Attacking the Man and not the ProblemLocked
It is not a question as to whether George Bush is evil but that he may be listening to the wrong advisors. Yes, GB is wealthy in his own regard, some of his friends are wealthy, and they would benefit from some of the bills he would like to pass. However, does he have a composite plan to address the major problems in America? No, he does not. The bills he tries to pass have a theme that does not play well with the average American. We can?t figure it out, except to say that the first to reap wealth from his bills appears to be the wealthy. A certain ?trickle down? effect is possible, except most of American business would outsource the processing of those raw materials or what ever. See, GW has not identified the problem therefore he can?t formulate a plan. What?s he got advisors for? In some cases they hang on and kiss ass. This is not what GB needs and if I judge him correctly, he doesn?t appreciate it much less the suggestion that he has some ass kissers around, but what person in a great position doesn?t have them.
George Bush needs the right advisors, a real brain trust, a think tank. He does have some good thinkers but he needs more and the right kind. If GB can identify the problems and say as much to America then he has some room till he proposes a composite solution.
As it stands now he reminds me of the little Dutch boy and the leaky dikes. Running from leak to leak, sounding the alarm and plugging a leak; It will not fix the problem. We need to rebuild the dike not plug the holes.
And as for George Bush being evil, he?s just in a evil situation and it?s rubbing off.