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Bush's Middle East Hopes

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Submitted by Kim Segar (United States), Jan 17, 2008 at 08:26

I too started out thinking and believing Bush was a good man. But his first mistake was to even try to put a so called state on Israel's Covenant land. That right there was a challenging G-d. Second, making his self the dictator of the world. Pushing what he says is his idea against America where we are a Republic, therefore the PEOPLE are the government. He decided they weren't, and then he took the same policy to the Middle East to try and shove democracy down Islam's throat even though they have told him they would never accept it as it would be calling Islam a lie.

He is so busy telling the whole world where to sit and when. He can't run this country except in the ground. Now the ground has opened up and we are on the way to falling if we haven't already. He has not kept one promise. Talk is cheap, so is bombing a country that is to bring oil and killing about a million people, and then we all looked on from $17 dollars a barrel to over $100 a barrel. He is forever telling us what he thinks is best. I DON"T CARE what he thinks or what he thinks is best. Y

ou all can believe whatever you want about 9/11. What has taken the people so long to figure out that he has no clue on how to rule, much less be President of the US? We are to look at the fruits, not the cheap talk. The Patriot Act was nothing short of trying to control. If he had of closed the borders, put a stop on any immigration and not sold our jobs to other countries, and kept his promises, thing would be soomewhat better. He still has his nose in Schools, trashes our Constitution daily, He is a lawless man. America is broke. People are hurting. Our money goes to support war, even to our enemies, white our tax money is to be voted on as to where it goes.

He doesn't follow any law. From Fla. to Katrina to Calif the people are hurting while our money goes to the UN who puts it in their pockets instead of human aid. From trying to challenge G-d by throwing Jews off their land to please terrorest who kill daily all over the world, and then calling our G-d Allah, the only people who ever try to take our freedom. He is a menace to the whole world and needs to be stopped. From 9/11 to now he has caused more hell and death than anyone in the world, and I am sick of waking up to war, the hungry, the federal gov in our lives telling us what to eat, wear, high gas, elec, our fallen medical, bases closed, Vets hurting even from Nam to now. I am just sick of him in every way. If he was an honest man, he would have stopped the idea of a state on Covenant land, thrown the Muslims off it, and moved them, not the Jews.

To give support to all enemies of Israel and to the US and other countries as well is madness.Not one dime of our money should have left here except to help Israel. The UN should have been thrown out as well. We the people do not want them or Islam here. They made their death to America a reality and are the only people who have come here using their redric to stop our freedom.

We are a REPUBLIC and we best act like one. YOU know, where we vote and the President serves us. Not where we vote and he does as he likes. Taxing us to death, our seniors pay high tax on SS tho we all pay into it all our lives and was taxed long ago for our money, yet being taxed still. Chipping our elderly in homes, putting drugs and food on the market kill many. Big pharma. Now he has Blackwater who practiced in Katrina as they do all over the world stealing , killing and destroying. How many have to die and loose their lives or their treasure while these evil big wigs put it in their pockets.

The government has ignored our bridges, roads, our votes, rigged the stock market, sent our jobs out of country has refused to close borders. There is only one way to do anything, that is the Right way, following our laws. We would not have needed a Patriot Act if the borders would have been closed.So now we have terrorist here, disease is back big time with even more deadly viruses. They try out chemsils in our air that make us sick. Shoot weapons in space to change climate. and selling our land to the higest bidder.

This administration is about as lawless as any one can ever be. How many know he is not a reborn Christian. Many say they are but learn to talk the talk but never the walk. After leaving the Midde East and promises to the enemy for more weapons and aid, and no promises to lower oil. Why? It is pretty clear, Islam wants to rid the world of Jews , take over the HOLY LAND, and come here and rule, as the goal which they tell us all is Islam has to rule the world with their flag over the White House. Quite a few Americans are stupid enoght to all but give them that. We need to take our Country back and find a constitutional man to run this country as well as stand with our friend Israel or the blessings of Almighty G-d have ended. Take a look around. Read the scripture as to what G-d has to say. If you are not a believer then you still want to be free..you best turn it around. Overloaded ships sink especially in rough water. War brings money, and it takes our money. Who is getting rich off us...Nation building is not the American way..our forefathers warned us. ...


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Title Commenter Date Thread
America's Traitors [163 words]John HammondFeb 12, 2008 22:22120051
The Policy of Friends and Imagination. [201 words]JayJan 23, 2008 23:43118855
A President who's been left behind [284 words]Roy WeinbergJan 20, 2008 11:49118625
Not So Simple [87 words]BlackspeareJan 21, 2008 11:06118625
Blackspeare rewrites history [263 words]InfidelJan 25, 2008 19:28118625
Who Jumped What Gun? [259 words]Sofa SogoodJan 27, 2008 16:09118625
Bush's Legacy [533 words]Gil BindelglasJan 18, 2008 20:31118516
Bush's Legacy [94 words]InfidelJan 19, 2008 21:38118516
To Infidel [129 words]Larry B.Jan 20, 2008 20:23118516
The world needs a strong USA [110 words]InfidelJan 20, 2008 23:41118516
Fighting terrorism [101 words]Linda HaslamJan 24, 2008 11:17118516
Maybe there is a cultural determinism [235 words]Peter HerzJan 18, 2008 11:51118457
cultural diversity and cultural acceptance. [319 words]Trans-parereJan 19, 2008 18:03118457
With such friends... [818 words]Y brandstetter MDJan 18, 2008 04:53118444
Corruption and ignorance [213 words]Joe KaffirJan 19, 2008 01:33118444
Churchill no friend of the Jews [88 words]InfidelJan 19, 2008 21:54118444
Churchill: friend or foe [171 words]Joe KaffirJan 21, 2008 00:55118444
Churchill: friend and foe [250 words]InfidelJan 22, 2008 02:12118444
Antisemitism-shmantishmemitism [198 words]Peter HerzJan 23, 2008 07:38118444
Israel's True Hope is in the Word of Her Eternal Sovereign. [545 words]M. ToveyJan 23, 2008 13:30118444
Tragic [27 words]Abu NudnikJan 17, 2008 23:38118430
BUSH HAS LOST CONTROL OF HIS MIDEAST POLICY TO STATE DEPT ARABISTS [139 words]G. MarcusJan 17, 2008 23:21118429
PLO Phased Plan To Destroy Israel Documented - State Dept. Follows It [35 words]Sofa SogoodJan 18, 2008 23:43118429
The middle east is complicated. [536 words]DavidJan 17, 2008 21:01118424
Should islam be accorded the respect accorded to other religions? [335 words]Hymie ZoltsveisJan 17, 2008 16:51118402
How 'bout this one [84 words]jennifer solisJan 18, 2008 00:33118402
The respect islam craves [208 words]SeanJan 18, 2008 15:56118402
I ABSOLUTELY AGREE WITH YOU,HYMIE! [172 words]TTSJan 18, 2008 21:18118402
Hymie..TTS.. You get it right..Look at the Egyptian example..1400 years of persecution.. [265 words]Egyptian ChristianJan 20, 2008 07:16118402
1TO SURVIVE JIHAD ONSLAUGHT, WEST NEEDS TO REPEAL ISLAM'S 'RELIGION' STATUS [324 words]G. MarcusJan 20, 2008 15:41118402
islam guarantees.......... [77 words]vijayJan 21, 2008 12:45118402
Respect for Islam [57 words]Linda HaslamJan 24, 2008 11:29118402
I wish that both of us were WRONG [985 words]Hymie ZoltsveisJan 24, 2008 19:15118402
To Linda, [109 words]Larry B.Feb 2, 2008 14:14118402
The specter of another Viet-Nam or ...The Continuing [22 words]trans-parereJan 17, 2008 15:41118398
A "democracy" is only as good or as bad as the people [257 words]rickJan 21, 2008 16:02118398
Rick [303 words]Trans-parereJan 21, 2008 18:29118398
Rick gets it exactly right -- on two vital points [100 words]Charles MartelJan 22, 2008 11:22118398
Islam, historically has been an enemy of diversity [527 words]RickJan 22, 2008 16:48118398
Support [116 words]Shahid KinnareJan 17, 2008 15:20118397
Israel History [192 words]InfidelJan 17, 2008 16:49118397
Israel. [51 words]Shahid KinnareJan 17, 2008 18:31118397
1Muslims know Israel has ALWAYS belonged to Jews- Including muhamad.. [467 words]YnnatchkahJan 17, 2008 19:51118397
Voting Does Not Make a Democracy -- Gov't by Sharia Law Can Never Be a Democracy -- Worse than Most Dictatorships [1733 words]Sofa SogoodJan 17, 2008 21:54118397
5History of Muhammad and the Jews of Mecca [139 words]InfidelJan 18, 2008 22:01118397
Great comments, Infidel! It's time to be proactive, instead of reactive, to "Palestinian" propaganda. [316 words]DrRJPJan 19, 2008 11:03118397
Dictatorial Regime [73 words]Shahid KinnareJan 19, 2008 11:08118397
Very Impressive- Infidel [11 words]YnnatchkahJan 19, 2008 16:47118397
Us Support of Dictatorship [50 words]JoeJan 21, 2008 19:47118397
Why U.S. Sometimes Supports Dictatorial Regimes -- Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Jordan, Egypt [1879 words]Sofa SogoodJan 22, 2008 16:09118397
Dictator. [152 words]Shahid KinnareJan 22, 2008 21:15118397
Jewish Right of Return ---to Mecca OR Why muslims MUST be forced to DIVIDE MECCA [119 words]Hymie ZoltsveisJan 25, 2008 01:51118397
Dictatorship or Militant Theocracy [184 words]JoeJan 25, 2008 03:30118397
Blaming the U.S. is Too Easy [285 words]Sofa SogoodJan 25, 2008 23:35118397
Muslim world [150 words]Shahid KinnareJan 27, 2008 23:46118397
Support for Dictatorship Means Security [121 words]JoeJan 30, 2008 12:31118397
General Musharraf [89 words]Shahid KinnareJan 31, 2008 21:57118397
Myanmar vs Pakistan [85 words]JoeFeb 3, 2008 15:49118397
Inaccurate information being put forth [121 words]TroyNov 21, 2009 01:00118397
THE DEATH OF JESUS IS THE BIGGEST SECRET IN THE QURAN [124 words]OSAMAMay 15, 2014 02:26118397
NOT UNDERSTANDING WHAT YOU ARE SAYING TO THE WORLD [76 words]AMARA KONNEHApr 30, 2015 09:26118397
Bush and Middle East [100 words]Janusz KowalikJan 17, 2008 14:49118396
I agree and would add to your comment [397 words]kid berthaJan 21, 2008 12:21118396
IFF Failure - Mis-identification of the Enemy [153 words]M. ToveyJan 17, 2008 14:07118391
Daniel has converged toward my despair of Bush's incompetence [173 words]Charles MartelJan 17, 2008 12:42118388
full- steam backwards [228 words]Rebecca MouldsJan 17, 2008 12:13118386
Not everything is in the political arena [66 words]David W. LincolnJan 17, 2008 12:07118384
Pragmatism vs Principles [262 words]Ralph C Whaley MDJan 17, 2008 11:17118382
Iran is not the main enemy -- the Saudis are [86 words]Charles MartelJan 18, 2008 13:06118382
Bush is moving towards strike three [339 words]RickJan 17, 2008 09:45118378
Not to Worry [97 words]BlackspeareJan 18, 2008 13:54118378
Whatever Abbas does or does not do is meaningless [246 words]RickJan 21, 2008 12:44118378
Democracy [142 words]Donald W. BalesJan 17, 2008 09:29118377
Bush's legacy: Sucking up to the Saudis and a stupid state department [369 words]DrRJPJan 17, 2008 08:55118376
Bush's Middle East Hopes [1018 words]Kim SegarJan 17, 2008 08:26118373
Seven years too late. [64 words]Larry ShawJan 17, 2008 08:23118372
THE RISE OF NUCLEAR IRAN [3645 words]Bruce SterlingJan 17, 2008 07:58118371
Being politically correct [59 words]MickJan 17, 2008 06:10118369
Vote Keep America Alive [83 words]Amil ImaniJan 17, 2008 04:14118366
How come this proclivity to failure in the Middle East is not addressed by the checks and balances of the American political system? [126 words]Mladen AndrijasevicJan 17, 2008 03:17118365
US system clearly doesn't work as intended [86 words]Charles MartelJan 18, 2008 13:35118365
Yes, What is Preventing the Securing of the Borders? [62 words]Sofa SogoodJan 18, 2008 22:13118365
Some problems don't have palatable solutions and some questions don't have simple answers [128 words]SullyJan 21, 2008 08:26118365
The Israelis, quite naturally, want to live in peace. And so do the Palestinians. - This statement needs clarification. [300 words]Mladen AndrijasevicJan 22, 2008 01:54118365
What Evidence is there that Palestinians Want to Live in Peace? [167 words]Sofa SogoodJan 22, 2008 15:07118365
Mladen and Sofa - You have read more into my comment than I intended [64 words]SullyJan 25, 2008 09:18118365
1Nothing was read in -- You said that Palestinians want peace. [319 words]Sofa SogoodJan 25, 2008 23:15118365

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