after six years in office tonight, I looked at G. Bush...

It's amazing how conciliatory he now wants to be six years into his reign, now that his party is the minority.

Hypocrisy.

Jim Webb from Virginia, who gave the Dem response, was awesome. That's how you give a meaningful speech with real ideas in an articulate way. Je-sus, we've forgotten what it's like.
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Honestly, I just can't belive that this man, who I find to be a complete idiot, is the leader of my country. That is what boggles my mind.
Originally Posted by FreeCurls
I agree with you. It's times like this that I start believing the conspiracy theories that the election was rigged. The only problem I have with that is that I've met people from the red states who, believe it or not, said they voted for him BOTH times (voluntarily) and really believe his "lies" about Iraq, Iran, Syria, etc.
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I just can't watch or listen to him speak. It makes me uncomfortable and embarrassed. I can't wait for these long 8 years to be over.
Yep, that about sums it up for me.
I agree. Bush is a terrible president. I firmly believe that he has made this world a non-safer place to live.
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You're doing better than I am. I can't even look at him.
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
I'm with you. I don't want to hear a single thing he has to say. He sickens me.
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At this point I don't even equate him as being part of the Republican party. Personally I see him as being more of a dictator.
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At this point I don't even equate him as being part of the Republican party. Personally I see him as being more of a dictator.
Originally Posted by three rivers curly
A lot of his tactics are chillingly similar to those used by dictators consolidating power in other countries. It is scary.

I can't stand to watch his speeches. I prefer to read them, because there's just something about hearing his voice actually saying these things that gets me really riled up.

At this point I don't even equate him as being part of the Republican party. Personally I see him as being more of a dictator.
Originally Posted by three rivers curly
A lot of his tactics are chillingly similar to those used by dictators consolidating power in other countries. It is scary.
Originally Posted by iris427

I totally agree. I always wonder what history books are going to write, and what they're going to say about him in the future.
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Originally Posted by Liz's loops
those were great, but I loved this one!
At this point I don't even equate him as being part of the Republican party. Personally I see him as being more of a dictator.
Originally Posted by three rivers curly
A lot of his tactics are chillingly similar to those used by dictators consolidating power in other countries. It is scary.
Originally Posted by iris427

I totally agree. I always wonder what history books are going to write, and what they're going to say about him in the future.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Yeah, I wonder about this too. How will we look back on this time, and how will future generations look at it? What will our children/grandchildren learn in school about it?

It's funny because Bush is always saying "history will be the judge" but I don't think history will look back too kindly on him, unless something dramatically changes in the next two years.

I do get some satisfaction from knowing that for a guy who is so into leaving a great legacy for his presidency that when the time comes his will be looked on as one of the worst presidencies in our history. That Irony will be abou ttheo only thing I will enjoy about his presidency.
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I just have to say that the bumper stickers Liz posted are flippin' hilarious, especially #28! (Bush doesn't care about white people either.)

The sad thing is that our Prime Minister thinks Bush is the greatest thing since sliced bread and sucks up to him most pathetically.
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I just have to say that the bumper stickers Liz posted are flippin' hilarious, especially #28! (Bush doesn't care about white people either.)

The sad thing is that our Prime Minister thinks Bush is the greatest thing since sliced bread and sucks up to him most pathetically.
Originally Posted by Amneris
I quite liked 30- You Elected Him. You Deserve Him

Tony Bliar sucks up to him. Urgh! Bush says 'jump' Bliar says 'how high?'.
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I'll admit, I don't know a damn thing about politics. I've recently moved in with a woman who keeps up with current events and such. So I figured it is about time I do the same.

I tried my best to watch Bush last night but after about 25 minutes I could bear no more. He is so damn boring and seems so unattached with what he is saying. It's like he's reading off of the teleprompter.
You're doing better than I am. I can't even look at him.
Originally Posted by Poodlehead
yup
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Question: How many members of the Bush Administration does it take to change a light bulb?

Answer: TEN.

1. One to deny that a light bulb needs to be changed;

2. One to attack the patriotism of anyone who says the light bulb needs to be changed;

3. One to blame Clinton for burning out the light bulb;

4. One to tell the nations of the world that they are either for changing the light bulb or for eternal darkness;

5. One to give a billion dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton for a new light bulb;

6. One to arrange a photograph of Bush, dressed as a janitor and standing on a step ladder, under the
banner "Bulb Accomplished";

7. One administration insider to resign and in detail reveal how Bush was literally "in the dark" the whole time;

8. Another one to viciously smear # 7;

9. One surrogate to campaign on TV and at rallies on how George Bush has had a strong light bulb-changing
policy all along;

10. And finally, one to confuse Americans about the difference between screwing in a light bulb and screwing the country.

And after all is said and done, no one will notice that they never actually managed to change the light bulb.

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At this point I don't even equate him as being part of the Republican party. Personally I see him as being more of a dictator.
Originally Posted by three rivers curly
A lot of his tactics are chillingly similar to those used by dictators consolidating power in other countries. It is scary.
Originally Posted by iris427

I totally agree. I always wonder what history books are going to write, and what they're going to say about him in the future.
Originally Posted by babywavy
Yeah, I wonder about this too. How will we look back on this time, and how will future generations look at it? What will our children/grandchildren learn in school about it?

It's funny because Bush is always saying "history will be the judge" but I don't think history will look back too kindly on him, unless something dramatically changes in the next two years.
Originally Posted by iris427
When people look back on this, I think his administration would be yet another example of what people will do when they're scared. Basically, they do dumb, foolish things.

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