Thursday, May 29, 2008

What will Obama do in the first 100 days if he becomes president?

Obama has some major plans for the first 100 days in the White House. One caught my attention in particular. According to

  1. Work out a plan for the withdrawal of troops from Iraq
  2. Make progress on alternative energy plans
  3. Launch legislation to reform the health care system
  4. Call an attorney general to review the constitutionality of every executive order Bush has passed.
I honestly have nothing against any of these things, honestly I support every single one of these issues, but the last one in particular caught my attention. What if the attorney general finds something that incriminates Bush or finds that Bush abused his powers? Obviously the executive order will be overturned but what will happen to Bush? Will he be fined? Will he be tried in court? Or it will it just be ignored?

I believe that Bush will just be ignored there is no way that he will be tried or fined. At this point everyone knows Bush is a liar so we just want him out of office.

What do you think they should to to Bush if they find that he abused his presidential power?

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

I can really say what should be done if Bush is find guilty because violates human rights, but i agree with a fine or something legal. When Bush is out from office he is going to be the least of our worries, so even when he is find guilty is not going to be much of big news.
Obama is making an impact, even when i support Clinton im starting to like this guy too. Will see what happends... ^-^