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Old 07-13-2007, 05:23 PM   #46
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Re: The legacy of 'W'?

Yet another liberal warpath bash the President thread.
Nothing to see here folks.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:24 PM   #47
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Re: The legacy of 'W'?

History cites Harding as a particularly bad President... not so much individually, but he couldn't control the scandals within his administration. Also, "I am not fit for this office and never should have been here" is not a reassuring line from the leader of the free world.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:27 PM   #48
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Yet another liberal warpath bash the President thread.
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I think we're having a good discussion here actually. Maybe you should take the time to read the posts before passing judgment.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:35 PM   #49
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Yet another liberal warpath bash the President thread.
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Actually, this discussion has been going pretty well. A lot of good perspectives.

As for me in judging his legacy, I can honestly say that I have experienced no change in my quality of life since Bush took over. The same can be said of my life during the Clinton era as well. Neither president caused me any degree of suffering due to whatever various policies were implemented. This is why I don't vote and I probably never will. I really could care less who's in charge as long as it's not a merciless overlord that enslaves us all to do his/her bidding.
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If we're going to give him credit for low unemployment and interest rate are we going to give him credit for mortgaging the future for temporary high? To be reduced to borrowing from the Chinese is an absolute low.

I'm interested to know who in here manages their personal finances the way the U.S. manages it's finances.
I tell you what...you show me how this is affect me you and the country as a whole, then that post will be of significance to me. Cause right now, it's just a number with no repercussions. Has been so for decades and decades and decades.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:42 PM   #51
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I think we're having a good discussion here actually. Maybe you should take the time to read the posts before passing judgment.
I think one of his points is that it's all been said before. Which it has. Although SBF, I seem to be the only one defending the president, I need some help. COME BACK!!!
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:44 PM   #52
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Historians will view him negatively, but they're all Liberals. He doesn't care and neither do I because he has only done what was necessary and proper.

As for the "mountain of controversy" in 2000, it exists only in the minds of the losers. Close, yes. Controversial? Only to the extent that Al Gore tried to steal the election by doing a selective recount and excluding military votes and making sure their fellow Dems on the Florida Supreme Court (Barbara Pariente must be the dumbest woman I've ever seen on television) didn't allow the vote to be certified until they had pulled off the theft.

If I take a dump in the middle of the Christmas Parade, it wouild be somewhat misleading for me to then describe that parade as having been "controversial" in the passive voice.
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:45 PM   #53
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I really could care less who's in charge as long as it's not a merciless overlord that enslaves us all to do his/her bidding.
Well let's just hope no mods from Tampa Bay Bucs boards run for President
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Old 07-13-2007, 05:51 PM   #54
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I think we're having a good discussion here actually. Maybe you should take the time to read the posts before passing judgment.
You ASSUME far too much there big boy.

I read the threads.

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Old 07-13-2007, 05:55 PM   #55
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You ASSUME far too much there big boy.

I read the threads.

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Well if you've read the posts and still want to generalize this as a typical liberal warpath (whatever that means) thread, then I really can't help you.

There is no one on this thread who has posted any nonsensical W beats his wife and shoots up with his daughters posts
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...W beats his wife and shoots up with his daughters..
Film at Eleven.
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Film at Eleven.
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And the thread is still young.

It'll happen and I'll bet my right leg on it.

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Old 07-13-2007, 06:25 PM   #58
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i think Bush came to office with a very hard time. namely 9/11. he dealt with it pretty well in the beginning and i think the job is not finished. terrorism is still bad.

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I tell you what...you show me how this is affect me you and the country as a whole, then that post will be of significance to me. Cause right now, it's just a number with no repercussions. Has been so for decades and decades and decades.
In the words of the venerable Rick James "I'm rich, bitch!" At least I'd like to be. I'm a bit concerned about inflation and U.S. economy tanking as it is the core engine that drives the world economy.

Enough about me and on to the real issue. The issue is whether we should concern ourselves with the future of the generations that will follow and whether we want to leave them in a financial hole.
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In the words of the venerable Rick James "I'm rich, bitch!" At least I'd like to be. I'm a bit concerned about inflation and U.S. economy tanking as it is the core engine that drives the world economy.

Enough about me and on to the real issue. The issue is whether we should concern ourselves with the future of the generations that will follow and whether we want to leave them in a financial hole.

The U.S economy will tank but probably not before 2009. Have fun Hillary!
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