The 43rd president of the United States.
Over the years there had been many criticism on George W. Bush and I definitely do not call myself an expert in US politics, but it is hard for me not to comment on some of the policies and decisions of George W. Bush.
His policies on Afghanistan, Iraq and North Korea are not without controversies, but it is hard for me to believe that all these controversies are true. It is not that I believe in George W. Bush or agrees with him, I just cannot imagine that someone in his position can do so many, alleged, bad things and behave the way he did. He has even been labeled “The War President” among its critics.
A movie, “Fahrenheit 9/11“, by Michael Moore, was released in 2004 that documents Micheal Moore’s version of what happened after the attack on New York City on September 11, 2001 (aka 9/11).
The evidence Moore presented are very convincing, but if all that were presented were true than the Bush family is definitely guilty of some sort of crime against the American citizens.
Not sure if it is because Bush is now on his half way mark of his second term and still coming up with policies that do not make sense, Moore is going to release a sequel called “Fahrenheit 9/11 ½” in 2007, and I suppose it is to elaborate on what had transpired since 2004.
The apparent theme of the reasoning behind Bush’s actions and decisions, and how he is able to get away with it, has to do with the large amount of money involved. I guess this further proof that money talks and people are willing to do almost anything for sake of money.
So will George W. Bush legacy be known as “The War President” or will he be know as the most powerful manipulator in the history of United States, it will take many more years before that is known.
Technorati Tags: George W. Bush