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This individual seeks an executive position. He will be available next January, and is willing to relocate. Should the executive position be unavailable, he can move home and apply for new openings from there.

1600 Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington, DC 20520

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Law Enforcement:
I was arrested in Kennebunkport, Maine, in 1976 for driving under the influence of alcohol. I pled guilty, paid a fine, and had my
driver's license suspended for 30 days. My Texas driving record has been "lost" and is not available.

Military:
I joined the Texas Air National Guard and went AWOL. I refused to take a drug test or answer any questions about my drug use. By
joining the Texas Air National Guard, I was able to avoid combat duty in Vietnam.

College:
I graduated from Yale University with a low C average. I was a cheerleader.

PAST WORK EXPERIENCE:
I ran for U.S. Congress and lost. I began my career in the oil business in Midland, Texas, in 1975. I bought an oil company, but
couldn't find any oil in Texas. The company went bankrupt shortly after I sold all my stock. I bought the Texas Rangers baseball team
in a sweetheart deal that took land using taxpayer money. With the help of my father and our friends in the oil industry (including
Enron CEO Ken Lay), I was elected governor of Texas.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS GOVERNOR OF TEXAS:

- I changed Texas pollution laws to favor power and oil companies, making Texas the most polluted state in the Union. During
my tenure, Houston replaced Los Angeles as the most smog-ridden city in America.

- I cut taxes and bankrupted the Texas treasury to the tune of billions in borrowed money.

- I set the record for the most executions by any governor in American history.

- With the help of my brother, the governor of Florida, and my father's appointments to the Supreme Court, I became President after
losing by over 500,000 votes.

ACCOMPLISHMENTS AS PRESIDENT:

- I am the first President in U.S. history to enter office with a criminal (let alone felony!) record.

- I invaded and occupied two countries at a continuing cost of over one billion dollars per week.

- I spent the U.S. surplus and effectively bankrupted the U.S. Treasury.

- I shattered the record for the largest annual deficit in U.S. history.

- I set an economic record for most private bankruptcies filed in any 12-month period.

- I set the all-time record for most foreclosures in a 12-month period.

- I set the all-time record for the biggest drop in the history of the U.S. stock market. In my first year in office, over 2 million
Americans lost their jobs and that trend continues every month.

- I'm proud that the members of my cabinet are the richest of any administration in U.S. history. My "poorest millionaire," Condoleeza
Rice, has a Chevron oil tanker named after her.

- I set the record for most campaign fund-raising trips by a U.S. President.

- I am the all-time U.S. and world record-holder for receiving the most corporate campaign donations.

- My largest lifetime campaign contributor, and one of my best friends, Kenneth Lay, presided over the largest corporate bankruptcy
fraud in U.S. History, Enron.

- My political party used Enron private jets and corporate attorneys to assure my success with the U.S. Supreme Court during my
election decision.

- I have protected my friends at Enron and Halliburton against investigation or prosecution. More time and money was spent
investigating the Monica Lewinsky affair than has been spent investigating one of the biggest corporate rip-offs in history. I
presided over the biggest energy crisis in U.S. history and refused to intervene when corruption involving the oil industry was
revealed.

- I presided over the highest gasoline prices in U.S. history.

- I changed the U.S. policy to allow convicted criminals to be awarded government contracts.

- I appointed more convicted criminals to administration than any President in U.S. history.

- I created the Ministry of Homeland Security, the largest bureaucracy in the history of the United States government.

- I've broken more international treaties than any President in U.S. history.

- I am the first President in U.S. history to have the United Nations remove the U.S. from the Human Rights Commission.

- I withdrew the U.S. from the World Court of Law.

- I refused to allow inspector's access to U.S. "prisoners of war" detainees and thereby have refused to abide by the Geneva
Convention (thereby also endangering captured U.S. soldiers in future).

- I am the first President in history to refuse United Nations election inspectors (during the 2002 U.S. election).

- I set the record for fewest numbers of press conferences of any President since the advent of television.

- I set the all-time record for most days on vacation in any one-year period. After taking off the entire month of August, I
presided over the worst security failure in U.S. history.

- I garnered the most sympathy ever for the U.S. after the World Trade Center attacks and less than a year later made the U.S. the
most hated country in the world, the largest failure of diplomacy in world history.

- I have set the all-time record for most people worldwide to simultaneously protest me in public venues (15 million people),
shattering the record for protests against any person in the history of mankind.

- I am the first President in U.S. history to order an unprovoked, preemptive attack and the military occupation of a
sovereign nation. I did so against the will of the United Nations, the majority of U.S. citizens, and the world community.

- I have cut health care benefits for war veterans and support a cut in duty benefits for active duty troops and their families in
wartime.

- In my State of the Union Address, I lied about our reasons for attacking Iraq and then blamed the lies on our British friends.

- I am the first President in history to have a majority of Europeans (71%) view my presidency as the biggest threat to world
peace and security.

- I am supporting development of a nuclear "Tactical Bunker Buster," a WMD.

- I have so far failed to fulfill my pledge to bring Osama Bin Laden to justice.

RECORDS AND REFERENCES:

-All records of my tenure as governor of Texas are now in my father's library, sealed and unavailable for public view.

- All records of SEC investigations into my insider trading and my bankrupt companies are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for
public view.

- All records or minutes from meetings that I, or my Vice-president, attended regarding public energy policy are sealed
in secrecy and unavailable for public review.

PLEASE CONSIDER MY EXPERIENCE ABOVE WHEN VOTING IN 2004 AND SEND THIS TO EVERY VOTER YOU KNOW!

Comments

  1. 1. Fortunate Son: George W. Bush and the Making of an American President
    by J. H. Hatfield (Paperback)

    Unfortunately, Hatfield had an alleged suicide before his book was published just like many others who sought the truth on the Bush family. The Bush administration did their best to not let this get published.

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  2. So now that it's almost certain Senator John Kerry will be the Democrats' candidate of choice, how low will they go to regain the office of the presidency? Despite the claims of John Kerry that theirs is a positive message, that only the Democrats can unite this divided country and restore hope for a better tomorrow, we've already been given a preview of things to come. The party best known for soiling the highest office in this great land continues to treat that office with a level of disrespect and contempt never before seen by this generation. The petty, partisan attacks on President Bush, in which he has persistently been accused of lying and misleading the American public, have only become more ugly as the Democrats attempt to raise the specter of Vietnam in a vile attempt to discredit and destroy a great public servant and to cause further division within our country. DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe and Democratic front-runner John Kerry seem intent on making personal attack based on lies and mistruth a cornerstone of their campaign to retake the White House.

    Obviously, 2003 was a divisive year for our country. Operation Iraqi Freedom was a polarizing event, one that many thought would be the decisive issue in the upcoming presidential election. However, Democrats seem very intent on making this election about character rather than policy, leaving one to wonder if the war in Iraq or Vietnam will be the key issue. Democrats have consistently attacked and maligned the character of President Bush throughout 2003. Aided by their liberal allies in the media, their campaign of character assassination has apparently worked, at least for the time being, as polls indicate that a majority of Americans actually believe that President Bush either hyped up intelligence reports or misled them during the build up to war. By invoking this left-wing mantra over and over again, the Democrats and the media are attempting to turn Iraq into another Vietnam.

    A greater example of misleading the public via a malicious propaganda campaign has not been seen since the days of Joseph Goebbels and the Nazi Party. With little regard for acts or historical record, the Democrats have attempted to rewrite history solely for their own political gain. This has nothing to do with the war in Iraq or a supposed abuse of power and everything to do with cheap, petty politics. The Democrats want to win back the presidency, at all costs. What is troubling is that many of our fellow citizens seem to be totally oblivious to what is happening. Are their minds so malleable that they cannot remember the events that led us to war?

    Since the terrorist attacks of 9/11, President Bush has made it perfectly clear that his main objective was to root out and destroy terrorism. After a successful campaign in which the Taliban and Al-Qaeda forces were routed in Afghanistan, all eyes were turned toward Iraq. A rogue state, which possessed WMD, invaded a neighboring country in 1990, and a known supporter of terrorism, Iraq was persistent in its refusal to comply with international law. U.N. Resolution 1441, the last of many resolutions passed by the United Nations in its attempt to force Saddam Hussein to disarm, threatened Iraq with "serious consequences" if he did not cooperate and disarm. The corrupt and inept United Nations had no intention of enforcing its own resolutions, so we were forced to do so. Imagine what the Middle East would be like today had we not de-fanged the threat posed by the regime of Saddam Hussein.

    The fact that only now are we seeing the true state of disarray within the Iraqi regime provides even greater confirmation that Saddam was not being cooperative, nor forthcoming with information about his weapons programs. No one knew what was going on within this closed society, yet Democrats have taken the position that President Bush did know. Both the Kay Report and CIA Director Tenet's recent testimony refute this and clearly exonerate President Bush of all charges of wrongdoing. However, once again, we've seen how the Democrats and their liberal allies in the media have selectively used this new information to further their own agenda to discredit and destroy President Bush. Democrats, by politicizing this war, will hamper future actions that might prevent future terrorist attacks on our country. While a unified America, with two significant victories in the war on terror, could send a strong message to terrorists and their allies around the world, Democrats and the Bush-haters on the left seem intent on sending a different message: America no longer possesses the strength and conviction it once had.

    So now Democrats wish to revisit Vietnam and what it means to America. Throughout Operation Iraqi Freedom, Democrats made repeated comparisons between Vietnam and Iraq. Crying that there would be hundreds of thousands of body bags coming home and that this war would be a quagmire, Democrats once again proved themselves to be wrong. By making outlandish claims that President Bush lied and misled to take us to war, Democrats are attempting to make this war another Vietnam. Perhaps the 60's-era hippies are seeking some sort of validation or last hurrah to justify their spitting on our soldiers when they returned from Vietnam? The only similarities to the Vietnam War is the role being played by Democrats like John Kerry who have emboldened our enemies abroad with their constant attacks on President Bush and their campaign to undermine his credibility, particularly during a time of war.

    Regardless, they were wrong then and they are wrong now. Vietnam proved to the world that the United States was going to take a stand against the spread of communism. The War on Terror will prove to the world that we will take a stand against the evils of terrorism. The one very valuable lesson we learned from Vietnam is that we should allow the generals to fight the war, not the politicians. Our unprecedented success in both Afghanistan and Iraq confirm that this lesson has been learned. By revisiting the Vietnam War during this election, we might take this opportunity to show our appreciation and thanks to those veterans who for so long have felt unappreciated and forgotten. This time around, there will be no spitting on American soldiers, we will make sure of that.

    Despite his wish that Vietnam not be made an issue during the 1992 election, John Kerry (the poster boy for opportunism) now sees a grand opportunity to use Vietnam as a tool to denigrate the character of President Bush. In recent weeks we've heard charges of desertion and AWOL coming from the likes of DNC Chairman Terry McAuliffe and conspiracy-nut Michael Moore. The fact that John Kerry has jumped on the bandwagon should speak volumes concerning his character, or lack thereof. This election will not only be a referendum on Iraq and Vietnam, but on character as well.

    Speaking of character, if so much time and energy is to be devoted towards investigating the National Guard service of George Bush, then shouldn't the service of John Kerry be scrutinized as well? He has certainly made his service in Vietnam a campaign issue. It is ironic that he proudly boasts of his heroism today, yet felt such shame for his service back in the 70's. Questions persist concerning the three Purple Hearts he received while in Vietnam. How does one receive three Purple Hearts and yet only miss two days of duty as a result of those injuries? What about reports that he killed a wounded Viet Cong soldier? Why was this soldier not taken into captivity? Wouldn't that type of incident be treated as a war crime today? If John Kerry conducted himself inappropriately in a time of war, then it is only fitting that a comprehensive investigation into possible war crimes be initiated.

    The question also remains; why do so many Vietnam veterans despise John Kerry? Amongst this brotherhood there is a code of honor and loyalty that forms an unbroken bond. To have such strong feelings of dislike and contempt for fellow-soldier John Kerry raises red flags. Who better to judge one's character than a fellow soldier? The fact that he not only joined the anti-war movement, but also helped to lead it, calls into question his loyalty to those he served with. Marching under the flag of the North Vietnamese while his fellow soldiers were still fighting in Vietnam was deemed by many of his fellow veterans as not only unforgivable, but traitorous. John Kerry's organization, Vietnam Veterans Against the War, was even given credit for emboldening the enemy at a time when they were possibly close to defeat.

    Another possible character flaw has arisen via charges of adulterous behavior. Only time and further investigation will determine if these charges are true. If so, this would only confirm that he is not a loyal or trustworthy person. We've seen how he abandoned his first wife while she was struggling with depression. Of course, the same people who felt that Janet Jackson exposing herself on TV was not a big deal will be as morally complacent on these issues of loyalty, trustworthiness, and faithfulness. However, they represent character flaws, strong ones at that. So while Democrats will surely cry foul over these recent rumors about Kerry's indiscretions, they've shown no remorse for their own campaign of character assassination waged over the course of the past year.

    John Kerry has proven himself to be a blue-blooded opportunist throughout his career. He played up to anti-war sentiment in order to run for political office. As a senator, he has proven to be soft on defense by consistently voting to slash defense spending. He has even gone on record as wanting to treat terrorists not as enemy combatants, but as criminals. His voting record is filled with contradictions: he voted against the Gulf War in 1991, yet voted to authorize the use of force against Saddam Hussein in 2003, all the while naively maintaining that his vote was only to threaten the use of force, and then voted against funding for the war. John Kerry is an admitted internationalist, who favors US action only if blessed by the United Nations. Is that the kind of person we want to lead our country?

    Does America want a man in office who seems to be so lacking in character? So much rides on this election; the terrorists that seek our destruction are not only watching, they are rooting for John Kerry to win. George Bush has proven to be a man of strong conviction and moral character, that's why liberals hate and despise him so. He does what he says he is going to do, which is rare for modern-day politicians. To not re-elect George Bush would not only send the wrong message, it could ultimately lead to more attacks and possibly our demise. Hopefully, America will see past the negative attacks of the Democrats and recognize the fact that Democrats have been the true party of dissent and division within this country. Character should be the determining factor in this election, and that is something the Democrats and John Kerry have proven repeatedly that they are lacking.

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  3. Out on the campaign trail, John Kerry has stated that if he were elected president, he would fight a more ''thoughtful and sensitive war'' against the terrorists. After the shock of the ignorance of this statement passed, laughter followed. A lot of laughter followed.

    Perhaps some background is in order. First, who is the enemy? Many seem to be working under the misguided impression that if one man named Osama bin Laden is hunted down and killed, this war will be over. After all, when Hitler put a bullet in his brain, the war in Europe ended. Would it not be the same in this war? No, it would not.

    Bin Laden is but one leader in a large group of radical Islamic fundamentalists who feel it is Islam’s destiny to rule the world. They believe that this has been promised to them by Allah. They were defeated once by the Christian Europeans and they have not forgotten nor forgiven. The enemy has now focused on the leader of the free world, the United States. We are the evil Satan that stands between Islam and the fulfillment of its prophecy.

    Radical Islam has much of Europe within its grasp. A train was bombed and a country folded. Some European countries have growing numbers of Muslim immigrants that in some cases are now 20% of the population. Anti-Semitism is on an alarming rise in Europe. The slogan of ''Blame the Jew'' is becoming popular once again. A group of college students were touring Auschwitz carrying an Israeli flag and they were attacked by French students also on the tour. It is unconscionable that Jews would be attacked in such a place.

    Spain set a dangerous precedence when it caved in to terrorist demands, voted in the anti-American government, and pulled its troops out of Iraq as the terrorists demanded. As an added bonus for the terrorists, Spain blamed the United States for the bombing instead of the men who actually committed the act. If terrorists are rewarded for killing, they will continue killing.

    Radical Islam has many leaders, and Bin Laden is only one of them. Killing Osama will barely slow the terrorists down. Bin Laden will be immortalized as a martyr and his terrorist movement will continue, always looking towards its ultimate goal of world dominance. Radical Islam must destroy America and all it stands for to have any chance of success.

    Let’s briefly review the tactics of this enemy. It has flown planes into our buildings, killing 3000 people in the blink of an eye. Terrorists strap bombs on to small children and, using remote control, blows them up after they are in a crowd. It has put bullets into a toddler’s head at point-blank range. This warring faction of Islam has blown up cars and buses, killing kindergarten children in Iraq and young men standing in line for a job. Fundamentalist Islam slaughters fellow Muslims without a second thought. It has extensive plans for further attacks on America with the hope of killing thousands more people than it killed on 9/11.

    Terrorists laugh at the Geneva Conventions and behead, rape, and kill men, women, children, and babies without regard. Terrorists kill them all and rejoice in the deed. White flags mean nothing to this killer. Weakness is a sign of victory to this enemy and it will move in quickly for the kill as any predator would do. This enemy is willing to die without hesitation for its cause.

    Nature shows us that when a predator is stalking prey it shows amazing patience as it singles out the weakest in the herd. Then, it moves in for the kill. It is survival of the fittest. The strong live another day and the weak become a meal. Europe is slowly becoming a meal. The United States by contrast, has become the predator. The enemy did not expect this and its rage is expressed by its constant threats of how our streets ''will run rivers of blood.''

    Now we return to John Kerry’s totally ridiculous statement that he wants to have a ''sensitive'' war against terrorists. How, exactly, does one do this? I cannot imagine how John Kerry can believe that terrorists can be reasoned with in a ''thoughtful and sincere'' fashion.

    John Kerry has said that he will have meetings with world leaders where he will profusely apologize for the boorish behavior of America under the Bush administration. Kerry believes that this ''rejoining of the world family'' will cure all ills, and our allies--mainly France and Germany--will be our friends once again. But the question is, will they help America in the war on terror or will they continue to be concerned only about their own internal affairs? As has been clearly shown, many European countries are quick to capitulate to terrorist demands.

    While John Kerry is busy being ''thoughtful and sensitive'' around the world, radical Islam will be planting its bombs in major American cities. Terrorists just love ''thoughtful and sensitive'' people. These people are easier to kill because they are busy being ''sensitive.''

    No American president can sit at a table and negotiate with a terrorist leader because the term ''terrorist'' does not refer to a nation of people but a splintered group driven by an absolute belief in religious supremacy that has infected members of Islam all over the world like a disease.

    John Kerry cannot have a ''thoughtful and sincere'' battle plan against people whose only desire is to kill all infidels, no matter how long it takes, no matter how many lives are lost. The enemy has spent generations preparing for this final battle. It has indoctrinated its children to hate. Radical Islam has ingrained in its children’s consciousness that dying for Allah while killing the evil ones is the only route to paradise.

    The enemy cannot be reasoned with because it is incapable of reason. It does not understand ''thoughtful and sincere.'' Those words are not in a terrorist’s realm of conscious thought. An American president who uses such words will be perceived as weak and the predator will attack with renewed viciousness, sensing the kill.

    History is repeating itself. The enemy has a different, more shadowy face, but it is just as lethal as past enemies. Make no mistake, its goal is the same. America’s response must be the same. The response must be decisive and lethal. The time for ''thoughtful and sincere'' passed almost four years ago when 3000 people died in an attack by an enemy emboldened by the weakness it perceived from the giant that had once again gone to sleep. Americans are awake, but dozing, and the war is far from over. Alas, the real war has just started.

    08.13.04 06:30 AM

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  4. That is excellent writing, May I ask the author of where you copied this information from or did you actually spend the time writing this? If so, I am very flattered that you spent the time for my website! Just like some conservative chess players there is intelligence in the Republican party to give advice to our ADD prez who had his family help him get C's at an ivy league school in the northeast. Did George learn how to pronounce nucular from a professor who needed spell check or taught hooked on phonics 101? What grade did George get on freshman English? That was probably covered up like his partying while AWOL as a so called "pilot" while poor young innocent men and women died needlessly for a war as stupid as IraQ!
    Thankyou!

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  5. You say that you want an open exchange of ideas but all you really want to be right. What I find humorous is that you can't seem to come up with one thing to dispute any of the Kerry info. What you do instead is make comments that are no better than a come back you'd hear on a school playground. It's not Bush or Kerry we as Americans should fear. It's pompous blowhard's with an inflated sense of intelligence and selfworth like you that we should all fear.

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  6. I find you and your continued reference to the war in Iraq insulting. Have you ever served in the military? Have you ever stood to defend our great nation? How dare you speak of the fallen soldiers when you have no idea what it takes to become one.

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  7. I find you and your continued reference to the war in Iraq insulting. Have you ever served in the military? Have you ever stood to defend our great nation? How dare you speak of the fallen soldiers when you have no idea what it takes to become one.

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  8. BUB,
    Before you have a stroke and taking poor George Jr. so personally as if you're criticizing the flag, think about your logic? Did u write this or plagiarize?

    "Regardless, they were wrong then and they are wrong now. Vietnam proved to the world that the United States was going to take a stand against the spread of communism. The War on Terror will prove to the world that we will take a stand against the evils of terrorism"

    If so even though you are seriously misled by your preacher or Rush, your writing is much better!
    You actually believed that we were stopping communism and the domino effect? I cant believe you believe that, but now the communism scare has evolved into the terrorist scare using all the alerts so that we stay in a constant state of fear, mistrust, misundertanding and in turn ignorant anger from only knowing the facts you want to believe. It is scary If Bush gets away with his very organized tactics.

    For your own info, anon, Read George Buchanans book.

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  9. From Pat Buchanan: how neocons are leading conservatives -- and America -- to disaster
    And what we must do now to save our country and our cause
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    Pat Buchanan's new Where the Right Went Wrong: How Neoconservatives Subverted the Reagan Revolution and Hijacked the Bush Presidency explores the pressing truth that few others dare to admit: conservatives have lost their way. The pundit and sometime presidential candidate explains how a Republican-controlled capital city whose leaders daily profess their conservatism could preside over the largest fiscal and trade deficits in our history -- and have us mired in a Wilsonian imperial war to force democracy upon an Arab Middle East that has never known it. This book is about a cabal that betrayed conservatism because, from the very beginning, they never believed in it. As Buchanan shows here, they had another agenda all along.

    Buchanan courageously argues here that the invasion of Iraq and the neocon-inspired mission to impose democracy upon it could be a textbook example of the imperial overstretch that brought down so many empires of the past -- and could bring America down in the near future. He points out that all the blunders committed by Britain's ruling class during the swift fall of the British empire have been replicated by our neocon elites: from the arrogance of power, to the alienation of allies, to the waging of wars in regions where no vital U.S. interests are at risk.

    Meanwhile, Buchanan discusses other signs of grave danger: soaring budget deficits, the steady loss of manufacturing jobs, the unstopped flood of illegal immigration, the rapid deterioration of American education, and more. He examines the implications of the rapidly changing religious, ethnic and racial composition of the country in this age when race, religion, and ethnicity are tearing countries apart.

    What is the Republican Party doing about all this? Buchanan dares to state the truth: the traditional conservative party is abandoning its core principles in search of votes, signing off on imperialistic misadventures and economic treason, and helping to impose a social, moral, and cultural revolution upon our country.

    Buchanan doesn't just summarize the deep trouble that America is in. He recalls Barry Goldwater's dictum that "the ancient and tested truths that guided our republic through its early days will do equally well for us." In a sweeping, insightful prescription for our ills, he sets out the hard choices we must make in order to restore those ancient and tested truths, and bring back sound government in our foreign and domestic policies. He even details how we must fight back and win the culture wars that have sapped so much of our nation's resolve.


    Pat Buchanan tells the truths that few others have the courage to state
    How the GOP has become not the party of Reagan, but of Woodrow Wilson, FDR, and LBJ

    Influential pseudo-conservatives who argued at the end of the Cold War for nothing less than the surrender of American sovereignty -- and aggressive wars to "wage democracy" all over the world

    Wolfowitz, Perle, and other key neocons: how they captured the President

    The revolutionary "neo-Jacobin" streak in neoconservatism that cannot be reconciled with any concept of true conservatism

    The Muslim world: five sobering real reasons why they hate us

    The ambiguous American position on Taiwan: how it has created the real possibility of war between the U.S. and China -- and seven elements of a new, realistic American policy toward China

    Why America's political independence, as Alexander Hamilton insisted, cannot survive without economic independence -- which we are wantonly squandering

    How George W. Bush has bloated the deficit with social programs that out-liberal the most committed liberals

    Judicial supremacy: how today's activist judiciary came into being - and how it must be stopped

    How the Bush threat of war upon nations that had not attacked us is utterly unprecedented in American history -- and puts us all at risk

    Why the worldwide War on Terror as George W. Bush has framed it will continue not only through his presidency, but for the rest of our lives

    How Bush has unnecessarily thrown down the gauntlet to every rival and would-be world power, and issued a challenge to lesser powers to unite against us

    The Islamic world: how President Bush has placed us on a course for endless wars with Muslims who are repelled by the social, cultural, and moral decadence they see in America and the West

    How the Bush Doctrine contradicts history and common sense, and will bleed, bankrupt and isolate this republic

    Where the Right Went Wrong is a much-needed handbook for policymakers and every concerned American to recover conservative politics of principle. It shows how we must restore not only the Right, but our deeply troubled nation.

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  10. Bubba, did u write your comment cuz I have add. I could take that personally and start gettin Bubba angry!
    Instead I feel sorry and almost scared that your anger comes from misunderstanding and maybe a tough childhood.

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