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    Subject: A President\'s Resume\'
    >
    >The White House, USA
    >
    >GEORGE W. BUSH
    >
    >ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS PRESIDENT:
    >
    >I attacked and took over two countries.
    >
    >I spent the U.S. surplus and bankrupted the US
    >Treasury.
    >
    >I shattered the record for the biggest annual
    >deficit in history (not
    >easy!).
    >
    >I set an economic record for the most personal
    >bankruptcies filed in
    >any 12 month period.
    >
    >I set all-time record for the biggest drop in
    >the history of the
    >stock market.
    >
    >I am the first president in decades to execute a
    >federal prisoner.
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to enter
    >office with a
    >criminal record.
    >
    >In my first year in office I set the all-time
    >record for most days on
    >vacation by any president in US history (tough
    >to beat my dad\'s, but
    >I did).
    >
    >After taking the entire month of August off for
    >vacation, I presided
    >over the worst security failure in US history.
    >
    >I set the record for most campaign fund raising
    >trips by any
    >president in US history.
    >
    >In my first two years in office over 2 million
    >Americans lost their
    >job.
    >
    >I cut unemployment benefits for more out-of-work
    >Americans than any
    >other president in US history.
    >
    >I set the all-time record for most real estate
    >foreclosures in a
    >12-month period.
    >
    >I appointed more convicted criminals to
    >administration positions than
    >any president in US history.
    >
    >I set the record for the fewest press
    >conferences of any president,
    >since the advent of TV.
    >
    >I signed more laws and executive orders amending
    >the Constitution
    >than any other US president in history.
    >
    >I presided over the biggest energy crises in US
    >history and refused
    >to intervene when corruption was revealed.
    >
    >I cut health care benefits for war veterans.
    >
    >I set the all-time record for most people
    >worldwide to simultaneously
    >take to the streets to protest me (15 million
    >people), shattering the
    >record for protest against any person in the
    >history of mankind.
    >
    >I dissolved more international treaties than any
    >president in US
    >history.
    >
    >I\'ve made my presidency the most secretive and
    >unaccountable of any
    >in US history.
    >
    >Members of my cabinet are the richest of any
    >administration in US
    >history. (The poorest multimillionaire,
    >Condoleeza Rice, has a Chevron oil
    >tanker named after her).
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to have
    >all 50 states of the
    >Union simultaneously struggle against
    >bankruptcy.
    >
    >I presided over the biggest corporate stock
    >market fraud in any
    >market in any country in the history of the
    >world.
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to order
    >a US attack and
    >military occupation of a sovereign nation, and I
    >did so against the will of
    >the United Nations and the vast majority of the
    >international community.
    >
    >I have created the largest government department
    >bureaucracy in the
    >history of the United States, called the \"Bureau
    >of Homeland
    >Security\"(only one letter away from BS).
    >
    >I set the all-time record for biggest annual
    >budget spending
    >increases, more than any other president in US
    >history (Ronnie was tough to
    >beat, but I did it!!).
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to compel
    >the United Nations
    >remove the US from the Human Rights Commission.
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to have
    >the United Nations
    >remove the US from the Elections Monitoring
    >Board.
    >
    >I removed more checks and balances, and have the
    >least amount of
    >congressional oversight than any presidential
    >administration in US
    >history.
    >
    >I rendered the entire United Nations irrelevant.
    >
    >I withdrew from the World Court of Law.
    >
    >I refused to allow inspectors access to US
    >prisoners of war and by
    >default no longer abide by the Geneva
    >Conventions.
    >
    >I am the first president in US history to refuse
    >United Nations
    >election inspectors access during the 2002 US
    >elections.
    >
    >I am the all-time US (and world) record holder
    >for most corporate
    >campaign donations.
    >
    >The biggest lifetime contributor to my campaign,
    >who is also one of
    >my best friends, presided over one of the
    >largest corporate bankruptcy
    >frauds in world history (Kenneth Lay, former CEO
    >of Enron >Corporation).
    >
    >I spent more money on polls and focus groups
    >than any president in US
    >history.
    >
    >I am the first president to run and hide when
    >the US came under
    >attack (and then lied, saying the enemy had the
    >code to Air Force 1)
    >I am the first US president to establish a
    >secret shadow government.
    >
    >I took the world\'s sympathy for the US after
    >9/11,and in less than a
    >year made the US the most resented country in
    >the world (possibly the
    >biggest diplomatic failure in US and world
    >history).
    >
    >I am the first US president in history to have a
    >majority of the
    >people of Europe (71%) view my presidency as the
    >biggest threat to world
    >peace
    >and stability.
    >
    >I changed US policy to allow convicted criminals
    >to be awarded
    >government contracts.
    >
    >I set the all-time record for the number of
    >administration appointees
    >who violated US law by not selling their huge
    >investments in corporations
    >bidding for gov\'t contracts.
    >
    >I have removed more freedoms and civil liberties
    >for Americans than
    >any other president in US history.
    >
    >In a little over two years, I have created the
    >most divided country in
    >decades, possibly the most divided that the US
    >has been since the Civil War.
    >
    >I entered office with the strongest economy in
    >US history and in less
    >than two years turned every single economic
    >category heading straight
    >down.
    >
    >RECORDS AND REFERENCES:
    >I have at least one conviction for drunk driving
    >in Maine (Texas
    >driving record has been erased and is not
    >available).
    >
    >I was AWOL from the National Guard and deserted
    >the military during
    >time of war.
    >
    >I refuse to take a drug test or even answer any
    >questions about drug
    >use.
    >
    >All records of my tenure as governor of Texas
    >have been spirited away
    >to my fathers library, sealed in secrecy and
    >unavailable for public
    >view.
    >
    >All records of any SEC investigations into my
    >insider trading or
    >bankrupt companies are sealed in secrecy and
    >unavailable for public view.
    >
    >All minutes of meetings of any public
    >corporation for which I served
    >on the board are sealed in secrecy and
    >unavailable for public view.
    >
    >Any records or minutes from meetings I (or my VP)
    >attended regarding
    >public energy policy are sealed in secrecy and
    >unavailable for public
    >review.
    >
    >PERSONAL REFERENCES:
    >
    >For personal references, please speak to my dad
    >or Uncle James Baker
    >(They can be reached in their offices at the
    >Carlyle Group where they are
    >helping to divide up the spoils of the US-Iraq
    >war and plan for the
    >next one).
    >
    >(Note: this information should be useful to
    >voters in the 2004
    >election).
    >
    >Circulate to as many citizens you think would be
    >helped to be
    >reminded about his record.
    >
    >
    >
    >The White House, USA
    >GEORGE W. BUSH

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    Hi Nick,

    You almost sound Canadian by blaming everything on the current gov\'t! [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] - I do find it difficult to believe that he is to blame for bankruptcies and real estate forclosures. I think that\'s just a result of the North American trend of people living beyond their means.

    My personal opinion: I think there\'s more to Bush & co.- good or bad - than we can ever fairly make a judgment on. They have ALOT more information to base their decisions on than we will ever have.

    Why isn\'t there anything on your list that he has done right? A bit biased aren\'t you?

    Rob

    P.S. I won\'t knock off any stars or boycott your products because of your post [img]images/icons/wink.gif[/img]

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    Why isn\'t there anything on your list that he has done right?


    Ehh .......because he has\'nt done anything right

    ed [img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img]

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    Rob,
    You make a fair point, but truthfully the information is out there. It\'s just not that easy to find. After all the books I have read recently, I truly believe that the Bush regime is the worst presidency that has occurred in this country in it\'s entire history. Books I recommend:

    The War on Freedom
    Stupid Wite Men
    Lies and the Lying Liars Who Tell them (silly but informative)
    Blinded by the Right
    Crashing the Party
    The Best Democracy Money Can Buy
    Take the Rich off Welfare
    The Secret Government
    A People\'s History of the United States

    and for a look at things from the Right:

    Slander

    or

    Bias: A CBS Insider Exposes How the Media Distorts the News

    These 2 books will boggle any mind with an IQ of 60 or higher. They sound like a neglected 6 year old who has overdosed on psychotropic drugs. But most importantly, they mislead, lie and are devoid of almost any real facts. This is in STARK contrast to my list above. Interesting that all the right wing books speak in generalities and all the so called left wing ( I call it the truth wing ) books are incredibly explicit, well researched, well documented and have real footnotes and discuss real government documents/events.

    Also: I recommend subscribing to Truthout.com. I believe it\'s free. They have never charged me. You get atleast one article in your email every day, that will counter balance the utter garbage being puked out by the major media outlets. Atleast, if you hear both sides, you can decide for yourself. I can\'t stress this enough, the media pits the center against the right. People like Chomsky or Palast who represent the left quite eloquently and intelligently are completely excluded. Is it OK that journalists that Bush doesn\'t like are banned from white house press conferences?

    FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE!!-

    Here\'s a little test that might tell you whether or not the lying media has corrupted your mind:

    What do you think of when someone mentions the sixties?

    I will post my own personal response to that question in a few days. Try to list as many things as you can within 15 seconds. Please do not post them!

    For the record, I do not feel superior or smarter than anyone. I am just lucky that my wife and friends encouraged me to stop watching TV and to start reading books.

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    The sixties:

    A time of great hope, and great innocence. A time when many of this country\'s (USA) institutions and practices were turned on their heads, when the world discovered that not all wars are just, not all politicians are saintly, and that the power of the people can and should supersede that of any other entity, including the federal government.

    The world changed for the better in the sixties. And a lot of people are trying very hard to change it back.

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    Keep your politics to yourself, Nick.

    You ought to think of the customers you are alienating with these highly unprofessional rantings.

    You can count me as one of them. You won\'t ever see a penny of my money.

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    Hi Nick,

    I have not read any of those books (and I don\'t watch a whole lot of TV) but in the reading I have done I do realize this: Those type of books (any book for that matter) usually present the author\'s bias. He/she is making an INTERPRETATION of the evidence. I wonder if you would come to the same conclusion if you examined the raw evidence yourself AND heard the \"defence\" from the \"accused\".

    For example, Creation vs Evolution: What\'s the evidence? Lots of fossilized dead things in layers of rock. But the interpretation is dramatically different, and it starts with the scientists\' bias.

    Yes it is too bad that the \"right-wing\" books only generalize, but then again you listed only two, written by 6 year olds [img]images/icons/grin.gif[/img] .I\'m sure there are intelligent people on the \"right\" who maybe you just haven\'t come across yet.

    An old saying comes to mind: Don\'t believe anything you read and only half of what you see.

    Rob

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    LOL...if you can\'t seperate someone\'s personal opinion from their professional opinion in what is clearly an \"Off Topic\" forum, it\'s your problem, not Nick\'s.
    As for you not buying his libraries because you don\'t like what he\'s saying, again...that\'s your loss girlfriend.
    -Hudson

    Originally posted by Tamino:
    Keep your politics to yourself, Nick.

    You ought to think of the customers you are alienating with these highly unprofessional rantings.

    You can count me as one of them. You won\'t ever see a penny of my money.
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    You wrote:

    Keep your politics to yourself, Nick.

    Uh, correct me if I\'m wrong, but isn\'t this forum clearly labled, OFF TOPIC GENERAL DISCUSSION?

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    Robh wrote:

    I wonder if you would come to the same conclusion if you examined the raw evidence yourself AND heard the \"defence\" from the \"accused\".

    I have a feeling that if YOU examined the raw evidence, you\'d come to exactly the same conclusions the authors on Nick\'s list have come to.

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