Bill burns the Bush

South Africa
February 1, 2007 8:19am CST
I must say, that the Clinton Administration is far off better than that of the current Administration. Not only are innocent civillians dying, so are some of the American troops. What is this reign of terror all about? Is it about the interest in oil? Is that worth so many lives? Is it just the Power Struggle? I do not condone Clinton's actions, but who has created more havoc?
6 responses
@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
2 Feb 07
Don't forget that Clinton floundered with Iraq when they wouldnt let weapons inspectors in throughout the 1990's. And he also bombed Iraq on different occasions. He also was in charge when the US unsuccessfully intervened in Somalia (remember Black Hawk Down?).
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• United States
1 Feb 07
The scripture said, "there will be wars and rumors of wars." The scripture didn't say who would start the wars, it just says they will start. Jeremiah says, "People will speak of peace but there will be no peace."
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@saralee1 (1983)
• United States
3 Feb 07
I'd say, that Bill Clinton would have sought UN approval to make sure there were no WMD. As I would think any good Democrat would have. The world recognizes Bill Clinton as a world Leader, even if some in America do not.(I do though)
@MrNiceGuy (4147)
• United States
4 Feb 07
The UN was kicked out of Iraq all through the 90's and before 2003 when we invaded.... Clinton couldn't get UN inspectors into Iraq, when Saddam wouldn't let them in, he bombed them. Iraq wouldn't let UN inspectors in, thats part of the reason why the US went to war with them in 2003. Lets remember history....
@Destiny007 (5820)
• United States
12 Feb 07
Oh yeah. Clinton has a great legacy. Let's see now, there was Waco and Ruby Ridge, both of which illustrate his views on human and civil rights. Yes, he will long be remembered for the murder of men, women and children because their religious belief did not fit the accepted norm.
@MagusX (1099)
• Brazil
12 Feb 07
Clinton administration was not that bad, if you compare what is happening now on the middle east... nothing justifies what is happening there, because everyone knows that there are no weapons of mass destruction there, and that bush just want the OIL, yeah, OIL, that has on that place.Saddan may have killed people there, yeah i know, but Bush killed far more people than the "Evil dictator" called Hussein, and about Afghanistan, there are nothing there but oil, Bush will never find OSAMA, he might be even inside the United States :0
@plantit1 (298)
• United States
1 Feb 07
To listen to Clinton speak at the universities, I can tell he is a very wise man. He knows the secrets of life and believes in the golden rule. Bush on the other hand appears to be out to compete with his daddy. He wants to outdo him. He has a much lower consciousness than Clinton. The war was started from fear and trying to please his daddy. And whenever we do anything out of fear, it will create more of the same. An eye for an eye is the old testament way, before the teachings of Christ, which is pray for your enemies and turn the other cheek. You cannot be a true christian and make the choices Bush has made. A higher conscious person would never make such a stupid decision. They know the consequences of such action. But you know the old saying, ignorance is bliss. It's not Bush's fault. He just doesn't know any better.