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Dana asked in Politics & GovernmentPolitics · 1 decade ago

Are you Pro-Bush or Anti-Bush, and why?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    I think I would like Bush if he was my neighbor... just some good ol boy tryin to get along in the world. But he's not. He's the leader of the most powerful nation on the planet and he's woofully under-qualified for the job. He is, beyond question, the least qualified man to ever hold the office of President.

    His lack of understanding, his conservative roots, his intellectual deficiency, his subservience to corporate America, his inability as an administrator and his lack of integrity... make him exceedingly dangerous.

    He's a puppet president who sold his soul a long time ago.

    Anti.

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  • 1 decade ago

    In every day life ,I`m politically neutral , but in this matter which regards Bush and his way of being a President , I`m Anti -Bush because of some simple facts he did .

    1.He made much more mistakes or goof-ups than Nixon.

    2.He was offered from French the possibility to destroy the Hydra of modern day terrorism -Osama Bin Laden , but the US, and I mean Bush, didn`t reacted at all . No reponse from them , to kill Bin Laden or capture him.

    3. I heard that when the first tower of the WTC , was hit ,Bush was at a kindergarten . He was discreetly informed by one of his guards , that the first tower was hit . He didn`t even reacted to the news , he was or tired or a total morran .

    And when the second tower was hit , the same response to the news, nothing .

    4. I also heard , that Bush ordered that the WTC must be destroyed , to make room for something he wanted to build.

    And all this Gulf War version 2 was a hoax .He only wanted free passing to the oil rezerves of Iraq ,and made up this all terrorism -hoax .

    And from this terrorism -hoax suffered his allies , mostly .

    And I`m a bit Pro-Bush and Anti - Bush in the judgement of Saddam Hussein

    Bush did the only thing politically corect , in all of his political career : the overthrow of Hussein

    But , Bush also should leave the judgement of Hussein in the hands of the Iraqi people .

    Did you also known , that the Us never attacked a country that had McDonal`s shops .

    Isn`t this also , one of Bush`s skeems ?

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Pro Bush

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  • 1 decade ago

    I would say I'm Anti-Bush quite frankly he doesn't make the right decisions most of the time. He is a geat guy, but a horrible president. To be fair I even hated Clinton and papa Bush. I'm more in favor of Kant's idea of prepetual peace, have the politicians give up their children to fight the war they support. Don't forget, Bush did not start the war himself, the Congress only helped to make him look worse than he is. I like that sign a woman was holding say "the only bush I trust is my own."

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  • 1 decade ago

    anti-bush. he has a complete disregard for the separation of powers and has irreparably redefined the authority of the executive branch. he has permanently and without any respect for the constitution, incarcerated people outside the reaches of our courts and when the courts have ordered trials he has refused. even nixon respected the courts and turned over watergate documents.

    bush has spoken of activist judges, legislating from the bench, yet he had NO PROBLEM when the activist judges were voting him president from the bench though. but if these judges try and be activists when it comes to civil rights for all americans, they are threatened with impeachment. all civil rights in this country began with "activist judges."

    finally, bush has campaigned and shows that he is a simple country boy. the common man. not the most smartest (a bushism) person in the room. i'm sorry, but is there something wrong with electing someone to the most powerful position in the world who is extremely smart and educated? isn't this an office that we should hold to the highest standards and require a resume to match? doesn't have to be an ivy league graduate ( i know bush went to an ivy league school - thanks dad!) but at least someone who is well thought out. these are nuclear missiles we are handing him/her for crying out loud!

    Source(s): JEB BARTLETT FOR PRESIDENT!!!
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Not exactly Anti-Bush, but leaning towards that side. Bush is actually a comic relief for our country, so that is what brings the Pro-Bush side.

    However, someone who cannot allow Pro-choice to come into the U.S., or gay marriage, is not great in my eyes. Plus, after Katrina, how long did it take for people to get there to help? And what help did they give? Not much help to many.

    He is also a flip-flopping liar when it comes to the war. Also, speaking of the war. Why are we in Iraq? There are no WMDs there and they didn't crash planes into the WTC, Pentagon and my home state.

    I could go on and on, but I do not have the time to do so now.

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  • edubya
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    Neither, Bush is only the delivery of opinions and rhetoric. As the current affairs there are better alternatives to get the results needed.

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  • 1 decade ago

    I'm not a republican,but if I were,I would have a very hard time trying to be pro-bush.

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  • Doug R
    Lv 5
    1 decade ago

    I guess I am pro-Bush. I pray for the President every day. He has a bigger load to bear than any of us can imagine. He will make mistakes because he is human, but with God on his side, he has an advantage over most. There has been enough bashing of the President. Put yourself in his shoes, and I think you will agree that the responsibility and decisions that he has to make daily would send most of us to our graves. I would pray for a Democrat or a President of another party as well - it makes no difference to me. Our countrymen need to hold our President up in prayer if we are ever to achieve the best for our nation. He is unpopular right now because we are in a no-win situation with Iraq. Is that totally his fault? No, it is not, no more than 911 was his fault. We are in a war, and it is a different kind of war than this country has ever fought, and it will go on for a long time, so we had just better get used to it. Election of another person as President will not make this go away as some would have you believe. I am pro-President!

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  • 1 decade ago

    when I want a good laugh, I am pro-Bush.

    when I think of the fate of the world, I am anti-Bush...

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