WACO, Texas - President Bush opened several new scathing lines of attack against Democrat John Kerry, charges that twisted his rival’s words on Iraq and made Kerry seem supportive of deposed dictator Saddam Hussein… He stated flatly that Kerry had said earlier in the week “he would prefer the dictatorship of Saddam Hussein to the situation in Iraq today.” The line drew gasps of surprise from Bush’s audience in a Racine, Wis., park. “I just strongly disagree,” the president said. But Kerry never said that.
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The expression that “desperate times call for desperate measures” must have hit home for Bush because he sure seems like a man who is desperate at this moment. What is preventing him from simply being honest and quoting Kerry correctly? Perhaps it is because Bush has no idea what an honest election really means. (Let’s not forget that this is the man who got into office in a less than honest way).
Now that the election is just around the corner, it appears that Bush is willing to do or say anything in order to ensure that he makes it into the White House for a 2nd term. I have one question: Does Bush actually know how to tell the truth? The answer clearly is Hell No!
To Bush, truth is something that can be stretched, manipulated, obscured
and ignored, but it can never be forthcoming. Why is that? Perhaps it is because Bush has woven such a web of lies during his time in office that
truth has become, unfortunately, a relative term.
Perhaps Bush will win the upcoming election. It is possible. However, it is rather sad that the man seems incapable of winning an election in a fair way. Trickery, deceit, manipulation of facts are the tactics Bush uses to win. Sad,Sad,Sad,Sad,Sad,Sad,Sad.