In fact ,most are rather destructive to a moral united states! I speak of moral as a country of people who know right from wrong,enemy from friend,bullshit from fact.
boomer, the most destructive event ever to happen to the United States was the court-appointment of GWB to the presidency in 2000.
I've always thought it strange that bin laden had been "out there" for a long, long time, but it wasn't until George W. was in the White House that the terrorists decided to carry out the 9/11 attack. That says they recognized an idiot when they saw one. They knew a lot more about this man than any American did!
The election of 2004 has shown to me that half of the American people know nothing about what you're saying in the quote above...the bullshit from fact....look at how Bush has lied to you...what do you say about that?
Foe from friend....the Saudis and Kuwaitis dislike us, but they're too darned lazy and arrogant to take care of themselves, so they know the Americans will see to them like babysitters as long as we need their oil. They point and we shoot...I don't think that's a good job of telling friend from enemy.
Right from Wrong...Do you really think the people Bush is appointing to his new Cabinet know right from wrong? Do you really think they give a damn about you or yours, or me or mine? Do you really think Bush cares about the number of soldiers who will die just so he can stroke his ego and say he got vengeance for Daddy Bush and more money for Halliburton and his good friend Dick Cheney?
Do you really think Bush is a moral person? That's a joke! What about Gonzalez and his Torture Memo? Bernard Kerik? Give me a break! Dick Cheney? Rumsfeld? Karl Rove????? Heavens! Please read TVNL's editorial entitled "You Will Never Be My President." It'll make you think....a lot! Take a good look at this site also...www.whatreallyhappened.net
All the Bushies know about right is whether or not big fat paychecks are going into their coffers every week.
There hasn't been a government like the Bush government since the days in France just prior to the French Revolution.