Newsweek publisher Jonathan Alter fashioned a genius piece of literature in his essay, “Trouble from the Top Down.” He wrote, “If Bush is stubborn and too sure that he has all the answers, the modeling of his behavior is likely to result in decisions you would ground your teenager for...Bush’s inattention to the execution of his grand ideas has had fatal consequences.”
To put those consequences in perspective, Bush caused the deaths
of 655,000 Iraqis, 3,200
Bush’s legacy includes sectarian civil war slated to kill
tens of thousands more while it does nothing to ensure
How did Bush fail at such an extreme level especially with
hundreds of thousands of other peoples’ lives? We must look at the same reasons why he failed with his baseball teams
and oil companies. Bush never made
academics a priority at
Instead of excellence, he pursued a life of mediocrity, coasting and incompetence.
After fabricating the initial lie of weapons of mass
destruction, he twisted that perspective into a half dozen other reasons for
Bush used his limited understandings of Islam to force “democracy” into a region whose religion successfully followed “Sharia Law” for the past 1,600 years. Trying to change Islam into “democracy” is like trying to tell a rabid Pit Bull not to bite. You cannot crossbreed a rattlesnake religion with a Canada goose to create a swan. You create a flying rattlesnake capable of 9/11.
How we do anything in life is how we do everything.
Today, as the Commander-in-Chief of the
He makes no attempt to distinguish between migrant workers, criminals, sex traders, drug smugglers or terrorists that cross our borders. A full 10 percent of border crossers feature criminal records. He encourages illegals entering our country to brutalize our educational, medical and prison systems under the guise of ‘education’ and ‘social awareness.’ This invasion of our borders continues five years after 9/11; that’s gross incompetence!
Meanwhile, how do you think those bloody “insurgents” keep supplying
themselves with IED explosives? Bush
In a lifetime of mediocrity, he wasn’t a competent man running for the office of president as much as he was “electable.” Now that he sits in the Oval Office, his lifetime of folly catches up with him, to our soldiers and, worst of all—our nation hangs in the cross hairs of incompetence.
Men of character and integrity created this nation. George Walker Bush couldn’t stand in the same
room as Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, John Adams, George Washington or James
Madison. If everyone knew Bush’s vacuous
history, he wouldn’t be invited to stand in the same room with any combat
soldier from Valley Forge to
A war that Bush launched by twisting intelligence—continues with twisting body counts. Shakespeare’s “tangled web” of deceit spins from the top, but its threads extend everywhere.