Miserable Failure

Here’s a nifty idea for a new web project from Blah3.


From this day forth, I will refer to George W. Bush as a Miserable Failure at least once a day. Why, you ask? Well, someone came up with this great idea to link George W. Bush and Miserable Failure in popular search engines. If you have a blog or web site, help raise the link between George W. Bush and the phrase ‘miserable failure‘ by copying this link and placing somewhere on your site or blog.


Thank you very much for your participation.

71 thoughts on “Miserable Failure”

  1. Get over it looser … “let’s play a little internet game” … you people are a bunch of pathetic losers!

  2. I, Michael Moore, am such a Miserable Failure. Michael Moore Miserable Failure, at your service.

  3. Yea bush is GREAT!!!.. Who else would poison our water w/ lead and mercury (Ohio River) LIE to us to start a war and minpulate the publc to see that Lysol is a Weapon of Mass Destruction!!!(Iraq). Who else would line his pockets and support sending ALL OUR jobs over seas!! He’s great I would vote for King Bush anytime the clock states it’s Tyrancy Time!!! Hope you all are enjoying the Monarchy!! (IDIOTS READ THE FACTS HE ISN’T FOR US HE’S FOR HIM)

  4. Stimepy should probably first learn a little thing called spelling before proceeding to bash our president. minupulate?? Come on, that’s just sad. I guess we should all listen to some person who can’t even spell and just listens to all the liberal BS that is put out to try to get someone who has no stance on anything (except what ‘sounds good’ at the time)[kerry]. Guess stimepy failed to notice also that more jobs are being insourced than outsourced

  5. I guess I didn’t but looking at the number (maybe I looked up old number? I’ll have to check.) that what it looks like. As for the spelling, sorry I guess I was a little off that day. Lota stuff turn out wrong, but the fact remains Bush is destroying us and I DON’T endorse Kerry or say vote for him but….. Vote for who ever can make our nation more stable. Cause Bush sure as hell isn’t doing it!!! And by the way, he was not voted in somebody in flordia said no vote for you, and Bush got the job…. Another reason he should be voted out, WOW the worlds full of em 🙂

  6. What’s funny here is that those who argue against the concept are perpetuating the trend by keeping the site relevant.

    As for whether or not Bush is a bad president, consider that more of the country voted against him than for him; it took Nixon and Reagan’s Supreme Court appointees to make him president, thus even negating the process used the last time someone stole an election (Hayes v. Tilden for those too uninformed about our nation’s history); we literally had Enron flying lawyers into Florida to disrupt the democratic process and all this before the election was even “decided.”

    Beyond that, we have someone that lies to the American public, cut our federal taxes and left the states with no other option than to raise their’s (don’t call it a tax break unless you count the full tax burden fools), sent our troops off to a war based – apparently – only on the fact that Saddam Hussein didn’t like Bush’s daddy. Oh, and yeah, that “uniter not a divider” crap? Right. Whoever voted for him based on that is cringing now.

    No, miserable failure suits him fine. In the corporate pocket, disrupting our civil rights, unwilling and unable to listen to the problems most of this nation feels we should be addressing, getting us into a war we didn’t have to fight, doing nothing to stop high fuel prices and disappearing jobs. Heck, he’s not even the moral and ethical person people kept trying to tell me he was. There’s no dignity in subverting the Constitution and killing your citizen soldiers to avenge a vendetta folks.

  7. Wow, John…. Lies to the American public. Lets see your evidence of that. Do you have any proof? I think not. I have not been really fond of the “right wing” approach, but I have been pretty impressed with the fact that Bush backs up what he says he is going to do. Especially after the last “miserable failure” of a president, Bill Clinton. Say, didn’t he lie to the grand jury and get away with it? And what about the several times he stated that those who would perform acts of terror on this country would pay, and did nothing? No. I, for the first time in 30 years will actually willingly vote for the man who is saying and doing what he feels is right. Oh, and the right is as “religious” as the left is “for the working man.” Both sides need to get off of THAT crap.

  8. If you need proof, just ask the 600+ men and women who are dead in Iraq, if the president lied to the american public about weapons of mass destructions, or hell, ask his own cabinet.

    Please reply and keep this website alive an kick’n. Come on, lets do it. Ya know I make your blood boil. Mr. Bush is destroying everything that makes this country srtong to favor corporations, and the wealthy.

    Post Post Post!

    Moohahhhhahhhahhhhaaaaa!

    Liberal Bandito

  9. Michael Moore is a Miserable Failure as is John Kerry. Stimepy, so you mean stimpey. I am assuming you spelled that wrong also. Usually when someone critics your spelling, you don’t come back with poor spelling and add poor grammar on top. While we are at it, why not add the following:

    ABC News = miserable failure
    NBC News = Miserable Failure
    CBS News = Miserable Failure
    CNN News = Miserable Failure

    M Moore

  10. Michael Moore is not a miserable failure and I dont see how he is. See Bowling for Columbine and then tell me what makes Moore a miserable failure. BTW: If you believe the NRA mantra, “guns dont kill people, people kill people”, answer this: THEN WHAT ARE GUNS FOR?

    If you think its protection then here’s my response: protection from what, other people with guns?

    By the way, if you’re going to form an opinion about a topic, look at it from both sides first.

    Also, did you know that George Washington opposed political parties because of “party loyalty”/pack mentality where if you are affiliated towards one political party you would vote for its candidate without any thought to it only because he is of your party?

  11. The name is spelled right… as far as grammer and such well…. just ask Bush whom isn’t helping school districts that are going broke. I am a unfortunate student whom had to suffer. But the fact as so greatly stated are as follows: Bush lied and was not called on it as Clinton was, He let poison get into a river that could have killed thousands if not millions, He went to war with very, very little real intelligents information, but that information was streched to sound as if it quite a lot of information.
    For Bushes side 🙂
    He did a decent job handling 9/11, He has cut taxs(Good or bad you decide), He has put labels on condoms informing us dummy poor people that they are not 100% protection.

    Am I fair… Probably not. Mis-spellings in here… Probably… AM I Perfect… $&*# NO!! As an American whom doesn’t want to not have a job(I rechecked the numbers :)) in a few years, I don’t want any rich know-it-all who could really care less if I have a job or not in that office!! Unfortunatly They will get in but almost ANYONE is better then President George W. Bush JR.

  12. dubya bush is a homosexual. there are new photos circculating via the net of him and some frat boys from Yale dressed in drag, kissing, and such. Pretty weird.

    PS I Think his wife might be a make in disguise. Beware

  13. Michael Moore is a genius, and whoever says Clinton is worse than Bush is an idiot. Clinton lied about getting a blow job. Bush lied about chemical warfare and has thusfar caused the death of 720 american soldiers. End of story.

  14. If Bush is such a great guy then why is he a member of occult secret societies that perform ‘mock human sacrifice’ rituals. Skull and bones and bohemian grove.
    http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2003/10/02/60minutes/main576332.shtml
    given this is printed on cbs news , a site devoted to covering for people like bush , theres a fair chance that its gone beyond hearsay and rumor. Bad news Im afraid is that Kerry is a member of Skull and bones too and I really dont know if Ralph Nader is the answer either …… sorry , but if I’d probably vote for him before the other two.
    There is a huge amount of information on the other crimes of george bush I suggest the debunkers start reading before they start flaming you can come off a little naive.

  15. Bush is a Miserable Failure.

    Clintons Lie: a dick got wet.

    Bush’s Lie: 10’s of thousands of people DIED.

    People that support Bush must have to lie to themselves on a daily basis to refrain from seing the truth.

  16. Hey, Chris! I dont care how many words Stimepy spells wrong!! bush can’t even speak properly! He is really dumb! Look up the bush ancestry and get a shock!! His whole family are crooks.

  17. Hey guys. Let’s not get carried away. There are many things that I dislike and don’t agree with President Bush on. Therefore, I write him a letter. If you don’t like what your political leaders are doing, you HAVE the FREEDOM of SPEECH!!
    I’m not here to compare Bush to other presidents, or to be a critic. I’m here to say that I support Bush – because of what he stands up for. I support him for keeping his word. I support him for standing up for family values. I support him because he has the guts to lead the most powerful nation on earth. I support Bush because of the very difficult descisions he has to make every day.
    By the way, in regards to Bush “lying” to us: how do you know? What about the intelligence that Bush relyed on, but then later found out that it was flawed? We are not the president, and we do not have access to 1/4 of the classified material he does. Therefore, do we really have a right to call him a “lier” and one who steals our money?
    If you don’t like what he does, just write him a letter. TELL him about it.

    I did. Did you?

  18. “Therefore, do we really have a right to call him a “lier” and one who steals our money?”

    Yes, we absolutely do have the right. Though, I’d call him a “liar”.

  19. For all of those dissing Stimpy for spelling errors, it does not take good spelling or good grammar to have something valuable to say about this country’s current President. As a matter of fact lots of folks who disagree with Bush’s actions and the current state of affairs in the world may be inarticulate but it does not negate the significance of their opinion nor nullify their participation in any discourse that offers a critique of the Bush presidency.

    By the way, from all that I have read about W’s own college transcripts he was far, far from genius and if it were not for Legacy status he most likely would never have gotten into Yale.

    And yes, Bush is a dreadful President for a myriad of reasons. From justifying the war in Iraq claiming to liberate the Iraqi people from the tyranny of Saddam Hussein only to center the US in the Arab world for imperialist, colonialist exploitation of resources to decreasing womens reproductive health choices by taking money from DSHS (Department of Social and Health Services) to pay for marriage classes (encouraging women to get married) to the Lacy Peterson Law that essentially says that if you harm a fetus then you are guilty of homicide which is a backdoor attempt to establish the rights of the unborn over the mother which ultimately deteriorates Roe vs. Wade and impacts women who actually want to have children.

    Even if you identify a conservitive is it not possible to be real about all the things that is going on with the Bush administration? I do not see myself as liberal. I was equally critical of Clinton when it was his reign in office. I just want good leadership for those elected regardless of party affiliation.

    bruja de venganza

    References:
    THE PREGNANCY POLICE
    Lynn M. Paltrow, Tompaine.com
    The Unborn Victims of Violence Act poses the greatest
    danger not to women seeking abortions, but to pregnant
    women who want to have their babies.
    http://www.alternet.org/story.html?StoryID=18321

  20. Id have to say that aside from all the spelling whoes here and there, this is a great site to ‘vent out’ or ‘speak our minds’.

    In my opinion, as to many presidents, Bush has his own accomplishments. Giving speeches during graduation ceremonies, singing ‘my endless love’ with Blair on the internet (check it out, may you like him or not, its pretty funny.), and maybe someday do commercials for wendy’s or what not.

    One thing though, do you really think that despite all the information given to him about iraq, despite the fact that somehow he had to pass through the UN, that he still had one great power he couldve used or not – CHOICE. he had the decision to push through with it, may he be right or not. This war id like to say was based not on the american way, but on the pride of one person, and because of his pride this war was pushed IN SPITE.

    One question though stands in my mind – What if he didnt push through with the war? Who would handle the terrorism business?

    Your turn.

  21. I am sick and tired of all you people who criticize Bush for his handling of the Iraqi war. When are you going to start criticizing him for his spending habits?

    I mean it’s all intelligence-failure-this and going-in-with-no-plan-for-peace that, and you’re forgetting that his tax cut (for the rich or less rich) is leading to America close to structural deficits. C’mon, you criticize him for Iraq but you don’t even bother to rack on him (and Ted Kennedy, by the way) for passing No Child Left Behind and then not bothering to fund it. Oops. And while you’re at it, don’t forget to criticize, or better yet vote out, the GOP Congress. The GOP can no longer lay claim to being the fiscal conservatives after running up the deficit like they have.

    Publicus

    P.S. Bush maybe had one good idea. To wit, I would like to pre-emptively strike by saying those who criticize my spelling and grammar over criticzing my ideas are “intellectually weak.”

  22. As for Bush lying about Weapons of Mass Destruction… take a look at this:

    “I will be voting to give the President of the United States the authority to use force– if necessary– to disarm Saddam Hussein because I believe that a deadly arsenal of weapons of mass destruction in his hands is a real and grave threat to our security.”
    -Senator John Kerry, Oct 9, 2002

    “We know that he [Saddam] has stored secret supplies of biological and chemical weapons throughout his country.”
    -Al Gore, Sept 23, 2002

    “He will use those weapons of mass destruction again, as he has ten times since 1983.”
    -Sandy Berger, Clinton Natl. Security Advisor, Feb 18, 1998

    It seems to me that these “respectable” democrats had similar views to Bush! The only difference is, Bush sticks to what he says, and these others just say what is going to get them votes… BUSH LIED BUSH LIED! – yeah, right

    And as for the earlier comment on the NRA,

    “If you think its [gun ownership] protection then here’s my response: protection from what, other people with guns?”

    take a look at this:

    In 1960, Robert Menard was a Commander aboard the USS Constellation when he was part of a meeting between United States Navy personnel and their counterparts in the Japanese Defense Forces. Most of those at the meeting were WWII veterans. Someone at the table asked a Japanese admiral why, with the Pacific Fleet devastated at Pearl Harbor and the mainland US forces in what Japan had to know was a pathetic state of unreadiness, Japan had not simply invaded the West Coast. The Japanese commander frankly answered the question. “You are right,”he told the Americans. “We did indeed know much about your preparedness. We knew that probably every second home in your country contained firearms. We knew that your country actually had state championships for private citizens shooting military rifles. We were not fools to set foot in such quicksand.”

    If that doesn’t show you the value of private gun ownership, I do not know what will. Hitler used gun control to minimize Jewish resistance during the Holocaust. Stalin used gun control to easily oppress the people that resisted the collectivization of farms (namely the Ukrainians) in the early 1900’s.

    What we need is a grip on illegal guns and more strictly enforced regulations that do not allow criminals to buy guns!

  23. “One question though stands in my mind – What if he didnt push through with the war? Who would handle the terrorism business?”

    Stupid question, since Iraq had nothing to do with 9/11 or Al Queda…

  24. Bush is a loser I think we are all aware of that. On a different note if the American people were to vote today for a new president and of the canidates to choose from they had a Mexican, a African American, a Woman, A Gay or Lesbian, or Arnold Schwarzenegger who do you think would be our next president? And don’t bother commenting on my poor grammer and spelling I’m already aware of those things.

  25. my. i do believe y’all are a bit riled up. might we have a more reasoned discourse on the state of our nation, and the best direction for our democracy while we still have one? things have become far too polarized…

  26. “to choose from they had a Mexican, a African American, a Woman, A Gay or Lesbian, or Arnold Schwarzenegger”

    1. Arnold would not be allowed to run. He was not born in the states.

    2. A Mexican would not be allowed to run for the same reason.

  27. Michael Moore is the real miserable failure did any of you see Canadian Bacon? What a miserable failure.

  28. I sure hope all you folks vote. I was born at the start of WWII and have seen enough to say that if you don’t like what ya see…Change it by casting your vote the way you think will do the most good. That’s what it is all about in the end. Presidents come and go and most try to do the best they can at the time. They are not bad people for the most part. The best we can do is vote for the folks or person we feel will do the best for the country.

  29. “In 1960, Robert Menard was a Commander aboard the USS Constellation when he was part of a meeting between United States Navy personnel and their counterparts in the Japanese Defense Forces. Most of those at the meeting were WWII veterans. Someone at the table asked a Japanese admiral why, with the Pacific Fleet devastated at Pearl Harbor and the mainland US forces in what Japan had to know was a pathetic state of unreadiness, Japan had not simply invaded the West Coast. The Japanese commander frankly answered the question. ‘You are right,’ he told the Americans. ‘We did indeed know much about your preparedness. We knew that probably every second home in your country contained firearms. We knew that your country actually had state championships for private citizens shooting military rifles. We were not fools to set foot in such quicksand.’ ”

    No offense, but in my opinion, this is a pretty spurious argument for defending the second ammendment. Your contention is that civilians owning guns is what deters other nations from attacking the US? Granted, you dug up a quote from a Japanese general to support that, but, come on. The average civilian, during a full scale invasion would probably succeed only in shooting his dog.

    I think, more accurately, what deters countries from attacking the US is the size and strength of our military, the arsenal of nuclear arms that we posess, and international diplomacy. Domestically, there’s also the National Gaurd and Police Forces. I think those probably stave off attacks with a little more gusto than Johnny Redneck and his sawed off shotgun under the bed.

    In this day and age, the second ammendment is an anachronism. There is no logical reason for civilians to own guns, plain and simple. However, I don’t necessarily support banning guns the way a lot of people do. I think it would be impractical, and even if it succeeded, people would just find another way to kill one another. Gang members would outfit themselves with knives or pipes or tazers.

    The reason I’m posting this is because I get a kick out of NRA types coming up with all sorts of preposterous reasons that gun ownership is so important. Why don’t you just come out and say it. Gun ownership does not have any positives whatsoever. I support it because I enjoy shooting animals. (I leave home defense out as a rationalization, because if no civilians owned guns, this sort of defense would not be necessary).

    “Lisa – if I didn’t have this gun, the King of England could just walk in here whenever he wanted and start pushing you around. Do you want that? Do you?”

    –Homer Simpson

  30. Looks like a lot of political experts in here. But, why do you all only speak about highly controversial topics that are heavily covered by the media? Reminds me of a broken record that has been playing for a few years now, with each side’s argument being that his own guy is less worse. (Yes, that’s bad grammer, it’s meant to be) Did you know there’s a federal law being debated that may do away with the IRS if passed? (Fair Tax Act) Don’t you think that would affect you a little more than whether or not you can portray the president or a documentary producer as a “bad guy”? It takes as much effort to research a proposed law yourself as it does to read a political “flame” message board, and it also uses an equal amount of time to send your well thought out opinion on the law you researched to a congressman, as it does to try to YELL IN ALL CAPS at someone on the internet. The only difference is that your actions are worth something. (I will concede that this post itself is worth something, the “miserable failure” project seems to have had quite a political impact, and has demonstrated the opinions of some very intelligent people. I say they’re intelligent because they tricked google, not because they don’t like the current president.)

  31. googlebombing is a pretty idiotic and sleezy approach to the internet. I honestly see it as nothing more than a ploy by some overzealous left winger to do what so many do, find the most childish ways to demean those who don’t stand for what you do (i.e. Michael Moore)

    and whats even more entertaining is you picked such an uncommon phrase, you cant even do this in any intelligent way that uses a word or phrase that actually has a chance to be used by the people you’re trying to mold.

  32. Who really gives a fuck. You are not going to get people to type miserable failure that are looking for bush. You should get people to type “bush” or “Walmart” or whatever your dislike in to find a site that is miserable failure. You guys got it ass backwards. I never even knew or cared until it got publicity in the front page of the damn paper morons.

  33. Maybe the reason Stimepy can’t spell is due to this “no child left behind law” or perhaps Stimepy was raised in Texas and went through the school system there. We all know that Texas is one of the top states in quality education right? Oh wait…it isn’t. Hmm…..

  34. It must be really embarassing for the poor fool who has to insult the whole school system throughout the entire state of Texas in order to make themselves look intelligent. NEWS FLASH: You’re an idiot.

  35. We went to war in Iraq to free the people of a tyrant dictator who killed his own people.
    So we jailed him and took over his job of killing
    his people….makes you wonder

  36. I find it interesting that people can jump at the mere thought that Michael Moore may have lied in his documentary “Bowling for Columbine” and get so riled up that they spend months researching everything to refute his claims. And they still come up with mostly arguments over semantics and technicalities.

    But when our president lies on a daily basis and one of his lies is the cause for hundreds of dead American soldiers (and counting), the same people who are hell-bent on proving Michael Moore wrong don’t lift a finger. Its very interesting to see where priorities lie.

    Bush is the most dishonest president we’ve had and his cabinet is filled with liars and corruption. Except for Colin Powell (who has been dragged through this), they have all continuously lied intentionally.

    Get a clue, people. If you don’t believe me, check out this website for a daily catalog of Bush’s lies:

    http://www.misleader.com

    Of course all the righties will dismiss this site as left-wing rhetoric, even though every statement on the site is backed with irrefutable evidence.

    Finally, I think spelling and grammar are extremely important when trying to argue a point. Which is another reason why Bush should have never been elected. There are several books filled with his ridiculously stupid “Bushisms”. If someone coins a phrase from your name based on your stupidity, what does that say about you?????

  37. Just when your website is shut down, you find such a good cause to post on it. My website trouble means I can’t literally take part, but as an ever-commy-european, who’s gearing up for Dubya’s visist to Dublin in the comings weeks, I give you my word I’ll enlist as many as I can once I join the throng of bush haters. Maybe we’ll pull down a bush effigee like in London 😀 mmmm…

  38. begin quote
    If you believe the NRA mantra, “guns dont kill people, people kill people”, answer this: THEN WHAT ARE GUNS FOR?

    If you think its protection then here’s my response: protection from what, other people with guns?
    end quote

    Guns don’t kill people, BULLETS kill people.

    But seriously, if people were not permitted to own guns legally, then the only people that will have guns are the people who do it illegally, the same people more likely to use the guns to kill people.
    When guns are legal, there is a constant record of a gun from its production to its sale, and it is much easier to trace.
    Another thing to think about, we take America for granted. If America was to collapse and no one had guns, good-hearted hard-working families would be defenseless against criminals who are much more abundant due to poverty, unrest, and lack of authority. Its a little out there, but who is to say America will last forever.

  39. Want some facts that Bush is a liar? He said he is a Christian and then called Adam Clymer a “Major League Asshole” in public, his wonderful vice president, DICK Cheyney responded, “Yeah, big time.” I don’t know what sect of Christianity condones that type of discourse but from what I know about Christianity, it condones viewpoints such as loving thine enemies as thyself and turn the other cheek, it doesn’t say go out and call people derogatory names and ridicule them in public. If Bush loved his enemies the way he loved himself Adam Clymer would be having dinner at the White House.

    Bush is a hypocrite. He talks horribly about veterans like John McCain and John Kerry, decorated war veterans who showed courage valor and ethics during combat while he avoided service in Vietnam. If he talks so highly about our troops and those who answered the call to fight for our country, he should be honoring them too. Why doesn’t he do that? Oh yeah I know, because he’s insincere and therefore a liar. The bible passage, Let he who is without sin cast the first stone comes to mind.

    Bush calls Kerry a “flip-flopper.” Hmm, Bush used to drink a lot and drove drunk. Now he said he doesn’t do those things. What’s the definition of “flip-flopper?” Someone who did one thing in the past then changes his mind? And this is somehow a reason not to vote for someone? This reasoning sounds almost as vapid as President Reagan saying any country founded on a revolution is bound to fail, while talking about the Soviet Union. I guess President Reagan missed that part of U.S. history that talked about the American Revolution.

    More lies, let’s see how about, “I’m a uniter not a divider.” It is widely reported that our country is more divided now than any time since the Vietnam era. Then there was the mission accomplished thing on the aircraft carrier in California. If the mission was accomplished why are our troops still in Iraq? If the reality related to this one didn’t involve so much death and destruction it would almost be comical to hear the twisted reasoning Bush and his supporters use to try to explain this one.

    And if getting Saddam Hussein out of power was so important how much of an idiot was his father for not doing that? Someone please explain why Bush Sr. hasn’t been publicly taken to task for leaving Hussein in power by the “liberal media” or his son.

    When Enron was artificially inflating energy prices in California why didn’t Bush call for an investigation by the Commerce Department? When the Enron executives were using illegal accounting practices to manipulate the price of their stock while using “insider” information to cash out their own stock before the price plummeted, why didn’t Bush immediately call for an investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission or the Federal Justice Department? Could it be that Bush had or has loyalty for all the campaign contributions Enron and its executives made to him and other Republicans over the years? If not a lie it’s at least dishonest and unethical. Again not Christian traits.

    Confession is good for the soul President Bush. Come clean if you are a true Christian, I would at least respect you as a Christian man. That will never happen, Bush covets his job and position too much. Christians aren’t supposed to covet either. I guess he missed that one about Thou shalt not kill too. One thing seems apparent, Bush is a miserable failure regarding many of the tenets of Christianity unless he is putting a spin on it that resembles a pretzel. If he is in the least bit Christian at least he knows where he’s going. Rather than labeling him miserable failure maybe we should start calling him “Hell Boy.”

  40. Can anyone out there varify to the exact wording that Bush used when he was questioned about keeping Cheney as his running mate. I thought he said, “Dick Cheney is the greatest vice president this country ever had”. If these were the exact words, did he forget his father was once a vice president?

  41. george w? a good president? smart? the best ever?
    BULL SH$T! Thats ridicoulous! Do your homework, stop getting opinions off Fox and talk to soldiers and people who actually deal with the problems….go interview a family who is struggling with kids and can’t find work…maybe you can open up that narrow mind of yours and vote for someone better than Bush…damn people…do I have to shove a Dewault drill in your skull and drain out all these media-made opinions and rumors out of u? Kerry, I support ya!

    we need trees, not bushes

  42. Yup, Bush is an idiot. He’s the President of the most powerful country in the world, but he’s an idiot. He’s accumulated millions of dollars over his lifetime…but he’s an idiot. He actually followed through on all the threats to Saddam Hussein that Clinton himslef made during his tenure in office…but he’s an idiot. He followed the intelligence given to him from Clinton’s administration and the UN weapons inspectors during that time…so he’s an idiot.

    He took over an economy that solely relied on a tech boom, an economic anomoly that fizzled in 1998, and then began to decline, sharply in 2000. (Bush took over in 2001) But he’s the idiot. Then 911 happened, and PEOPLE panicked and “sell, sell, sell” became the mantra on Wall Street causing an already receding economy to pick up pace exponentially, an more jobs to be lost. But Bush is the idiot.

    Your communist celebrity “gods” bash Bush on Iraq, but then say, “What about Sudan? What about Iran? What about North Korea?” That makes a lot of sense. But Bush is the idiot.

    You bash Bush for being rich, and yet you’re going to vote for a multi-BILLIONAIRE that exploits every possible tax-loophole there is. But Bush is the idiot.

    You call Bush a liar. Do you then believe Kerry is not? If so, congratulations, you MUST be the intelligent ones.

    You probably also believe that the democrats really ARE for the “working man”. “Let’s raise the minimum wage…that’ll solve all of our woes! Oh. Wait. That means the cost of goods rises also? Hmmm…didn’t see that coming. I guess I’ll just buy foreign cars and do all my shopping at WalMart. That’ll get this economy going for sure.

  43. Do you know it’s a proven fact Kerry voters are smarter then Bush voters? Somehow 75% of those people who voted for President George W. Bush still believe that Iraq still had possessed WMDs though it has long been proven otherwise. Did you know 50% of Bush voters still somehow believe there are ties between Al-Queda and Saddam though it has long been proven otherwise? Just so you know when somebody tells you something it doesn’t nesacarily make it true and the same goes for Georgy. Just because hes the leader doesn’t mean hes incapable of lying, that he’s automaticaly a saint. But people are happy living in ignorant bliss, they’re happier to seddle for lies told to their face then the truth. So fuck Michael Moore? Fuck George Bush.

  44. I can’t beleive that this country wants the president with the worst job loss in 75 years. I cant beleive that this country wants to listen to this stupid idiots lies for another 4 years, because I dont. Never have either. I would rather watch ANYTHING else then George Bush talk on the television, its a waste of time Bush! I suppose you dont care though, you let the War go to your Vice President and all you worry about is how your Saudi Arabian oil stocks are doing, eh? You know that if you get in trouble, your Saudi Arabian friends will bail you out then hide the evidence in your daddys library. Just like when you got bailed out of Vietnam. Bush is still a kid, we need a real Man for a President, like John Kerry for example, but I guess this country wants to listen to Bush complain for another 4 more years. All we can hope for is that he get impeached. WHICH HE PROBABLY WILL.

  45. I dont understand what you people have against Michael Moore. He told the truth didnt he? BUsh just dosent want to see it as the truth, and all you republicans cant bear to hear the truth nor to beleive it. Besides, that movie was a year ago, get over it.

  46. Bush is the biggest “Ass Clown” puppet that has ever found its’ way into public service. How anyone so STUPID has managed to pull the wool over the eyes of so many is unbelievable. I am not one of them! I never believed a word spoken by his old man, and I sure will NEVER believe a single thing that his lying bastard of son says
    either. It will be real interesting to see how the lying lairs re-tell the history of this administration later. No more BUSHIT….

  47. Notice how the republicans never ever ever ever ever ever ever talk about No Child Left Behind? Wonder why? BECAUSE IT DOSENT WORK. Bush got the pact passed by congress. Now that public schools are in danger of being shut down, and the kids are facing a move to a bigger school. As public schools get shut down, private schools thrive, forcing people without an education to pay tution to get into school. Exactly what Bush wants. Bush should never attack a candidate on education, seeing as he hasnt done shit for it anyway.

  48. If you will notice, Bush only won by 3 million votes. THats not that much, actually, if you look that he had 28 million votes, and kerry had 25 million, that means that 25million people voted against him 25 million people think he is doing a shitty job as President. So Republicans, dont lie to your selves that he is a good president, or the best. When he dose something to screw you over with, dont come crying to the Democrats.

  49. The thing I like best about the Michael Moore controversy is the fact that republicans (either consciously or sub-consciously) realize that if Michael Moore is taken seriously by everyone, the nation would hate the current political tide veraciously. The point I’m trying to get across is that everytime a republican calls Michael Moore an idiot, they are in fact just furthering the notion that he is a threat, and that what he says is true. I’m a Christian and a democrat (close minded individuals will claim I can’t be both) but to remind people of a case in the Bible, a Jewish elder once told people to leave Jesus alone, for if what he spoke was false, it would be forgotten. Not to say Michael Moore is Jesus, but if he is shouting lies, the best way to get rid of lies are to not keep bringing up the source. I dunno, just my 2 worth.

  50. THIS JUST IN: The American Dollar has fallen behind the Euro. Dosent that just prove that Bush could really care less about this coutnries fate! Soon, we’ll be the poorest country in the world, all thanks to who? GEROGE W. BUSH, what a oil-loving Idiot.

  51. Just a personal curiosity, of mine, that has bothered me for years…

    Whenever a liberal/progressive stands up for the rights of homosexuals, the first retort from the right wing is:

    Why are you so concerned about these queers? Are YOU gay?

    Seriously- I have had this discussion a million times before, with right-wing nutjobs, and that is their first, and upon further discussion- only retort.

    I have no deep insight, here- I’m just wondering. For the record- I’m as straight as they come, but I have to wonder:

    I mean- I despise racism- does that mean, by this same right-wing argument, I’m black/hispanic/whatever? Sorry- I’m white as driven snow. I also abhor anti-semitism- if I stand up against such, am I jewish/arabic, by the fact of my argument? Sorry- not to go into details, but it’s pretty much impossible for me to be such.

    It’s a classic example of the right-wing mindset. Accuse- don’t discuss. Condemn- don’t reason. Dismiss- don’t accept.

    It’s just another example of the right-wing idiocy that rules the public discourse in this country, and it’s just insane.

  52. Did you hear how much certain countries pleged for the Tsunami releif fund? George Bush donated 35 million, France donated 57 million. Apparently, a right wing advocist was attacking france on being stuck to themselves and only worrying about themselves, WHEN THEY OUTBID THE UNITED STATES, one French critic came back and blasted the Bush Administration for this.

  53. Yeah, I’d hate to dissapoint everyone, but Bush cares more about The World than he does the United States 🙁

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