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Comments for: dubya..
pro_junior Report This Comment
Date: August 04, 2007 08:38PM

President Bush tours the site of the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in downtown Minneapolis, Saturday, Aug. 4, 2007.

weird..he almost looks to be pleased with what he sees...
madmex2000 Report This Comment
Date: August 04, 2007 10:12PM

The official test of" THE Alan Parsons Project Death Ray "is a astounding success on a bridge in the middle of yucksville.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 04, 2007 10:39PM

I wonder if that guy is thinking, plus613 image 40428?
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 04, 2007 11:43PM

I can't believe people can be so stupid, you can just look at this guy and see that he is BAD for the people!

A "Backstabber" through and through!..... with a smile even.
shaDEz Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2007 12:50AM

the whole of the rulling class is bad for the people... and there is no such thing as a lesser evil, wake up!
of course people can be so stupid... and lazy and frightened, but people can also do really great things provided they have the right leader

this is the same type of look he had after katrina, i don't really think that he is actually happy about this(or that), really looks more like a somber smile
and maybe it's not that he doesn't care, but just has no fucking concept of how to go about handling these, as his whole class is entirely incompotent as rulling class!
of course i'm not saying the man is a saint either, as he(and they) is once again exploiting some tragic shit for political gain, just as the bush bashers here
were using exploiting this to bring up some ridiculous charges against him, which is supposed to be an entirely different branch than what is responcible for bridges...(unless of course i'm missing something about this actually linking to a mishandling of funding, as was the case with the levvies - wouldn't be shocked to find something like that surface actually - but stillthumbs up... )

the people will continue to be enslaved as long as they sway from the principles that founded this very nation... holding dearly to their lives despite losing all of their rights... only when the people once again realize that without any rights, they have no life... "we have nothing to lose and everything to gain..." will there be change
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2007 06:55AM

I went to the funeral of my son on June 15th and after the service I was talking to friends and family, if someone had snapped a picture at that time they might have caught a smile on my face from time to time. My point is that even in the gravest time we can still produce a smile when conversing with others because that is our nature. No matter how sad we might be on the inside we have the ability to smile on the outside. I belive he was talking to someone about something possibly other than the bridge accident and it might have produce a little smile, he is human regardless of what you bashers might want people to believe.

Shadez, I have had a lot of respect for you and your posts on this board for some time now but when you talk about revolution so easily then we part ways. It is not time for a deadly revolution. Our government may not be perfect by any means but it is still the best avaliable. Even if our government were overthrown there is no assurance that what would take it's place would be any better. We must work within the system to make changes that need to be done. To bring about revolution would bring with it many deaths on all sides of the fence and in the turmoil could and most likely would come forth something more dangerous than anything our government can do.
Anonymous Report This Comment
Date: August 05, 2007 05:53PM

"Our government may not be perfect by any means but it is still the best avaliable." (weakness)
- jgoin

It's pretty bad when that's as good as it gets, just because something is the best available does not mean we should be satisfied with it, that is not what this country was built on, that lazy attitude is exactly why the American people are where they are, I'm all for appreciating things in life, but, that has nothing to do with, demanding more...... they serve the people, that is their job!

Just by using the term "may not be perfect" implies that they are anywhere near that.... propaganda...... our government is not even at the 50% mark, as a matter of fact they operate in the opposite direction, they don't even run it like a business, you know, net profit, money left over after everything is done, they will never do that because their whole goal is to use the people to grow the government, it's just like a giant pyramid scheme, except, they can run this one continuously because there are so many people to scam.

And it has nothing to do with just this photo, Bush is a liar, ALL the time!the finger

"Go Fuck yourself Mr.Cheney"
jgoins Report This Comment
Date: August 06, 2007 07:24AM

It is easy to state the problems we have in our government, what is difficult is coming up with a method of change which will work and putting it in place without blood shed. Our government has had problems for many years and through all poitical parties so making a change will be much more difficult than just saying something has to be done. Every change made will have it's downside no matter what it is. So it is much easier for you guys to sit at home or at work and say our government sucks while doing nothing to try and change it. What will you do (not what would you do) to change the way things are?