Now that Bush is re-elected with more power.. - Page 2




 
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November 4th, 2004  
SAINT
 
I think people who voted Kerry will accept Bush very quickly. It's democracy at work.
You accept the chosen leader even if you didn't vote for him.

I like Bush. Kerry is okay too.

My dad said that you need to have a president that fights terrorism.. otherwise the terrorists will hunt your back if you retreat or make peace with terrorists. That's just an opinion.
November 4th, 2004  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
First order of business is to add another division of Special Operations just to fight the war on terrorism. This, I believe would speed up the war on terror and also raise the Republican party in their status
November 4th, 2004  
A Can of Man
 
 
You can't just pull an SF unit out of ur... you know what I mean.

But yeah I agree with Flying Frog. He will look to use the next 4 years to repair the damage.
I don't think Bush went in deliberately knowing there were no WMDs.

Whatever, good luck to everyone.
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November 4th, 2004  
USAFAUX2004
 
 
But there is no specific unit that is designed to deal with terrorism, normal troops just don't cut it.
November 4th, 2004  
Redneck
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by Dameon


-Masssive Chaos
-More people hating Bush
-More Dumb laws
-More Tax Cuts for Bushy Friends

Adjust the attitude high speed. We are all aware that you are not happy with the results of the election, but if you cannot control yourself and make mature posts I will give you a temporary ban to allow you some time to cool off.
November 4th, 2004  
A Can of Man
 
 
They just need to get smarter really.
All it takes is good leaders.
David Hackworth inherited a unit of losers in Vietnam and turned them into an effective killing machine.
November 4th, 2004  
USAOwnz
 
More conservatives in the legislative branch, hm..., I don't mind. Unless, I start seeing stuff I don't like.
November 4th, 2004  
RnderSafe
 
 
Quote:
Originally Posted by drilldownmaster2004
But there is no specific unit that is designed to deal with terrorism, normal troops just don't cut it.
There are plenty.
November 4th, 2004  
battery
 
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Originally Posted by Chocobo_Blitzer
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Originally Posted by battery
I agree that the war itself is going to escelate indefinately. I can definately see relationships with our allies strengthening, economic growth, prosperous reformation of healthcare, and most of all, victory. Alot of great things are going to come out of this next term, I guarantee it.
I happen to think just the opposite, as things get hairy in these battles, I think more will drop. They will not believe in the US anymore, only the true allies will stay.... I think things will get dark.

Truely I prefer Bush over Kerry, but I don't think anyone can control the tides of war as people expect.
Either with us through thick and thin, or you're not with us at all. I don't want allies who aren't "true allies".
November 4th, 2004  
rOk
 
 
I think major repair work is gonna get done in the next four years.

If not here's a prediction of what MIGHT happen:

Quote:
Globalist Perspective > Global Politics
Why Europe Needs — And Wants — Bush to Win

By Richard Phillips | Wednesday, October 13, 2004

The conventional wisdom has it that President Bush’s first term in office has been truly bad for Europe. Whether it is the rift over Iraq or almost any other major policy issue, we are told that they have been to the detriment of Europe. But as Richard Phillips argues, the Bush Administration has not only helped bring Germany and France closer together — it has also unwittingly elevated Europe’s prestige throughout the world. <snip>
Read the whole article...

http://www.theglobalist.com/DBWeb/St...x?StoryId=4208