Punditry How to really annoy liberals by Jeffrey Miller November 3, 2004 written by Jeffrey Miller November 3, 2004 Since many liberals said that Bush stole the first election and that they had to work to re-defeat Bush – I propose we go along with them. Four years from now we have President Bush run again since he first four years were an electoral mulligan. 17 comments 0 FacebookTwitterGoogle +Pinterest Jeffrey Miller previous post Obligatory Thoughts next post Collect them all You may also like Because city officials have no sense June 28, 2006 Who knew the President could be so funny? September 18, 2012 Kant do attitude September 18, 2006 A Great Echo September 23, 2010 Connecting non-connecting dots December 26, 2011 Lying bullies October 18, 2007 Calif. Megachurch Cancels Services to 'Be' the Church October 26, 2008 How about some fig leafs at least? August 12, 2006 Revised Revised Revised Revised Standard Version August 6, 2003 The Weekly Francis – Volume 279 – 26... June 26, 2019 17 comments Renate December 31, 1969 - 7:00 pm Why always blame bush for everything…… For those who say Bush is bad for the environment: How about some selfinitiative and trying to do something enviromentally friendly yourself (like reusing shoppingbags, recycling, combining trips with the car to save on gas etc) insteed of pointing fingers all the time. The majority of environmental polution comes from private households. Another reason why I KNOW Bush is not bad for the environment with his actions, he is anti-abortion: If we would be able to stop the over 1 Million abortions each year, we will already avoid an extreme amount of medical waste. Imagine all the plastic syringes, paper gowns, plastic bowls etc etc., which would not be thrown away and therefore not be poluting our environment. Not to mention the Millions of dead bodies that will be saved from ending up on some medical dumpsite. Oh, and in case ppl forgot…..Bush is not going to increase our taxes in order to fund the over 1 Million abortions each year in the US unlike Kerry, who wanted to do that (isn’t that just hyporitical…….after all he claims he is a Catholic). Reply Don November 3, 2004 - 8:57 pm For the good of the world Bush must leave as soon as possible. Reply Don November 3, 2004 - 8:58 pm Just look at it this way, it’s all up to the Supreme Court if abortion is banned, which I and all you should pray happens. And what has Bush done to make it happen? Bush is the worst president ever on the envoirment. His tax cuts for the rich hurt our national debt, which is at 5 trillion dollars. I pary this Bush idiot dosen’t do something totally stupid in his next 4 years. Reply Mel November 3, 2004 - 9:29 pm Jeff, With Don’s comments, you proved your point…. Reply mystica.cc November 3, 2004 - 9:44 pm The majority of Americans — a vast and indisputable number of us — have elected President Bush for another term. We understand that the tax cuts at the top have a profound trickle down effect on this nation’s economy, allowing employers to…well EMPLOY people. Hello! We also understand that gay marriage is not acceptable. We further have determined that very few voters honestly think abortion is “okay,” that terrorism will disappear in a puff of magical smoke if we wave a little money at it or ignore it, or that a completely “secular” government that excludes God from important decisions and makes faith a bad word could be anything but wrong. Thank God America has made the right choice. Reply Carmel November 4, 2004 - 1:07 am I am glad that Kerry didnt win, I am not thinking that Bush will do great or is a great choice, but far better than Kerry. His veiw on abortion was really bothering me and im not even american 🙂 Oh nice site too Reply cathy November 4, 2004 - 9:26 am Bush is bad on the environment – how old is that getting — someone prove it to me – PLEASE or shut up already/ Reply cathy November 4, 2004 - 12:49 pm with my last comment – read this article and AGAIN tell me why bush is so bad for environment http://www.epa.gov/oar/airtrends/econ-emissions.html Reply Marc November 4, 2004 - 4:06 pm Clarification: Esteemed pres. Bush is bad for the ‘environment’ that breeds liberals and same sex disorder (SSD). Reply David C November 5, 2004 - 2:41 am A brilliant suggestion, Jeff. Reply Jean Heimann November 5, 2004 - 2:56 am It sounds like a great idea to me, Jeff! I have heard that Hillary is planning to run for President in another 4 years, so maybe we ought to nominate a pro-life female from the Republican party to oppose her — like Laura Bush. Now that sounds even better! Are there any CATHOLIC pro-life women out there who would be willing to run for President in the next election? Maybe we could get Kat Lively to be a write-in candidate? Reply Don November 5, 2004 - 11:16 am No, Bush is very bad for the environment: http://www.well.com/user/elliotts/badbush.html See what he did with the global warming pact. Reply Matthew Gardocki November 5, 2004 - 12:35 pm I think the Republican party is going to have to nominate a female candidate if they want any chance to oppose Hillary next election. There are enough people on both sides who will vote for Hillary simply because of the historic possibility of a female president. Reply Don November 6, 2004 - 11:45 am I’m sorry, but you guys are too caught-up with all the right-wingers out there. Bush will soon be bombing Fauja(spelling), which will cause major deaths, especially of Iraqi woman and children. The bush administration has started to play political football with people. They try to appeal to right-wing fundementalists. I’m very weary when a candidate says they are close to God, or that God supports them. Our founding fathers created the seperation of Church and State for a reason: to not be like European monarchs. Each person should hold his religion sacred to himself, and not confuse it with politics. I’m very pro-life myself, but common sense can tell a person abortion is wrong, not religion. If you pick Bush you get a conservative right-winger like a monarch, who opposes the killing of unborn humans, but supports that of soldiers and innocent Iraqis. With Kerry, you get a man who sadly supports abortion, but he is opposed to the killings and war Bush has brought to the world. They’re almost even there, now the other issues, like the economy, envoirment, freedom, ect, that Bush has a horrible record on. The choice is clear. I wish some of you who voted for Bush would have looked at it that way. 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