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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 02:36 PM
Bye Bye to the Worst President Ever
By Bernie Horn

On January 15, George W. Bush presented his valedictory, desperately seeking thanks
and congratulations. So here goes: Thanks and congratulations, W, for showing the
world that today's conservatism is an abject failure.

Thanks to Bush, we know that conservatives are not fiscally responsible, they are not
for small government, they don't stand up for moral values, and they won't make
Americans one bit safer. Conservatives aren't even true defenders of "free markets"-
having presided over the biggest market bailout in the history of the world.

After eight long years, Bush can no longer fool the public. Polls show that he is most
unpopular president in the history of survey research. When the 2006 and 2008
elections are considered together, Bush policies resulted in the landslide rejection of his
party at both the state and federal levels. There are probably a hundred examples where
Bush conservatism failed, but let's stick with the top ten.

1. THE WORST RECESSION SINCE THE 1930's. The current recession will be the deepest
and longest downturn since the Great Depression. And unlike other recessions, this one was
directly caused by conservative anti-regulatory policy. In fact, recent evaluations show that
Bush policies never created any real growth--the ephemeral financial upswings of the past
eight years were based on market bubbles and economic Band-Aids.

2. THE WORST FINANCIAL CRISIS SINCE THE 1930's. The Bush Administration, flacking an
"ownership society", helped manufacture the housing bubble. When it burst, Americans
lost $6 Trillion in housing wealth (so far) fueling a market crash which has cost Americans
another $8 trillion of stock wealth, according to economist Dean Baker. On a grand scale,
we've been mugged.

3. THE WORST FOREIGN POLICY MISTAKE IN THE HISTORY OF THIS COUNTRY. That's what
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid correctly called the Iraq War. This preemptive war--based on
phony pretenses--is now the second longest in our nation's history (after Vietnam). Some 35,000
Americans are dead or wounded, as well as an enormous number of innocent Iraqis. And
even today, more than five years later, can anyone explain why Bush marched us into
this quagmire?

4. UNPRECEDENTED REJECTION OF HUMAN RIGHTS. Recently, a Bush Administration official
finally admitted that the U.S. government engaged in torture at Guantanamo. Bush admitted
that he personally authorized waterboarding. While these clear violations of the Geneva
Convention would have been unthinkable a few years ago, today we're not surprised. From
Abu Ghraib and "extraordinary rendition", to years-long detention of innocents and the unrestrained
killing of civilians by U.S.-paid mercenaries, this administration has systematically squandered
our nation's moral standing in the world, making us less able to protect Americans and
American interests worldwide.

5. WATERGATE-STYLE ABUSES OF POWER. As the House Judiciary Committee staff has
documented, Bush used the politics of fear and division to justify warrantless wiretapping
of innocent Americans (including U.S. soldiers fighting overseas), spying on peaceful domestic
groups, and use of national security letters to pry into the private records of millions of
Americans. He also presided over illegal politicization of the Justice Department and retribution
against critics. In fact, Bush claimed he had the authority to disobey hundreds of laws--as if
Richard Nixon were right when he famously said, "When the president does it, that means it's
not illegal."

6. UNPRECEDENTED INCREASES IN INEQUALITY. As the Economic Policy Institute points out,
"For the first time since the Census Bureau began tracking such data back in the mid-1940's,
the real incomes of middle-class families are lower at the end of this business cycle than they
were when it started." That's because Bush policy was designed to increase ecomonic inequality.
The richest one percent of the population received 36 percent of the Bush tax cuts; the least
affluent 40 percent received only 9 percent. While the rich got exponentially richer, the poverty
rate and the percentage of uninsured dramatically increased.

7. A CULTURE OF SLEAZE. This was an Administration without shame. Kicked off by Dick Cheney's
secret energry task force, the Administration fostered a "greed is good" culture. The subsequent
money scandals (Jack Abramoff; White House officials J. Steven Giles and David Safavian;
Congressional Republican Bob Ney, Majority Leader Tom DeLay, Rep. Duke Cunningham, and
Sen. Ted Stevens) and other lawlessness (Cheney's Chief of Staff Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Sen David
Vitter, Sen. Larry Craig) have toppled the conservative "moral values" facade into the gutter,
where it belongs.

8. UTTER REFUSAL TO PROTECT THE HEALTH, SAFETY, AND LEGAL RIGHTS OF AMERICANS.
Following the conservative business-is-always-right philosophy, Bush dismantled the agencies and
rules designed to protect consumers from unscrupulous businesses, workers from reckless
employers, and small companies from anti-competitive large companies. If conservatives
didn't like a federal law, they blocked, hindered, or defunded agency enforcement.

9. BLIND REJECTION OF SCIENCE. The Bush Administration thumbed its nose at scientific evidence
that contradicted conservative political goals. The resulting lies about global warming, endangered
species, toxic chemicals, and consumer products threaten the health and safety of every American.
And the virtual outlawing of stem-cell research has delayed important medical advances by years,
causing immeasurable suffering and loss of life.

10. PRESIDING OVER OUR NATION's WORST NATURAL DISASTER, AND NOT CARING. Hurricane
Katrina was transformed from a calamity into a national disgrace by the sheer incompetence
and indifference of the Bush Administration. Before the hurrican struck, Bush had downsized the
the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and placed in charge a political crony with
no relevant experience. When Katrina ripped through New Orleans and inflicted nearly $100 billion
in damages, making it the costliest hurricane in U.S. history, FEMA was unprepared to help and
thousands of Americans suffered the consequences. More than 3 years later, New Orleans has
still not recovered.

So, congratulations for being the worst president in American history. That's not just my personal
opinion; that's the opinion of 109 historians polled by the History News Network. Fully 61 percent
ranked Bush as the "worst ever". Ninety-eight percent labeled his presidency a "failure". And this poll,
taken in early 2008, predated the cataclysmic housing and banking crashes. Bye bye W---
history will NOT be kind.


http://ourfuture.org/print/33218

 
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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 03:49 PM
Thank God he wasn't able to invest social security money in the stock market like he wanted to. Can you imagine how bad it would be had he been able to do that like he wanted? Yes, he got a rubber stamp on almost everything from congress and it turned out bad. Thankfully, congress at least stopped him from doing that!
 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 03:52 PM
So you think Social Security is just fine the way it is?

BTW, he loves you too


[Edited on 1/18/2009 by heineken515]

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:03 PM
No, it needs to be fixed. But if Bush fixed it his way, then your grandmother might be digging in the dumpster for food a few years earlier than she will now!

[Edited on 1/18/2009 by 2112]

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:05 PM
OK that response demonstrates that you have no clue as to what he was proposing to begin with, so go on with yourself.
 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:08 PM


GOODBYE!... From all of us at Circuit City!

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:08 PM
seems pretty one sided, but hey alls fair right? Lets see important to me is the fact we did not have one more terrorist aattack in this country after 911,,I think he did ok in africa with relief for those countries still in civil war. you can not blame the whole economy mess on bush after all he is responsible for alot of it but not the gutting of the economy by greedy CEO's gas speculators and the realestate fiasco, nor inron,AIG, that blame has to be put on thousands of shoulders, was he my favorite NO not even close but IMO blaming him for everything short of the extintion of the dinosaurs.. well you get the idea..

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:23 PM
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YxTQpQB0NuU

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:25 PM
I'll take a shot at #10 on the list...

The fact that 33,000 people disobeyed orders to evacuate didn't help matters any. Was that Bush's fault? City officials were putting out stories about the rescuers being shot at. As as a result they were told not to go in and help (as if any wanted to at that point.)...Bush's fault?

These statements were later proven false, and the city officials admitted they did nothing to set the record straight....Was that Bush's fault? The idiots who decided to stay and congregated at the Super Dome were told to bring three days worth of food and water, yet showed up empty handed...Bush's fault?

Although you don't hear about it much, it turned out to be the most extensive and successful rescue effort ever undertaken in this country. Did it go perfectly? No, but I'd like to know what you would have done differently, woodsdweller.

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:39 PM
Items 1 and 2 on the list? Shredded.

This is from 2004!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_MGT_cSi7Rs

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:50 PM
I believe Katrina rests at the foot of the Bush administration because of the aftermath and at the feet of previous adminstrations for failing to maintain a proper levey. I have a friend who is close friends with a man who was standing on a bridge and watched his friend get shot by 'police'. The police have denied involvement in the shootings but subsequently, information has emerged that the 'police' may actually have been from Blackwater.

Bush appointed people who were unprepared to deal with a catastrophe as great as Katrina and for that I fault him.

 

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  posted on 1/18/2009 at 04:55 PM
You guys (alloak4 & rydethwind) are right.....there's plenty of blame to go around. This article happens to focus on Bush, because during his farewell speech, he acted like his usual smug self, denying any responsibility for the mess we're in. I could talk about how people like (Clinton Treasury Secretary) Robert Rubin, Pelosi and others contributed to the mess, but that's another thread for another time. This isn't a thread about what the LEGISLATURE did right or didn't do right. The Presidency is HIGHEST OFFICE in the country, so whomever occupies it bears a lot of responsibility for the way the country is headed. This was my parting shot to our buddy Dubya, who couldn't steer the ship correctly even if his life depended on it. And regarding your YouTube link, alloak4, remember that the Congress was under REPUBLICAN CONTROL during 2004. The Dems weren't in charge til 2006. Also, the clip on your link was produced by NakedEmperorNews, very right wing biased.

[Edited on 1/20/2009 by woodsdweller]

 

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Wow. I guess you guys are right. We are so much better off than we were in 2000. Before we had 9/11, which we should have seen coming. Before the rec`ession. Before the Iraq, a war that should never have happened. Before Bush threw the Constitution into a paper shredder. Before we violated human rights in Gitmo. Things are much better now. Thank you, George.



Nobody's saying that. But far too often bitter partisanship seems to get in the way of facts. There's a whole lot of blame to go around, and this Bush Derangement Syndrome has gotten so far out of hand! We were talking the other night about what's happened to the GOP and what they need to do about it.

For sure, they need to do a MUCH better job of justifying and explaining their positions to people. When there are misconceptions out there somebody needs to step up and try to set the record straight..They're so dead set on staying on the high ground and just going along with it. Sometimes the low road has to be taken when it comes to standing up for yourself. All their detractors don't seem to have a problem with it.

I guess that's it. They need to stand up for themselves when needed and explain their philosophies and positions a lot better -- not just stand there like human punching bags.

 

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I believe Katrina rests at the foot of the Bush administration because of the aftermath and at the feet of previous adminstrations for failing to maintain a proper levey. I have a friend who is close friends with a man who was standing on a bridge and watched his friend get shot by 'police'. The police have denied involvement in the shootings but subsequently, information has emerged that the 'police' may actually have been from Blackwater.

Bush appointed people who were unprepared to deal with a catastrophe as great as Katrina and for that I fault him.


Ann not disagreeing with you but i have often wondered how will we as people ever be prepared for the worst natural disaster to ever hit the US? i do not think we can simply because it is different each time and we have no practice for these events ,we wing it and do the best we can, after all if you live by a river or the ocean it is NOT if you will ever be flooded but just a matter of when.. i know out west here we look at Seattler different now One day Mt. rainer will erupt and Seattle may well disapear along with many other cities downstream how can you prepare for that? somethings are out of our hands,we just have to do the best we can and sadly sometimes it is not very good.

 

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And you voted for him twice!!!.......... But then again we voted for thatcher 3 times. We were like Homer Simpson trying to get the 6 pack down from the power line.

 

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Wow. I guess you guys are right. We are so much better off than we were in 2000. Before we had 9/11, which we should have seen coming. Before the rec`ession. Before the Iraq, a war that should never have happened. Before Bush threw the Constitution into a paper shredder. Before we violated human rights in Gitmo. Things are much better now. Thank you, George.



Nobody's saying that. But far too often bitter partisanship seems to get in the way of facts. There's a whole lot of blame to go around, and this Bush Derangement Syndrome has gotten so far out of hand! We were talking the other night about what's happened to the GOP and what they need to do about it.

For sure, they need to do a MUCH better job of justifying and explaining their positions to people. When there are misconceptions out there somebody needs to step up and try to set the record straight..They're so dead set on staying on the high ground and just going along with it. Sometimes the low road has to be taken when it comes to standing up for yourself. All their detractors don't seem to have a problem with it.

I guess that's it. They need to stand up for themselves when needed and explain their philosophies and positions a lot better -- not just stand there like human punching bags.


Why? Why not just do what Bush did? Screw up for 8 years and revise history when you leave office. No, I believe in "The buck stops here". Sure, there is enough blame to go around, but the vast bulk of the blame falls on Bush, the worst president ever.



Well, he's gone now....

But as far as in the future goes...I hope the Republicans do what I said, dammit!...

 

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I believe Katrina rests at the foot of the Bush administration because of the aftermath and at the feet of previous adminstrations for failing to maintain a proper levey. I have a friend who is close friends with a man who was standing on a bridge and watched his friend get shot by 'police'. The police have denied involvement in the shootings but subsequently, information has emerged that the 'police' may actually have been from Blackwater.

Bush appointed people who were unprepared to deal with a catastrophe as great as Katrina and for that I fault him.


He deserves fault but only part of the fault. The greater fault lies with the officials of Lousiana and New Orleans itself. Here in New York we just witnessed what well trained local officials can do. Bush gets no credit for the response of local officials here but he can't be blamed for it either when it goes wrong. That said, there is no question that the federal agencies should have had a better response. But the first response lies with the locality and the people of New Orleans have elected and re-elected incompetents.

 

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...One day Mt. rainer will erupt and Seattle may well disapear along with many other cities downstream how can you prepare for that?


Seattle would get a swift and effective federal response, just like Florida does. The reason: Seattle and Miami aren't the Lower 9th Ward.

 

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...One day Mt. rainer will erupt and Seattle may well disapear along with many other cities downstream how can you prepare for that?


Seattle would get a swift and effective federal response, just like Florida does. The reason: Seattle and Miami aren't the Lower 9th Ward.



This is a perfect example of what I was saying....We're fed a bunch of bullcrap and the usual suspects see it as an opportunity to do some race baiting. Might help them get back in power. Nobody steps up to try and set the record straight and pretty soon it's accepted as fact.

The GOP needs some PR people bad!!!

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/01/18/opinion/edyoung.php

 

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seems pretty one sided, but hey alls fair right? Lets see important to me is the fact we did not have one more terrorist aattack in this country after 911,


Uh except for the Anthrax attacks that killed 5. Nevermind the fallacy you are still pimping. To be fair then since since we had the worst terrorist attack ever on his watch, then he is equally to blame for that monumental failure as he is for the so called success at keeping us safe. Right?

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I think he did ok in africa with relief for those countries still in civil war. you can not blame the whole economy mess on bush after all he is responsible for alot of it but not the gutting of the economy by greedy CEO's gas speculators and the realestate fiasco, nor inron,AIG, that blame has to be put on thousands of shoulders, was he my favorite NO not even close but IMO blaming him for everything short of the extintion of the dinosaurs.. well you get the idea..


People are only blaming him because as our nations leader, he showed no leadership at all at many points where it was sorely needed. He is blamed because when he could have acted, he didnt. He is blamed because his actions at appointments made many situations worse (Katrina and Brown anyone?)

 

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He deserves fault but only part of the fault. The greater fault lies with the officials of Lousiana and New Orleans itself.


Not when they legally passed the responsibility to the feds. The popular thing to do is blame the Democrats at the local level rather than the federal response guided by the Republicans and their horse show judge leader.

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Here in New York we just witnessed what well trained local officials can do.


So, a plane ditching in a river is equal to one of the largest forces of nature ever? Ok.

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Bush gets no credit for the response of local officials here but he can't be blamed for it either when it goes wrong.


Why would he get any credit for it when NOBODY asked for federal assistance, declared the area a disaster etc. etc. etc. Again, you are comparing a ditching plane to an enormous natural disaster. Whats wrong with you? A 5 year old can see that they are vastly different in comparison.

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That said, there is no question that the federal agencies should have had a better response.


Well, they didnt in large part because they were headed by completely incompetent leadership appointed by Bush.

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But the first response lies with the locality and the people of New Orleans have elected and re-elected incompetents.


Again, Blanco passed responsibility to the Feds 3 days before Katrina hit. FEMA had 3 days to get relief into position or at least to staging areas. After the storm hit, it was 3-4 days before people saw any help at all. Beyond that, Bush at least admitted blame for the failure to act sooner.

EDIT: BTW, I'm not just speculating on the Katrina issue. I was there on the front lines working the evac shelters and assisting in performing emergency management. I saw the failures first hand.

[Edited on 1/19/2009 by SquatchTexas]

 

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BTW, I'm not just speculating on the Katrina issue. I was there on the front lines working the evac shelters and assisting in performing emergency management. I saw the failures first hand.


While you were down there on the front lines of all this.. Did you personally witness any slant toward who to help or not based on race - or hear any discussion, orders, ect, among rescue personnel along these lines?

 

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BTW, I'm not just speculating on the Katrina issue. I was there on the front lines working the evac shelters and assisting in performing emergency management. I saw the failures first hand.


While you were down there on the front lines of all this.. Did you personally witness any slant toward who to help or not based on race - or hear any discussion, orders, ect, among rescue personnel along these lines?


No. We were dealing with the throngs of people that were pouring in daily. Black, white, other, it didnt matter. We did notice, however, that those that showed up were typically very poor and had no means by which to have gotten out sooner.

 

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Don't let the door hit ya in the ass!!, I say http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wwNiVZWuQpE

 

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I believe Katrina rests at the foot of the Bush administration because of the aftermath and at the feet of previous adminstrations for failing to maintain a proper levey. I have a friend who is close friends with a man who was standing on a bridge and watched his friend get shot by 'police'. The police have denied involvement in the shootings but subsequently, information has emerged that the 'police' may actually have been from Blackwater.

Bush appointed people who were unprepared to deal with a catastrophe as great as Katrina and for that I fault him.


He deserves fault but only part of the fault. The greater fault lies with the officials of Lousiana and New Orleans itself. Here in New York we just witnessed what well trained local officials can do. Bush gets no credit for the response of local officials here but he can't be blamed for it either when it goes wrong. That said, there is no question that the federal agencies should have had a better response. But the first response lies with the locality and the people of New Orleans have elected and re-elected incompetents.


The situation in New York wasn't any government reaction, but the reaction of everyday folks like the ferry captains and NY firemen. By the time higher officials knew about it, many of the people were already rescued.


WHo do the fire and police work for? Who would be held responsible if they screwed up? How about Sept. 11? The point is it is the difference between effective and ineffective local response. New Orleans is a mess.

 

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