How many commissions will Bush have to go through before he gets the "advice" he really wants?
President George Walker Bush has to be the most incompetent, headstrong fool I have ever seen walk this planet's surface. Commission after Commission after Commission reports that the war is unwinnable and we need to gradually withdraw troops, and yet Bush refuses to do so. The latest commission, the Baker Commission, is reportedly going to say the same. Baker was his daddy's secratery of state, mind you. So, is our President really looking for "advice", or is he fishing in an empty pond for a commission which says that the war is going fine. I'm beginning to think that impeachment should be at the top of the Dem's agenda in January, as our President is unable to run his own country due to an obessive involment in other countries affairs. I didn't support impeachment this time last month, but now I feel it's a great option. Stephanie:....................... no words can describe how utterly stupid that answer is. Didn't Hitler and Bin Laden think they were doing God's will too? I got her point, but I highly doubt God would say " Bomb a country, then hope that they welcome you as liberators" not exactly a divine plan, is it?
Asked By: FootballFan1012 - 11/30/2006
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I think he has done the math, and has figured out he needs to two more years worth of commissions to get the advice he wants. Things are going just as they planned, and he knows he can stall until his term is up. He can wait one year for the conditions to be favorable, and take another year to do the job... More
Answered By: michaelsan - 11/30/2006
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he should assemble a commission of magic 8 balls.
Answered By: list - 11/30/2006
He doesnt need commissions for advice,he prays. Edit: Sorry it was sarcasm, lol.
Answered By: stephanieloveswater - 11/30/2006
you obviously did not get Stephanie's point
Answered By: smartass - 11/30/2006
Maybe you should worry about your stupid question before insulting Stephanie's stupid answer!
Answered By: -ts- - 11/30/2006
The only answer is as many as it takes. I think that is the way he did the intelligence to sum up that Saddam had WMD's also. By the way, I think Stephine is one of us and that was sarcasm. Have you read some of her questions and answers. She is a liberal.
Answered By: Answerman - 11/30/2006
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