I heard a quote from him today, something about allowing dissent in the public square. Since when has George W Bush allowed any dissent within half a mile of George W Bush? Did someone at least snicker when he said it?<br><br>Why doesn't China hand Bush a list of all the pot smokers locked up in Texas or maybe just a list of prisoners in Guantanamo who have no charges levied against them?<br><br>What Bush should be doing is complaining to China about how they manipulate their money markets but Bush is scared to do that. They might start cashing in their treasury notes and stop funding the crushing debt we are accumulating. <br><br>How can we criticize them? They own us. That is what happens when you cut taxes and spend like a drunken sailor.<br><br>But back on topic. Bush complains about the ill treatment of dissenters in China. Sorry, Bush and the United States can bitch like that when we have the moral authority to do so. Bush sold our moral authority quite a while ago.<br><br><br><br><br><br>(__*__) <-- circular sig when standing
(okay, done laughing... what a photo!) Bush gets praise for any measure of strength taken against human rights violations and governments that oppose freedom for its citizens. The hope is that those listening to his words feel they are worthy of respect and that they are spoken from a position of strength and authority. The hope that they are the words that reflect the policies of the United States. In China, is there any indication that this has happened?<br><br><br><br>
GARY!!! You Scamp!<br>I thought that was a GAG Photo!<br>OMG! Now it's TWICE As Funny!<br><br>Door thwarts quick exit for Bush<br>The president strode away from reporters looking <br>annoyed after one said he appeared "off his game". <br><br>President Bush tugged at both handles on the double <br>doors before admitting: <br>"I was trying to escape. Obviously, it didn't work." <br><br><br><br>
Can you believe that? Isn't it ironic? Bears repeating . . .<br><blockquote><br>I heard a quote from him today, <br>something about allowing dissent in the public square.<br><br>Since when has George W Bush allowed any dissent within half a mile of George W Bush? <br><br>Did someone at least snicker when he said it?</blockquote><br><br>I can't believe he actually said that. You know, he sees nothing wrong with keeping dissenters away from him when he is in public places in view of cameras and press. Incredible!! He is telling China what to do -- ugh!<br><br><br><br><br>KateMate
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