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  • Bush Agenda For The Next Four Years
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    With a victory on November 1st, George Walker Bush earned the chance to pursue the domestic and foreign issues that he had been planning on accomplishing in his first term. With large amounts of ambitions comes large amounts of opposition unfortunately, and Bush faces an unfaltering Democratic blockade in the way of his programs. David Sanger in his article discusses and explains the Bush agenda for the next four years. Bush wished to continue his success in Iraq with elections for the public. T...
  • President Bush
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    GEORGE BUSH The votes were in; the election was over. On the 20th of January 1989, Republican George Herbert Walker Bush became the forty-first president of the United States. After serving two previous terms as Ronald Reagan's Vice President, he defeated Governor of Massachusetts Michael S. Dukakis to earn his new title. Bush had become President at a time when many Americans were uncertain about their country's future. The federal government was intensely in debt due to prior years of budget d...
  • George Bushes Health Care Plan
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    Nov-3-00 Block 4 Candidate Letter 564 words November 3, 2000 Dear Ms Latour ell, When you vote I think you should vote for George Bush. George Bush doesn't have as much experience as Gore, but He is highly educated and does still have a lot of political experience. George Bush's plans on certain subjects such as social security and Medicare, gun control and education are better that Gores and are more realistic. George Bush was born on July 6, 1946, in New Haven, CT. His religion is Methodist. G...
  • George Bush Sr Americans
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    A thorough scientific analysis of the swirl of events, people, nations, motivations, propaganda, personalities and histories involved in this current moment in history, leads to only one conclusion - That clandestine forces aligned with George Bush Sr. are planning to attack the US population, blame it on Islamic terrorists and use the attacks as a pretext for a total clamp-down on dissent, basic civil liberties, normal democratic processes and In the confusion that will follow they will wage un...
  • Bush's Duty In The National Guard Service
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    Bush's National Guard Service fact has evidence to support statements and fiction is not based on truth but is created. National Guard service is a major part of the political campaign this year as well as last year and is a topic that is debated about extensively. George W. Bush's duty in the National Guard Service had facts tagged to it, but also caused critics and those who do not support Bush attached to his service, to speculate. George Bush's history in the National Guard first started in ...
  • Presidential Nominee Al Gore
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    Candidate Profiles I. Al Gore A. US Vice President and Democratic presidential nominee Al Gore, was born on March 31, 1948 in Washington D.C... His father Albert Gore Sr., a congressman from Tennessee, served in the House of Representatives and his mother Pauline La Fon was one of the first women to graduate from Vanderbilt Law School. Gore, a Baptist, attended Harvard where he received a degree with high honors in government. Even though he was strongly opposed to the war in 1970 Al joined the ...
  • George Bush For The September 11 Attacks
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    The media played a vital part in forming the opinions of the American population both on and after September 11. Appeals to the emotions of post-September 11th America were demonstrated. Through television and print, the media attempted to control the minds of Americans by focusing on George Bush, the FBI, and the CIA, during the day of the attack and shortly after; the USA PATRIOT Act entered the spotlight in the weeks following the attacks. The media repeatedly used the phrase "high alert" in ...
  • Operation Desert Storm
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    Operation Desert Storm: History Essay Examine the political ramifications that formed Operation Desert Storm and to a lesser extent Operation Desert Fox On the 17th July 1990 Saddam Hussein Accused the country of Kuwait of overproduction and theft of Oil. The US ambassador told G. Bush Snr. that is was a Arab problem that did not concern the UN or America. When Saddam annexed Kuwait the UN declared it invalid and America sent in troops. In the opinion of the general public what was happening? Th...
  • Our U.S. Troops In Iraq
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    George Bush is doing the right thing by keeping our U.S. troops in Iraq. President Bush declared the war over, but that is not going to keep the people of Iraq from fighting. Things are still unstable over there, and many Iraqi people dislike the Americans and would gladly try to hurt us. The troops should not leave until we are sure the ringleaders of the terrorist attacks are eliminated. George Bush is just trying to do what is best for our country. The troops must remain until we are sure it ...
  • Bush Hitler Comparisons
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    Beyond the shared enthusiasm of the Fuehrer and all US presidents (with the possible exception of Warren Harding) for mass murder as an appropriate expression of national policy, I've never seen any particularly close affinity between Adolf Hitler and the current White House incumbent but the Republican National Committee seems peculiarly sensitive on the matter. At the end of the first week in January the RNC lashed out furiously at a Democratic website Move 0 n. org for including in its featur...

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