Ya gotta be kiddin' me. Yeah, like I made them myself...
Hate to bring out da big guns, but what was he doin' 'bout terrorism for the eight months prior to 9/11?
Since he had only taken a office 9 months before before 9/11 he didn't have nearly enough time to rebuild what the previous administration had gutted in 8 years. Put the blame for 9/11 where it belongs, on the terrorist that commited the act!
Why was the bin laden family able to fly immediately after 9/11 occured?
Think back and try to remember that at that time no one knew for certain who was behind 9/11
He took a surplus and turned it into the biggest deficit this country has ever seen... trillions of dollars... Tax cuts for the wealthy...
And tax revenues actually increased, the deficit got worsebecause of spending by Congress.
How 'bout making jokes about finding WMD's, while our boys are are dyin' over there, because of that very reason... If Johnson or Nixon made jokes about say finding the vietcong?
Blown way out of proportion.
The infamous Patriot Act and its sequel, Patriot II, are chock−full of ways for the government to eliminate dissent. Protesters, whether leftist or rightist, can have their citizenship revoked. Even American citizens can be detained secretly, their identities only becoming known once charges are filed (and there is no guarantee that charges will be filed swiftly). No democratic government needs such oppressive means to fight a war on terrorism. The Bush administration has declared war on free thought.
If you aren’t doing anything illegal there’s nothing to worry about.
Some here think my right to speak should be taken away...
So people get a bit worked up about this issue, sound familiar?
Bush has ruined the image of America around the world. The nations of the world extended their hands to us in sympathy after 9/11 and were even willing to support our war in Afghanistan as a war of retribution against a state that had directly aided the attackers.
Double-check your facts! The coalition forces include 60+ countries.
Bush was not be content with one war. No, we had to send our troops to fight in Iraq as well, without the support of the United Nations. Why? No one really knows. First it was "weapons of mass destruction" until we didn't find any. Now it's "pre−emptive self−defense," which makes a lot of sense. Invade a country because we're afraid it threatens us? I don't know about you, but there are a hundred things more threatening to me than the not−very−imposing Republic of Iraq under Saddam Hussein. But off to war we went, severely damaging our relations with almost the entire world. In fact, the attack on Iraq probably created more terrorists that it has prevented.
Again your not posting anything factual, just opinion and rhetoric.
The economy has lost three million jobs, Ashcroft and the Department of "Oppression" have trampled all over American freedoms and the world views us as arrogant Americans who fought a needless war in Iraq for our own selfish purposes - Halliburton???
The economy was in a nose-dive BEFORE Busch took office, again your not supporting your argument…your only raising your voice! Do a little research and explore the GDP and Leading Economic Indicators for the last 2 years of the previous administration and you’ll see that you are way off the mark.
White collar jobs are leaving this country faster than we can say Enron. Last year India alone got 180,000 white collar jobs and will be getting more... These jobs will never be coming back. How can US employees compete with someone who is willing to do the same job for 10% of the salary? No joke.