You chose your president and his administration, and you had no idea who and what you were voting for.
I echo shoe's WHOA! Pueblo. WE did not choose Bush in 2000 and WE did not choose Bush in 2004. If you read the introduction to the posting guidelines of this website, you know that we lean to the LEFT.
I note that your IP shows your posts as coming out of or near Kuwait.
If you're posting as a Kuwaiti, your own government has loved every moment of the Bush administration. KUWAIT'S FREEDOM, BUSH-STYLE
Bush said that "Freedom, by its nature, must be chosen, and defended by citizens, and sustained by the rule of law and the protection of minorities". The only real minority in Kuwait is the ruling family itself, and be assured it is well-protected. It controls the whole place, and nobody else gets a look-in. You doubt me? The CIA's 'Chiefs of State and Cabinet Members of Foreign Governments' names the Chief of State of Kuwait as Jabir al-Ahmad al-Jabir Al Sabah, and then lists al (sic) the rest of the happy family.
Kuwait's prime minister, first deputy prime minister, deputy prime minister, and the ministers of oil, defense, communications, interior, social affairs and labor, and parliamentary affairs are called Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah, Al Sabah and Al Sabah. So are the governor of the central bank and (but of course) the ambassador to Bush. The Al Sabah family has Kuwait wrapped up. It controls everything that goes on in the place. Especially the flow of oil and the weapons' purchases and the construction contracts and the all-important connection with Bush Washington. The film "Fahrenheit 9/11" is banned in Kuwait. "The movie was banned . . . when the only cinema company in Kuwait, which is state-owned, was turned down for a licence to show the movie", said the (foreign) press report. And note that the only company allowed to show movies in the country is owned by the government, which is the Al Sabah family. So much for freedom of expression.
If you're not posting from Kuwait or as a Kuwaiti, I am requesting that you tell us where you are