Bush open for Suggestions

This post was written by marc on September 10, 2003
Posted Under: Bush,Letters to the Editor,Politics

Letter to the Editor

Bush claims he is “open for suggestions” as to what to do about Iraq. Ok – I have a suggestion. Why don’t we get out of Iraq and go after Bin Laden in Pakastan and go after the Saudi’s who are backing him. But Bush isn’t going to do that because he made a deal not to go after Bin Laden. Seems to me that if you are going to fight terror you should go after the real enemy rather than trying to pass laws taking away rights from Americans. That’s my suggestion.

Reference: Times of India

Reader Comments

Typical conservative remarks…

I’d rather he’d fix the economy, instead of acting out Rambo fantasies.

Anyhow, it’ll be funny to see George Dumbya become another One Term Wonder like his father & Hoover.

Also, was the waiting period on abortion in Missouri passed so that the woman’s brother, father & first cousin could fight over who sired the future inbred loser?

Written By Bellamorte on September 13th, 2003 @ 3:23 pm

WHAT?!?! Fix the economy you say??

The nasdaq alone is up 40% this year! People are talking that the DOW could hit 10000 again before the year is up.

Sure jobs are sagging but give the companies the time they need to recover from Clinton and they will begin to hire again as the economy continues to improve.

Teh economy is fine, and the democRATS better find a new topic to hit on Bush with. Bashing him on the economy isn’t going to work.

*stupid dolt*

Written By THEBIRD on September 14th, 2003 @ 3:00 pm

thebird *stupid dolt* almost every f*cking state is in deficit thanks to bush and the republicans cutting state and local programs across the board, recover from clinton my ass. economic growth is 2.5 to 3% with a slow growth forecast. more jobs being cut, the country’s federal budget deficit tripling in one year. just read what peter peterson, chairman of ny federal reserve, has to say about our future…you stupid dolt!

Written By junknira on September 28th, 2003 @ 4:53 pm

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