President Bush on how he’d like to be seen:

“I’d like to be a President (known) as somebody who liberated 50 million people and helped achieve peace; that focused on individuals rather than process; that rallied people to serve their neighbor; that led an effort to help relieve HIV/AIDS and malaria on places like the continent of Africa; that helped elderly people get prescription drugs and Medicare as a part of the basic package; that came to Washington, D.C., with a set of political statements and worked as hard as I possibly could to do what I told the American people I would do,”

There’s more here. Unfortunately, there are very few people who can discuss this topic dispassionately at this time. So much of this is still in flux anyway. Only time will tell if opinions will shift – even slightly.


  1. davidwwalters

    You know, i’d have liked to have seen Bush succeed with his foreign policy initiatives. Though i never voted for the man, i figured he had the opportunity to really change the world in a positive way after 9-11. But i have to say i am surprised at how poorly he did fare. History will judge this man harshly, and with good reason.

  2. artuen

    davidwwalters your a partisan hack making a partisan statement. Really change the world in a positive way? WTF are you talking about? Have cookies and milk with Bin Laden? Or maybe blow up a pharmaceutical plant in Sudan. All the while singing kumbaya…..I think history will judge him quite favorably while the obaton’s (or is that Clibama’s?) will be forgotten in five years. Anyway, you are an idiot.

  3. kaishinden

    to artuen

    the problem with you is you do not know about geography. al queda & saddam are 2 different people & where they come from are 2 different countries.
    there is no relationship bet. saddam & OBL. but your bush invaded a country based on lies. people like you are stupid & ignorant & cannot distinguish bet. 2 people.
    thank you

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