Today the Bush/Cheney campaign for re-election started with a series of advertisements which they believe will pull them up in their sagging poll ratings.
George W. Bush claims "leadership" and that he sees in his "vision" the future of America. It is plain to see that his "leadership" and his "vision" of America are harmful to Americans.
I can't believe that this administration looks at the attack of 9/11 as some sort of victory. Bush originally said that he would not use the events of 9/11 for political purposes. (Associated Press 1/23/2003) But it is his ‘kickoff" of his campaign.
Then Bush said that his "tax cuts" would bring millions of new jobs to America. We have lost more jobs in this country than in any previous presidential administration. They keep saying that the economy is improving, but such improvement on Wall Street is not evident on Main Street.
Bush intended to start a war with Iraq from the very beginning of his administration. One of his own cabinet officers says that it was an obsession of the president's. Bush denies this, but was 9/11 merely his excuse to get Saddam?
Bush and his administration said that Iraq had Weapons of Mass Destruction. The Bush Administration's Secretary of Defense stated under oath that he knew where the weapons were located. They have not discovered any weapons.
What the president should tell America is that he is sure there were Weapons of Mass Destruction in Iraq because his daddy gave them to Saddam.
Then President Bush wraps himself in the cloak of his "Born Again" religious faith. But if this is "faith," if this is "leadership," if this is "vision," then I want to know which Bible Bush gets his scriptures. My Bible tells us ... "all liars, shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone," Revelations Chapter 21 verse 8.
Ernestina Tentori vda. de Reza, Payson