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Reasons why George W. Bush is a piece of crap


He is for the republicans

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1. Wiseguy19 (25) , on 11/12/2005 7:23:00 PM, said:

...and the left just keep stepping in it.

I see some of RIAs brightest on this list, and they dont seem to think there is much relevance to this weblist. Then why post??

I enjoy stupid lists like these.

  (2 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
2. abichara (33) , on 9/24/2005 2:38:00 PM, said:

And what was the excellent reasoning which lead you to this conclusion?
  (4 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
3. Redoedo (24) , on 9/22/2005 1:55:00 AM, said:

What an intellectually stimulating list.
  (8 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
4. twinmom101 (26) , on 8/22/2005 9:12:00 AM, said:

No, really?! Yet another stupid web-list.
  (7 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
5. Flick01 (51) , on 8/18/2005 7:46:00 PM, said:

I want to make sure that I understand the intentions of the list maker so let's look over the candidates from the last presidential election. When John Kerry promoted the ideas of the Democratic party I guess that I am supposed to believe that was simply good solid politics. When Michael Badnarik the Libertarian candidate, Ralph Nader of the Reform Party, David Cobb of the Green Party, and Michael Peroutka of the Constitution Party all promote their ideas I am supposed to think of them as viable third party candidates who have fresh ideas for solving our problems. When Leonard Peltier of the Peace and Freedom Party, Gene Amondson of the Concerns of People (Prohibition) Party, Bill Van Auken of the Socialist Equality Party, Charles Jay of the Personal Choice Party, Walt Brown of the Socialist Party, John Parker of the Workers World Party and Roger Calero of the Socialist Workers Party all promote their ideas I am supposed to think of them as alternatives with legitimate points of view. But when George Bush promotes the Republican Party and its ideas then I am supposed to consider him a piece of crap. Have I got that right? It is weblists such as this as well as its author which make me believe that there are some people who should wear a doorbell on their forehead so that we can see if anyone is home before we waste our time having a conversation with them.
  (9 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
6. Donovan (51) , on 8/18/2005 3:35:00 PM, said:

And that's a bad thing because????
  (7 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
7. CanadaSucks (12) , on 8/18/2005 3:04:00 PM, said:

. . .I wish he was a republican. Controlled spending? Whoops. . .hasn't vetoed anything regarding huge spending increases while in office. Less government? Whoops. . .the patriot act breezes through without any real dialouge about serious Constitutional issues. Conserative-American centrism? Whoops. . .dubya wants illegals to have citizenship to help companies artificially keep wages low thus kicking the middle class in the crotch. Dubya would make a fine republican if he'd stop listening to the voices in his head because the intelligence failures and flops in DC are there and a matter of public record. When do you people yell 'enough'? What does it take?
  (4 people found this comment helpful, 2 did not)
8. CastleBee (55) , on 8/18/2005 11:48:00 AM, said:

Really, oh - say it isn't SO!
  (6 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
9. MissPackRat (18) , on 8/17/2005 10:00:00 PM, said:

True, he is Republican -- but that is certainly no reason to refer to someone in this manner. Nobody should call any politician, whether Democrat or Republican (and I've repeated many times that there is good AND bad in BOTH), offensive names such as this merely because his/her party is not to their liking. I personally believe every politician, no matter what party he/she comes from, needs prayer, not shallow name-calling.

Now, I am what's known as a NON-PARTISAN -- which means that I base my vote on the collective ideas of a given candidate, not whether the person is Republican or Democrat.

  (5 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
10. genghis the hun (59) , on 8/17/2005 9:44:00 PM, said:

Well, for Pete sakes, our Presidents are going to be for one party or the other. I am shocked, SHOCKED, to find out that the President favors his political party!
  (12 people found this comment helpful, 0 did not)
11. irishgit (61) , on 8/17/2005 5:13:00 PM, said:

As far as I'm concerned, here's another list that can be best summed up by:

Move along folks, nothing to see here.

  (10 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
12. Jed1000 (31) , on 8/17/2005 9:55:00 AM, said:

To quote the great American philosopher Lindsay Lohan.. Well, duh. You can fault the man for many things - and I do - but you can't fault any president for supporting his own party. How weird would that be if he didn't? In his defense and in the interest of fairness, the man made it clear what you'd be voting for if you voted for him. Well, maybe except for one thing. He stressed that he'd have a bipartisan administration and he hasn't come anywhere near trying to acheive that.
  (6 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
13. numbah_16_td_haha (65) , on 8/16/2005 3:55:00 PM, said:

Ain't party politics a pisser?
  (6 people found this comment helpful, 1 did not)
14. thechallenger (1) , on 8/16/2005 2:55:00 PM, said:

If this doesnt prove it than nothing else will he and the republicans are like a cult a gang they follow this piece of garbage and support him and laugh there ass of while he continues to drive America straight to hell.The people who support him are no better than he is as a matter of fact they are worse because they did not have enough sense in ther head to realize what Bush has done to this country to the American people you know what i think it is I think they do realize but they dont care how many innocent people must die how many more families must be ripped apart before the Americans who voted him in wake up and realize they made a mistake and when they finally do it will be to late.Before Bush is done with his presidency we will be lucky if there is anything left in America that is good.
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