Its that all you do is pass the buck! Why don't you get this!!! Look at gobal polls! no one is buying this bunk anymore. The US government is not a civilising force, it is a group of hypocrites who's only interests are greed and money and their own interests.
The hypocrisy is nothing new. Who said this:
"Our goal instead is to help others find their own voice, attain their own freedom and make their own way"
Imagine that hyporcrite was talking about boliva and its peasants fighting oil hikes, globalisation. None other than lil chimp (dubya)
This more than anything is why the american goverment is despised more every day...blantant hypocrites.
Your government has no right to take a moral stand on anything, they have brought nothing but misery, and tired to tie it up with a big red bow of so called humanitarian using cookie cutter bombs.
George bush cannot hold a candle to clinton...or should I say...
D'you want a piece of this, again can you believe a sitting president would talk like this...than he does read story books upside down...so its no surprise.
[AFTER A LONG, UNCOMFORTABLE SILENCE]
PRESIDENT-ELECT BUSH: Helluva concussion speech.
VICE PRESIDENT GORE: Thanks.
BUSH: I especially liked that part about how your Dad used to tell you that "defeat can ... let the glory out." Tell me, was that before or after your mother sang you to sleep with the Union Label song?
GORE: Don't get snippy again.
BUSH: Take it easy, Al. I was just yanking your chain. I really did like the speech. I mean, if you'd been that good in the debates, you might have won Florida.
GORE: I did win Florida.
BUSH: Let's not go back there. I already owe Barry Richards half my ranch.
GORE: Y'know, that speech taught me an invaluable lesson. From now on, I'm gonna forget all about focus groups and pollsters and just speak from the heart. In fact, it's given me a terrific idea for a new slogan: :Let Gore Be Gore in 2004!"
BUSH: Oh, so you want another piece of ol' W., do ya? What makes you think the result will be any different next time?
GORE: Well, I figure by then the economy will have crashed and burned thanks to your $1.5-trillion tax cut scheme, and Hillary will have helped abolish the electoral college in favor of the popular vote -- which, last time I looked, I won by 337,576 votes. But who's counting?
BUSH: Nobody. And let's keep it that way. Besides, it won't matter 'cause I'll have packed the Supreme Court with at least a couple of Anthony Scalia clones --
GORE: It's Antonin.
BUSH: Anthony, that's what I said. Anyway, they'll find a way to make voting unconstitutionable.
GORE: I've got news for you: They already have.
BUSH: Well, from what I hear, a lot of guys will be gunning for you if you run. Kerry, Gephardt, Biden. Hell, even your own man Coelho said Clinton's still the top Demo dog.
GORE: It's not like I didn't try and have him neutered during the campaign.
[THEY BOTH CHUCKLE]
BUSH: Nice tan, by the way. Flash Bronzer by Clinique?
GORE: Nah, weekender in St. Thomas.
GORE: I'm really gonna miss those freebies on Air Force Two.
[ANOTHER LONG SILENCE]
BUSH: So, uh -- what'd you think of my speech?
GORE: Uh ... well. I heard it wasn't bad. Something about bipartisanship.
BUSH: You mean you didn't watch it?
GORE: I was going to, but we were having this party, and right before you spoke Tom Petty started to jam, then Stevie Wonder and Jon Bon Jovi jumped in ... next thing you know, I was doing the bump with Naomi Campbell while Tipper pounded out a drum solo. I darn near drowned in my own sweat.
BUSH: I used to love a good kegger.
GORE: Listen, George, I was wondering if I could ask you a question -- y'know, man to man, Ivy Leaguer to Ivy Leaguer, standard-bearer to standard-bearer ...
BUSH: Alright, I get it.
GORE: ... privileged scion to privileged scion, baby boomer to --
BUSH: Ask me already!
GORE: I just gotta know. All the stuff that happened in Florida: the phantom felons on the voter rolls, the scrub list from Texas, the crappy voting machines and busy phone lines in African-American precincts, the illegally altered ballot applications in Martin and Seminole counties, the roadblocks, the confusing ballots -- that scary broad with all the makeup. Was it all part of a master plan devised by you, your Dad and Jeb? Please, tell me -- I can take it. Was the fix in?
BUSH: I haven't the foggiest, pardner. I'm not exactly in the strategy loop. If you'd like though, I could ask Mr. Baker and get back to you.
GORE: You're not exactly a hands-on chief executive, are you?
BUSH: I'm not uncomfortable delegating authority, if that's what you're asking.
GORE: Is it true they didn't even tell you that Cheney had a heart attack?
BUSH: Cheney had a heart attack?ˇ
GORE: It made all the papers. They gave him an arterial stent -- a procedure that under my Medicare plan would have been covered six months earlier and at a higher payment rate than under yours.
BUSH: I guess I should send him a card.
GORE: It'd be a nice gesture.
BUSH: I'll be perfectly honest with you, there's a lot they don't tell me. For instance, I just heard that this president thing is a full-time job. Did you know that?
GORE: Uh, ye-ah. Being Leader of the Free World is an awesome responsibility.
BUSH: I'm scared. Please hold me ...