I never give them hell. I just tell the truth and they think it's hell. - Harry Truman
What is going to cause your angst once Bush is out of office. Can't wait to hear your commentary in Feb 09.
What does this have to do with anything? Does it somehow make you feel better about your ongoing support for this disaster? You're trying to paint my distaste for Bush as irrational, but the irony is, is that your support of him is irrational in virtually every way.
There is something to be said for loyalty. :)Look, yes, he hasn't been the best; but you are putting a lot on one position. I quite suspect that the same complaints you have with Bush, will be completely relevant to whomever is POTUS in Feb 09, or Feb 10, for that matter.
The war is a big issue, but it is, by far, not the only one of his that I have a problem with. I lean libertarian, so I have a problem with Democrats on interference in free markets, but am like their stand for civil liberties. I have a problem with traditional Republican ideology on the civil liberty side, but was OK with the economic stuff. Bush, however, is neither. He is a "big government" conservative. There is nothing of his ideology (if he has one) that appeals to me. He wants the government bigger on all sides. Additionally, I find that when he does argue for lower taxes/regulation it is done selectively, and targeted toward some specific, favored group. I've defined it as being "crony capitalism," which looks nothing like free market capitalism.
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