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Friday, September 16, 2005 

The right argument about Dubya

La Shawn Barber scores big by presenting some of the real reasons to criticize president Bush for his failures, on the people dealing with disasters like Katrina, and even on immigration and the way he's been managing the war on terrorism:
Your problem, Mr. Bush, is that you’ve failed to harness the power of a conservative government, squandering precious time and resources. Under your reign, the government has grown to ridiculous proportions, more than Ted Kennedy ever dreamed would be possible. And the war on terror started with a bang, but limps along with a whimper.

For reasons that probably have more to do with blackmail than the economy, you refuse to guard the southern border. I guess you don’t realize or don’t care that radical Muslims also jump that border. Terrorists cells are in our midst, ready to strike.

But that’s spilled milk under the bridge. That you acknowledged what should’ve been done during a devastating natural disaster that wasn’t done will have to do for now. Can’t do it all.

I can only wonder what it would be like to have a real conservative in the White House.
Same here. While this may not be the half of it, what La Shawn presents here are still very valid and authentic reasons to be disillusioned with Dubya. While he certainly did depose of such a vicious dictator as Saddam, who even allowed "authoritarians" to go around committing rapes in Iraq, and who slaughtered thousands of innocent Kurds in the late 80s-early-90s, that he failed to actually make it clear to Iraq or the Islamic world that it must reeducate youth, one of the most important factors for democratizing Arab countries, nor did he make genuine efforts to crack down on Islamic terrorists attacking US and Iraqi authorities, and let it be clear that more than a few of the terrorists in Iraq are identified with al Qaeda -- that in and of itself is as big a failure as one can get.

And even stateside and circa Israel, there are more, such as:

Why are Karen Hughes' appeasement actions, to say nothing of the ISNA itself, being approved of?

Why is the burning of abandoned synagogues in Gaza by Muslim vandals being tolerated even by the Bush administration?

Why was the so-called president of Iran, who was responsible for the murder of a Kurdish leader and even the training of suicide bombers when working as mayor of Tehran, allowed to visit the United Nations headquarters in the United States?

Why did he go along and praise Michael D. Brown at first, despite the fact that he did indeed fail in the rescue efforts for New Orleans? And Brown's track record, let us also note, was little more than being a director of an old age home. In fact, why did Bush take his time in returning from a vacation trip to come to New Orleans to examine the damage done in the wake of Katrina?

So there you have it, those are the REAL reasons to find fault in the Bush administration, and it should also be noted that Bush is undermining the war on terrorism, even in the United States, by telling Israel to withdraw from Gaza and other parts of Israel, which does little more than encourage more terrorism, even against Americans.

And I think I have to agree with Info Theory too, that Bush should resign.

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