Bush playing the Mr. Rogers/Mr. Nice Guy act has not made the "tone in Washington better" as Bush had hoped, but has emboldened the RATs in their jihad against America, Bush and the Republicans.
Bush's Mr. Nice Guy approach has harmed the Republican Party--possibly fatally. While the RATs wage jihad against Bush, Bush "reaches across the aisle' and tries to be "bipartisan", and that has set back the Republican Party 20 years.
More than likely, due to Bush's softie, Kumbaya approach, the RATs will win the White House in 2008 and that is not just bad for Republicans, that will greatly harm the future of this nation as we are in the most critical period of our nation's history with WMD proliferation, terrorism, culture shock with the baby boomers retiring, SOARING spending and shrinking revenues, once the boomers retire. Imagine a traitor like Kerry, a corrupt scumbag like Clinton or a lunatic like Gore running the White House in today's environment. The damage Bush has done to the future of this nation is too great to calculate. Just when the Republicans had the ability to take momentum and make the GOP far more dominant than the RATs, Bush's softie approach has snatched defeat from the jaws of victory.
When enemies see weakness, they exploit it. Bush shows weakness by being nice, and the RATs exploit it to the max. Why Bush has not seen the jihad that is being waged by the RATs against the USA and Bush himself is the biggest mystery in the universe.
posted on 11/04/2005 3:45:53 PM PST
(Bush's #1 priority Africa. #2 priority appease Fox and Mexico . . . USA priority #64.)
"Bush's Mr. Nice Guy approach has harmed the Republican Party--possibly fatally. While the RATs wage jihad against Bush, Bush "reaches across the aisle' and tries to be "bipartisan", and that has set back the Republican Party 20 years."
Yeah, I guess that would explain the increase in Republican Senators and Congressmen in every election since 2000.
Where do you people come from?
posted on 11/04/2005 3:57:03 PM PST
Yeah I don't understand him at all.
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