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Wednesday, October 05, 2005

WHY I TRUST PRESIDENT BUSH

George Will says "The president's "argument" for her [ME] amounts to: Trust me [HIM [I mean BUSH not GEORGE WILL]]." LINK

I agree!!! I trust Bush, the best president of the United States not only now but ever. But George Will doesn't. Okay. Fine. But heres the thing... lots of turncoats agree. LINK LINKY LINK LINK LINK

Why is everyone suddenly Judas-faced!?

Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Iraq they were WRONG.
Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Faith-Based and they were WRONG.
Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Budget Cuts and they were WRONG.

I've been the nominee now for three days and the buzz is starting to wear off a little bit. Here's what I do when I have days like this: I look at my favorite poster and turn my headphones way way up on my favorite song, Imagine.


You may say I'm a dreamer,
but I'm not the only one,
I hope some day you'll join us,
And the world will live as one.

18 Comments:

  • At 3:18 PM, Blogger Hari Khalsa said…

    "Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Iraq they were WRONG."
    - wrong about what exactly? There were no WMD's, no proven link to Al-Qaida training camps or other wise, and no threat to the United States and obviously no real threat to any of the U.S. interests in the region.. so that begs the question, why exactly did we go in there? May be if your "#1 best president" had just been upfront and honest with the American public and told them that we needed those oil reserves for our future geopolitical dominance, I'm sure he might have had a few more people jump on the band wagon. Wether he knew that his information was false or not is almost irrelevant, NO ONE has taken any real responsiblity for that... and American soliders continue to DIE and the threat of civil war in Iraq grows more and more real every day.


    "Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Faith-Based and they were WRONG."
    -I have no immediate problem with anything done in good faith, but I do not believe in using any one religions believes and values over any others, especially in this melting pot that is America. Perhaps they could have thought of a better title.. like "Helping those in need" initatives, or "Sharing the Wealth" initatives (I agree that last one was a bit silly). I'll give you a chance to explain this a bit more, since the original comment was quiet vague... How exactly where we wrong?


    "Alot of people didn't trust Bush about Budget Cuts and they were WRONG."
    -Well, that greatly depends on what is considered good cuts and what are considered bad cuts. If we say we need to cut money from HUD programs or medicare/medicaid or some other social service so we can allocate those funds to defense, then I think "they" were right. Which is more important, allowing our sons and daughters to fight in a war we don't control, can't win (oh, give it up... we won't win) and have no real exit strategy for (meaning we sit stagnent for years???) while we take money away from the very people the government asks to support their war efforts? The impoverished get poorer, the sick stay sick or die because they have no one to turn too when they cannot afford medicines (which really goes into a whole other problem) and the lower classes of society "suffer" even more. I'm a young man, with a family and as a full time student I rely on some of the government programs designed to help students like me, future cuts to education and to medicaid programs will no doubt put much more financial strain on me and my young but strong family.

    Thanks for having a forum for open comments like this, you seem like a 'real' enough person and that is refreshing in a sense, but please don't be so jaded to the full reality. The 'world' you live in must be nice, but there is a much larger world, where every single decision that the people in power affects scores of people. Those decisions may satisfy you and your peers, but they negatively effect many many others.

     
  • At 3:27 PM, Blogger Hari Khalsa said…

    Oh, and one last thing...

    You offered no evidence of why we should trust bush, or why we should think you are a qualified candidate to sit on the Supreme Court (as you called the group "Supremes"). Come on now woman, stand up for yourself!!

    And apparently you deleted a post of mine, sad to think you don't believe in everyone having an equal right to express their opinions or the freedom of speach Mrs. Potential Supreme Court Justice. Or may be this blog is all just a big farse?

     
  • At 3:33 PM, Blogger danno49 said…

    {snickers}

     
  • At 3:37 PM, Blogger Mdx said…

    You may say I'm a dreamer,
    but I'm not the only one,
    I hope some day you'll join us,
    And the world will live as one.

    FYI This song by Lennon is based on Bhuddist ideals. I suspect that you are not a Republican at heart.

     
  • At 4:31 PM, Blogger Danny said…

    When can we bomb Iran??? Please, please! Pretty please? Who's gonna be the new bad guy? I need to make a new Wanted poster for my bedroom. I need someone new to hate.

     
  • At 5:07 PM, Blogger Glug said…

    I'm trying to imagine that song being your favorite, especially the lines, "imagine there's no heaven, it's easy if you try, no hell below us.."

    And you call yourself an evangelical Christian? Those imaginings are apostasy!

     
  • At 5:34 PM, Blogger kingpoe_53715 said…

    Maybe you forgot the rest of the lyrics. How do they fit into the Bush agenda?


    Imagine

    Imagine there's no heaven,
    It's easy if you try,
    No hell below us,
    Above us only sky,
    Imagine all the people
    living for today...

    Imagine there's no countries,
    It isnt hard to do,
    Nothing to kill or die for,
    No religion too,
    Imagine all the people
    living life in peace...

    Imagine no possesions,
    I wonder if you can,
    No need for greed or hunger,
    A brotherhood of man,
    Imagine all the people
    Sharing all the world...

     
  • At 5:58 PM, Blogger Lefty Metalhead said…

    Ms. Harriet Miers, with all due respect, your loyalty to President Bush frightens me. How can the American people expect you to be a fair justice if you obviously promote right-wing talking points and agenda? How do we know you won't be making decisions based on partisanship or ideology rather than the Constitution? Please keep our courts balanced. I'll beg if I have to.

     
  • At 11:35 PM, Blogger X said…

    Sweet mother of Jesus. Please, please, PLEASE tell me this is a joke.

    Surely no Supreme Court nominee would ACTUALLY think "a lot" was a single word.

    Is it possible to complete graduate school and still write 'alot'?

    Nnnnoooooooooooooo!!!!!!!!!!!!

     
  • At 7:58 AM, Blogger ariadne said…

    *giggles and looks lovingly at her own copy of Color Me Beautiful* Rock on, Harriet!

     
  • At 9:14 AM, Blogger daiheide said…

    You claim that Bush is the best president ever (!). For this, you offer evidence that no one who wasn't already a supporter of his would accept. For example, you claim that people didn't trust him on Iraq, but that they were wrong. What? I can't think of anyone who didn't trust him on Iraq, but who now does. In fact, it seems to be the other way around: lots of those who trusted him on Iraq, now realize that they were wrong. How else can you explain his plummeting poll numbers?

    This strategy - of offering as evidence something your opponent would never agree was evidence - is called begging the question. It's a pesky little bugger, but if you get confirmed (God forbid), you'll have to watch out for it. I'll bet some of those ol' boys on the Court will nail you for being a question begger. If you'd like to know more, take a look at any introductory logic book.

     
  • At 1:25 PM, Blogger Evil Lawyer Man said…

    THIS BLOG IS A JOKE.

    Chill out people. And buy "Sarcasm for Dummies."

     
  • At 1:57 PM, Blogger JiG said…

    I "Imagine" you left this out on purpose:
    Imagine there's no countries,
    It isnt hard to do,
    Nothing to kill or die for,
    No religion too,
    Imagine all the people
    living life in peace...

    Imagine no possesions,
    I wonder if you can,
    No need for greed or hunger,
    A brotherhood of man,
    Imagine all the people
    Sharing all the world...

     
  • At 8:44 PM, Blogger sparky said…

    har--i think g will's problem is those glasses. they look like they're squeezing his head too much. those egghead types should be careful--humpty dumpty and all.

    do you think you might have to change your hairstyle? that would be bad, unless you want a new color. THAT would be so radical.

     
  • At 4:25 PM, Blogger Devin Kelley said…

    We were wrong about Bush on Iraq? What are you out of your mind? I know you must think things are going really great over there while your sitting in your WH office getting news FILTERED so gwb doesn't here anything bad. tell this to the thousands of men, women and children slaughtered by 'shock and awe'. tell that to the soldiers sent there by you guys without even enough armor to protect them. they have to buy their own freakin' armor? what are you insane? tell that to the EXPERIENCED MILITARY PERSONELL who informed DOD that you know, your gonna need more than 150,000 troops when you decide to invade, destroy, and try to rebuild a Muslim nation steeped in thousands of years of history. oh yeah, we're gonna be greeted as liberators.

     
  • At 4:36 AM, Blogger Lapsed Catholic said…

    In case anyone is wondering, the quote on the poster is:

    "We will not waver; we will not tire; we will not falter; and we will not fail. Peace and Freedom will prevail."
    -Chimpy McFlightsuit

     
  • At 4:32 AM, Blogger Scared citizen said…

    John Lennon is turning in his grave. Imagine was written as an anti-war song.

     
  • At 1:51 PM, Blogger Rick Santorum said…

    This blog is not a joke. What is a joke, and a national disgrace, is all the underage drinking, weed smoking, and premarital sex going on in this country. We need to inflict more spirituality on the American public.

     

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