G.W.Bush a liar?

From: homer <homeranonymous_at_netscape.net>
Date: Mon Feb 24 00:04:43 2003

Well said. Ditto all the following:

> I'm not aware of ANY lies by the current
> administration, no less "lies and more damnedable
> lies"
> Also, you can't hold this administration responsible
> for the misdeeds of past administrations.
> In fact, I'd call the previous administration one of
> the most dishonest and criminal administrations this
> country has ever had.
> Luckily our system of government is such that people
> like this cannot remain in power for too long.
> As for the rest of what you say, I don't have any data
> for or against it.
> America is a representative republic. Not quite a
> democracy. And yes, the government does things that
> the people don't necessarily like or agree to.
> Given that, I still believe we have the free-est and
> best form of government on the planet.
> It is not corruption or mistake free. Nor is it free
> of the normal human expressions of greed, ego, hatred,
> and agression.
> It's still head and shoulders above all other
> government systems on the planet.
> Considering the broad areas in which the U.S. is
> invlolved in, the huge amount of AID it gives to the
> rest of the world, you have to see that basically we
> are a good country.
> I would like it to be perfect, but that's not possible
> in human affairs. It could certainly be better. And
> what I like about Bush and his administration is that
> he got right to the task of setting right all the
> wrongs of previous administrations he could find and
> fix.
> I know he will be relected in 2004 with a landslide.
> It's a shame he can't run for a third term. Cheney
> will probably not be able (or willing) to run for
> President in 2008.
> Before the election, and before I saw Bush in action.
> I was sure he'd be a one term President and that
> Hillary Clinton or maybe Al Gore would run in 2004 and
> take back the Presidency for the Democrats.
> Now, I'm sure that won't happen.
> It's amazing that you can call a liar, a man whose
> reputation is largely made by his truthfulness and
> trustworthyness. As Governor of Texas he kept most all
> of his promises. And left the state in a much better
> condition than it was when he took office.
> You may not like his policies, or his decisions. But,
> that doesn't make him a liar.
> Regards,
> Al
Received on Mon Feb 24 2003 - 00:04:43 GMT

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