George Bush must remain in Power... and rule america..

India
November 23, 2006 7:44am CST
hey with all the crap around about bush n his reign, he is afterall the one who has erased and ended the dictatorship of cruel leaders and he is f@#king good for america...
5 responses
@jillmalitz (5132)
• United States
15 May 07
Sorry but Bush has only two years left in his presidency. Some of us cant wait. He had put us in an expensve war under false pretenses and many of our own state problems are mishandled. The response by the federal government to the Katrina hurricane was a disaster for which we will be paying for a long time. I live in the state where he was governor before he ran for President. Didn't like him then dont like him now. Many leaders of other countries do not like him or his politics. We used to have a good relationship with other foreign governments, now we dont. It is not the job of the United States to police the world. The one good thing is that we here in America can speak freely while others cant.
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• United States
6 Dec 07
Very well said. That Dixie CHick had it right. I'd be ashamed to be from the state of Texas as well knowing GW came from there and ruled the roost there and effed everything up.
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• United States
6 Dec 07
Uh....NO, he's not good for America. We're at an all time debt. Soldiers are getting killed by the thousands to protect a country that could give two sh*ts less if we are there or not. Housing markets are in a slump Oil prices are the highest they've been ever and all because we have a president with oil interests and he's getting paid a LOT to keep taxes as high as they are. Did you know that Exxon/Mobil posted a 3 or 4 BILLION dollar profit last year? And why? Gas prices are $3 a dayum gallon. The profits could go down a billion and drop gas prices to under $2 a gallon and the companies can still make money, but those greedy b*stards would rather screw over the American people than help us out. People are having to go into foreclosure on their homes because they can't afford gas for their cars and a house note. Without gas in a car, how can you get to work? HOw can you earn money to pay for that house?
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• United States
6 Dec 07
Yeas we all are amazed and dismayed at the huge profits companies are making. One thing we must remember even if we dont like what we are seeing is that we have a free market society. Any business is free to charge what they want and make what they want. The only way to change things is to not buy the product or convience the companies by letting the presidents,CEOs and board members that you are not happy and why. When the board gets lots and lots of letters someone will get the message.
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• Pakistan
23 Nov 06
well...he did ended the dictatorship around da world...but we all know how he did that in Iraq...his enemy was Saddam Hussein...not the people ov iraq...y is he killing them??...do u hav this answer??
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• India
23 Nov 06
hey he isnt da one killing the people over there, its terrorists like Ansar al sunnah fron al qaida whooz doing it, people of iraq truly like his ruling, as for the whole episode, its politics and it goes on may it be bush or any one for that matter
@anniepa (27238)
• United States
6 Dec 07
What he's erased is the good will we had around the world directly following 9/11, the budget surplus he inherited and the American Dream, which he's replaced with the American Nightmare! In the year since this discussion was started things sure haven't gotten any better! Annie
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@Akeela (2079)
• Trinidad And Tobago
23 Nov 06
i think this is last term he can serve a a president
• India
23 Nov 06
No man maybe its his time to leave for 4years but he is the man to be there dont you think coz he is the only who is good at controlling OSAMA
• United States
15 May 07
he doesn't have any control over osama bin laden, when my country was attacked by al-qaeda and all of us wanted to catch osama, george bush turned all of his attention to saddam hussien, which al-qaeda had no relations to. Osama bin Laden is still free and bush has said before that he isn't concerned about Osama! to me, this is very sad, I can't imagine how loved ones of 9-11 victims feel.
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