What Did George W. Bush Do Wrong?

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What Did George W. Bush Do Wrong?

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George Bush left office with either the lowest popularity rating of any President in history, or at the very least, the second lowest.  The last President to be so unpopular was Lyndon B. Johnson who presided over the Vietnam War.

We are at a loss to see what George did all that wrong.  We know the war was a major flub, but it was one huge mistake, and obvious.  But people blame George and the Bush administration for everything.  Bubonic plague, athlete’s foot, Sarah Palin, need we go on?

We don’t see any genuine attacks on George that hold water.  The deregulation attack on Bush is that he didn’t do enough about deregulation enacted by his Democratic predecessors.  Wow, what kind of attack is that?

So, we decided to let the liberals, and whomever else desires to have a go, to get a prize for telling us specifically what George Bush did wrong.  The best answer as chosen by our staff will win a $15 Amazon Gift Certificate!  All for stating your opinion.

Now, there are some rules.

1. No profanity.  Profane language won’t see the light of day.  Your response will be deleted unceremoniously.
2. Use a few brain cells.  Answers like, “Because he was an idiot” don’t cut it, and while we may not filter them out, they won’t win.
3. Decisions by our staff are final and the winner will be announced three weeks from the publication of this article.
4. Keep the topic relevant.  Posts not related to the question will be deleted.
5. State the why.  Answers that say because the economy sucks but then don’t say how Bush was related to the economic problem will not be selected.
6. Have fun.
7. Entrants must be from the United States and provide a valid email address.
8. If you don’t respond to claim your prize within 7 days of our announcement, we will offer it to the next best response.
9. Enter as often as you wish!

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  1. onlybush   February 3, 2009 at 8:21 am

    Deregulating the banks!

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  2. BushStinks   February 3, 2009 at 10:11 am

    War Crimes Obviously. Guantanemo Bay, Torture, Crimes Against Humanity.

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  3. Bush Sucks   February 3, 2009 at 10:25 am

    A better question is: what did Bush do right?

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  4. Dt1   February 3, 2009 at 10:43 am

    Conduct Unbecoming of The Office…Oh,yea,and by the way ,
    war-proffiteering is TREASON,punishable by death.

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  5. ContestWinner   February 3, 2009 at 11:40 am

    This is soooo freakin’ easy.

    The main reason George Bush is so unpopular is because he beat two liberal Democrats in Presidential elections. The Dems thought they had both elections in the bag and lost! Because the liberals are much more vocal in the popularity ratings, Bush took a pounding over time.

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  6. 1984   February 3, 2009 at 12:07 pm

    Debt debt debt. Incompetence, trashing of constitution..ashes to ashes..(9/11, iraq, katrina afghanistan all handled very poorly. PNAC imperial hubris, Plame etc..)
    Countdown: Comment on the Bush Legacy
    http://se.youtube.com/watch?v=4-j1Q0zeHo0

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  7. 1984   February 3, 2009 at 12:09 pm

    Debt debt debt. Incompetence, trashing of constitution..ashes to ashes..(9/11, iraq, katrina afghanistan all handled very poorly. PNAC imperial hubris, Plame etc..)
    Countdown: Comment on the Bush Legacy
    http://.youtube .com /watch ?v=4-j1Q0zeHo0

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  8. JACKFISH   February 3, 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Pres Bush had the audacity to win two elections (yes he did ) while the liberalprogessive whackos thought they were entitled.. The blind hatred started then with a brief respite after 9/11 …..

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  9. Issyguy   February 3, 2009 at 1:59 pm

    Going into Iraq. Going into Iraq without the UN. Going into Iraq without enough troops to secure the country. Not leaving immediately after Saddam was captured (’04). And the BIG ONE. Not replacing Cheney in ’04 for “health” reasons. A “Romney” type substitution probably would have coasted across the finish line in ’08 assuming Bush yanked the troops out of Iraq shortly after the election of ’04.

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  10. CAH   February 3, 2009 at 2:18 pm

    W was the wrong man for the wrong time. His entire thought process revolved around preventing a SECOND massive terrorist attack on US soil. Nothing else though was able to command his attention. A president needs to be able to handle more than one thing during his tenure. Bush lied to drag us into the wrong war(Iraq), revealed a CIA agent, authorized torture, illegal wiretaps, prosecuted two wars poorly and failed to win them 6 years now, mismanaged Katrina and scores of other domestic situations, and look at our economy ala Bush. For a conservative he ran and left huge deficits. Didn’t pay for his wars did he. Then he and Paulson just give the banks $350 billion no strings attached. Some free marketeer! More like profiteer if you ask me. He did not run an effectively managed operation. Aren’t conservatives about GOOD government? Records clearly show Bush was slacking on any kind of oversight in many areas of his charge. He was president and it is disingenuous of conservatives to back pedal and say he shouldn’t be held responsible for these things. That’s the job! He was president but he was too small for the job. Especially in times like these. Maybe less time clearin’ brush and more time presidentin’ would have fit the bill better. But he along with a republican congress and SCOTUS showed us all what havoc conservatives can wreak when left unimpeded and now you’re out!

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  11. lepriapus   February 3, 2009 at 3:25 pm

    There is really not reason to answer this question.

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  12. Victoria   February 3, 2009 at 4:06 pm

    @Bush Sucks *crickets chirping*

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  13. ericmiami   February 3, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    He showed up for the inauguration.

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  14. BushWhacker   February 3, 2009 at 4:13 pm

    Only $15!!?? Geesh. We have a trillion dollar deficit and a trillion dollar stimulus package yet to come and all I get is a measly $15??

    OK, Bush was a lousy president because he made all his decisions based on Oil Interests. Every time he had to make a decision, all he thought about was Oil Oil Oil. Cheney probably influenced this. The Iraq War? Oil. The rebuilding of IRAQ (OIL, Halliburton). Drilling to respond to high oil prices instead of reducing usage.

    OIL OIL OIL OIL OIL.

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  15. Vernon Snodgrass   February 3, 2009 at 8:25 pm

    Letting millions of illegal aliens pour through the southern border while continually lying to the American people by quoting the 1998 figure of “12 to 13 million undocumented workers.”

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  16. Johnny Boy   February 5, 2009 at 12:41 am

    WHAT REALLY CAUSED THE WAR ON IRAQ, AND WHY ARE WE THERE? WHO CAME UP WITH THE IDEA, AND WHEN?

    The first casualty of war is truth.

    After 9/11 and Afghanistan, Bush told us we needed to attack Iraq because they were about to attack us with a variety of Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD), including nuclear bombs. Then he said Iraq helped al Qaeda in the 9/11 attack. Then he said Iraq was harboring terrorists, and needed to be attacked as part of the war on terrorism. On the day we actually attacked Iraq, there was no verified evidence in hand that any of these things were true.

    He later cited many other problems in Iraq that are also the same problems as in a dozen other countries around the world (e.g. brutal leaders or no democracy), but which countries we do not attack.

    But, there was ample proof before the attack that Iraq had no WMD since 1991 (corroborated evidence from 33 different sources, including Iraq’s Foreign Minister and Chief of Intelligence), no Iraq connection to 9/11, and no Iraq terrorists prior to Bush’s attack. All 33 sources told exactly the same story, and they were all later confirmed to be telling the truth.

    There is solid eyewitnessed evidence (see below) that Bush was personally briefed on the true WMD facts before his attack, and in Dec. 2008 Bush admitted in TV interviews that there was “never” any evidence of any Iraq/9/11 connection, nor was there “ever” any evidence that there were any al Qaeda terrorists in Iraq before the attack, and then he commented “(But) so what?” NONE of his stated excuses for attacking Iraq were true — that is the “so what”!

    We also have proof that hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis were killed in Bush’s bombing attack, their country destroyed, and that 4,200 American soldiers are dead. We also have evidence that Bush’s attack killed more Iraqis and Americans then Saddam Hussein was ever accused of killing.

    The big question is what was behind Bush’s attack on Iraq?

    In 2005 six different well known and highly respected authors (and 3 more books in 2008: from 8 different authors in all) independently published books on the results of their extensively researched facts about how we got into the Iraq war. Their quoted eye-witnesses provided documented evidence, in minute detail, that Bush, Cheney, Tenet, and others had manipulated the available intelligence and lied about all of their claims that Iraq was an imminent threat to the US and had WMD that they planned to use against us.

    Their facts (see below) document the neo-conservative’s (neocon’s) 1996 initial plan (Clean Break) to conduct an unprovoked attack on Iraq, including (in 1996!) a phony pretext cover up story for public consumption that Iraq posed a dangerous threat with its (non-existent) WMD, complete with suggested press releases from the President about the phony threat. That same plan included 1) a new policy of preemptive attacks, and 2) getting the US out of the Israeli peace negotiations. When Bush learned of that plan he found he agreed with it; very much so.

    Bush then hired the lead author of that plan, neo-con Richard Perle, as his campaign’s middle-east foreign policy advisor and embraced Perle’s Clean Break plan in 1999. Bush hired the other two neo-con authors (Douglas Feith & David Wurmser) and implemented the first two parts of the Clean Break plan (both in early February, 2001 — 7 months before 9/11), initiated that same coverup pretext propaganda campaign in early 2002, and then attacked Iraq in March, 2003; all with absolutely no verified evidence of any WMDs or imminent threat from them: none; zero..

    All three authors of Clean Break, together with Wolfowitz, were immediately placed into the highest four war policy positions possible within weeks of Bush taking office. Along with Cheney and Rove, this small group of extreme right wing neocons (on the orders of Bush) took control of developing the details of their phoney pretext for unprovoked war as spelled out in their Clean Break plan, and created all the the phony evidence for their war pretext lies that they later fed to the American public (see pages of evidence of those lies below).

    Because of their ideological positions on Iraq, Bush personally picked the ultra neo-conservative superhawks Rumsfeld & Wolfowitz to become respectively the Secretary and the Deputy Secretary of Defense, Perle to become Chairman of the Defense Policy Board (hiring an all-necon staff anxious for battle), Feith was appointed to the highest policy position in the Pentagon, Undersecretary of Defense for Policy, Wursmer to become Cheney’s top Middle East advisor, and later Rice as Secretary of State.

    Rice, then National Security Advisor, had earlier chaired and directed the January 30, 2001 National Security Council meeting at which the primary agenda was to focus on Iraq as a target and formally adopt parts of Clean Break. By February 2001, one month after Bush took office and 7 months before 9/11, the Pentagon had been completely taken over by neocons and they began to prepare for their future unprovoked attack on Iraq. Attendees and witnesses to those facts at that Jan. meeting were Colin Powell and Paul O’Neil, then Sec. of State and Sec. of the Treasury respectively.

    All of these Bush hand picked people (except Rice), including Cheney, are on the public record from the 1990s as vigorously advocating an unprovoked attack (a war crime) on Iraq. In the late 1990s Perle, Feith, and Cheney all served together on the board of advisors of the neocon-dominated Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs.

    By 2004 the FBI had uncovered substantial evidence that Feith was spying for Israel. But with the neocons in charge of National Security and the Attorney General, Feith was never formally charged. Amazingly “..Feith was fired from a job in the National Security Council early in the Regan years for leaking classified information to Israel” (Bamford, pg. 404).(A Pretext for War, Bamford, pgs. 160-74, 283-331, 317-331, 367-377, 400-423, Hubris, Isikoff & Corn, pgs. 27-65, 208-22, Greatest Story Ever Sold, Rich, pgs. 184-198, 217, and Hoodwinked, Prados, pgs. 185-95, and Project For The New American Century, and Neo-conservative, Google).

    The neocon ideology was driving Bush’s desire to attack Iraq. Cheney later explained that Iraq had the ability to develop WMD and the interest in using them, and that was reason enough to attack them. Of course the same could be said for Iran, Russia, China, and North Korea, but we did not attack them.

    Please Note These Crucial Legal Facts:

    What all of the above 2005 authors, the news media, law enforcement, and Congress did not and have never pointed out is the fact that under US criminal law, any knowing lie or creation of a false impression that causes harm to even one single person is by legal definition felony criminal fraud, and that causing the knowing preplanned unprovoked death of even one single innocent person is, by legal definition, premeditated murder.

    If the president of the US 1) willfully and deliberately pre-plans and executes a massive international CRIMINAL FRAUD lying campaign (as a pre-planned false cover story for a pre-planned unprovoked war) that knowingly and falsely states that another country has WMD and is about to use them against us, 2) knows that if he were to attack that country that his attack would kill thousands of innocent women and children and at least hundreds of US military, 3) and then knowingly attacks that innocent country and kills those thousands of innocent people based solely upon his lies, 4) then his pre-planned unprovoked attack becomes his premeditated MURDER of ALL people killed as the result of his criminal fraud war (per the Felony Murder Doctrine).

    BushCrimes.net connects the dots of Bush’s actions described in those books with the specific language of criminal law as applied to his actions against Iraq. That simple comparison clearly proves that Bush et al’s pre-planning of the unprovoked war in 1999, and that plan’s coverup lying campaign, made that lying campaign, the actual attack, and all the killing and destruction a massive horrible premeditated crime.

    Bush’s fraudulent lies that caused acts of harm and death are what makes Iraq a crime; and Bush a criminal! Read the following proofs of those facts:

    One of the more recent authors, the greatly experienced former LA County Deputy DA (prosecuter of Charles Manson) Vincent Bugliosi (The Prosecution Of GW Bush For Murder, pgs. 100-154), cites strong legal evidence that Bush knew full well that Iraq had no WMD before the war, and lied about it to gain approval for the attack.

    Bugliosi explains his legal reasoning in depth, and calls for the charge of first degree murder to be made, investigated, and prosecuted against GW Bush for the murder of the 4,200 Americans killed in Iraq.

    Pulitzer Prize-winning Author Ron Suskind’s new book (The Way Of The World , pgs. 171-96, 369-86) cites hard evidence from former CIA Paris Station Chief Bill Murray that the last Foreign Minister of Iraq, Naji Sabri, (working first for the French then the CIA) told us (pre-attack) that there were not and had not been any Iraqi WMD since 1991. Suskind has hours of tape from his interviews of all of his sources. There are two congressional investigation hearings about to begin on his accusations (Wash. Post, August 23, 2008, pg. 3, Warrick).

    Suskind writes further that, according to the former 30 year career head of Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service, Sir Richard Dearlove, one of his agents Michael Shipster said that the last head of Iraqi Intelligence, Tahir J. Habbush (then as a paid CIA asset), before the attack told us the exact same thing as Foreign Minister Sabri: no WMD in Iraq since 1991.

    Bush was immediately and personally briefed on this new no-WMD intelligence by the CIA, “(the intelligence was) Passed instantly, at the very highest levels.” (pg. 184). Habbush was later paid $5 million in hush money by Bush, after being secretly resettled in Jordan by the CIA.

    Knowing that his own life was not on the line if he did attack, but that his Clean Break attack plan was dead if he didn’t, Bush’s immediate reaction to this new hard intelligence was: “F__k it. We’re going in (anyway).”With that comment of complete disregard of the critical relevance of the true facts, Bush signed the death warrant for over 4,200 Americans and ultimately almost 1.5 million innocent Iraqis. Bush buried the Habbush report, and committed murder in the process of ignoring it. Bush later said that he would have attacked Iraq even if they had no WMD.

    Both high level Iraqi officials gave us the same exact information that all 31 other sources told us pre-war. All were equally ignored by Bush, because he had made his plan to attack Iraq back in 1999 and had started to execute that plan his first few days in office.

    Although he told us (ignored by Bush) pre-attack that he had no WMD, Hussein kept relatively quiet about this no-WMD fact because 1) he did not believe we would actually attack him since he knew there was factually no reason to, and 2) he ruled by intimidation and was concerned that the public absense of any WMD might encourage attacks from either his neighbors or his own people.

    If you will recall at the time in late 2002, before the war, Bush et al were touting the many dangers from Iraq in the form of aluminum tubes (standard rocket launcher artillery tubes) used for “nuclear” bombs, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) (non-existent bomb capacity according to US Air Force) that could be launched from ships and bomb the US with biological weapons, Iraq attempts to buy uranium yellocake from Niger (a forgery warned in advance by German intelligence), and all sorts of dire warnings from the convicted bank embezzler Chalabi ($200 million in Jordan), the expatriate from Iraq who was being promoted by all of Bush’s neocons, including Rumsfeld and Cheney, to be the post war head of Iraq, and they paid $millions to Chalabi to produce phony pro war reports.

    One of Chalabi’s con men was the source of the “evidence” of mobile biological labs, which source had been declared a fabricator over two years earlier by the CIA. But Powell had been assured by Tenet that the mobile labs existed. And all this time Judith Miller of the New York Times was writing favorable front page stories about all the intelligence help Chalabi was providing on WMD — propaganda provided straight from the White House!

    According to Bamford (pg 325), the way pro-war propaganda was stage managed was as follows: “First OSP (Pentagon’s Office of Special Plans, Feith in charge) supplies false or exagerated intelligence; then members of WHIG (White House Iraq Group, out of Cheney’s office, chaired by Rove) leak it to friendly reporters, complete with prepackaged vivid imagery; finally, when the story breaks, senior officials point to it as proof and parrot the unnamed quotes they or their colleagues previously supplied.”

    All of these daily publicised claimed threats from Iraq were promoted to the UN by Colin Powell as the reason to attack Iraq. All of those Bush manufactured fictitious threats were proven to be outright lies; swallowed hook, line, and sinker by half of all Americans, virtually all of the uninvestigative, asleep-at-the-switch media, and most of congress and the UN (see below). At the CIA, one high level manager told a staff meeting of about 50 analysts that “if Bush wants to go to war, its your job to give him a reason to do so…” (Pretext For War, Bamford, pgs 318-77).

    Cheney had spent a lot of time at CIA headquarters, desperately walking the hallways of the analysts, pressuring them to find something “Nuclear” about Iraq. They found nothing because there was nothing to find. Because the Niger”yellowcake” forgery required insider knowledge and access, money, and motivation, it fit all the characteristics of a botched CIA operation; most probably ordered by Cheney himself (who else had both adequate authority and resources to carry it out and anything to gain from such an operation?) in a panicked attempt to uncover some backing for their phony pretext for war (Pretext For War, Bamford, pgs. 294-319).

    Interestingly, while Bush co-collaborators in criminal fraud and murder re Iraq — M. Gerson and D. Feith — are now regular opinion editor and contributing columnist respectively (strictly pro-Bush conservative viewpoint) for the Washington Post, the Post has never published one single investigative report or opinion piece about those horrendous world shaking crimes of Bush, with the sole exception of a brief neutral comment about Bugliosi’s testimony to congress about the subject of his book The Prosecution of GW Bush For Murder. The Post seems to have no interest in the true criminal facts being published: only the pro-war side.

    Gerson is infamous for writing the pro-war propaganda talking point phrase “..we don’t want the smoking gun to be a (an Iraqi) mushroom cloud.” Gerson was Bush’s chief speech writer at the time.

    In yet another Suskind revelation, he writes that in late 2002, still before the attack, Tenet returns from a meeting at the White House and tells Rob Richer, a 30 year CIA veteran in a high level CIA position (now retired and a major government intelligence contractor), that they have been ordered (on distinctive cream colored White House stationary) to prepare a fake letter (with a draft attached) on Iraqi official stationary from Habbush to Saddam, backdated to a couple months before 9/11: the CIA ordered by the White House, in writing, to commit a crime!

    The fake letter was to say that the 9/11 ringleader, Mohammed Atta, had trained for his mission in Iraq, together with some vague references to fake past al Qaeda cooperation on Niger yellowcake uranium for Iraq. Habbush was to transcribe the fake letter in his own handwriting, to make it look real. The CIA was then to take the letter to Bagdad and arrange for its release to the media. Richer said “This was creating a deception”; an impeachable offense. The plan worked perfectly. The world press ran with the story and Bush et al (the creators of the fake letter) hailed it as more proof of the need to attack Iraq.

    According to Suskind, John Maguire, a top level CIA veteran who routinely represented the CIA in meetings with Bush and Cheney, and who was aware of the fake letter, had previously been in a large interagency meeting run by Rumsfeld in which Rumsfeld had kicked out the representatives from the CIA and the State Dept. because they did not agree with him about Iraq.

    Maguire later said “Incredible arrogance, in the face of the facts and reality, from start to finish, and even making us create fabrications like the Habbush letter”. Richer said “It’s called lying”. Note: several of Suskind’s sources (now either active CIA or government contractors faced with loss of contracts by Bush if they do not deny the accusations) have since denied their taped interviews, but may soon need to explain under oath the discrepancy between their hours of taped words and their current brief denial of them.

    If even just two of Suskind’s sources tells the truth under oath in a congresional hearing, that will unlock the whole flood of evidence of Bush’s criminality in Iraq. That in turn will expose the intentional and criminal accessory-after-the-fact and obstruction-of-justice behavior of hundreds of the news media, congress, government employees, and law enforcement persons who have been knowingly silent since most of these criminal facts first became public knowledge in mid 2005, hoping that this would all blow over soon.

    After learning the true criminal facts about Bush, key Democratic congressional leaders in the House of Represetatives (Pelosi et al) have caused themselves to become accessories-after-the-fact for deliberately not permitting any criminal testimony about Bush’s crimes (their ground rules for testimony did not allow it) during the July 2008 House Judiciary Hearings on Bush’s abuse of power, and for ignoring hard criminal evidence such as provided by former prosecutor Bugliosi (The Prosecution of GW Bush For Murder) and others such as this site, and deliberately refusing to investigate Bush’s Iraq crimes.

    They all simply lacked the political and financial guts to tell and act upon what they knew to be the criminal truth about Bush. Under the law on accessories-after-the-fact, they are equally as guilty as Bush et al, and subject to the same punishment for felony criminal fraud and murder: whether Bush is eventually pardoned or not. The longer they wait the worse it will be for them, because their names will all come out in the end. This widespread criminal coverup of Bush’s brutal crimes is a national disgrace.

    Deliberately lying about the knowingly false need for the attack on Iraq by the same decision makers who ordered the attack causes that war to be both 1) a war crime (Crime Against Peace) and illegal, and, 2) by the Felony Murder Doctrine, all the resulting deaths to be premeditated murder (see Google Wickipedia for above legal definitions, and both there and below for legal definitions of accessory after the fact and obstruction of justice).

    The harm done was the almost 1.5 million innocent Iraq civilians dead (mostly women and children) and over a million more wounded, the 4,200 Americans killed and 30,000 more tragically wounded and inadequately cared for, plus over 390,000 more Americans pschologically wounded, a nation destroyed, and 2 million Iraqis left without jobs or homes and forced to flee the country.

    During Bush’s initial unprovoked bombing attack tens of thousands of small Iraqi children were torn apart or crushed in their rooms from flying debris, thousands of babies ripped full of holes or crushed to death while they slept or played; all in excruciating pain! Anyone caught outside was ripped apart by sharp edged cluster bomb flechettes raining down indescriminately in residential areas at one per second for 3 straight days and nights.

    Tens of thousands of whole extended families — husbands, wives, children, parents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, and grandparents — were slaughtered or terminally suffering and dying in collapsing homes: over 400,000 killed all together, and hundreds of thousands more critically wounded with little or no medical help available. Very painfull experiences for them. In addition, civilian workers at the city morgue in Bagdad estimate that another 1 million civilians were murdered in the civil war caused by Bush’s unprovoked attack.

    According to the Felony Murder Doctrine, while Bush “only” intended to knowingly and deliberately kill a few thousand Iraqi civilians and a few hundred Americans (pre-war military estimates of expected war casualties), he is responsible for all deaths related to his war as well: almost 1.5 million Iraqis and 4,200 Americans people murdered by Bush altogether!

    News of all of these tragic casualties was censored by Bush. He ordered these morbid facts to be kept from public view, just like pictures of the returning coffins. These negative facts spoiled their desired positive image and public celebrations of their bombing raids (massacre of innocent civilians) (Lancet: Iraqi Dead May Total 800,000, Intl. Herald Tribune, Oct. 11, 2006).

    Precision bombing was often off by city blocks. And when it was right on, it quite often totally destroyed immediately adjacent residential buildings. At least as many innocent civilians (and possibly twice as many) were indicriminately murdered by Bush in 3 days in Iraq than in Darfur over several years. And the international criminal court just issued an arrest warrent for the President of Sudan for causing the mass murder of several hundred thousand people in Darfur.

    Vincent Bugliosi won 104 out of 105 felony cases, 21 of them for murder with no losses. Bugliosi had previously written the true crime bestseller Helter Skelter (the Manson case), among others. His legal peers say “Bugliosi is as good a prosecutor as there ever was”. “He’s the best”. “The quintessential prosecutor”.

    In Bugliosi’s new book (The Prosecution Of GW Bush For Murder) he says that the US Attorney General and every state Attorney General and local District Attorney has a very strong first degree murder case against Bush et al for the death of all the soldiers from their juristriction who were killed in Iraq (under the law they (and Obama) each have a legal requirement to either prosecute Bush or face personal charges for Obstruction of Justice).

    Military Families With Dead Or Wounded in Iraq, Please Note: Relatives of Soldiers who died in Iraq, or soldiers who were seriously wounded in Iraq; regardless of whatever happens on the criminal side of this issue, you have a strong legal case against Bush et al for civil and punitive damages for your losses. Contact an experienced attorney and see if they will take on a civil class action lawsuit against the very rich Bush et al group (probably worth at least $250M). Contact other military families in your position to tell them the same.

    If you know any military families who have Iraq dead or wounded sons, fathers, or husbands, please pass a link to this site along to them. Money can not return their relatives whole, but it can help ease their pain of loss.

    Also contact your state attorney general and local district attorney and tell them they have a legal obligation to file criminal charges against Bush et al for felony criminal fraud and premeditated murder regarding all the military people in his juristiction that were murdered by Bush in Iraq, or face personal obstruction of justice charges. You can ask them and your new attorney to read this site for the reasons why.

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  17. sregor   February 5, 2009 at 1:47 pm

    -Lying to Congress and the American people about 9-11 warnings.
    -Lying to the world about the case for war.
    -Maniupulating intelligence on WMD.
    -Ordering rendition, torture and illegal detention.
    -Ordering warrantless wiretapping and surveilance of US citizens.
    -Politization of the Justice Deptartment.
    -Passing law to protect themselves from prosecution.
    -Denying the constitutional powers of oversight by ordering administration officials to ignore subpoenas.
    -Unconcionable use of signing statements to fit misguided ideology.
    -Misuse of executive privilege.

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  18. Clarence Rutherford   February 6, 2009 at 7:45 pm

    Do the payoffs he channelled from China through Uncle Prescott Bush, and from Mexico through Nephew George P. Bush count? Or do Bushites consider that “free trade?”

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  19. SuziQQ   February 8, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    He didn’t get it. When Democrats cheat on their taxes, it’s just an honest mistake. When Barney and Chris fought regulation on Fannie and Freddie, it was just their doing the peoples’ business. When Obama says he’s not going to allow lobbiests to run his administration and then grants exemptions to one and all, it was just necessary. George Bush, he didn’t get it – because he was more concerned with doing right by the people then doing right for his party or himself.

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  20. Politicus   February 10, 2009 at 12:36 am

    Lets add up the very dubious “achievements” of the last eight years.

    First: The stolen election of 2000, which started it all.

    Second: The attacks of September 11, 2001.

    Third: The approval of the Patriot Act and its effects on our democratic system, including the creation of the all-encompassing Department of Homeland Security, illegal wiretapping and domestic spying, the firing of U.S. Attorneys, Dick Cheney’s Energy Task Force, creation of a police state and an atmosphere of overall paranoia and so forth, and so on.

    Fourth: The push towards the invasion of Iraq, along with totally untrue “justifications”, such as the presence of weapons of mass destruction, al-Qaida being centered in Iraq and the “urgent” need to depose Saddam, etc, etc.

    Fifth: The inept and I mean INEPT attempts at nation building, which of course – besides the actual conquest of Iraq – have caused the longest-lasting war in U.S. history and have cost the lives of approximately one million men, women and children and over 4,000 American soldiers, with tens of thousands of young men and women being crippled for life.

    Sixth: The total monetary cost of this artificially created conflict is estimated to be in the trillions of dollars and counting. Making certain specific, but often not even specified corporations very, very rich in the process – with U.S. taxpayer’s money, of course.

    Seventh: Causing the United States to slide from a position of a beacon of freedom to most of the world, to a universally despised entity, which allows and in fact employs torture, extraordinary rendition, secret prisons and all kinds of nasty methods, formerly the domain of the most unsavory of regimes.

    Eight: The deregulation of all kinds of industries, including the airlines and of course, the financial (read: debt repackaging mills) sector.

    Ninth: The creation of the largest national debt and government deficit in the history of the known world. As a matter of fact, the debt clock on Wall Street – which has been switched off during the Clinton administration, because it wasn’t needed – was turned off again, this time, because they run out of digits….Yes, folks. Our national debt now totals some $56 trillion. That’s about $480,000 for every household in the U.S. Isn’t it amazing that we had a surplus under the philanderer Clinton and a totally crippling debt under the teetotaler Bush?

    Tenth: Becoming an economic cripple, with foreign creditors holding huge chunks of whatever real wealth remains in the U.S.

    Eleventh: Not producing very much of anything any longer, allowing other countries to take the technological lead in many areas, allowing our infrastructure to crumble (besides the anti-terrorist barriers in front of government buildings), having an educational system that continues to produce illiterate adults, who often have no idea what lies beyond the borders of their counties and spend an incredible amount of time watching the moronic offerings of the television industry. And lets not forget the government’s peerless performance during and after Hurricane Katrina.

    Twelfth: And this is the crowning, but not surprising touch of the last eight years: The seeming collapse of the debt repackaging mills, which George W. Bush had the gall to call “our financial system” and of course, another super urgent call to bail it out at a cost of another $700 billion, to a trillion dollars of taxpayer’s money. This, after bailing out Bear Stearns, Fannie May, Freddie Mack, AIG and others.

    I will leave the 13th point out of this discussion, as we all fervently hope that it won’t be needed and that point number 12 is the last serious point of damage that the present occupant of the White House and his corporate masters will cause to all of us.

    In closing, allow me to congratulate all of those who have re-elected Bush in 2004!

    The whole article can be found at http://www.politicus.us/2008/10/01/and-we-thought-that-they-could-not-cause-any-more-damage%E2%80%A6/#more-342

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  21. Clarence Rutherford   February 11, 2009 at 1:14 am

    Subordinating himself and the good of the country to the wishes of Vincente Fox.

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  22. skwguitar   February 11, 2009 at 3:02 am

    Go figure it takes a libertarian to tell these people what bush actually did wrong about the economy. I know the contest is over but… I just had to say it.

    He abandoned the time-honored conservative belief of small government, instead opting for a neo-conservative approach of large spending. Deregulation played its role, no doubt, but not before Bush allowed the Federal Reserve (who technically have no regulation anyways) to artificially lower interest rates, causing the housing bubble to rise. To Bush’s credit he tried to help out home-owners… but he didn’t try all that hard. And we ended up with a whole slew of catastrophic effects that lead us to where we are now economically. The other thing Bush did when the crap hit the fan right before he left office was… well, nothing. There’s no doubt in my mind Bush had nothing to do with that T.A.R.P. bailout he just approved it after Bernanke and Hank Paulsen told him to do it. But his inaction allowed us to get where we are. Overall, I think that’s my main beef with Bush. He’s not a very good leader… often times he had that deer in the headlights look when something happened that required his leadership.

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  23. O.C. Search Consulting   February 16, 2009 at 6:23 pm

    Simple, he neglected the economy and spent, spent, spent…

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  24. A person !!!!!!!!!!!!   February 19, 2009 at 5:03 pm

    I really do NOT like george bush at all! he was killing animals in the artic, by dumping oil!!!!!!!!!

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  25. leslie   February 20, 2009 at 4:58 pm

    Spending like a democrate
    Surrounding himself with totally incompetent people Rumsfeld, FEMA
    Asleep at the wheel concerning wallstreet and banking
    Totally alienating himself from the American people
    Totally screwing the GOP

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  26. Andrew Yu-Jen Wang   March 3, 2009 at 6:32 pm

    Speaking of George W. Bush:

    George W. Bush committed hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism (indicated in my blog).

    George W. Bush did in fact commit innumerable hate crimes.

    And I do solemnly swear by Almighty God that George W. Bush committed other hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism which I am not at liberty to mention.

    Many people know what Bush did.

    And many people will know what Bush did—even to the end of the world.

    Bush was absolute evil.

    Bush is now like a fugitive from justice.

    Bush is a psychological prisoner.

    Bush has a lot to worry about.

    Bush can technically be prosecuted for hate crimes at any time.

    In any case, Bush will go down in history in infamy.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

    “GEORGE W. BUSH IS THE WORST PRESIDENT IN U.S. HISTORY” BLOG OF ANDREW YU-JEN WANG
    ______________________
    I am not sure where I had read it before, but anyway, it is a linguistically excellent statement, and it goes kind of like this: “If only it were possible to ban invention that bottled up memory so it never got stale and faded.” Oh wait—off the top of my head—I think the quotation came from my Lower Merion High School yearbook.

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  27. Andrew Yu-Jen Wang   March 4, 2009 at 8:57 pm

    Speaking of George W. Bush:

    George W. Bush committed hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism (indicated in my blog).

    George W. Bush did in fact commit innumerable hate crimes.

    And I do solemnly swear by Almighty God that George W. Bush committed other hate crimes of epic proportions and with the stench of terrorism which I am not at liberty to mention.

    Many people know what Bush did.

    And many people will know what Bush did—even to the end of the world.

    Bush was absolute evil.

    Bush is now like a fugitive from justice.

    Bush is a psychological prisoner.

    Bush has a lot to worry about.

    Bush can technically be prosecuted for hate crimes at any time.

    In any case, Bush will go down in history in infamy.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

    “GEORGE W. BUSH IS THE WORST PRESIDENT IN U.S. HISTORY” BLOG OF ANDREW YU-JEN WANG
    ______________________
    I am not sure where I had read it before, but anyway, it is a linguistically excellent statement, and it goes kind of like this: “If only it were possible to ban invention that bottled up memories so they never got stale and faded.” Oh wait—off the top of my head—I think the quotation came from my Lower Merion High School yearbook.

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  28. OTIS   March 24, 2009 at 9:23 am

    George W. Bush was the greatest president ever. He did many good things during his eight years as president.

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    • jane doe   August 2, 2009 at 8:44 pm

      i dont know how you can sit there and say that gwb was the greatest when in fact he was one of the worst most screwed up pres that ever walked on the face of this earth otis your one screwed up dude to say that he was the best.

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    • Linda L Semke   August 6, 2009 at 4:45 pm

      That is the most hilarious thing I have read in years. Are you stupid or what? Name one good thing he did.

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    • Andy   November 21, 2009 at 11:46 am

      Hey Ottis what have you been doing since you left Mayberry, smoking pot?

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  29. Troy   April 16, 2009 at 12:53 am

    Well Obama is taking us down the same path except he did it in a month.@Politicus

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    • Ike   September 30, 2009 at 8:42 am

      Troy, you win for the dumbest comment I’ve ever heard!

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  30. Troy   April 16, 2009 at 12:55 am

    Seems a lot to blame one man for. There are a lot of democrats in congress who helped along the way.@sregor

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  31. b o double b   June 3, 2009 at 8:55 am

    your dumb. he was the worst. start a war for no reason. psh.@OTIS

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  32. Janet   June 3, 2009 at 4:42 pm

    Wouldn’t it just be easier to list the things he did right? We wouldn’t have to write as much; there are NONE! As second Bush was inaugurated as president everything our past presidents have worked hard to maintain was destroyed. He left us with nothing but a broken America; physically and emotionally. All those lives lost are something we’re never going to get back; he can’t replace them! FOR THE LOVE OF GOD PEOPLE look up the footage of 9/11 and then tell yourselves that Bush was a good president, the terrorists weren’t against us, they were against Bush; he represented our country and just look at what happened, look at the way the world thought of us! . . .All those lives! All those innocent people!

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  33. Cowboyforever   July 24, 2009 at 12:32 am

    First Bush was not elected the courts gave him the White House.
    So instead of elected he was selected by the court.
    From there is was all down hill and look where we ended up.

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  34. Hal   July 25, 2009 at 6:10 am

    Obama will save America! F–k the brain dead conservatives! Obama is a realist, he’s for a modern America. Thankfully Obama’s an atheist! It’s about time we’ve got a president with brains in his head. 200+ years and presidents with no brains! Obama is a breath of fresh air, he will, give him time to sew up Bush’s errors, and America will be the healthiest it’s ever been; yes it will, just know it. Imagine America with NO MORE RELIGION!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! God is finally DEAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you OBAMA! Science will take over where churches have f–ked too many VERY stupid conservatives who believe in spaghetti moon monsters keeping tabs on them! ATHEIST UNITE! HIP, HIP HORRAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (edited for general viewing)

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  35. Nick   August 28, 2009 at 2:07 am

    LOL, how’s that Obama working out for us so far? LMAO So much for change

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  36. Brian Haskins   September 23, 2009 at 12:13 pm

    What DID George W. Bush do wrong? Are you kidding me? Within days of 9/11/01 and the terrorist attacks George W. Bush addressed the nation and made it clear that America would “find and punish those terrorists responsible for the terrorist attacks.” It is a well known fact that Osama Bin Laden was directly behind these attacks, HE funded them and HE supported them…HIS money trained the terrorists.
    Bush had 7 YEARS TO GO AFTER BIN LADEN AND CAPTURE HIM. BUSH WAFFLED.
    Bush failed to secure the terrorist known as Osama Bin Laden. Why?? Because instead of heading to Afghanistan, the last known location of Bin Laden, and focusing on capturing Bin Laden, Bush WAFFLED and America went to Iraq because of some WMD that didn’t exist. Sure, Saddam Hussein was toppled, but all that happened in Iraq is NOT as important as capturing Osama Bin Laden. Now the Taliban can rebuild under the leadership of Bin Laden and most likely KILL MORE INNOCENT AMERICANS. What did George W. Bush do wrong. ARE YOU KIDDING?

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  37. SJF   October 5, 2009 at 7:52 am

    Just to name a few….George Bush increased the national debt from 5 Trillion to 11 Trillion dollars in 8 years, more than any administration, basically bankrupting the treasury and adding a tax burden of gigantic proportions to future children. Did business with Salem Bin Laden and other Bin Ladens. During the grounding of all air craft just after sept 11, while mothers and fathers and anyone were stranded throughout the u.s., he orchestrated the private and comforable escort of all Bin LAdens out of the U.S. He allowed the pull out of Afganistan just when Osama was cornered and began a war in Iraq without U.N. approval, a war that most any idiot would know there is no solution to as Sunnis and Shiites will never get along and just as BRitain could not bring peace there, nor could anyone but a dictatorship. He and the administration led americans to belive that Saddam H. was responsible for 9/11. First president in U.S. history to have the United Nations remove the U.S. from the human rights commission. First president in U.S. history to have the United Nations remove the U.S. from the elections monitoring board. Spent the surplus and bankrupted the treasury. Shattered record for biggest annual deficit in history. First president in U.S. history to enter office with a criminal record. First year in office set the all-time record for most days on vacation by any president in U.S. history. First president in U.S. history to enter office with a criminal record. First year in office set the all-time record for most days on vacation by any president in U.S. history. First president in U.S. history to enter office with a criminal record. First year in office set the all-time record for most days on vacation by any president in U.S. history. Set the all-time record for biggest annual budget spending increases, more than any president in U.S. history. Set all-time record for number of administration appointees who violated U.S. law by not selling huge investments in corporations bidding for government contracts.
    There is more…should I continue? Let the facts speak for themselves. George Bush did not work….

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  38. matt   October 13, 2009 at 6:33 pm

    what did obama do??? he didnt start a war on a country who never did anything to america!!! bush should be on trial!!! like a gangster in the streets who kills a family, a dad, mom, and the little kids, Bush should pay for that. Im a christian and he felt God guided his decison making in the war too, would jesus ever be so inhumain??? NEVER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!@Troy

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  39. c larock hip hop records producer   October 19, 2009 at 6:06 am

    you know we have to stop pointing at things bush did wong and move on and lets as a people help obama get this country back on a roll.

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  40. Politicus   November 1, 2009 at 9:51 pm

    First: The stolen election of 2000, which started it all.

    Second: The attacks of September 11, 2001.

    Third: The approval of the Patriot Act and its effects on our democratic system, including the creation of the all-encompassing Department of Homeland Security, illegal wiretapping and domestic spying, the firing of U.S. Attorneys, Dick Cheney’s Energy Task Force, creation of a police state and an atmosphere of overall paranoia and so forth, and so on.

    Fourth: The push towards the invasion of Iraq, along with totally untrue “justifications”, such as the presence of weapons of mass destruction, al-Qaida being centered in Iraq and the “urgent” need to depose Saddam, etc, etc.

    Fifth: The inept and I mean INEPT attempts at nation building, which of course – besides the actual conquest of Iraq – have caused the longest-lasting war in U.S. history and have cost the lives of approximately one million men, women and children and over 4,000 American soldiers, with tens of thousands of young men and women being crippled for life.

    Sixth: The total monetary cost of this artificially created conflict is estimated to be in the trillions of dollars and counting. Making certain specific, but often not even specified corporations very, very rich in the process – with U.S. taxpayer’s money, of course.

    Seventh: Causing the United States to slide from a position of a beacon of freedom to most of the world, to a universally despised entity, which allows and in fact employs torture, extraordinary rendition, secret prisons and all kinds of nasty methods, formerly the domain of the most unsavory of regimes.

    Eight: The deregulation of all kinds of industries, including the airlines and of course, the financial (read: debt repackaging mills) sector.

    Ninth: The creation of the largest national debt and government deficit in the history of the known world. As a matter of fact, the debt clock on Wall Street – which has been switched off during the Clinton administration, because it wasn’t needed – was turned off again, this time, because they run out of digits….Yes, folks. Our national debt now totals some $56 trillion. That’s about $480,000 for every household in the U.S. Isn’t it amazing that we had a surplus under the philanderer Clinton and a totally crippling debt under the teetotaler Bush?

    Tenth: Becoming an economic cripple, with foreign creditors holding huge chunks of whatever real wealth remains in the U.S.

    Eleventh: Not producing very much of anything any longer, allowing other countries to take the technological lead in many areas, allowing our infrastructure to crumble (besides the anti-terrorist barriers in front of government buildings), having an educational system that continues to produce illiterate adults, who often have no idea what lies beyond the borders of their counties and spend an incredible amount of time watching the moronic offerings of the television industry. And lets not forget the government’s peerless performance during and after Hurricane Katrina.

    Twelfth: And this is the crowning, but not surprising touch of the last eight years: The seeming collapse of the debt repackaging mills, which George W. Bush had the gall to call “our financial system” and of course, another super urgent call to bail it out at a cost of another $700 billion, to a trillion dollars of taxpayer’s money. This, after bailing out Bear Stearns, Fannie May, Freddie Mack, AIG and others.

    I will leave the 13th point out of this discussion, as we all fervently hope that it won’t be needed and that point number 12 is the last serious point of damage that the present occupant of the White House and his corporate masters will cause to all of us.

    In closing, allow me to congratulate all of those who have re-elected Bush in 2004!

    You can read the whole article at http://www.politicus.us/page/13/?s=bush

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  41. Andy   November 21, 2009 at 11:50 am

    Hey Ottis what have you been doing since leaving the show? Sure hasn’t been
    Following the news!

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  42. David   December 16, 2009 at 1:54 am

    “Polotics” Almost ALL of your points made can be argued and therefor are VOID.

    1. Proof that it was stolen.
    2. I don’t know what the hell you’re talking about here.
    3. Would you like to see more families killed from mindless terrorists? Go ahead government, tap my phones, read my e-mails, I don’t mind. As long as it prevents another 9/11 from happening.
    4. We had needs and causes to invade Iraq.
    5. Get your facts straight, barely 100,000 civilian deaths were reported from the Iraq war. VOID. When a person joins the Army they should know the consequences and should be damn proud to serve your country.
    6. Proof!
    7. Like I said, you want another 9/11 to happen? I agree that torture is wrong but we have damn good reasons.
    9. Again, GET YOUR DAMN FACTS STRAIGHT! http://zfacts.com/p/461.html
    Idiot
    11. How is that George Bushes fault? You make no sense whatsoever on this one. Obviously Bush new what’s going on with our dumbass American kids growing into even more dumbass adults. That’s why he created no child left behind. May I remind you that America has the population of 300 million people while China and India are at 1.2 billion and 1 billion. Take a second to think about that.
    12. Corporations run this country. It’s a sad fact but a true one. If they are suffering economic depression, Americas people suffers also. It’s not rocket science, all the bailouts he did were justified.

    In closing I’d like to congratulate you on your egotistic, liberal (moronic) skills. They’ve served you well in presenting real facts and the truth.(sarcasm) Bush suffered 9/11, war, natural disasters, plagues, and many things that any other president doesn’t go through. It’s hard to really tackle this subject because if you would have been in his position at the time, it wouldn’t be the easiest thing in the world to do. You say he should have done this now in present time but a few years ago some of the decisions he made seemed like the right ones.

    What’s done is done, move on and learn from mistakes. That’s all we can do.

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  43. EmilyRoll   October 12, 2010 at 4:53 pm

    @David

    You are an idiot. Politicus is right about everything he mentions.

    1.) There are not only facts that Bush stole the election, but now there are actual documentaries.The vote in Florida was so close that it took a month to declare a winner. Before Florida was declared, Gore led in the Electoral College with 266 votes to Bush’s 246 votes. When Bush was declared the winner of Florida by 537 votes, he picked up 25 Electoral College votes which gave him the Presidency.
    But Bush only won Florida because of poorly designed butterfly ballots that stole votes from Gore, and because his Florida campaign manager Republican Secretary of State Kathleen Harris and Governor Jeb Bush illegally removed 57,700 voters from the rolls. It is estimated that 90% of them were Democratic. So this represent thousands of votes stolen from Al Gore. If this crime had not been commited then Gore would be President.

    2. You don’t understand what the hell is talking about, because clearly you run your mouth and don’t actually know anything when it comes to politics. Sept. 11. 2009 aka. Bush was involved in the attacks. You should watch loose change on youtube or do some research yourself. But i’ll give you a few bullets–

    The Pentagon commissioned an expert panel in 1993 to investigate the possibility of an airplane being used to bomb national landmarks.

    Western intelligence had been aware of plans for such terrorist attacks on U.S. soil as early as 1995. Both the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) had detailed information about the possible use of hijack/suicide attacks by terrorists connected to Osama bin Laden…. this goes on and on and on.

    Seriously all you have to do is research, even on the internet there is government/CIA documentation of proof that the Bush administration was involved with the terrorist attacks. Not to mention how many people actually got rich after the whole scheme.

    I’m a student at the University of Texas- and I wish I had the time to explain to you why I KNOW you have no significant intelligence but, I don’t have the time.

    So I quickly google this website– it has mostly everything you need.

    http://www.netrootsmass.net/hughs-bush-scandals-list/

    -God Bless

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  44. Hank Howard   February 8, 2011 at 12:58 am

    @matt – You have no idea what Jesus would do, may i remind you Jesus and God are one and God ordered the killing of entire Biblical civilizations. Don’t speak for God. Bush was doing what he felt was right at the time, and blaming him for that, and all the other problems that happened during his presidency is what makes people like you hard to listen to because you only see what you want to see, so long as it supports a democratic way of life

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  45. peace   March 9, 2011 at 5:20 pm

    Imagine there’s no heaven
    It’s easy if you try
    No hell below us
    Above us only sky
    Imagine all the people
    Living for today…

    Imagine there’s no countries
    It isn’t hard to do
    Nothing to kill or die for
    And no religion too
    Imagine all the people
    Living life in peace…

    You may say I’m a dreamer
    But I’m not the only one
    I hope someday you’ll join us
    And the world will be as one

    Imagine no possessions
    I wonder if you can
    No need for greed or hunger
    A brotherhood of man
    Imagine all the people
    Sharing all the world…

    You may say I’m a dreamer
    But I’m not the only one
    I hope someday you’ll join us
    And the world will live as one
    -John Lennon
    enough said.

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  46. sdfsdaf   April 5, 2011 at 8:41 pm

    @Hal

    You’re a f***ing idiot. What has Obama done for our country? Helped the economy? NO. Pulled the troops out of Iraq? NO. His idea of america is taking money from the people who earned and giving it to the “poor” who sit on their ass and do nothing.

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  47. Katie   May 26, 2011 at 9:06 am

    @matt – So you say that Bush declared war on a country that never did anything? Hmmmm where were you living on 9/11/01 under a rock? This countries number one goal was to find and destory all terrorists, ALL of them. With out this war we would have never been able to catch Osama Bin Laden or any other terrorist mastermind. You should really check your loyalty and see what country its really to. People like you disgust me, why do you put yourself in his shoes for half a second. Your running your own country and someone attacks it, well thank God your not running this country becasue lord knows you would have just sat there and let it happen again and again because war is bad, and peace this peace that. Peace is something that everyone wants, except those people that HATE America, which is who this country was set out to destroy. Re-think things before you open your mouth.
    -L.K.B

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  48. Cherry Davidson   July 6, 2011 at 1:18 am

    What he did wrong? Staging a war..

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  49. Tony   July 14, 2011 at 7:02 am

    Ummm so John Lennon quoted Jesus, but that magical world John Lennon is talking about is called heaven but it wont happen because satan tricks souls to give into power greed etc etc Read the bible it might help

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  50. jesuschrist   August 4, 2011 at 1:47 am

    @sdfsdaf – Douche bag! You might be too stupid to realize this, but Bush got the economy in the crapper. Obama did the unpopular bailout, but it did help ease some job losses. If he didn’t do that economists predict 14% unemployment. I’m not sure where you get your “facts” but they are complete shit!

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