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The Bush years, in retrospect

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What must it be like to know that most of a nation and world population eagerly awaits your term of office to simply end? For you to go away -- for you to become invisible, forever? Or more sadly, what could it be like to be completely oblivious to such deep, widespread disdain?

When it comes to George W. Bush, he is a stunning example that a shameless man cannot be shamed.

But caution is warranted in these critical times. With 40 days remaining in office, and with a plethora of potential "unforeseen disasters" to choose from, we as the owners of America should not make the mistake of counting Bush out on January 20th, 2009. And, based on their methodology, Bush's handlers of the last eight years may not go quietly. In 40 days, a nearly unimaginable variety of "disasters" could occur.

In any reasonable assessment of the tenure and practical results on America by the man-child George W Bush, can there be doubt that the puppet Bush has been the ideal face to disguise a deliberate series of steps in an agenda to undermine America by those within the shadow government -- the faceless persons that maintain a firm grip on the genuine levers of power -- in their pursuit of the darkest, secretive agendas imaginable?

Or is is actually possible that such an inane, morally and intellectually challanged man could rise to the office of the US presidency and amass such an extensive list of unimaginable failures through shear ineptitude and idiocy, and all the while, the balancing mechanisms within the power hierarchy are asleep at the wheel?  And if so, is our ultimate demise to be that of what we once relied on and cherished -- American democracy -- simply in the wrong hands?

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Michael McCoy is a free American, Vietnam era vet and has ensured that he can withstand an IRS audit and any sudden, unannounced search of his home and documents, in his absence or otherwise. He obsesses about nothing but abscesses over the (more...)
 
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As W takes his farewell lap and gets ready to bail... by Jay Farrington on Thursday, Dec 11, 2008 at 9:10:03 AM
You asked and answered the question.He doesn't... by Sandy Sand on Thursday, Dec 11, 2008 at 8:12:48 PM
I have little doubt, that Dubya will go to his gra... by Michael McCoy on Friday, Dec 12, 2008 at 3:17:34 AM
Mike, you have graciously, even generously, encaps... by Larry Retzack on Friday, Dec 12, 2008 at 12:35:54 PM
And thanks so much for your kind words.Indeed, the... by Michael McCoy on Saturday, Dec 13, 2008 at 3:50:10 PM
Thanks to Nancy Pelosi who obstructed justice by t... by Dennis Kaiser on Saturday, Dec 13, 2008 at 2:03:34 PM