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GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by Helen on 24 January 2006 1:50pm
 
GW Bush is playing footsie with our human rights.

I am sickened. Truly sickened.

When will he stop?

what can we do?

 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by tucsonmike on 24 January 2006 1:59pm
 
Well the latest was he denied having met lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Now five photographs have been found with them together.
Keep in mind also, Nixon was secretive. Bush genuinely believes he is doing the correct thing.
Look, I want terrorists, etc bagged too. If we lose TOO much though, what's the point?
Helen, Americans need to be angry about it. That hasn't happened.
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by Helen on 24 January 2006 2:05pm
 
well I'm pretty pissed, and so are my friends. we need to turn this anger and disbelief into something productive--get our voices heard. Get something done. Fight for our rights.

I agree---too much apathy has allowed a breakdown....as a nation we need to get seriously TICKED.

but we need to remember to focus our energies into a sensible, intelligent, and productive movement.

We can't just BOO Ann Coulter off the stage, no matter how much fun it is to do.

hey all, any suggestions on how to get our voices heard?

Thank you.

:)
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by Tauriel on 24 January 2006 2:44pm
 
Well, I don't know how these things work in the States, but why not start a petition for a referendum about non-confidence in Bush's administration?
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by George on 24 January 2006 4:21pm
 
Tauriel, it's not thate easy. In roughly 225 years, we've only had one president who resigned, Richard Nixon. He didn't have to, but he knew he would be thrown out of office if he stayed. This is the result of the informal polling that goes on constantly in Congress. It was more or less the same thing as a "no confidence" vote.

But, this fall with the midterm elections, the Democrats can win back a majority in Congress. If that happens, Bush becomes, more or less, just a figurehead. It's also pretty much the same thing.

The real show starts next year when people start declaring for president. As you may know, Bush is not allowed to run again. What will the big issues be then? If we are sustantially out of Iraq by then, it'll be wide open.
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by riderofthepurplesage on 24 January 2006 4:55pm
 
It's not just Iraq that has soiled Bush's administration. Environmental issues, corruption, human rights, church and state ....... The man seems to be running roughshod over a whole range of politicaldoctrine that effects not only the USA but the rest of the world as well.
The big worry is who takes over!

Alan
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by arty_farty on 24 January 2006 8:54pm
 
is there any point to george bush?

i bet talking to him is like talking to a hole in a wall or a parrot

"so mr bush what do you think about iraq?:

" 'ello 'ello who's a pretty boy then?"
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by purple on 24 January 2006 9:17pm
 
Bush is only good for one thing. His stupid quotes make for great fridge magnets.
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by arty_farty on 26 January 2006 12:10pm
 
my history teacher had a George bush quotes calender and we used to piss our selves laffing.
 
Re: GW Bush--it keeps getting worse by Helen on 26 January 2006 1:30pm
 
he wants to be able to "let OB/GYNs practice their love of women," and "put food on their families." Yeah, he's ridiculous. I have to laugh too--or I will cry. This moron is running my country!!!

Tauriel, your idea sounds great. Thanks.

Any more ideas?
 
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