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What have you learned from the Bush presidency?

I am just wondering if anyone actually learned anything in the middle of it all. If you don't learn from your mistakes they get repeated and I have serious doubts about the future of the united states because of the unwilllingess to do anything other than bully and call names. so someone prove me wrong please.

Asked By: G - 7/7/2007
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Our experience with our Warmonger-in-THIEF's terms of office should have taught us, more than any other single thing, that our future as a free country absolutely DEPENDS upon our correcting our ELECTION procedures so that the obvious frauds that got Bush into the White House both times can NEVER be repeated... More
Answered By: Roadrat - 7/7/2007
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I learned that the U.S.A. ROCKS!!!!
Answered By: Satan's Attorney - 7/7/2007
 
Today, The Bureau Of Labor Statistics Released New Jobs Figures – 132,000 Jobs Created In June. Since August 2003, more than 8.2 million jobs have been created, with more than 2 million jobs created over the twelve months ending in June. Our economy has now added jobs for 46 straight months, and the unemployment rate... More
Answered By: RedStateRandy - 7/7/2007
 
That "close your eyes and shut your ears" pretending nothing ever happen is not WORLD PEACE.
Answered By: Runn N - 7/7/2007
 
That America is screwed.
Answered By: Jcamp - 7/7/2007
 
I know enough to know that EVERY president has made mistakes. Clinton was no saint. If you get a chance, get a video called the"Clintion Chronicles".
Answered By: Loraine F - 7/7/2007
 
Yes, I have learned something. Though an IQ of 111 is substantially above average, it is still not high enough to understand the issues that would allow one to govern effectively. Let's insist that our next President have an IQ of at least 112...
Answered By: vt500ascott2 - 7/7/2007
 
I have learned that there are people out there so determined to hate that facts just do not matter.
Answered By: YOU asked!! - 7/7/2007
 
I learned to trust my instincts, if I sense that someone is dishonest and sleazy I should work much much harder to see to it that they lose the election. And that all the votes are counted. And I am doing that having become a registrar and a pollwatcher within the last several years.
Answered By: ash - 7/7/2007
 
if you have doubts..the only thing you can do is vote.. I have learned that redemption is only a virtue the left has domain over..because their leaders are few and far between
Answered By: eddie J - 7/7/2007
 
I've learned that a majority of Americans are fearful at heart and are sheepish in disposition. It took six years for Americans to start waking up to the threats to our own way of life that have come from Bush, and Washington in general... More
Answered By: Alias Smith & Jones - 7/7/2007
 
Since my family voted against him twice and never voted for his father, I think the USA should learn this,"IF ANY BUSH FAMILY MEMBER WANTS TO RUN FOR PRESIDENT, DON'T VOTE FOR THEM!"
Answered By: Christien - 7/7/2007
 
No need to ...you have shown your ignorance... More
Answered By: consrgreat - 7/7/2007
 
I wish I could prove you wrong, but I can't. This presidency is a mess! Generations after us will have to suffer many burdens because of Bush, Cheney, and Rummsfeld. We need someone who can pull together both sides of this political arena and guide the United States toward what is reasonable and best for its citizens... More
Answered By: Teacher - 7/7/2007
 
i'm not sure i learned anything new. having said that, i did have my earlier beliefs that the bush family is a crime family confirmed.
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Answered By: w.b. - 7/7/2007
 
1) The electoral college is still valid, because most Americans still are not ready to chose their executive... More
Answered By: James S - 7/7/2007
 
We've learned that greed, stupidity, cronyism, and outright fraud do not a presidency make.
Answered By: Jan Stolz - 7/7/2007
 
I learned that the main news media IS truly in the pockets of the libs....they glossed over every criminal act of the clintons, and hammered President Bush day in and day out until he is perceived as evil.....and you fall for it...
Answered By: greatrightwingconspiritor - 7/7/2007
 
That he has further divided this country in contrast to what he said he would do! He got us involved in war under false pretenses, without a plan to win it .. The cost of living has risen dramatically under his tenure, to say nothing about failure to up hold the laws {illegal invasion } Scooter Libby, Habeous corpus... More
Answered By: grasshopper - 7/7/2007
 
That absolute power does indeed corrupt absolutely. The true Axis of Evil. President Bush, V.P. Cheney and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld have set America down a path of self-destruction in their quest for power, money and control. I learned that six years after nine-eleven, our open borders are not important to... More
Answered By: right you are ken - 7/7/2007
 
I've learned that no matter how much a President tries (and succeeds)to protect the citizens of the United States, he will be attacked on a daily basis by the uninformed and unpatriotic who are far more concerned with returning their party to power than with the well-being of the nation. They're so power-mad that they... More
Answered By: bigoilman - 7/7/2007
 
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