January 28, 2008

SOTU Questions

When Bush said he trusts patients and their doctors with medical decisions, why didn't he finish the sentence with, 'except if the patients are women'?

If Bush knows what the terrorists are thinking, with "no doubt", where the **** is Osama bin Laden?

Could Iran really be strengthened any more than this complete idiot's policies and failures already have done?

Bush knows what a conscience is?

He just declared a new war?

Posted by natasha at January 28, 2008 07:03 PM | US Politics | Technorati links |
Comments

The absolute weakest point in Bushs speech were the pockets of despair in New Orleans. Its embarassing he had to mention it so long after the storm occured. The effort for reconstruction is too low. It didnt improve by Bush saying in the next sentence that he intends to place his soldiers all over the world. I guess they dont reconstruct New Orleans then.

Another weak point was the no child left behind act. Despite Bush insisted on improving skills thru no left behind, he didnt get into much of what he was investing into the program.

The start of the speech hinted at the reasons. Bush is mainly concerned about saving taxes. That means he doesnt like to collect taxes. Well, its surely important to oppose terrorists. But despite Al-Quaida, a state is also run by money. The stupid remark by Bush that people are free to send cheques to the IRS was more than superflous. He turns the US tax system into a circus and his successor will have some fun time to get to money.

Posted by: ccoaler at January 28, 2008 07:58 PM

You missed the answer on the bin Laden question in your post. Bush DOES know what terrorists are thinking, but bin Laden has been sending thoughts through the ether that he is in Iraq and maybe Iran.

Posted by: Scott at January 29, 2008 03:44 PM