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Who is the worst President?
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26 / M / Grandline
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Posted 3/26/08
none of them...its gloria
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23 / M / Yew Nork
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Posted 3/27/08

pinoyrave wrote:

*sigh* someone who supports bush.. im ashamed of america once again.


I don't support Bush. But I don't support people who say he's the worst president in American history. There are a few more candidates that beat him by a lot.
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I don't understand why so many people are so against Bush. He's done extremely well with (as I've said in another poll) with the cards he's been dealt. Clinton (Bill) left his foreign affairs pretty much sadly lacking. Do you think it was Bush's fault we were attacked in 9/11? Sheesh...He's the one with the gumption to have actually said that enough is enough. Terror should come to an end. With how it is in Iraq right now, do you people actually believe that pulling out right now when things are in such state is a good idea? When I think of the kids and women in Iraq who were scared and not even allowed to have the most basic freedoms we women and kids here in the States and other countries have...it's sad. I know it's an American mentality to help ourselves before others, but I think it's also an American mentality that our country represents freedom and change. It's also not his fault that N. Korea Started to make threats (Billy Boy forgot them I suppose). Then China decides to not regulate the safety of the products that come from their country. Our Economy is weak right now, partaly because the super powers of the business world decided that having countries like China who have cheap labor, produce items for the American Market. Gas prices are high...well one day we'll eventually deplete our sources...I'm not some hippie Environmentalist, but we Americans are gas guzzlers. Demand is high, sources low, so prices are bound to sky rocket. ahh...I've had my rant I'm outta gas myself lol
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21 / M / Bulacan,Philipines
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Posted 3/28/08
lol its bill clinton..i guess there's no personlan..
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Posted 3/28/08
BUSH!!
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Posted 3/28/08
Wonder why everyone hates bill clinton? He didn't do such a bad job. So what if he was unfaithful to Hilary. For some reason, it never seemed to bother her too much.
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Posted 3/28/08
where the hell is bush?
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24 / F / KorOnaDal ciTy, P...
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Posted 3/28/08
Gloria Macapagal Arroyo hands down!!!
she's a corrupting, cheating, lying *****!!!
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25 / M / United States
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Posted 3/28/08
fo shizzle
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Posted 3/29/08

AznTacoLover wrote:

where the hell is bush?



BumBleB wrote:

BUSH!!


Reading the first post of a thread is always a smart idea, you know
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Posted 3/29/08

minkchan wrote:

I don't understand why so many people are so against Bush. He's done extremely well with (as I've said in another poll) with the cards he's been dealt. Clinton (Bill) left his foreign affairs pretty much sadly lacking. Do you think it was Bush's fault we were attacked in 9/11? Sheesh...He's the one with the gumption to have actually said that enough is enough. Terror should come to an end. With how it is in Iraq right now, do you people actually believe that pulling out right now when things are in such state is a good idea? When I think of the kids and women in Iraq who were scared and not even allowed to have the most basic freedoms we women and kids here in the States and other countries have...it's sad. I know it's an American mentality to help ourselves before others, but I think it's also an American mentality that our country represents freedom and change. It's also not his fault that N. Korea Started to make threats (Billy Boy forgot them I suppose). Then China decides to not regulate the safety of the products that come from their country. Our Economy is weak right now, partaly because the super powers of the business world decided that having countries like China who have cheap labor, produce items for the American Market. Gas prices are high...well one day we'll eventually deplete our sources...I'm not some hippie Environmentalist, but we Americans are gas guzzlers. Demand is high, sources low, so prices are bound to sky rocket. ahh...I've had my rant I'm outta gas myself lol


Finally, someone that realizes Bush isn't a bad president!
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Posted 3/29/08

IBeHops wrote:


AznTacoLover wrote:

where the hell is bush?



BumBleB wrote:

BUSH!!


Reading the first post of a thread is always a smart idea, you know :(


I know i think i didn't check what i wroted
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28 / M / UK
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Posted 3/29/08
Why are your criteria so arbitrary? There are many ways to define "bad".


itachi4hokage wrote:

ok who is this guy i know he is uncle sam but is he real



Common folklore holds origins trace back to soldiers stationed in upstate New York, who would receive barrels of meat stamped with the initials U.S. The soldiers jokingly referred to it as the initials of the troops' meat supplier, Samuel Wilson of Troy, New York. The 87th United States Congress adopted the following resolution on September 15, 1961: "Resolved by the Senate and the House of Representatives that the Congress salutes Uncle Sam Wilson of Troy, New York, as the progenitor of America's National symbol of Uncle Sam." Monuments mark his birthplace in Arlington, Massachusetts, and site of burial in Oakwood Cemetery, Troy, New York. Another sign marks "The boyhood home of Uncle Sam" outside his second home in Mason, NH. The first use of the term in literature is seen in an 1816 allegorical book, The Adventures of Uncle Sam in Search After His Lost Honor by Frederick Augustus Fidfaddy, Esq., also in reference to the aforementioned Samuel Wilson.


I gues he is and he isn't... apparently he looks like Andrew Jackson, but I don't see the resemblence.

What he actually looks like, to me, is Lord Kitchener. (Secretary of State for War 1914-1916)




(Older than the Uncle Sam one if you were wondering.)
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Posted 3/30/08
James...Bill is Okay.....
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25 / M / California
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Posted 3/31/08
Nixon, period.
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