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Mephistopheles

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#11 12 years ago

Bush is a puppet master on a string.




MrFancypants Forum Admin

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#12 12 years ago

Please try to put a bit more effort into your threads, simple polls on wether you like someone or not just aren't that great for a discussions.

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dirty deeds

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#13 12 years ago

In all fairness to Bush, he really doesn't deserve the hatred that many on the left keep throwing at him. Comparison's to Hitler and charicaturizations of him as a bafoon really are unnecessary. He has certainly made some mistakes, but instead of trying to find a solution that is practical, most democratic lawmakers are simply "posing for the camera" when it comes to Iraq (the main issue on people's minds). I would rather take the time money and resources now to fix this situation while we're already there, rather than have to go back in 10 years like we had to do in Afghanistan after we helped them beat the Soviets and then left them high and dry.

On a side note When Hillary Clinton says that she will pull the troops out her very first day in office, and Mr. Reid says that the war is lost, my question to them is, why the hell aren't you cutting off the funds now, instead of waiting another 20 months for more troops to die. Isn't it illogical to just sit back and allow people to die when you don't even believe they are serving a purpose. At least Bush thinks they can still win and that's why he's keeping them there. The dems are just playing politics.




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#14 12 years ago

i see your point of the war in iraq and think it is completely valid but putting that aside, he is illiterate, makes bad decsions and is not doing a god job, now i know your thinking "does he have the facts to back it up". He has placed a bad reputation on the US. People from foreign countires do not respect americans even if we are against Bush. Bush does not have the potential and ideas to get america back on track, he has no fresh ideas and keeps getting us more in debt. I think he is not doing what he can to help. He doesnt realize the mess he left behind for our next president to clean up.




InfantryDivision

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#15 12 years ago

Well, in my opinion, I stand neutral. George Bush has been president for 7 years. Along those years he has messed up. He's giving himself a bad reputation and hes letting everyone down. I dont and wont go against him neither will I support for his side. Besides, complaining about the president's efforts now may be critical but he'll be out of the chair in about a year. It doesnt really matter now, only thing that matters is the next president and their role of taking part of the war. Dont you seem tired of hating and complaining to the same guy for 7 years? I am for sure...




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#16 12 years ago

He deserve support simply because he IS president and that in itself deserves respect. I may not agree with all of his choices, but he's not exactly had the sweetest set of terms... the economy was already on the down slump from problems going all the way back to the Great Depression... and our country is paranoid because of terrorist attacks. That does not make for a nice road of roses.




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#17 12 years ago

dirty deeds;3667493In all fairness to Bush, he really doesn't deserve the hatred that many on the left keep throwing at him. Comparison's to Hitler and charicaturizations of him as a bafoon really are unnecessary. He has certainly made some mistakes, but instead of trying to find a solution that is practical, most democratic lawmakers are simply "posing for the camera" when it comes to Iraq (the main issue on people's minds). I would rather take the time money and resources now to fix this situation while we're already there, rather than have to go back in 10 years like we had to do in Afghanistan after we helped them beat the Soviets and then left them high and dry.

On a side note When Hillary Clinton says that she will pull the troops out her very first day in office, and Mr. Reid says that the war is lost, my question to them is, why the hell aren't you cutting off the funds now, instead of waiting another 20 months for more troops to die. Isn't it illogical to just sit back and allow people to die when you don't even believe they are serving a purpose. At least Bush thinks they can still win and that's why he's keeping them there. The dems are just playing politics.

Nice post...

And I say this to Harry Reid, if we lost, then who won?


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Mihail VIP Member

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#18 12 years ago

Deserves nothing but being dragged out to the street and shot, or hung.




Tango Protocol

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#19 12 years ago

sockerdudex;3665978President Bush (in my opinion) is the worst president we have ever had. State your opinion about him.[/quote]

Mephistopheles;3667416Bush is a puppet master on a string.

[quote=Mihail;3667819]Deserves nothing but being dragged out to the street and shot, or hung.

Don't any of you all think for one second that I will not lock this thread. Not only is President Bush my commander in chief but he is the president of any Americans on this forum. With this comes major task of running a country full of mostly ungrateful people.

From this point on if ANY ONE makes an opinion that is blatantly treasonous or lacks evidence (either pro or anti) will be deleted. I will ask all General Discussion Mods to keep an eye on this thread and take such action. This is purely unacceptable for any of you to act like this. Mihail, did you know that if you actually said something like that on american soil you could get in a LOT of trouble for it.

People for God sakes, be patriotic. What really bugs me is that in previous election.. for the most people voted ANTIBUSH versus pro-kerry.

Oh and so you know, Bush makes decisions based on opinions of cabinet members and advisers. So don't think for one second that he does all of this all on his own. The only thing he does on his own is accept blame for the decisions that white house aide help make.

Wake up and smell the napalm.




Deimos

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#20 12 years ago

I usually lurk these topics, but anyways...

'Knippschild'Mihail, did you know that if you actually said something like that on american soil you could get in a LOT of trouble for it.

...Don't mean to give the standard response here, but under the first amendment of the US Constitution, there is the right to freedom of speech (I know Mihail isn't in the US, but you put fort the hypothetical statement of him being on US soil). But don't take it for granted; unless the statement poses a probable cause for violence or something that is illegal, it's fine. If, say, Mihail started talking about time, place, and manner in which Bush should be disposed of, yeah, then he could potentially get himself into some trouble. But simply stating his opinion on what should happen to Bush? Nah.