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Wednesday, October 19, 2005

What happened Bush?

Lately I have been very disappointed in our president, and I'm wondering what went wrong? I used to like him but he has moved the Republican party out from under my feet. I haven't left the Republican party, the Republican party left me. The Bush administration is doing everything against the Conservative ideology.

He is not a fiscal Conservative. He's spent more money than any other president ever! He's more like a fiscal Socialist.

He is not against illegal immigration. Just lately he told us he would keep all illegals out. It's a lie. Actually what he is doing is keeping all illegals out that aren't Mexican. He's being a reverse racist.

Out of all of the qualified Conservative lawyers and judges, Bush picks Miers. What is he afraid to make new friends or something? Is Bush shy? So shy that he would like to be with his long time friend than someone who is qualified?

George Bush has blamed Israel for taking back peace plans with Palestine. The Israelis took back their peace plan when Palestinian bombers murdered two little Israeli girls. The leaders of the Palestinian people have said they will never stop the terrorist attacks until Israel leaves their country completely.

George Bush has destroyed everything the Republican party stands for, and the Republicans are too proud of Bush to realize that they are standing for a man who is acting more like a Democrat than anything else!

Thank god for the Conservatives though. The Conservatives aren't scared to be honest like the pro-Bush Republicans are. If we see Bush doing something against Conservative principles, we point it out!

I really liked Bush for the first few years of his president. He stood up to terrorism after 9/11 and he did something about it. Clinton did not go to war with terrorism after the '93 bombings. Bush did and it was the best thing he's done. Whether Bush lied or not, I don't know, but I also think the war in Iraq was a good idea and so far has been a success.

But as of now it seems like he's just giving in to the Liberals. Now you have to realize that George W. Bush has received more discrimination during presidency than any other president. Whether he did something right or not, it was always made that he did something. Whether it was his fault or not, it was always made his fault. And by now he's just given in. Thrown in the towel to the left. And now that he's doing things the left should be proud of, they are only discriminating him more than ever! And because of this, he has lost all he had that was good in his first term.

Now don't get me wrong, unlike the Democrats I don't want Bush to fail. He just is, and the Republicans are cheering him on like idiots.

Well as a Conservative I won't stand for it and I am not afraid to say something about it.

21 Comments:

  • At 20/10/05 12:09 AM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    What on earth is he doing that Democrats should agree with? YOu are finally admitting the fact that he's totally messed everything up, exactly what the Dems have been saying, so I really don't understand why he deserves any praise. He deserves impeachment, that's what.

     
  • At 20/10/05 6:15 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    He does not deserve impeachment just because YOU don't like him.

    Yes he's been acting Democrat lately.

    Fiscal socialist

    Taking sides with Palestine

    Open Borders

    But maybe if you did praise him once in a while he wouldn't just give up. I don't want Bush to fail like you probably do. And he was doing just fine until this year.

    "YOu are finally admitting the fact that he's totally messed everything up"

    don't put words in my mouth. He's been messing up a lot in the past couple of years. Right after 9/11 he was a real leader whether you accept it or not.

     
  • At 20/10/05 8:36 AM, Blogger meesterjoneser said…

    Hang in there, Cody.

    Trust me, there are a lot of stealth things going on in the Bush White House that'll do you proud in the future. Look for a major development around Christmas time -- something that will deflate the libs and cheer border watchers and military families everywhere.

    Keep smilin'. You're on the right side.

    Please post a few times on my Blog. I think O'Reilly is reading comments.

    "The only thing to fear is fear itself"
    Winnie Churchill

    All the best,

    Phantom_Driver
    Proud father of an American Soldier

     
  • At 20/10/05 11:11 AM, Blogger Gayle said…

    Cody, you were sounding so down I asked Phantom to come here and cheer you up. I thought he might do a better job of it than I, and I was probably right! Thank you, Phantom!

     
  • At 20/10/05 2:14 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    I don't know if I would say down, just disapointed. I feel that I am the only Conservatve that will be honest enough to admit when the president makes mistakes.

    I just hope pd is right that we'll see him get back on track soon. That would be a real good thing.

     
  • At 20/10/05 2:52 PM, Blogger Drew said…

    That's okay. Rumor is that 18 indictments are pending in regards to the Plame/Wilson case and they go all the way up.. atleast to Cheney. Suddenly it's feeling like 1973 all over again... who knows if this administration will even be in office in December.

     
  • At 20/10/05 7:26 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    What on earth is he doing that Democrats should agree with? YOu are finally admitting the fact that he's totally messed everything up,

    Gee thanks for twisting my friends words there allisoni, you know very well he never said that. He said he screwed some things up not all. Why do liberals always twist things like that?

     
  • At 20/10/05 7:28 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Cody said... I feel that I am the only Conservatve that will be honest enough to admit when the president makes mistakes

    Hey, I said that too. I don't think he screwed that much up though. I just think he's giving in to the left toot easily.

     
  • At 20/10/05 7:34 PM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    haha, you said toot. lol. Hopefully that was a typo!

    Like I said, normally I like him, but lately I've been dissapointed, but he's still got plenty of time to regain my respect.

     
  • At 20/10/05 7:42 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Whoops, yeah that was a typo.

     
  • At 20/10/05 11:45 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    Do recall the last Democratic president? Bill Clinton, I do believe. Can you say SURPLUS? Yeah, Bush is certainly spending like a Dem.

     
  • At 21/10/05 6:21 AM, Blogger Cody O'Connor said…

    Fine, but he is spending like a socialist.

     
  • At 21/10/05 11:50 AM, Blogger Drew said…

    Look at what he's spending money on though...

    IRAQ.

    Fiscal conservatism died when Reagan took office.

    Bush has cut plenty of domestic spending, you can't fault him on that. But half of the budget is going to the military. About 30% currently and 20% towards paying loan interest for former wars (WW2, Korea, Vietnam). You can't fault Bush for that either... those weren't his wars.

     
  • At 21/10/05 2:52 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Allisoni Balloni said...
    Do recall the last Democratic president? Bill Clinton, I do believe. Can you say SURPLUS?

    Can you say Lewinsky?

     
  • At 21/10/05 5:09 PM, Blogger Drew said…

    Dark: Allisoni Balloni said...
    Do recall the last Democratic president? Bill Clinton, I do believe. Can you say SURPLUS?

    Can you say Lewinsky?



    Other than the millions of dollars that Kenneth Starr squandered trying to pin something, anything on the Clintons... what does that have to do with fiscal matters on Capital Hill?

     
  • At 21/10/05 5:12 PM, Blogger Drew said…

    Do recall the last Democratic president? Bill Clinton, I do believe. Can you say SURPLUS? Yeah, Bush is certainly spending like a Dem.

    No... Dems are tax and spenders... Bush is a borrow and spender...which is actually worse.

     
  • At 22/10/05 1:57 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Nothing, it was just a joke, if you want to talk fiscal then Bush is getting the aftermath of the Clinton admin as Clinton got the aftermath of the Bush upswing.

     
  • At 23/10/05 1:12 AM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    The fiscal "aftermath" you speak of, was a surplus that the Bush administration chose to give back to the people rather than to use to pay off some of the national debt. Not that one is better than the other, and 9/11 screwed that all up anyway. But "aftermath" is a term usually described to speak of something negative, and I'm not sure how a federal surplus is at all a bad thing.

     
  • At 23/10/05 3:21 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Ok, you're just playing semantics. Aftermath doesn't have to be bad, it just usually is. The point is that HW Bush helped the ecomnomy and it kicked in during the Clinton years. Clinton screwed it up and it went down during the W Bush admin. The next president (Repulican or Democrat) will get the W. Bush upswing. That's just how economics works.

     
  • At 23/10/05 11:15 PM, Blogger Allisoni Balloni said…

    You think it works that way because those are the presidents you support. Just because former President Clinton had an affair does not mean that he also did bad things for our country. In actuality, he has done more for our country than any other president in recent history. Ever taken economics?

     
  • At 24/10/05 3:32 PM, Blogger Robert M. said…

    Actually I think JFK was an ass and he helped the economy. FDR did the same and he was communistic. It's not just presidents I support. I'm just telling you what happened.

     

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