Al Gore was
dull and boring, even Gore and bore
rhyme. But George W. Bush was far
from a bore.
questions, George Bush was
frequently at a loss for words or
creating words, which made him
appear spontaneous and ordinary.
Many people voted for Bush because
he was more "likeable" than Gore.
Therefore, in 2000, voters (along
with the US Supreme Court) decided
that our country needed an average,
likeable guy rather than an
intelligent, accomplished one. Eight
years later, we are paying a hefty
price for having Mr. Ordinary as
In 2008, Ms.
Ordinary is now campaigning to be
the Vice President to the oldest
presidential nominee in US history.
However, it seems that enough people
are beginning to realize that they
will never meet, much less have a
beer with, a presidential nominee -
so, it makes no difference if the
candidate is likeable - the United
State needs a leader that is
intelligent and healthy enough to be
capable and effective.
likes war (100 years in Iraq) and
Sarah Palin believes that the world
may be coming to an end (her church
makes Rev. Wright look like a
comedian). Thus, WWIII is much more
likely with McCain/Palin... McCain
will create war(s) and Palin
should see war as simply a part of
"end times". Prior to Bush,
Americans had not seen how much
damage a dimwitted president could
cause. With Bush's exceptionally low
approval ratings, it's
evident that many Americans realize
they made a mistake by electing Mr.
without Bush, many Americans would
make a mistake by voting for Ms.
Ordinary. Thus, Bush has
done his part to avert World War
Mention for Nobel Peace Prize - Tina
Fey for making a mockery of a
conceited, arrogant and uninformed
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