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Setting up the future bankrupting of the Treasury during a war and declaring everybody should actually get a discount over what they were paying in peacetime, which... no other President ever did;
Declaring time after time how many jobs your policies will create, and missing every target you set by a mile (including the forecasts made long after 9/11);
Setting up Iraqi prisons that devolve into torture camps (and firing nobody over it);
Failing to pay attention to terrorism until you're attacked worse than the US has ever been, and then failing to catch the guy who actually attacked you for three years and counting...
Nope. The American people are cool with that.
This is all just a good start.
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Not all the American people are cool with that, just 58,535,827 of them (according to cnn.com). To me, the scary part is, given everything Bush has done knowing he was facing reelection, what is he going to do now that he doesn't have to worry about having to run again? Yikes!
or now that he's actually been elected by a majority? I mean, he seemed to think that being appointed by the Court was a mandate for partisan thuggary...
We, the American electorate, had a chance to stare down the politics of fear.
I've been wondering what it takes to get a president fired these days too. But at least the sanctity of my marriage has been protected from gay people who want to visit their spouse in the hospital.
1. Bush isn't ignoring terrorism any more then Clinton did. 2. There are more people working now then there have ever been. Check the statistics. 3. I am not sure what you think it is that Bush is doing to cause the country to go bankrupt. He is lowering taxes. Which is a good thing. For some reaosn Democrats, liberals in particular seem to think that people should be punished for succeeding in life. If I (making only $29,000 a year) am only paying a certain percentage (somthing like 15%) of my income in taxes then why shouldn't someone making 7 times that also pay 15% of their income in taxes. Why should they have to pay a larger percentage for doing a better job of making decisions about their lives then I have. The trick to making this country as great as it should be is to make Federal Government smaller. Get rid of Social Security, National Endowment for the Arts, IRS. Department of Education Medicare, and any other bloat of the federal govenment. The Federal Government should be so small that we can hardly tell it exists, except when there is a danger to our national security.
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