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Why does Bush care so damn much?

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Submitted by Vanessa (Canada), Mar 21, 2007 at 12:50

Why the heck does Bush care so damn much ? If he really wanted to help a country in need, then i think he would find another country that is poverty stricken, unhealthy, and crying for help, not a country that just so happens to have the most oil underground and has a government that is incredibly strict. Who is to say what kind of government is right? All governments are corrupt, if you really look at them. There is always going to be someone that has another plan on their mind (like money) and will go to some length, even if it is illegal, to get their desired result.

There are many incidents like this in the past. Why do they bother to educate people about history if they do not want to learn from it? I think we have no business to be in Iraq. It looks like a kind gesture, to help out someone in need, but i highly doubt that is the reason why Bush is in there. But he is actually not in there, he sends people that have taken his bribes of money and free stuff to fight for his country, his ideas and opinions.

And when he talks to people through his speeches or question periods, why does basically everything he says make no sense? Haha. Seriously, i think he just says any word that comes to his mind and blurts it out even if it has nothing to do with what the problem is. "Blue donkey ass Iraq in speaking." That is a direct quote. Make sense? I think not. I know that is not an actual quote, but if the president of the United States can lie to millions and millions of people, then why can't I do the same (besides the fact that i am not president or lying to millions and millions of people)? Thank God his time is coming soon to have to retire!


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