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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Oct 9, 2005.
i'm not gonna post the rest, but the whole thing is worth a read.
aw, heck, here's the WH reaction to the interview. i find it fascinating:
Reading that, I think it's funny that Bush seems so annoyed by anyone daring to question him. I've heard stories, but I don't think anyone has ever said no to this man. An effective leader, this does not make.
YOU DARE TO QUESTION THE GREAT AND BENEFICENT OZ?
"leader of the free world", "president leads the interview" etc. pure classics
Given the opportunity to interview Mr. Bush
I'm sure there are many questions we would like to ask him directly.
These are just a few I'd like to ask.
Considering the events that have happened
under your watch, why should we trust your
judgement and leadership any longer?
The world continues to hear more and more about corruption and cronyism in your administration. Many American citizens believe you and your administration should be impeached.
How would you like to respond?
Do you understand why our forefathers
thought the separation of church and state was so important?
Why should the richest 1% of our citizens
never pay their fair share of taxes when our combined needs are so overwhelming?
Why is it that the wealthiest, most advanced nation in the world can not provide free higher education and health
care for all it's citizens when so many other
civilized nations do?
What would you do if indisputable evidence revealed that the vote tabulating machines used during your 2 elections were tampered with and that you actually lost both elections? Would you step down?
The press officer and her sidekick are scary.
Can you imagine if Honda turned over its company to the members of some Honda-Acura forum? Or if Apple turned over its engineering dept. to MacRumors.com's members.
It sounds like the White House is run by fanboys.
OMFG!@1 L33T Bu$h is teh rokzors!!!!!!
Yeah, pretty much.
Welcome to post-coup America.