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It seems that George W. Bush is at it again. Here come the scare tactics once again. He's cried wolf so many times with no evidence whatsoever I'm amazed that he has any support anymore. Though the truth be known that only his base, the religious right, thinks he's the man.
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There are small pockets of the willing ignorant who refuse to see the truth about their hero Bush.
I have never believed anything the Bush has mumbled, stuttered or tried in vain to explain. "God told me to attack Iraq." Yeah, right.
I'm sure that there are people out there who still believe that Saddam had weapons of mass destruction. One of Bush's many lies.
It was revealed that Bush has known for months that Iran has no nuclear weapons program. Bush said he "only learned of the new intelligence assessment last week." But according to the Washington Post National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley, "Bush was first told in August or September about intelligence indicating Iran had halted its weapons program."
That means Bush has been ignoring the intelligence as he's saber-rattled for months against Iran - recklessly pushing toward war with Iran like he did with Iraq. We can't afford to let Bush and Cheney start another disastrous war.
This guy's polling numbers are so low even Nixon had higher ratings. Imagine that Nixon had higher ratings than Bush.
That's pretty disgusting. The man took the largest surplus America has ever had after years in being in debt and turned it into the largest deficit America has ever seen. A debt that is going to be passed down to your kids' kids' kids. I think the latest figure on his spending is $1 million a minute.
Bush has practically destroyed America's reputation worldwide. One man did this.
A woman I work with just got back from a backpack trip to Europe. She and her girlfriend went to France, where her girlfriend was spit on for being American.
If America doesn't get its act together after Bush gracelessly leaves office, we are in a world of hurt.
Michael J. Murray III