The Madness Of George W. Bush 30 replies

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#21 15 years ago

The article needs to be summarized. I would read it but that small black text against this white background gives me a headache when I read really long stuff.




Biggus Dickus Advanced Member

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#22 15 years ago

Okay...I think the length of his posts was largely covered so far. Time to post about the topic. Or stay away.




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#23 15 years ago

I like my propaganda in bite sized hunks... Bush is bad, but we lost...the end




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#24 15 years ago

CataphractIn summary, the reaction to the article consists of:

  1. Lazy people who don't like to read, even though I was able to read it in 15 minutes.
  2. Other people who read some of it, and not all of it, and so didn't realize that the author is writing from a psychological standpoint, not a spiritual standpoint.
  3. LIGHTNING (NL), who is the only other person other than myself who read it all the way through.
If you want to criticize it, you need to read it (not just some of it, but all of it). Otherwise, all you can do is keep your mouth shut or complain about how long it is.

Even I don't like reading really long stuff on message boards, because of weird formatting and text styles. If it was me, I'd provide a summary, the key points, and a link to make the reading optional. If you can interest people and let them do it on their own, you'll find people who are more willing to debate.




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#25 15 years ago

ahh too long

why did you post something that long i stoped reading after i saw how long it was and that it was broken into several posts....




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#26 15 years ago
Lazy people who don't like to read, even though I was able to read it in 15 minutes. Other people who read some of it, and not all of it, and so didn't realize that the author is writing from a psychological standpoint, not a spiritual standpoint. LIGHTNING (NL), who is the only other person other than myself who read it all the way through

No, it consists of people who dont give a shit about that. If I post a 5 page ww2 paper would you read it? I guess not.




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#27 15 years ago

What I would recommend to any of you who actually intend to read all of this is to download and perhaps print the document that I have attatched to read when you have some spare time (resulting in sheer boredom). ;)




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#28 15 years ago

I completely agree with that post, and yes i did read all of it. I hate ignorant people who say shit like " Bush is doing the work of God" and stuff like that. It makes me sooo angry how completely brainwashed and ignorant 51% of this country really is. What was not mentioned in that post is how fear makes people more gullable. UH OH the colored terror alert for retards is at level orange, you better watch out when you go to 7/11 in Rabbitkill, Nebraska because terrorist like to target 7/11's. It is made out to seem like Bush is the "Bringer of light, and the Destroyer of Dark", which is what Bush himself probably imagines in his own thick skull. What he has actually done is brought about a greater probability of getting this country in thicker danger. Sure Saddam was a bad man but so are so many other's in the world, Bush says he is killing the terrorist but he will never kill every terrorist or get anywhere close. People say "Well atleast he is trying" trying what, trying to make America a larger fatter target? People are so for Bush because he seems to feel so strongly in what he says, and he will continue to say because it is working. He has the mindset of a child in that children believe the power rangers will save the day and all will be ok. He will do anything to get his point across even if that means lying his ass off, he is ruining America's position throughout the world and continue to do so. It reminds me of in school when kids said "My dad could beat up your dad." Well Bush is saying to the world "My country can beat up your country, therefor don't disagree with me."




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#29 15 years ago
The article needs to be summarized. I would read it but that small black text against this white background gives me a headache when I read really long stuff.

Good point. Maybe I should have made a summary of it with a link to the original text. But I felt that it would be an injustice to "summarize" such a brilliant paper, especially when there are tons of important points that would be left out of any summary. And if you left out these points, it would be much less convincing. I guess I'm wrong for assuming that others would want to read something that long. I read like the equivalent of 3 times that every night (it's like a habit of mine).

I completely agree with that post, and yes i did read all of it.

Another person who read it...will there be a fourth? It seems like some of the people who didn't read it because "it was too long," are just using that as an excuse not to read it. Remember, the author makes the point that whoever has ME syndrome will do everything in his power to keep from realizing that he has ME syndrome...but the second that he does realize that he has ME syndrome is when he can finally do something about it. ME syndrome thrives on our ignorance of it.




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#30 15 years ago

My only problem with this article is his citing of Jung, which IMO are totally different, and I dont think Jung would ever come to Levy's conclusion. Also, since it is obvious that the author is anti-Bush, more than likly not an activist though, it is rather doubtful that he had met with Bush in person, and seems to base most of his attention to what he sees or hears, which is only offered through non-objective channels, such as the media. And I would not think that anyone who hasnt actually spent time with the president or has sat down and talked with him would be able to fully diagnois any problems. Another thing that bothers me is the fact that he sites facts and statements that are either only used to support his position or are just there and can be real or not, for example he quotes Al Gore a lot, but most of what Al Gore says was on the campaign trail, and he was doing so to cast a bad light on Bush, whether or not he agreed with it or knew if it was true or not. Also he cites a poll, but from where does it come from? A poll cast by the Democrats would be vastly different than one cast by the Republicans, since each has their own agenda.

Also, what certifications does this guy have besides being wakened by a spiritual thingy and spreading the word about Global Awakening.

All in all it was decent, but I think that it would have been better if Levy would have been able to have personel contact with Bush, and was able to analyize him better, but then again, that would never happen.