What do you think of this resignation letter from Bush?

What do you think of this resignation letter from Bush? Topic: What do you think of this resignation letter from Bush?
June 19, 2019 / By Tamera
Question: Bush is not really quitting president; however, this is what a man wrote on behalf of George W. Bush. Normally, I start these things out by saying 'My Fellow Americans.' Not doing it this time. If the polls are any indication, I don't know who more than half of you are anymore. I do know something terrible has happened, and that you're really not fellow Americans any longer. I'll cut right to the chase here: I quit. Now before anyone gets all in a lather about me quitting to avoid impeachment, or to avoid prosecution or something, let me assure you: There's been no breaking of laws or impeachable offenses in this office. The reason I'm quitting is simple. I'm fed up with you people. I'm fed up because you have no understanding of what's really going on in the world. Or of what's going on in this once-great nation of ours. And the majority of you are too damned lazy to do your homework and figure it out. Let's start local. You've been sold a bill of goods by politicians and the news media. Meanwhile, all you can do is whine about gas prices, and most of you are too damn stupid to realize that gas prices are high because there's increased demand in other parts of the world, and because a small handful of noisy idiots are more worried about polar bears and beachfront property than your economic security. We face real threats in the world. Don't give me this 'blood for oil' thing. If I were trading blood for oil I would've already seized Iraq 's oil fields and let the rest of the country go to hell. And don't give me this 'Bush Lied...People Died' crap either. If I were the liar you morons take me for, I could've easily had chemical weapons planted in Iraq so they could be 'discovered.' Instead, I owned up to the fact that the intelligence was faulty. Let me remind you that the rest of the world thought Saddam had the goods, same as me. Let me also remind you that regime change in Iraq was official US policy before I came into office. Some guy named ' Clinton ' established that policy. Bet you didn't know that, did you? Now some of you morons want to be led by a junior senator with no understanding of foreign policy or economics, and this nitwit says we should attack Pakistan , a nuclear ally. And then he wants to go to Iran and make peace with a terrorist who says he's going to destroy us. While he's doing that, he wants to give Iraq to al Qaeda, Afghanistan to the Taliban, Israel to the Palestinians, and your money to the IRS so the government can give welfare to illegal aliens, who he will make into citizens, so they can vote to re-elect him. He also thinks it is okay for Iran to have nuclear weapons, and we should stop our foreign aid to Israel . Did you sleep through high school? You idiots need to understand that we face a unique enemy. Back during the cold war, there were two major competing political and economic models squaring off. We won that war, but we did so because fundamentally, the Communists wanted to survive, just as we do. We were simply able to out spend and out-tech them. That's not the case this time. The soldiers of our new enemy don't care if they survive. In fact, they want to die. That'd be fine, as long as they weren't also committed to taking as many of you with them as they can. But they are... They want to kill you, and they are all over the globe. You should be grateful that they haven't gotten any more of us here in the United States since September 11. But you're not. That's because you've got no idea how hard a small number of intelligence, military, law enforcement, and homeland security people have worked to make sure of that. When this whole mess started, I warned you that this would be a long and difficult fight. I'm disappointed how many of you people think a long and difficult fight amounts to a single season of 'Survivor.' Instead, you've grown impatient. You're incapable of seeing things through the long lens of history, the way our enemies do. You think that wars should last a few months, a few years, tops. Making matters worse, you actively support those who help the enemy. Every time you buy the New York Times, every time you send a donation to a cut-and-run Democrat's political campaign, well, dang it, you might just as well Fed Ex a grenade launcher to a Jihadist. It amounts to the same thing. In this day and age, it's easy enough to find the truth. It's all over the Internet. It just isn't on the pages of the New York Times, USA Today, or on NBC News. But even if it were, I doubt you'd be any smarter. Most of you would rather watch American Idol or Dancing with Stars. I could say more about your expectations that the government will always be there to bail you out, even if you're too stupid to leave a city that's below ow sea level and has a hurricane approaching. I could say more about your insane belief that government, not your own wallet, is where the money comes from. But I've come to the conclusion that we
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Rheanna Rheanna | 7 days ago
Too many words for Bush and he doesn;t even know half od the words you used. I do like the fact that it just ended without being completed. That IS a bush touch
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Rheanna Originally Answered: Did you know that George HW Bush committed genocide?
True, the sterilization of Native American women to prevent births really did happen. There are still many today who actually witnessed or experienced it firsthand. Most issues involving Native Americans are unheard of, unreported by the media and often forgotten, it's sad. Although Nixon was president at this time, I don't really understand how Bush plays into this o_O

Mildredd Mildredd
let me finish "I could say more about your insane belief that government, not your own wallet, is where the money comes from. But I've come to the conclusion that were I to do so, it would sail right over your heads. So I quit. I'm going back to Crawford. I've got an energy-efficient house down there (Al Gore could only dream) and the capability to be fully self-sufficient for years. No one ever heard of Crawford before I got elected, and as soon as I'm done here pretty much no one will ever hear of it again. Maybe I'll be lucky enough to die of old age before the last pillars of America fall. Oh, and by the way, Cheney's quitting too That means Pelosi is your new President. You asked for it. Watch what she does carefully, because I still have a glimmer of hope that there are just enough of you remaining who are smart enough to turn this thing around in 2008 So that's it. God bless what's left of America. Some of you know what I mean. The rest of you, kiss off. PS - You might want to start learning Farsi, and buy a Koran."
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Libbie Libbie
First off, No way George wrote this, but if he did it would have taken him 6 months to put this together! Secondly, this writing would show that Bush actually could thing on his on, which is also untrue! But Lastly, We all know Bush didn't write this because he would never quit, he is the type you'd have to force to leave, the type that will drain a country of as much of the wealth as he could using the sacred White House seat to do so, and then wonder why people don't commend him on his savvy as a crook!
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Juliet Juliet
The Detroit Lions will win the 2008 NFL Playoffs before George W. Bush is impeached and since the Lions are not favored to make the NFL Playoffs this year, George W. Bush WILL NOT Resign.
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Gloria Gloria
Jay Leno has written pieces along those lines , blaming the people for the Bush administrations blunders will never fly....
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Gloria Originally Answered: Did you lose all faith in Bush as President? When?
My son lives in New Orleans. There was plenty of blame to go around, but yes, I thought Bush handled Katrina's aftermath badly. "Way to go, Brownie" has become synonymous for "I can't see a screw-up when it is in front of my face." However, I was suspicious of him long before that. The events of the 2000 election left me with an uneasy feeling. The whole "Cowboy I'd like to have a beer with" reason for voting for the leader of the most powerful country in the free world seemed like a bad idea. When NCLB started coming down the pike, I knew the homework hadn't been done before the decision had been made, and that seemed symptomatic of the whole administration. The specific quote that sealed the disenchantment for me was "No child left behind -- I like the sound of that." Effective programs take work, and are not simply sound bites. NCLB was lofty sounding but with no substance, and in fact was largely misleading rather than clarifying about goals. Many are critical of Obama because they don't think his promise of change has substance. I've read his website, I've researched his votes. While I don't think he's perfect, the substance is there. As the saying goes, with Bush, there was no "there" there.

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