Bush is the President of the United States for four more years! 119 replies

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V0rtex

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#111 14 years ago
Panzer - SSu idiot, THERE WILL BE NO DRAFT, sit down and take a breather buddy, there are so many people that are voluntarily enlisting that the need for a draft is far from concievable, and it has been a direct promise from bush and officials several times outright to the public that he has no intentions of a draft, even if it was feesable, but the need for one will not occur, and any chance of one occuring any time within bushs presidency, and even after is not feesable

You keep telling yourself that, buddy. It's time to face facts, America is slowly starting to run low on the resources required to run an effective war i.e. man power. A draft may not be reinstated immediatly, but travel few years down the road and your looking at a very good chance of a draft taking place. I also don't know about you, but I would never trust a politicians promise. I also find it amusing how Bush keeps talking about "uniting America" and helping the people. He promised to do things like that in his innaugaration speech last year and he hasn't done shit. Why would the next four years be any different? Bush may have won the election, but America is the won that lost. Think about that...




Hellknight1993

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#112 14 years ago
Lord DurrellWell it looks like the draft will be back so I guess I see some of you in Iraq and not be able to maKe it home alive to see my half Japanese son.:( I in JROTC too boy i going to a top pick.:(

WTF! YOu got a Half Japanese son!!??? BS! Thats out of it if your only 16! :uhm:




WiseBobo

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#113 14 years ago
V0rtexYou keep telling yourself that, buddy. It's time to face facts, America is slowly starting to run low on the resources required to run an effective war i.e. man power. A draft may not be reinstated immediatly, but travel few years down the road and your looking at a very good chance of a draft taking place. I also don't know about you, but I would never trust a politicians promise. I also find it amusing how Bush keeps talking about "uniting America" and helping the people. He promised to do things like that in his innaugaration speech last year and he hasn't done shit. Why would the next four years be any different? Bush may have won the election, but America is the won that lost. Think about that...

Are you a damn fool? President Bush has said there will not be a draft, Rummy said there is not going to be draft, and Colin Powell said that there is not going to be a draft. Do you know what happened to the draft bill, which was proposed by Democrats, after it entered the house? It was shot down 402-2. Quit qutting your news from the people who blamed Bush for the hurricanes in Florida and open your damn eyes before the loony left takes another victim. THERE WILL BE NO DRAFT. IT WILL NEVER COME TO BE. QUIT BELIEVING IN DEMOCRATIC SCARE TACTICS.




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#114 14 years ago

Well I am glad Bush is back in. Australian and the US can sign off on the free-trade agreement and continue our strong alliance with the US aswell as Britain. There will most likely be US training etc done in Australia. I see Bush's win as a victory on the war on terror and a sense that people want Bush in to finish what he started.




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#115 14 years ago
ScOrPYWell I am glad Bush is back in. Australian and the US can sign off on the free-trade agreement

I rather see that he signs the quote treaty :mad:

and continue our strong alliance with the US aswell as Britain.

but to ignore (the rest of) europe. Bush should listen and talkagain with europe like america used to do.

There will most likely be US training etc done in Australia. I see Bush's win as a victory on the war on terror and a sense that people want Bush in to finish what he started.

Kerry would have continued this war on terror too, just not invade some random country for "freedom" and oil.




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#116 14 years ago

Well it would be good to have strong relations with Europe, provided they took action and did not just 'talk'. Europe needs to toughen up. They should be supportive on the war on terror, not find ways of bashing the US for taking action. And that 'oil' arguments tires me. Im sure if you ask many Iraqis they welcome "Freedom"




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#117 14 years ago

all i can say is:

damn




Lyon

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#118 14 years ago
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#119 14 years ago

glad I Live In Canada !




DavetheFo

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#120 14 years ago

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