Sunday, May 6, 2007

As seen on another's blog

I have to agree with a lot of this... sadly. I can't wait for 08. We need a change. I just don't know if we're going to get a good change. I'm trying to remain hopeful.

Bush's Failure after Failure:
1-) War in Iraq. 2-) Failure of Intelligence before and after the war. 3-) Osama Bin Laden is still on the run. 4-) Back in 2004 Bush paid radio personality Armstrong Williams and syndicated columnist Maggie Gallagher to promote the Bush agenda. 5-) Distribution of false television news segments about the effects of drug use among young people. 6-) The use of church sermons to promote Bush during the 2004 election. 7-) Enron scandal and its connections to the Bush government. 8-) Trillions in debt. Who does Bush think will pay for our trillions of dollars of debt? 9-) Valerie Plame leak. 10-) Tom DeLay-Jack Abramoff money trail. 11-) Abu Ghraib torture. 12-) Medicare for senior citizens is a mess. 13-) Hurricane Katrina/FEMA disaster. 14-) Blatant cronyism from Bush on down. 15-) He nominated an unqualified indentured servant, Harriet Miers, for the Supreme Court. 16-) 6 east coast ports would have been protected by Dubai agency; but, because of the controversy that ensued, Dubai withdrew their bid. 17-) Bush approved a deal under which a Dubai-owned company would take control of 9 plants in the United States that manufacture parts for American military vehicles and aircraft. 18-) Telephone wiretapping. 19-) Civil War in Iraq. 20-) Never admits to have made a mistake. 21-) Darfur help against genocide came 3 years and 300,000 deaths too late. 22-) Closed doors meetings between Cheney and the energy moguls. The oil companies announcing billions in profits in 2005. The price of gas going through the roof for consumers. 23-) Haditha = Vietnam at its worst redux. Innocents killed because our soldiers are stretched physically and emotionally to their limits and more. "And the list is not finished yet..." "But you are not reporting the good news?" "Which are... hmmm? I guess there are no good news!"

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