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  • I think he is an uneducated buffoon who is in the wrong line of work...
  • ... fortunately, he had a higher grade average (and at the same university!) than John Kerry. Who is also in the wrong line of work.
  • I think he got into grad school because of nepotism. If he had a thought, it would be lonely. I think he needs to hire a better speech writer and stick to the speech...so he doesn't make America/Americans look any stupider than he already has. His analytic abilities are pitiful, if they exist at all. His understanding of social science, history, geopolitics, and basic grammar are atrocious and humiliating. His inability and unwillingness to admit to his own limitations, mistakes, or to even compromise make politics one of the worst career choices he could have made. He is so sure he is right that he won't even budge. Example of pitiful understanding of social science: IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD, there has not been a country that has gone from dictatorship to democracy in 3 years or less when the democratic push comes from external forces. Democracy evolves as a result of internal forces, and a strong capitalist economy. The only exceptions are India (occupied by England for 200+ years), and Japan (Marshall Plan). Any attempts to do what Bush tried to do with Iraq categorically fail. Those who do not learn from history are doomed to repeat it. ******************** Ok, so for those who have rated down my personal opinion...please explain to me what part of this is inaccurate in response to the question. The question asks what individuals think of him.
  • i love him.. too bad they can only serve two terms.
  • BUSH is the MAN!! I think we should attack more Countries!!! no he's not flipping off a US Citizen! i believe is is facing the direction of Iraq!
  • I had such hope for him when he stood on top of a pile of rubble surrounded by firemen after 9/11. He seemed like he could be a president loved by many people at that moment. Now I hope against hope that he isn't remembered as the man that started a war that will never end. It will be a long time before I feel safe travelling as an American in many parts of the world again. I don't think he created the danger -- but I do think he made it much worse.
  • I think he is an idiot, he can't string together one proper sentence, and makes americans look even stupider than people already think they are. I also hate what he has put my country through (uk)
  • I have a weird instinctive reaction when I see Bush on TV- he kind of makes me feel very angry and want to laugh all at the same time. There's just something about the way he speaks and the things he says that manages to give the impression that he's kind of - well- not all there. Maybe it is just an impression, but I do find it quite frightening that someone who doesn't seem to be the full whack is currently the most powerful man in the world.
  • I think he's probably a nice person if you get him a job within his capabilities. Stress tends to bring out the worst in all of us, and its hard to imagine a more stressful job than his. So I try to be understanding and kind in my assessment of him -- clearly he wasn't the smartest kid in his class, but I think he really wants to do good. Unfortunately lots of good intentions go awry when we don't understand the forces which operate in an area, and that seems to be the basic problem here.
  • I think that Mr Bush has been used by less scrupulous people for their own ends. That he has allowed this to happen does not speak too favourably of him. There are choices that we have to make in life, and the choice to go to war in Afghanistan was understandable. However, he caved in to certain voices in his administration when it came to Iraq, and I think history will not look kindly on his administration. My father often told me there can only be one Captain on a ship, and he is responsible for all his crew. Mr Bush should take back his responsibility and try to be a leader until the end of his term, then hand over a country that is again understood by the world, and not one that is loathed by so many.
  • It's amazing how many people think of him as a blundering idiot who doesn't know two plus two and can't make a single reasonable argument about anything! What the heck? Why can't you guys see that he's a genuinely good man who cares deeply for this nation's (USA) welfare (which includes our allies) and for the welfare of the rest of the world? Everything seems to be Bush's fault when the Left gets a hold of it, but you don't seem to realize that he has a lot less power than everyone seems to think he does. Lemme be frank, here: If I had a choice of hanging out with President Bush, dv_iii, or no one at all, I'd most definitely choose the President (no one at all would have been my second choice). If I were to pick one thing he could do better, it would have to be his assertiveness to the American public and to the world. Can you imagine what kind of situation we'd be in if John Kerry were president? Holy crap. Okay? Holy. Crap. We'd be so Leftified, we would have had so many more successful terrorist attacks within our borders, it isn't remotely funny. Uh-huh. That's right. Bush's system WORKS. It's already prevented between five and fifteen attacks since it was implemented, but you're not gonna see that on CNN, now are you? *Sigh* To make a long answer short, the President is a great man doing a great job (I am horrified to think what would have happened if I had been elected). If you don't agree with that, at least level with me here: he IS the lesser of two evils.
  • What a knob!
  • I do not know him personally so all I can judge him by are his actions and the actions of the people he surrounds himself with. I am disgusted by him on every level. He has done so much harm in the name of oil and the mighty dollar and used the word "freedom" to cover his evil deeds. Now he has signed the Military Commissions Act taking away habeas corpus -all because he was able to convince people to be afraid - be afraid of terrorists, be afraid of each other - it's complete insanity.
  • Well, he is what I like to call a comedy politician. Every good government needs one, or it just wouldn't be right. However, they should never have any significant power, and that is where George Bush has gone wrong. I think everyone would love him if he was just that funny idiot in charge of welfare for terracota pots, but not in charge of a country. He should be like what Boris Johnson is to the Labour Party! This is Boris Johnson:
  • I think the only smart thing he's done is make Cheney his vice president, that will be the only thing saving him from impeachment. No one wants to see Cheney take over, what a scary thought. I'm really getting tired of people down rating opinions
  • I think we are lucky to have him. He is honest. He has made some decisions that have been relentlessly 'demonized' by the leftist media. But taking on Saddam in post 9/11 era is just about the only thing an American president could do under the circumstances and is totally justified. Saddam continued to play games with WMD inspectors right up to the invasion. He was told TIME AFTER TIME, cooperate with inspections or we will invade. Bush got approval of congress. The UN was 'divided' (turns out the French and Russian vetoes were because they didn't want anyone to discover what they were doing with Saddam and oil for food). Saddam defied this international mandate for inspections and continued to play games with the inspectors. We had to choose to allow him to continue WMD development or PHYSICALLY stop him. (Saying please doesn't work with these dictator types.) The US is NOT going to allow a petty and murderous dictator (hundreds of thousands tortured and killed by him) aquire WMDs that might fall into the hands of terrorists. Please don't tell me about civillian Iraqi deaths in this war. The numbers do not come close to Saddams abuses - and MOST of the Iraqi dead were in fact Saddams army and other thugs, as well as latter day aremed Jihadists. Luckily we stopped Saddam BEFORE he developed new weapons (he had already gassed the Kurds, so WMDs are a GIVEN). He DID have NEW programs in progress to develop them. He DID have ties to terrorist groups and there WERE terrorist training grounds in Iraq. The invasion of Iraq is justified just on human rights grounds alone. If it was not justified, the Balkan invasion by the EU wasn't either. Are you people saying that we should look the other way whenever ANY dictator wants to abuse his people - regardless of the scope and scale of the slaughter? What happened to you 'liberals'? In the case of Saddam we had 4 primary causes: Massive human rights violations Prior pattern of invading Neutral neighbors Terrorist training camps and money support Relentless pattern of WMD research and hiding from inspectors. The authorization allowing war from Congress did not say there was a 'certainty' of finding a WMD. It mentioned many grievances. If 9/11 had occured with a nuke instead of mere airplanes we would have seen 2,000,000 dead instead of 2,000. There would have been NO ONE coming down the stairs before the collapse. No time to evacuate. Instant devastation for about 1 mile diameter around WTC. Those in the UK too should realize, that if the Jihadists could have their way, it would not have been small bombs on your trains, but weapons of a much more potent variety. Does anyone get the difference? Does anyone not understand that the cost of this war might be much less than the cost of NOT having this war?
  • I believe he is a good man with a heart of gold and the courage to stand up for his beliefs. I also believe that he has no place in power, either politically or economically. He is either easilly swayed by those around him and/or a small-minded child who fails to see the consequences of his actions. (I prefer to think of him as a child as the alternative is to think that he intentionally set out to destroy our nation and I seriously doubt that.) If it wasn't for George Senior and his influential friends, this drunken cokehead C-student would've went to Vietnam. as noted above he is a much better person three decades later, but back then...
  • He's pushing america on the wrong side, he declared war and we still have american casaulties, he was rated the worst president since nixon according to some business that i forgot. he's doing more wrong than right. I can not beleive that he is president right now, I'd rather have a dead man be the president than bush.
  • I like hima and I think he is doing a good job.
  • Ah G.W. I used to hate him blindly, loathe him and revile him, I got drunk and depressed when he was re-elected. Then I did some research. I sought biased sources in favor of Bush and sources biased against Bush and those mystical sources that tried ever so hard to be 'neutral'. While I am no longer a blind Bush hater I do not support him. Looking through his history, looking at the choices he made, it is my opinion he should never have been the republican candidate for presidency. I will not say he's evil, nor will I say he's an idiot, I have a feeling he's about as smart as your average joe and if you want to go by his public speeches and his GPA then I think that confirms it. He was not successful in business and had skipped out on the vietnam war. Upon entering office he surrounded himself with people more accustomed to running business rather than countries or war. He showed more vigor and enthusiasm in researching Christian philosophy than educating himself for a life of politics. As for the war in Iraq, it's pointless to debate it, we're there, this is going on now, and there is likely more value to gain in debating the future than whether or not we should have invaded. I think the president botched his re-election in that he had an opportunity to improve things. Instead he has Rumsfeld in charge, a man who has ignored the advice of three and four star generals and has never had any previous involvement with ground military operations. He helped Karl Rove get away with a virtual slap on the wrist for a crime that would be considered treason during wartime (Federal law dictates it gets capital punishment) and while it could have been a slip made in anger and frustration and completely unintentional something more should have been done involving him. On a smaller scale he allowed logging companies to clearcut 5% of the Tongass National Rainforest. Rainforest that is my home, rainforest where there were no plans for re-forestation. He's made choices that effectively press his religious beliefs on the people of America and under one circumstance early in his career practically admited as much. He cut federal funding of safe sex and birthcontrol programs saying people shouldn't be having sex before marriage and when they are married they shouldn't be trying to not have children. As said these acts pale against other issues but I still consider them significant enough to take into account. We could also go into what he has done with the constitution, the loopholes he's created to practically allow torture, and the lovely recent event that would allow you or I to be arrested and detained for no reason whatsoever. These are dangerous changes and I hope the next president be s/he democrat or republican changes. For all these reasons and more I think George W. Bush should never have been president. I believe he loves this country and is trying to do what he thinks is right, and there are some things I agree with him on, but I think he's making bad decisions. There are rich boy businessmen playing at war when there should be people who know war. Times like this I wish Colin Powell ran for president as I think his credentials and experience would have made him more fitting for Iraq than Bush. Thankfully this flawed two party system of ours is one of cycles. One party holds power for a period then the other. I think this is necessary for the survival of our two party demorepublic country, for should either power hold sway for too long then things decay, rot, fester. I think it's the democratic parties turn, in another decade let the pendulum shift, it has to. Sorry if that rant was a little excessive. It is my opinion however.
  • I feel that GW ia definately in the wrong line of work. He has tried and failed. I have been in the supervisory field all my life and don't understand some of decisions he has made , but understand that he was put in that postion by us the Voters. I can't imagine how hard his job is. The only thing I could suggest as a supervisor is begin to train him for a different field so he's not left high and dry. I will start this process by asking the first QWuestion (stated below) to see if he can handle the job I have in mind. Feel free to add Questions to ask in comments Thank you and best of luck GW.... Question #1 ( Can you repeat this phrase in a clear and polite voice? ) ~~~ Would you like fries with that order ? ~~~
  • Bush is no idiot. He knows what he is doing. While the entire world is mesmerized by his debacle in Iraq, he is quietly dismantling the EPA, the tax code, our world reputation, and our civil rights. He's an arogant aristocrat who is using fear, uncertainty, and doubt to manipulate the patriotic people of this country into redistributing the wealth of this country into his oligarchy. In 2000, I really wanted to be a Republican. I made a decent amount of money and I wanted a small, efficent federal government that would not turn our nation into a welfare state. Then Bush won the primary (by starting rumors about McCain) and I thought, "Ok, Gore seems reasonable enough.". Then he "won" the election and I thought, "Well, we'll sweat it out for four years and hope he doesn't do too much damage." Then came Iraq and the fear mongering and I can't believe how many idiots are STILL buying it and now it's going to take decades to undo all of the damage that he's done behind the scenes. He's the worse kind of evil. He does it with a sincere smile on his face.
  • I used to hate him but he's just so sad and pathetic, now I mostly pity him. I like to think of myself as a Populist Democrat (which some people will think is redundant), however I don't think that everyone who's a member of the GOP is the absolute devil, like many of my cohorts do. What really chaps my a$$ about Bush is this whole better-than-thou attitude, like he was placed in office by Divine Mandate (and not voter fraud ;). That smug, smirking attitude...blech. What really drove me up a wall was the press conference he held after the Democrats took Congress-"To our enemies-do not rejoice!" or "People of America, do not be afraid". And then he follows up with the whole "now is the time to work together and put aside partisan politics"-where was this attitude when the GOP controlled Congress? I don't seem to remember him asking everyone to be nonpartisan then. Also the whole pro-life and pro-death penalty thing always used to make me wonder.
  • We are lucky to have had Bush and not Gore or Kerry. He is honest and made many of the correct and tough decisions (nonetheless unpopular decisions since most people have NO CLUE about what's happening in the world.) Modern Democrats have no vision other than 'appease terrorists and dictator states who sponsor it' and 'raise taxes, raise taxes'. They are 'stuck on stupid'.
  • I think he's hilarious. Though I am a bit concerned he managed to become President, at least he gives us a few laughs. As opposed to Tony Blair, who isn't funny, just stupid.
  • Edit: This answer was meant as a response to someone elses' statement - I hit the wrong button.
  • i think we need a new president.
  • Personally i don't like him, and i can't wait for him to be out of office. It's just that i don't agree on the war, i think america and George Bush are just making matters worse and making the terrorist hate us even more. i bet after the troops are pulled out of iraq and Afganistan we get hit by terrorists. i bet some people agree with me too. :-/
  • not too much. i believe it was a differant country that caused 9/11.i may be wrong.why didn't he go after them?
  • For what it's worth and I'm not American. But I consider him an embarresment, to America and to the human race. He stikes me as an ignorant buffoon who doesn't know what he's talking about and will come up nonsense causes for carrying out unspeakable actions.
  • he is the best presedent weve ever had. he got rid of Saddam Husseen.
  • I don't understand the hatred towards Bush - the reasons people give for hating George Bush are absurd. For the most part they hate him for things that are not true, or things over which the president has no control. Most commonly, they say they hate him because he lied. Ha!! If lying were such a big deal to them, they would have hated Bill Clinton to the end of the Earth. But no... they loooooove Bill Clinton. And as much as they talk about President Bush lying, they cannot come up with a single lie that he has told. As their prime example of a Bush lie, the wanna-believers refer to the president's state of the union address in 2003. They repeat what the press reported numerous times: "Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." There are two problems with that example. First, it is not a lie; and second, that is not what the president said. What the president actually said was: "The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa." No matter; the Democrats believe that George Bush lied. There are dozens of web sites touting Bush lies. Heck, there is even a book about the Bush lies. So you'd think that somebody would be able to document just one lie he told, wouldn't you? But nope; not one. What does that tell you? Of course, it is not the alleged lie that bothers them. Their hatred is irrational. They use the alleged lie merely as a basis for their hate, albeit a false basis. Lies do not really matter to those who lead with their feelings; neither do facts. But it does make them FEEL better about their hatred. Bush is alright. It's Tony Blair y'all should be complaining about!
  • I think he can be a good person deep down, but has let the power trip of the presidency get to his head, which spun out of control causing all the problems we as a country have now. I don't think after him any other members of his family will be elected to office again.
  • I use to believe that it didn't matter what my skin color was and that if I worked hard enough I could achieve/be anything. Somehow watching Americans elect Bush twice (with ALL the evidence of his inability to do the job well) I've become discouraged, disillusioned and feel so incredibly foolish for believing what I once did. What do I think of him? He's probably just as imperfect as the rest of us. I just wish he'd been more able to use his life of privilege to become more present.
  • Him as a person? I have nothing against him. Him as the representative of our entire country? Not so comforting to me, I must admit. I do not believe he is a wonderful president however I do not believe he is a terrible person either. But I most definately will be glad when he is out of office.
  • Just another, conceited rich boy who grew up privileged, within a masters of the universe microcosmic bubble. He probably alway felt above the law, and since he "found the lord" his sense of righteous justification knows no bounds, because god is on HIS side! His number one priority is looking after his own, and they aren't the average, honest Americans that are so trusting of their leaders either; they are the rich and powerful, like him. He has never known hardship, or had doors of opportunity permanently closed to him, so he can't have a sense of values that are representative of his people, because he has never been down there with them in any true sense. Finally, (and I realise I'm going to attract a storm of down-rating, but I don't care) he is a war criminal, and a hypocrite of the worst kind, for holding himself aloft as a shining example of morality, while being responsible for the deaths of countless thousands of men, women, children and babies!! ( Okay trolls, let's rock!!!)
  • the worest president ever!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Let's see....such a low hanging fruit kind of question..... Do you mean besides the fact that he's one of the few oil men in Texas NOT to find any oil? Or do you mean besides the fact that when he was a baseball team owner he TRADED SAMMY SOSA? Or do you mean besides the fact that he doesn't have the brain power to fuel a tiny weenie motorcycle around the insides of a Cherio? Or maybe you mean besides the wonderful things he's done during his terms as president. And those are? It's a trick question huh?
  • I used to think very highly of him.......... Until a couple of months ago, when I found out that he is being very instrumental in forging a Canada-Mexico-USA merged country. The North American Union. [sarcasm] Gee, we'll have a NEW CONSTITUTION (no guns, I'll bet), new money (The Amero dollar). Wow, and NO BORDERS ! [sarcasm/]
  • I try not to think of Dubya, because he makes me sad, angry, frustrated.
  • Well Al Gore is no better but he got my vote. Any president that cannot pull off a speech that was written for him needs to find a new career
  • I voted for him last election, that say a lot.
  • I can't stand George dubya. He is an absolute idiot. He probably pushes old ladies out of the way to get to the ice cream truck.
  • To be fair, I think Bush did what was in his capacity to handle a far more turbulent world that did not necessarily view the USA as the leading superpower. Therefore it would have been his adherence to GOP policies that has caused this rigid unwavering position to stay in Iraq even as the so-called 'victory' seems around the corner, always around the corner. What I think of Bush, is therefore an average man who got caught in events far greater than his ability to handle, perhaps even for the entire GOP.
  • I think how George W. Bush is perceived boils down to two different possibilities. First, it could be that the balance has shifted from reasonably intelligent people in this country, to the dumming down having tipped things the other way. If that's correct, then we have a situation where idiots rule and we're done for. Another possibility could be that we all suffer from some psychological madady that not only prevents us from coming to grips with the fact that we allowed this clown to get into the white House, but also explains the continuing suppport that he does receive. Classic denial kind of stuff. Of course it could also be the boogy man conspiracy answer to how all this has happened. Who knows for sure? After 9-11 we all probably became, to greater or lessor extents, clinically depressed and reached for the fear button. Too bad we can't push the reset button and try this again. I've got to believe things would have been different had we all not gone into shock. Good luck to us. StraightArrow
  • I really like Bush, I think he's done what he can with the war and everything else. Of course he's gotten a bad rap for the War but I think it had to be done and I'm sure if there was a way to avoid it he would have. So I really like him because he's not afraid of the anti war groups who would rather have another million people die in the states.
  • Meh. A figurehead is a figurehead. You don't actually think voting republican or democrat makes a difference, do you?
  • I don't care for him at all. He is spending billions in Iraq, but his party wants to "reform" social security and a lot of great social programs. I have never seen so much money wasted like what we are pouring into Iraq. I think he will be remember as a failure. Even members of his own party want nothing to do with him and are sad they ever put him in power.
  • I actually like him. I dont think he did that bad, and I think the reason that most people do, is because someone they know told them all kinds of garbage about him. I'm not an expert in politics, but I definitely think he's better than a lot of presidents. If he could run for a third term, I would definitely vote for him again.
  • What is that supposed to mean?! I do have an oponion on his policies and his public image, but not on him as a person.
  • I don't know him personally, so I cannot say whether or not I would like him. His ways, however, are deplorable. I think that history will remember him even more harshly than it does Richard Nixon.
  • I have a hard enough time keeping up with myself and my own ways, I have very little time for him. But I would tend towards no on both accounts, for one thing, he's a human being, and more importantly....a human being with more power than me, that's grounds for distrust alone.
  • Stupid is as stupid does.
  • He's either a puppet of some hidden group with a hidden agenda for the world(Illuminati?) or America is completely retarded for putting a trigger happy idiot in charge of potentially a global "super-power". Either way I just wanna spit roast him along with Tony Blair so they can both go and see Satan to have a 3 way arse kissing competition.
  • It's like watching a 3 year old run our country. It seems funny but, at the same time I get mad cause I know my son who is 3 could do a batter job.
  • I am a die hard republican, so I automaticall like Bush, has he made some wrong desicions, yes, has he made right ones yes
  • he's got alot of pressure on him...poor guy
  • I think he has been surrounded by bad advice and wanted to seek vengeance for what Hussein did to his father while President of the US. He is probably doing the best he can, under the circumstances. Unfortunate circumstances exist that he has brought the US into for questionable reasons. He can't be as stupid as the media represents him, but his actions are difficult to understand.
  • Incompetent, bad, bad President.
  • Not a lot.
  • No, I think he is the antichrist.
  • Not me!!! Nor do I care for our Prime Minister, John Howard - Australia(always sucking up Bushes ass!) (:D
  • Bit of a silly question. 95% of us will say 'He's a complete moron'. I am one of those 95%
  • err...well...i dont believe a lot of people will after what he has gone and done - have you ever watched farenheight 911 by micheal moore - id advise you to watch it and any other moore films!
  • not meeeee
  • Actually I find him to be personally likable, although I disagree with many of his policies and didn't vote for him. I think he'd be a fun person to have at a family dinner table, as long as we stay away from the usual hot button topics (politics, religion, and Paris Hilton) You generally don't win the BIG popularity contest -- being president -- unless you have at least some personal charisma.
  • He is my President, so I support my President. I support the majority of his policies as well.
  • He makes me laugh thats for sure! He's a joke others included
  • Not me. But I don't like a lot of people, including Fidel Castro (but I do like his beard). I don't like Rupert Murdoch, I don't like Stalin either. I don't like you, and I don't like the way you're looking at me. So begone!
  • He's not on my Christmas card list, let's put it that way.
  • not at all.
  • NOT ME!!!
  • Yes, And I voted for him. Go ahead and hate me!
  • I think that he is a likeable guy who may not have made the best moves in his presidential career.
  • yes, because he ain't as stupid as he looks.
  • --Whites (not meaning all whites; meaning relatively few of his supporters are anything BUT white) --Wealthy people --men more than women, but no longer even a majority of men --Diebold, and other manufacturers of electronic voting machines which do not work, are easily tampered with, cannot be audited, and do not leave a paper trail of evidence of what votes were REALLY cast --corporations, particularly very large corporations; he hasn't been much of a friend to small business --insurance and pharmaceutical companies, which know he won't do anything to interfere with their rapacious profits --brokerage firms, who are not only delighted with the cutbacks on regulation and regulation enforcement he's put into place, but drool all over themselves with joy, imagining the profits they'll rake in if he manages to "privatize" Social Security --polluters and lumber companies, who are thrilled by his rollback of environmental protections --the oil industry --war profiteers such as Halliburton, arms merchants, and the untold thousands of "contractors" (meaning mercenaries; soldiers for hire at ten times what our real soldiers get) --Christian evangelicals and millenialists, and any religious group which favors his plan to take tax money from citizens by force to give it to churches, to replace the funding churches can't get voluntarily from their own members --his "enemies" like President Hugo Chavez of Venezuela; every time Bush criticizes Chavez, Chavez becomes MORE popular in his home country, not less --and so on. A great many people are profiting from the Bush Administration, though the country as a whole is incurring terrible loss and damage.
  • He actually seems as if he is quite a pleasant guy , it is his policies that come into question, that is where the disagreements start.
  • Not me, sorry. I think he has made some fatal mistakes, without listening to, or ignoring his own Intel. These have undoubtedly weakened the US.
  • The very wealthy, and the very Christian. Edit: Hey when did this question change and why the crap do you keep rating me down GodSquad? Let me modify my answer then to I don't, but the very wealthy and very Christian Americans certainly do.
  • He is my President, and I voted for him twice. I think maybe he isn't the strongest politician out here (duh!) BUT I think his intentions are good, and he was the lesser of the evils if you will. I like him just fine indeed!
  • I did vote for George as the lesser of two evils. I just could not vote for the vice-president who invented the Internet. However unfortunate George's speaking ability may be, I do give him credit for attempting to finish a war left incomplete by his father. Then again, perhaps it was another case of mistaken identity and George was trying to say “Iran”.
  • Those who like George Bush are those who want a return to "Little House on the Prairie" type of life style.
  • I'm a supporter of the President. I can proudly say I voted for him.
  • My dislike for him has been growing and growing. I disliked him enough not to vote for him or support him, ever. And I thought that could never change. But the more words come out of his mouth, the more and more respect I lose for him. Hey, I don't know the guy. But it's impossible for me to say I like him.
  • I DO!!!!!
  • As a Canadian and someone who can be completely un-biased, I think George Dubbya is the anti-christ. I saw a post where someone said they thought he was being used by "less scrupulous people for their own ends" No offense intended but you gotta wake up. He IS the less scrupulous people that are using the american public for their own ends. let me ask the American public a Question. What happened to Osama? In the quest for "WMD's" and suddam every one seems to have forgotten about the man behind 9/11. What's the matter? osama doesn't have any oil? Wake up america and realize whats going on around you. George, dick and all his ultra rich friends and family have been making billions off of war and suffering since before world war 2. Never mind the fact that he is not the righfully elected president of the united states. anti-christ.
  • I think only Goerge Bush does.
  • To be Honest i think ol' Georgey boy is not as evil as people make him out to be. A lot of Nation's political Leaders have made poor descions but the media seems to love attacking George Bush. Im not sure if this is because he is one of the most powerful men in the world, or people Generally just dislike him. However i would have to say some of George's Decisions have been "less than stupid". In conclusion you have to ask yourself if he's such a bad leader than how did he become president of the United States?
  • He is the worst public speaker I have ever heard. I listened to him give the State of the Union Address four years ago and have not been able to stand listening to him ever since because even as a ninth grader I found so many things wrong with it.
  • nononononononononononononononono no no no NO!
  • I like him.
  • I love George Bush. I stand behind him. I voted for him, because I don't think anyone else knows how this country should really be run. Most of them don't know what to say, because they go back and forth on what they believe in. George Bush hasn't gone back and forth, he has been straight forward, and penalized for it. The rest have said, I am for the war, I am against the war, I am for it, I am against it. I don't like the fact that we have to have war, because I wish that we could all just live in peace. America is not all that great with people killing people and for what reasons, drugs, money, etc. What about in the other countries they don't have as much freedom as us. They don't vote, in some countries women if their face is seen, they are killed. It is hard and we are just trying to help others have a free country like we fought for this country to be, in the Revolutionary War. If we would of gave up then, then this country would be ruled by England for I don't know how long.
  • Ooooo, oooo, I do, I do. He's my daily dose of funny for the day. Never mis-underestimate the hilarity of randomly making up your own words! My grandmother doesn't even claim him :) She refers to him as "yall's President." As in "Well, did you hear about what yall's President did this week?"
  • I like him and i believe he was a strong president, i voted for him and i would vote for him again if he could run for a third term.
  • Uhhh...how about me and half (or more) the country?
  • Are you serious??? He has only about a 30-35% approval rate!
  • Considering that there a literally millions of 'Bushisms', i feel that if he were to become ill and then happen to die as a result 2 billion people would systematically cheer
  • I don;t know. I don;t know the man
  • Very little, and none of it positive. Lucky for me he is not the leader of my country (although my Prime Minister is a great fan *choke* of Bush).

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