GEORGE BUSH: Is he a cartoon ?

India
December 20, 2008 1:45pm CST
Everyone knows about the incident of the Bush and the shoe throwing reporter of Iraq I never came across any such incident against a high profile minister of any country forget about the president of the so called most powerful country in the world. This is really disgusting and a shame for every american. Leave those petty things He invaded Iraq which has back fired as the situation is not similar to Afganistan I understood the attack on afganistan it helped the sentiments of the american and was necessary upto some extent for restoring the prides of american but the attack on iraq was completly stupid decision to make and was uncalled for iraq was not planning to do any harm to america Ok some think that he is in a mood to make the world right but news says that while Bush is in chair he has rejected in four occasion combating the narcotics dealers in columbia that too against the recommendation of army whose soldiers fight and die there. seriously guys i dont understand whats going in this man mind he is celbrating the victory of Iraq war but i really doubt about the unnecessary life that the soldiers gave for a worthless victory(If we can call this a victory).
1 person likes this
3 responses
@kerriannc (4282)
• Jamaica
20 Dec 08
If he sees what he had done has victory then he is living in denial. He had put the world in a backward stance that when he is older and this present generation has grown up he will be charge for genocide. He is not different from Mugabe in Zimbabwe. I am so glad that his rein has come to an end. Kudos to the shoe throwing gentleman.
1 person likes this
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
21 Dec 08
Genocide n. systematic killing of a whole people. Who are the whole people Bush has systematically killed?
• Lubbock, Texas
20 Dec 08
Looking back over his presidency I have to say that he has a very narrow view of the world and sees that view from his own private perspective. In other words, he's completely out of touch with reality!
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
21 Dec 08
What is the reality he's out of touch with?
@bestboy19 (5482)
• United States
21 Dec 08
I suppose he could have been like the rest of the world and turned tail when his country was attacked by terrorist. As far as Iraq goes, if the United Nations had done its job and made Saddam Hussain obey the terms that were set down after the Gulf War, the United States might not have had to go in there. I'm glad we have had a President who believes protecting his country is more important than the opinions of a world of sniveling cowards.