Wednesday, April 16, 2008

Bush vs. Gore: Did we choose correctly?

It's kind of ironic really, that the person we elected into office is considered a failure by 98% of Professional Historians that were surveyed. A total of 109 historians were surveyed and after their own research and analysis most of them concluded that Bush is a complete failure. The Associated Press poll has recently stated that Bush's approval rating is 28%. 28%?! That is even lower than Nixon's rating before he left office (according to A Divider, Not a Uniter by Gary Jacobson). It is really kind of sad... Bush is just a lame duck president and the American Public is ready for change (sounding like Barack Obama).

Meanwhile, our would-be-president Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize. Man! is that kick in that ass or what? We definitely choose the WRONG president. With his video, "An Inconvenient Truth" Al Gore clearly enunciated what is happening to the world, how we--as humans--have contributed and how we can stop.

hmmm, makes me wonder...Can Americans really choose a president for themselves or do we need an indirect democracy?

BUT, there was no way to tell this would have happened so you can't blame people for voting for Bush.

Let's not make a mistake again, vote Democratic.

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