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Hurricane George one major factor responsible for people's faith in Obama

Everything hurricane “George” touched turned to dust: the economy, international diplomacy, wars, crisis events, ecology, energy policy, education reform, etc., etc., etc. Almost every major decision taken by this administration had either disastrous or destructive consequences. There was an unparalleled level of incompetence and lack of accountability in the White House. The so-called Bush doctrine is a scam: it doesn’t exist because its policies are simply chaotic decisions and desperate adjustments driven not by strategy but by special interests and greed.

In observing the election I probably have the advantage of being an outsider: someone who has been raised in a foreign country without allegiance or prejudice to either party. To me, both major parties hold pretty much the same ideals and share the same master plan for America. I’ve always held the Republican party in very high regard relative to its history, vision and last but not least contributions to the demise of communism.

To me George W. Bush shamelessly betrayed the Republican Party and its legacy. Running 5 trillion dollar deficits, nurturing a monstrous bureaucracy, inventing reasons for a preemptive war on-the-go, torturing prisoners against international law, re-writing the constitution and spending lavishly non-existing political and financial currency goes against every Republican principle. This probably explains why a few hours ago so many of my Republican friends voted for Obama.

The country realized the gravity of its predicament and how crucial it is to never again vote simply for “the guy you’d rather have a beer with”.
Poor John McCain tried so hard to disassociate himself from the tainted Bush legacy but such effort was always a doomed, Sisyphusian task. All Obama needed to do was simply mention the name “Bush” and McCain in the same sentence.

“Change” was the code word adopted by both campaigns but it came far more fluently to the Democratic candidate. It didn’t help that McCain decided to absorb some of the current administration’s residual military testosterone and declare a stubborn stance on the unpopular presence Iraq. Looking back, it was the inescapable, ominous shadow of the Bush factor that decided this historic election.


Comments

sharpspeak said…
yes indeed princess yu have put it so well
sharpspeak said…
hurricane george dats cute coinage from the intellectual little princess leslie
leslie you have the smarts,charisma can pull this world together.ve this leadership,electrify the fans,audience with y.a combination of messiah annd moses.very witty.
chills going down my body reading yor beautiful,very honest blog.leslie you have incredible vision,incredibly bright.
Princess Love,kindly write more about your life,waiting to read your story not other creeps like palin,bush.
hope you dont angry reading my blog,its done in good spirit,simply for your FANS

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