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  1. Bush presses Congress to let Mexican trucks into US.(George W. Bush, president): An article from: America's Insider
  2. Bush to implement order to allow Mexican trucks into the US.(president George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: America's Insider
  3. Introduction of President George W. Bush at the US Naval Academy commencement.(Speech)(Acting Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England)(Transcript): ... from: U.S. Department of Defense Speeches
  4. The White House Workout: The Fitness Plan Inspired by President George W. Bush's Heathier US Initiative by Andrew Flach, Rosemarie Alfieri, 2003-05-17
  5. IRAN - July 23 - Bush Abandoned Hopes To Work With Khatami.(President George W. Bush)(President Mohammed Khatami)(US-Iran relations)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  6. George W. Bush (Getting to Know the Us Presidents) by Mike Venezia, 2007-09
  7. Presidents Card Game: Featuring 14 Presidents from Coolidge to George W. Bush : 1923-Present (History Channel) by Us Games Systems, 2003-03
  8. Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States, George W. Bush, 2002, Bk. 1, January 1 to June 30, 2002 (Public Papers of the Presidents of the United States) by George W. Bush, 2005-06-22
  9. An open letter to George W Bush: 'they hate us and they hate freedom and they hate people who embrace freedom.' President George W Bush interviewed on ... 2004.: An article from: New Internationalist by Theodore Roszak, 2005-03-01
  10. ARAB-US RELATIONS - June 9 - Mubarak Meets Bush.(Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  11. ARAB-US RELATIONS - Jan. 29 - Bush Outlines Policy.(George W. Bush)(Brief Article): An article from: APS Diplomat Recorder
  12. How Would a Patriot Act? Defending American Values from a President Run Amok by Glenn Greenwald, 2006-05-15
  13. A Letter to America: Is President Bush Leading us in the Right Direction? by Errington Thompson M.D., 2004-09-20
  14. Let's have some fun: how should President Bush spend his huge re-election campaign war chest? Let us count the ways--all 200 million of them.(On The Record): An article from: Campaigns & Elections by Ron Faucheux, 2003-08-01

81. Specials
CANDIDATES / george W. bush. Election Express. Campus Vibe. Inside Edge. ElectionCalendar. What s at Stake. Name george Walker bush Birth date July 6, 1946
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... What's at Stake Name: George Walker Bush
Birth date: July 6, 1946
Education: Bachelor's degree, Yale University, 1968; MBA, Harvard University, 1975 Military Service: Air National Guard, 1968-1973 Career: Founder/CEO of oil and gas company, 1975-1987; managing general partner, Texas Rangers baseball team, 1989-1998 Elected office: Texas governor, 1994-2000; U.S. president, elected 2000

82. Character Above All: George Bush Essay
Essay provides a brief look at the circumstances and events that molded the president's character.
Excerpted from an essay by Michael R. Beschloss More than any other leader portrayed in this book save Eisenhower, Bush based his three campaigns for the presidency less on issues and ideology than on his persona as a leader of experience and character. Born in Milton, Massachusetts, in 1924, Bush matured in Greenwich, Connecticut, a setting that gave him little inkling of the political culture in which he would spend his adulthood. The boy was surrounded mainly by Anglophile, moderate Repubicans, for whom politics was Good Government and the town meeting, who minimized partisan confrontation and overstatement. As Bush's mother, Dorothy, admonished, one did not brag about oneself.... Had Bush in 1948 stayed in Connecticut after his heroism in the Pacific War and graduation from Yale, he would have been well poised to succeed his father in politics . As senator from Connecticut, George Bush would have been temperamentally and ideologically in tune with his state and party. Instead, eager to hack out his own business career, the young man took his wife, Barbara, and son, George, to the oilfields of Texas. This meant that from the day he entered politics, he would have to submerge many of his views and instincts to please an electorate that was notably more conservative than he. Politics was easier for Ronald Reagan: for every minute of his political career, he had the luxury of being in natural harmony with his party. Not Bush. The first harbinger of this was in the spring of 1962, when Houston friends persuaded him to run for chairman of the Harris County Republican Party, whose slogan was "Conservatives Unite!" The local party was in imminent danger of takeover by the

83. President Bush Supports Continued Ban On Internet Taxation
george bush promises to hold back on the implementation of Internet Taxation in the face of a projected of $5 trillion dollar budget surplus.
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President Bush Supports Continued Ban on Internet Taxation
George Bush promises to hold back on the implementation of Internet Taxation in the face of a projected of $5 trillion dollar budget surplus.
It's a breath of fresh air when elected officials honor their campaign platform promises. President George Bush promised to hold back on the implementation of taxation of the Internet and he's actually endeavoring to follow through with those commitments. The three-year ban on Internet Taxation, enactedby congress in 1998, was set to expire this October 21, 2001. But let's hope that President Bush's pledge of a permanent ban on Internet taxation becomes a reality. For now, Senate Commerce Committee members are working on an immediate five-year extension of the federal prohibition of Internet taxes. Proponents of Internet taxation believe that the government shouldn't intervene in this matter at all.

84. The Public I Administration Ties To Arthur Andersen Nearly As Tight As Those To
Commenting on the significant contributions by both Enron and Arthur Andersen to president george W. bush's political campaigns.

85. The George W. Bush Online Store: Official Bush-Cheney '04 Logo Merchandise
Campaignsanctioned website for all bush-Cheney and george W. bush for president campaign materials, gift items and wearables.
"All products offered on The George W. Bush Online Store are made in the U.S.A." Ted Jackson, President
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86. Historians Vs. George W. Bush
worst foreign mess we’ve been in since Lyndon Johnson sank us into Vietnam a presidencyas disastrous for this country as that of george W. bush has been
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5-17-04: News at Home Historians vs. George W. Bush
By Robert S. McElvaine
Mr. McElvaine teaches history at Millsaps College. He is the author of EVE'S SEED: BIOLOGY, THE SEXES AND THE COURSE OF HISTORY (McGraw-Hill). Although his approval ratings have slipped somewhat in recent weeks, President George W. Bush still enjoys the overall support of nearly half of the American people. He does not, however, fare nearly so well among professional historians. Why should the views of historians on the current president matter? best president since Reagan, while 38 said he is the worst since Reagan. Almost all of the historians who rate the Bush presidency a success are Reagan admirers. Indeed, no other president (leaving aside the presumably mostly tongue-in-cheek mentions of Clinton) was named by more than four of the historians who took a favorable view of the current presidency. “He is blatantly a puppet for corporate interests, who care only about their own greed and have no sense of civic responsibility or community service. He lies, constantly and often, seemingly without control, and he lied about his invasion into a sovereign country, again for corporate interests; many people have died and been maimed, and that has been lied about too. He grandstands and mugs in a shameful manner, befitting a snake oil salesman, not a statesman. He does not think, process, or speak well, and is emotionally immature due to, among other things, his lack of recovery from substance abuse. The term is "dry drunk". He is an abject embarrassment/pariah overseas; the rest of the world hates him . . . . . He is, by far, the most irresponsible, unethical, inexcusable occupant of our formerly highest office in the land that there has ever been.”

87. George W. Bush Is Like .... ?
the Middle East, a policy that did nothing to make us safe. Instead a lightweighttrading on a famous name, they said. That was george W. bush, then still
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When George W. Bush became president, Karl Rove advanced the thesis that Bush would prove to be another McKinley; no more is McKinley mentioned. But enough comparisons have been made between President Bush and other figures from history , by both his critics and apologists alike, that we concluded somebody should start keeping count. So we are: GEORGE BUSH IS LIKE ... ... Hitler 5-17-04 From the NYT (May 15, 2004): Hundreds of thousands of Cubans marched with Fidel Castro past the American diplomatic mission in Havana, chanting support for the Cuban leader while depicting President Bush as Hitler for moving to tighten the 44-year embargo of the island. Posters bore swastikas and portrayed Mr. Bush in a Nazi uniform with a Hitler mustache. Mr. Castro began the six-hour demonstration with denunciations and ridicule of Mr. Bush, saying the president was fraudulently elected and trying to impose "world tyranny." ... Hitler, Napoleon, and Other Devils from History 12-16-03

88. Nancy Reagan Endorses George W. Bush For President - May 17, 2000
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89. BBC News | MIDDLE EAST | Analysis: Iran And The 'axis Of Evil'
Evaluating the reasoning behind Iran's inclusion on president george bush's 'axis of evil', and expressing concern that the action could set back internal reforms.
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Reform in Iran may be set back by US policies
By BBC News Online's Tarik Kafala Iran's inclusion in Washington's "axis of evil" has caused anger in Iran and consternation among several European governments. In the eyes of United States' officials, American-Iranian relations since the 1979 Iranian revolution and Iran's political and material backing for radical groups in the Middle East are plenty to justify its membership of the axis.
Iran aggressively pursues weapons [of mass destruction] and exports terror, while an unelected few repress the Iranian people's hopes from freedom
President Bush in his "axis of evil" address Less easy to establish is Washington's assertion that Iran is attempting to acquire weapons of mass destruction, including nuclear weapons, that might threaten the US and its allies. Iran has denied, and European officials are highly dubious about, the US declaration that Tehran exports global terror and has links to Osama Bin Laden and al-Qaeda.

90. - Reasons To Vote Against Bush
What was that exit strategy again? Here s a fun fact Did you know that Bushwas the first us president to enter office with a criminal record?
We all know people who say "It doesn't make a difference who is president." or "I don't care who wins." or "I don't vote." Because it is no skin off their back who wins, take them to the polls with you and have them vote for someone other than Bush in the presidential election. Offer to buy them a beer for their trouble.
Reasons to vote against Bush in the 2004 presidential election: The reason the White House gives for invading Iraq was to find and destroy weapons of mass destruction. Don't think Bush invaded Iraq to 'get' Saddam Hussein? When Hussein was captured, he had a pistol at his side. Bush had Saddam's pistol mounted on the wall in a study adjoining the Oval Office. The Bush Administration released fake news reports to tout their new Medicare law. They even hired actors to pretend to be news reporters. While it is not the first to politicize science, the Bush administration has distorted scientific data in an effort to shape environmental, health, and bio-medical research policy to such an extreme that an independent group of scientists (including 20 Nobel laureates) have issued a statement and report on the subject.

91. Welcome To The White House - WWW.WHITEHOUSE.ORG
White House Home Department of Faith Homeland Security The First Lady ... "Now even though lots of people in the know can tell you Reagan was really just an affably senile zombie propped up by a Nixon-groomed cabal of brilliantly nefarious underlings, today I will do nothing but sing his praises. Because what's that old expression? Something about 'people who live in grass houses shouldn't get stoned,' right?" NOW HIRING: President Bush Seeks New Director of Central Intelligence to Clean Up the Mess Left Behind by the Last of Bill Clinton's Lousy Appointees President Bush's Warm Farewell Telegram Thanking Ahmed Chalabi for Helping Program America to Thirst for Steaming Goblets of Saddam Hussein's Blood President's Memorial Day Statement Honoring America's GI Joe Sixpacks Who Couldn't Cough Up Enough Cashola to Evade Combat Duty and Not Get Touched by an Angel of Death President and First Lady Offer Warm, Long-Distance Congratulations to Bush Twins on the Occasion of Their Having Survived Four Long Years Amongst Intellectual Elites ... News Archive >> Volunteer for Bush/Cheney '04: Download the Official "Help Keep America Republican" Pamphlet!

92. - Transcript: President George W. Bush - July 23, 2001

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President Bush is on his second European tour The text of the statement by President George W. Bush to Pope John Paul II: Your Holiness, thank you so much. Mrs. Bush and I are honoured to stand with you today. We are grateful for your welcome. You have been to America many times, and spoken to vast crowds. You have met with four American presidents before me, including my father. In every visit, and every meeting including our meeting today you have reminded America that we have a special calling to promote justice, and to defend the weak and suffering of the world. We remember your words, and we will always do our best to remember our calling. IN-DEPTH Bush in Europe Bush's European tour On the issues Flash: Missile defence ... Gallery: Bush visits Europe Transcripts World Bank speech Meeting with Blair Meeting with Berlusconi Bush statement to pope ... Bush speech in Kosovo In-depth specials G8 summit: Genoa 2001 Europe's view on Bush Changing face of Europe Climate change ... TIME special report MORE STORIES Pope challenges Bush over embryos Since October of 1978, you have shown the world, not only "the splendour of truth," but the power of truth to overcome evil and redirect the course of history.

93. Guardian Unlimited | Special Reports | Bush Gives CIA Green Light To Kill Saddam
An intelligence order signed by president george bush instructs the CIA to conduct covert operations aimed at toppling the Iraqi leader. The Guardian, UK.,2763,738770,00.html
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94. George Bush's Resume By Kelly Kramer
Listed below is what I came up with. george W. bush Resume. Past work experience FirstUS president to establish a secret shadow government.
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August 21st, 2003 Welcome CNN viewers. In case the obviously different visual style and different domain don't give it away, this site is in no way affliated with Furthermore, I didn't write the resume. I simply posted it. I strongly encourage you to read other articles on my weblog before jumping to conclusions about me or my political beliefs. For those who tend to take things too literally, this resume is clearly satire. It is trying to make a point by highlighting salient points of George Bush's career. If you're looking for a petition to recall Bush, you've come to the wrong place. You're also barking up the wrong tree. As far as I know, the constitution has no provisions for recalling the president. If you insist, visit this site June 15th, 2003 This page is now highly ranked by Google and I've been getting quite a bit of mail on the topic. I'm taking the unusual step of modifying previously published content because the google link means that people are unlikely to read other parts of my weblog first. I'd like to make something very clear: I did not write this resume. As I clearly state below and in the title of this page, it was written by Kelly Kramer. I found her email address on the web and asked her for permission to repoost. She was kind enough to grant me permission.

95. George W. Bush Today
A supportive web site, taking a positive look at the president, his life, his administration, and his term in office.
"The advance of freedom is the surest strategy to undermine the appeal of terror in the world. Where freedom takes hold, hatred gives way to hope. When freedom takes hold, men and women turn to the peaceful pursuit of a better life." for fans of the president A future lived at the mercy of terrible threats is no peace at all. NEXT QUOTE RECENT NEWS 288,000 New Jobs Created in April
Apparently, the Bush's dog Spot passed away February 21, 2004. Sorry, Mr. President! We like springers, too! See or read the president's comments ( TEXT VIDEO ) urging congress to make tax cuts permanent.
We caught these remarks on C-Span and thought others should see it, too. Four more years! COMING SOON This site is a work in progress, but we will be adding more in the future, such as:
Election 2000 Myths Speeches Positions More Facts GWB Yesterday Fact you should know: The president really only uses TelePrompTers for national or televised addresses. When he's on the stump, he has the speech memorized and speaks directly to the audience, referring to his notes rarely.

96. BBC News | AMERICAS | Bush Statement In Full
Full text of president george W bush's statement following the attacks on New York and Washington.
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Speaking from the Barksdale Air Force Base in Louisiana, US President George W Bush made the following statement:
I want to reassure the American people that the full resources of the federal government are working to assist local authorities to save lives and to help the victims of these attacks. Make no mistake, the United States will hunt down and punish those responsible for these cowardly acts. I've been in regular contact with the vice president, the secretary of defence, the national security team and my Cabinet.
The resolve of our great nation is being tested
We have taken all appropriate security precautions to protect the American people. Our military at home and around the world is on high alert status, and we have taken the necessary security precautions to continue the functions of your government. We have been in touch with the leaders of Congress and with world leaders to assure them that we will do whatever is necessary to protect America and Americans.

97. Bushisms - Adventures In George W. Bushspeak - Updated Frequently
22, 2004. I want to thank the astronauts who are with us, the courageous spacial Iwas a prisoner too, but for bad reasons. —george W. bush, to Argentine
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98. The Presidents Of The USA -
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99. Biography Of George Bush
Detailed biography from the george bush Presidential Library and Museum. Includes photographs.

100. The Misunderestimated Man - How Bush Chose Stupidity. By Jacob Weisberg
This is the one for us! As governor governor in 1994, is that for once you guysstop seeing me as the son of george bush. In his campaigns, W. has kept
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How Bush chose stupidity.
By Jacob Weisberg
Posted Friday, May 7, 2004, at 6:54 AM PT
Was he born that way? Adapted from the introduction to The Deluxe Election-Edition Bushisms The question I am most frequently asked about Bushisms is, "Do you really think the president of the United States is dumb?" The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes and no. Quotations collected over the years in Slate may leave the impression that George W. Bush is a dimwit. Let's face it: A man who cannot talk about education without making a humiliating grammatical mistake ("The illiteracy level of our children are appalling"); who cannot keep straight the three branches of government ("It's the executive branch's job to interpret law"); who coins ridiculous words ("Hispanos," "arbolist," "subliminable," "resignate," "transformationed"); who habitually says the opposite of what he intends ("the death tax is good for people from all walks of life!") sounds like a grade-A imbecile. And if you don't care to pursue the matter any further, that view will suffice. George W. Bush has governed, for the most part, the way any airhead might, undermining the fiscal condition of the nation, squandering the goodwill of the world after Sept. 11, and allowing huge problems (global warming, entitlement spending, AIDS) to metastasize toward catastrophe through a combination of ideology, incomprehension, and indifference. If Bush isn't exactly the moron he sounds, his synaptic misfirings offer a plausible proxy for the idiocy of his presidency.

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