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president bush misled the USA
In my opinion, this is a very dark day in U.S. history. The President's personal spokesman, the person who worked closely with Bush from his days in the Texas governor's office through both presidential campaigns, testified on Capitol Hill. Just like he said he would. Under oath. CLICK HERE
I feel a great, great deal of shame and sadness regarding the leadership of the USA for the last eight years. History will look upon this administration as the darkest days in its history.
One can complain about fuel prices that have gone up nearly 5x since Bush took office, or the fact that the economy is on the midst of a precipitous collapse, or that the US is seen as a loud, obnoxious, tempestuous bully that makes its own rules and breaks them depending on whatever agenda is at hand. But what will stick in history is how Bush lied to the American people about the need for going to war with Iraq, and how the commander in chief put the safety and career of one of it's most specialized CIA operatives at risk for political revenge.
The economy in Europe is brisk, nothing like it is in the States. U.S. dollars are worth so little here in Europe it is really discouraging. Honestly, the U.S. seems like how we used to view Mexico. The money is worth so little.
From the President's drunk driving conviction to how he handled the allegations of his cocaine use, Scott McLellan was there to witness it all. He just couldn't take it anymore, and today he testified to Congress.
Rarely would I say anything this partisan and direct, but to those of you who voted for Bush, especially the 2nd term - What were you thinking? Please comment.
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