George W. Bush

Moron, Maniac, puppet,
Nero, or Bennedict Arnold ?

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      George W. Bush single handedly destroyed America. Bush entered office in one of our most prosperous periods, and took us to collaps within 6 years. Ge started with a huge surplus and ended with a huge deficit. Bush invaded Iraq with a first strike, on a country who was at no war with anyone and no threat to us, a first in our history. Bush raped the Constitution for personal power, and to benefit his rich friends. During the Bush presidency the middle class was destroyed, so the rich could get richer. Bush authorized assinations and torture, in Violation of the Geneva Conventions. Bush authorized, directed and condoned bribery and coercion of individuals and governments to obtain his war ends. Bush authorized illegal wire tapping of American citizens. Bush authorized secret arrests of persons within the United States and elsewhere and denial of the right to public trials. Bush gave Wall Street Investment Bankers a Seven Hundred Billion Dollar bail out.
      Not bad for someone who lost the election of 2000, then stole it.
      Psychiatrists tell us that all serial killers lack the emotions that make us human; it has been evident to us that there is something missing in George W. in terms of his lack of compassion and empathy. a sign of a future serial killer is a child who delights in torturing and killing animals. George W. enjoyed putting firecrackers into frogs, throwing them in the air, and then watching them blow up. Richard Perle, foreign policy adviser: "The first time I met Bush 43 two things became clear. One, he didn't know very much. The other was that he had the confidence to ask questions that revealed he didn't know very much." David Frum, former speechwriter: "Bush had a poor memory for facts and figures. Fire a question at him about the specifics of his administration's policies, and he often appeared uncertain. Nobody would ever enroll him in a quiz show." Laura Bush, spouse: "George is not an overly introspective person. He has good instincts, and he goes with them. He doesn't need to evaluate and reevaluate a decision. He doesn't try to overthink. He likes action." Paul O'Neill, former treasury secretary: "The only way I can describe it is that, well, the President is like a blind man in a roomful of deaf people. There is no discernible connection." A second, more damning aspect of Bush's mind-set is that he doesn't want to know anything in detail, however important. Since college, he has spilled with contempt for knowledge, equating learning with snobbery and making a joke of his own anti-intellectualism. ("[William F. Buckley] wrote a book at Yale; I read one," he quipped at a black-tie event.) By O'Neill's account, Bush could sit through an hourlong presentation about the state of the economy without asking a single question. ("I was bored as hell," the president shot back, ostensibly in jest.) Closely related to this aggressive ignorance is a third feature of Bush's mentality: laziness. Again, this is a lifelong trait. Bush's college grades were mostly Cs (including a 73 in Introduction to the American Political System). At the start of one term, the star of the Yale football team spotted him in the back row during the shopping period for courses. "Hey! George Bush is in this class!" Calvin Hill shouted to his teammates. "This is the one for us!" As governor of Texas, Bush would take a long break in the middle of his short workday for a run followed by a stretch of video golf or computer solitaire. A fourth and final quality of Bush's mind is that it does not think. The president can't tolerate debate about issues. Offered an option, he makes up his mind quickly and never reconsiders. At an elementary school, a child once asked him whether it was hard to make decisions as president. "Most of the decisions come pretty easily for me, to be frank with you." By leaping to conclusions based on what he "believes," Bush avoids contemplating even the most obvious basic contradictions: between his policy of tax cuts and reducing the deficit; between his call for a humble foreign policy based on alliances and his unilateral assertion of American power; between his support for in-vitro fertilization (which destroys embryos) and his opposition to fetal stem-cell research (because it destroys embryos).
      What do you expect ftom the son of a man who conspired to assasinate JFK ?
     

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