About Now that Bush is re-elected with more power.. Page 5
|November 9th, 2004||#41|
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But I think within the next four years Bush may well be vindicated.
People may turn out to really resect him for making a tough stand based on principle, and showing back bone.
Evan though we still may get terrorist attacks in the future, countries are absolutely terrified of supporting the terrorist even if they want to. Because now they know that Bush has the solid backing of the American people, and the terrorist now see us as having the stomach for this fight.
Countries that oppossed the US before will now be more willing to join us as time goes by, because they know they are dealing with a President who will not flinch in the face of terror.
With the Russians now firmly on our side in the war on terror, and also whats going on in Holland, it will only be a matter of time till more nations actually see the sense in joining in, for their own good. This is one of the reasons I'm saying Bush will be vindicated in the long run.
[Remember Ronald Reagan was also ridiculed and made fun of for making a tough stand. People called him a crazy cowboy, dangerous, ect. But now he is the most beloved predisents in US history, only one who still hate him are the extreme left wingers, but thats no surprise. Most decent American still love him and so do alot of people around the world, all because he made stand, he wasn't out to be popular, but he tried did what he thought was right, and frankly the world is better off.]
|November 9th, 2004||#42|
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I think Bush is a OK President, at least for Americans.
This may be interesting:
Bush faces 9 big challenges in new tenure
From Corporals to Generals. Rising Dragons of Middle Kingdom.
|November 9th, 2004||#44|
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Whatever was sufficient to get us to this point is insufficient to get us any further.
|November 15th, 2004||#45|
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“War is an ugly thing but not the ugliest of things; the decayed and degraded state of moral and patriotic feelings which thinks that nothing is worth war is much worse.”
—John Stuart Mill