WHAT DO U THINK BUSH DID?

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India
December 10, 2006 2:18am CST
Do u think he did the right thing attacking the underdeveloped countries after 9/11? He accused of laden being a terrorist and he was right coz so many ppl lost their lives. But what about bush.....he has been killin the innocent people in afghanistan,iraq and palestine....... dont u think he has been spreading terrorism...officially?
39 responses
• India
10 Dec 06
His brain is full of drain.
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• India
10 Dec 06
well what bush did was wrong...but the question here comes..that without the sympathy and support of local people(taliban) laden couldnot have done such things and hide away from bush for years.we cant clap simply by one hand.terrorism should be dealt with strong hands and not by dialogues.what did people of usa do that they were killed by laden?i guess nothing.if laden really thinks of the well being of his native and islam people he should know that he has to respect the well being of other people to..you cant just run away from america by slapping them on their face...you will get a punch in return i guess!!
• United States
10 Dec 06
Okay- if he had to act to get Bin Laden- why are we in Iraq, why go after Hussain- he wasn't involved in 9/11. No GW went after him for his own personal agenda- Hussain tried to kill his daddy and started this giant mess! He lost me there!
• Indonesia
10 Dec 06
he is people who not has any hearth on nhis body! he like to see blood. Hope God punish him soon. I cry every time see palestine people (esp children and woman) murdered with cruel like that. Afganistan, iraq... I don;t know why he think he is the most superior. I hate him
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• United States
10 Dec 06
I would basically say he did and does everything wrong and doesnt care that he does so.
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@ESKARENA1 (18299)
10 Dec 06
if the islamic world had turned bin layden and all his friends over to the Americans Bush would not have attacked they brought it all on themselves
• Pakistan
10 Dec 06
whoa dude first of all theres no proof that taliban did it there r a hell lot of concpiracies besides i consider WTC attacks to b a previously on going war btw the west esp the US and Islam no matter what u call it its all part of the on going crusades.... about Bush well hes an SOB for sure but hes not the only 1 controlling all this this goes far deeper than that the lobbies in the western world are making all this happen
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
10 Dec 06
only moslims atacked wtc
• United States
10 Dec 06
muslims have been killing each other... and killing Jews before we went over there... so let's not conveniently blame America for that.
@Metallion (2228)
• United States
10 Dec 06
Nope, what he did was perfectly correct. See the problem is the third world countries give these terrorist groups protection in exchange for money from the terrorist groups. Then the third world countries claim "look at us we are innocent, the U.S. is so evil". Sorry but the third world countries hosting groups like Al Queda, Hamas, and other groups are the ones assisting in spreading terrorism throughout the world, not the U.S.!
@ESKARENA1 (18299)
10 Dec 06
i agree bush is right there was no other action the ilamisists now reep what they sew
• United States
10 Dec 06
Well put Metallion.
• United States
10 Dec 06
Excuse me.. "innocent people". Yeah right.. get your facts straight before you stay stuff like that.
@forfein (2508)
10 Dec 06
AGREED
• United States
10 Dec 06
no i think he shouldn'tent all these people to have a war and if he should have he should have pulled the troops back by now hes wasting tax payers money and getting people killed for no reason when he shouldn't have invaded at all
• United States
10 Dec 06
If he pulls the troops out now... things are just going to be worse. He shouldn't have been there in the first place... but even the troops will tell you they don't want to pull out now.
@blanksolid (1632)
• Spain
10 Dec 06
Nowadays Bush is the most assasain around the world, everyday we see on tv news on iraq about us army have killed to children and innocent victims, bush is the most dangerous person in the world in this moment and this have helped to spread terrorism a lot, have a great day!
@madcox (26)
• Romania
10 Dec 06
this will tell you everything: At the beginning of his first term, Bush was regarded by some as lacking legitimacy due to his narrow victory in Florida and the attendant controversy surrounding his electoral college victory, which included accusations of vote suppression and tampering. Activist and filmmaker Michael Moore's 2004 movie Fahrenheit 9/11 accused Bush of using public sentiments following 9/11 for political purposes and lying about the cause for war in Iraq. Bush was also criticised in the international community: he was targeted by the global anti-war and anti-globalization campaigns, and criticized for his foreign policy. Bush's policies were also the subject of heated criticism in the 2002 elections in Germany[118] and the 2006 elections in Canada.[119] and Bush was openly condemned by international leaders such as Gerhard Schröder, Jean Chrétien, José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero, Romano Prodi, Paul Martin, and Hugo Chavez. Diplomatic visits made by Bush were accompanied by large-scale protests. George W. Bush answering a reporter’s question during a joint press availability with Prime Minister Tony Blair in the East Room of the White House, July 28, 2006. White House photo by Paul Morse Enlarge George W. Bush answering a reporter’s question during a joint press availability with Prime Minister Tony Blair in the East Room of the White House, July 28, 2006. White House photo by Paul Morse Bush enjoyed strong support among Americans holding conservative and pro-military views, and for the 2004 elections, 95-98% of the Republican electorate approved of him. This support waned, however, due mostly to Republicans' growing frustration with Bush on the issues of spending and illegal immigration. Many Republicans began criticizing Bush on his policies in Iraq, Iran and Palestine.[120] Bush also enjoyed strong personal and working relationships with foreign leaders such as Tony Blair, John Howard, Junichiro Koizumi, Angela Merkel, Stephen Harper, and Ehud Olmert, as well as good rapport with Vladimir Putin and Vicente Fox. Here, tensions arose, such as the cooling of the relationship between Bush and Putin.[121] From time to time, Bush's intellectual capacities were questioned by the news media[122] and other politicians[123][124] Detractors tended to cite the various linguistic errors made by Bush during his public speeches (colloquially known as Bushisms).[125] Bush's habit of mispronouncing words received much ridicule in the media and in popular culture. Even as early as the 2000 presidential debates, this was the subject of a Saturday Night Live sketch (see Strategery).[126] A mural of President Bush in West Belfast, Northern Ireland, depicting the local population's perception of his foreign policy and relationship with the British government. Enlarge A mural of President Bush in West Belfast, Northern Ireland, depicting the local population's perception of his foreign policy and relationship with the British government. In 2006 a majority of respondents in 18 of 21 countries surveyed around the world were found to hold an unfavorable opinion of Bush. Respondents indicated that they judged his administration as "negative" for world security.[127][128] A poll taken in mid-September 2006 found that 48 percent of Americans believed the war with Iraq had made the U.S. less safe, while 41 percent believed the war had made the U.S. safer from terrorism.[129] Another poll showed that a majority of Americans, by a margin of 61 to 35 percent, believed that the United States was not better off because of Bush's policies.[130] A poll conducted in Britain placed Bush at the second biggest "threat to world peace" right after Bin Laden, topping North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il.[131] According to a poll taken in November of 2006, Finns, as well as Britons, believed that Bush was the second biggest "threat to the world peace" after Bin Laden. Kim Jong-Il came 3rd in poll and Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Hassan Nasrallah came joint fourth.[132] Some people, such as Benjamin Ferencz, a chief prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials, expressed the view that Bush should be tried, along with Saddam Hussein, for starting a war of aggression, the supreme international crime under the Nuremberg Principles.[133] Other experts also regarded the Bush Administration's decision to invade Iraq as illegitimate: "There was no authorization from the U.N. Security Council ... and that made it a crime against the peace," said Francis Boyle, professor of international law, who also said the U.S. Army's field manual required such authorization for an offensive war. However, historians point out that every permanent member of the U.N. Security Council has undertaken at least one war without the council's permission or endorsement, and no such authorization came from the U.N. in other U.S. led wars and/or interventions such as Vietnam, Haiti, Kosovo, Panama or Grenada, or for that matter President Jimmy Carter's attempt to rescue American hostages during the Iran Hostage Crisis. by wikipedia
• India
10 Dec 06
Bush should be tried and sentenced as a war criminal.
@shyamlal (3535)
• India
10 Dec 06
he started a good thing...but it failed miserably..and now america is the most unsafe country to live in
• United States
10 Dec 06
I don't know if America is the most unsafe country to live in. I mean it's up there on the list. But I would think Isreal is more unsafe since Iran wants to exterminate the Jewish people and then start killing all the people that won't convert to Islam.
• India
10 Dec 06
I think he is the one man who should be hanged that too without trial.he attacked the countries w/o any proof.and the things he said have still not been proved.so he is a killer.He shud be hanged or shot in head.
• United States
10 Dec 06
Wait a minute - Afghanistan is hiding Bin LAden. Bin Laden sent tapes saying he was responsible for the WTC bombings. So if they are hiding Bin Ladin, they are siding with terrorists and deserve to be attacked. I don't think we should have gone to Iraq but if we pull out now it's just going to be worse. And don't tell me you would rather we left Sadam Hussein in power to kill mass amounts of people and rape women. That's screwed up. Sadams own people passed the judgement on him. Not us!
@dan1107 (343)
• India
10 Dec 06
I think Bush did what it was correct at that time and all time. He did the correct thing by hitting at the root of the problem. Its other thing that he did not get much success in eliminating the problem. To eliminate the terrorism from this globe, each one of us have to unite and attach the problem with double the thrust.
• United States
10 Dec 06
Hey Danny boy, if you want to repreive the world of terror, send Bush the Butcher to eradicate the Pentagon and Israel next, that's all...
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@lovedude (4453)
• India
2 Jan 07
what ever he did, was totally wrong and foolishness. because of him lacs of persons killed and still are being killed because of blasts..
• Indonesia
11 Dec 06
Bush is a powerfull man in powerfull country. So it make him affraid to lose his powerfullnes and to keep it save he have to make all head of coutry thing that he is untouchable and for that he make a big lie that midle east is a place of terorist. And are u sure that the man bihidn 9/11 was laden?
• United States
11 Dec 06
The DIFFERENCE is that Bush is not killing them on purpose. Most of the deaths are from the terrorist killing their own.
@kamalcpc (704)
• India
11 Dec 06
Yes, i do accept the same, Bush is spreading the terrosism officially with the support of UN and other countries help
@waheed1 (38)
• Egypt
11 Dec 06
Now, what did the killed American soldiers sacrify for?
@waheed1 (38)
• Egypt
11 Dec 06
Now, what for the killed American soldiers sacrifice for?
• India
11 Dec 06
i really do agree with u.inpite of killing so many ppl still he is not able to caught the main ppl behind that but thousands of innocent ppl lost their lives.may be much more who lost in 9/11.im not saying that he should have sat still but attaking those countries was really a selfish and political decision.he just wanted to make his political career strong.
@ghazal2k5 (920)
• India
11 Dec 06
i think he is the one of the terrorist who kills innocent people.