POTUS speaks

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    Dec 02, 2008 1:46 AM GMT
    The President of the United States, George W. Bush said,

    "I’ll be frank with you. I don’t spend a lot of time really worrying about short-term history. I guess I don’t worry about long-term history, either, since I’m not going to be around to read it — but, look, in this job you just do what you can. The thing that’s important for me is to get home and look in that mirror and say, I did not compromise my principles. And I didn’t. I made tough calls. And some presidencies have got a lot of tough decisions to make …"

    No Mr. President, obviously you did not compromise your principles. Instead you sacrificed the lives of thousands of American men & women who honorably serve in our armed forces, you destroyed an entire nation (for what purpose exactly? - oh yeah it was the principle of the thing), you derogated the rule of law, destroyed the constitution, set the stage for an ever more savage age of terrorism, lit the fuse on class envy, and upended the economy of the entire planet by running the United States like a banana republic.

    Only children, alcoholics, and the odd sociopath believe that principles outweigh the value of human life, of dignity, of justice.

    Alas, there is little need to worry about this President's legacy. The Bush Presidency will never be forgotten.


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    Dec 02, 2008 1:53 AM GMT
    Only children, alcoholics, and the odd sociopath believe that principles outweigh the value of human life, of dignity, of justice.



    Well, it's well-documented that Bush is at least one of the three. . . IMO, he's two out of three. What could be more sociopathic than knowingly sending thousands of men and women to their deaths just so the oil interests could continue to grow profits and maintain a steady flow of product?

    Columbia University estimates the ultimate cost of the war at $2.1 trillion. For that, we could've bought our energy independence with enough money left over to buy a decade's worth of health care for the entire country. And nobody would've died, unless a giant solar panel fell on top of them.

    P.S. Along with his alcoholism and sociopathic tendencies, Bush is also a high-functioning moron.

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    Dec 02, 2008 1:57 AM GMT
    are you kidding me??????! did he actually SAY that????
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    Dec 02, 2008 2:25 AM GMT
    LittleDudeWithMuscles saidOnly children, alcoholics, and the odd sociopath believe that principles outweigh the value of human life, of dignity, of justice.



    Well, it's well-documented that Bush is at least one of the three. . . IMO, he's two out of three. What could be more sociopathic than knowingly sending thousands of men and women to their deaths just so the oil interests could continue to grow profits and maintain a steady flow of product?

    ...

    P.S. Along with his alcoholism and sociopathic tendencies, Bush is also a high-functioning moron.



    I'd say he IS all three and then some...a mentally retarded adult qualifies him as a child.

    The only reason he made it this far was his name, and Karl Rove I suppose. In the end, he will be the ulimate representative of a disfunctional society created during his term - a society that seems to feel that Paris Hilton actually has something to offer. I like to call it, the Stupidical Generation.
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    Dec 02, 2008 3:30 AM GMT
    "And some presidencies have got a lot of tough decisions to make …"

    Yes Mr President and all of yours have been Wrong !

    To call this man a high functioning moron places a bad name on all high functioning morons...

    George W Bush is a Classic example of the self-entitled sociopathic personality
    The one who blew up frogs with firecrackers as a child
    The one who teased and mocked those he perceived as lower than him on the totem pole in school
    The one who hazed pledges with branding irons at his fraternity
    The man who mocked death row inmates and smirked at their executions

    The untreated alcoholic whose symptoms include inflated self-confidence, judgmental intolerance, denial of responsibility, avoidance of introspection, simplistic thinking, and compulsive daily habits that remove him from responsibility and stress.

    What all these tell tale signs point to is not merely a sociopath or an addictive personality but one of those people we thankfully rarely see in a lifetime
    a Nero... A Napoleon ... an Adolf Hitler
    A Meglomaniac
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    Dec 02, 2008 3:33 AM GMT
    I have a confession. I hated Bush with a passion until he sent me an autographed photo. I'm so cheap - I can be bought with a stupid photo.
  • GQjock

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    Dec 02, 2008 3:49 AM GMT
    Did you put it next to your signed photo's of Jeffrey Dehmer and Pol Pot?
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    Dec 02, 2008 4:01 AM GMT
    All I'm saying is that it made me feel warm and fuzzy.
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    Dec 02, 2008 4:42 AM GMT
    5537B00B saidAll I'm saying is that it made me feel warm and fuzzy.


    Vodka does that for me........., and then even Chilery would look better.
  • coolarmydude

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    Dec 02, 2008 11:08 AM GMT
    Bush Administration Ignored Clear Warnings
    Under pressure from banking industry, U.S. government eased lending rules

    http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/28001417

  • coolarmydude

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    Dec 02, 2008 11:13 AM GMT
    I knew he was a bad idea when he was running for President, but my feeling was that of horror when he announced Dick Cheney to be his Vice President. I knew that we were going to be in trouble. I knew that we were going to war with Iraq.

    I knew we wouldn't find WMDs in Iraq and I knew that the war, especially pumped up on false pretenses, would be a seriously bad idea.

    I knew he was going to get re-elected when Tony Blair, who had less support in Britain than Bush did in America, got re-elected.

    He should have been impeached.

    He still needs to be tried and punished.

    FOX News needs its house cleaned, or burned.
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    Dec 02, 2008 11:14 AM GMT
    George Bush Jr. is a warning of what Sarah Palin could be like if she is elected President. I know that sounds far fetched, but to become President of the USA you need two things. Appeal to people who are full of resentment towards the so-called "elite" (ie have inferiority complexes about themselves) and have a very skilled and unscrupulous Campaign manager behind you like Karl Rove. It could still happen, after all despite all the headwinds John McCain still managed to get 46% of the popular vote.
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    Dec 02, 2008 11:17 AM GMT
    SurrealLife said, "George Bush Jr. is a warning of what Sarah Palin could be like if she is elected President. I know that sounds far fetched, but to become President of the USA you need two things. Appeal to people who are full of resentment towards the so-called "elite" (ie have inferiority complexes about themselves) and have a very skilled and unscrupulous Campaign manager behind you like Karl Rove. It could still happen, after all despite all the headwinds John McCain still managed to get 46% of the popular vote."



    Late in the campaign season, I realized that John McCain would actually be a worse President than GWB. Can it actually get worse than him?
  • coolarmydude

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    Dec 02, 2008 11:21 AM GMT
    John McCain was sending a subliminal message to us voters with his slogan, "Country First."

    What he was trying to say was, "Cuntry First."

    Meet Sarah Six-pack:

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  • GQjock

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    Dec 02, 2008 8:43 PM GMT
    Palin would be the reincarnation of George W Bush