am basically a conservative and I think that Reagan was one of their greatest presidents. One remembers that Reagan got out of Lebanon - a wise move and I believe that he would never have gone into Iraq
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 7:25 am    Post subject: Re: George Bush Reply with quote

yedowicz wrote:
I think that George Bush is a candidate for the worst president of the United States. He had Saddam intimidated and at that point Saddam folded. Then George, instead of taking the pot off the table, kicked the table over and we have had chaos in Iraq since.
Recently I again thought he might be playing poker with Russia, installing anti-missile systems in eastern Europe. Russia proposed Azerbaijan and I thought that George had finally made a cunning move and that he would jump at Russia's proposal but no -- he missed an opportunity to advance his new technology and mend fences with the Russians.
I am basically a conservative and I think that Reagan was one of their greatest presidents. One remembers that Reagan got out of Lebanon - awise move and I believe he would never have gone into Iraq


George Bush is NOT responsible for the mess in Iraq!

The islamists are responsible - Iran and Syria are responsible - it is amazing how people are blaming George Bush for this.

The Iraq invasion was necessary and it must be followed through with till it's done.

What happens when the west has to shut down Iran? Are we going to see the same nonsense sentiments in favor of the terrorists there? Sad how people do not understand the islamist threats...
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:06 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Without Bush there would have been no Iraq.

Regardless of if you feel Iraq should have been invaded or not.
The disbanding of the Iraqi Army on May 23, 2003 put 400,000 Iraqi soldiers on the streets.

Worst prez since 1945 at least!
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FascistLibertarian wrote:
Without Bush there would have been no Iraq.

Regardless of if you feel Iraq should have been invaded or not.
The disbanding of the Iraqi Army on May 23, 2003 put 400,000 Iraqi soldiers on the streets.

Worst prez since 1945 at least!


Yes it displaced 400 000 [or so] soldiers loyal to a terrorist sponsoring dictator...
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 9:55 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Yes it displaced 400 000 [or so] soldiers loyal to a terrorist sponsoring dictator

So you believe that disbanding the army was the right choice?
I am sure you also think that de-Bathification is a good idea and worked well.
Wow I really dont know what to say.

Disbanding the army is possible the worst thing the Americans did.
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 10:09 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

FascistLibertarian wrote:
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Yes it displaced 400 000 [or so] soldiers loyal to a terrorist sponsoring dictator

So you believe that disbanding the army was the right choice?
I am sure you also think that de-Bathification is a good idea and worked well.
Wow I really dont know what to say.

Disbanding the army is possible the worst thing the Americans did.


That's your socialist leaning opinion...
Duck Tory





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PostPosted: Tue Jun 12, 2007 8:11 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So far i do have a bad feeling when Bush leaves Office. I feel whoever is in office will set him up.
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