11. If you could ask George Bush 5 questions, what would they be?

I suppose this would be Obama now (besides I wouldn’t even want to speak to Bush much less ask him questions… unless they were along the lines of “do you realize how much of an idiot you are?” x3). But even then I don’t know if I would have questions that I could list right off the bat, it would be more questions that come up during a conversation.

I would just go in and talk to him like a normal person and see what develops from there. I certainly would not go in there as a reporter or something and “take a statement.” He needs to talk with REAL people, not people who grill him for every detail. Sure I would be curious about his health care and environmental stuff but I wouldn’t ask him right away “what’s your plan for dah dah dah dah…” I would want a natural response to something that comes up naturally, not a planned answer.

When you just let people talk, they end up saying what they really feel eventually and that’s what I want. So yes I have some questions but they would come up/be answered in a normal conversation. I would much rather just sit down and chat then have a list of questions and get quick answers ๐Ÿ˜›

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6 Responses to 11. If you could ask George Bush 5 questions, what would they be?

  1. serapikisu says:

    Rant

    I agree with your approach but I could not stand up to the task of talking to W for the amount of time it would take to gain in site.

    Unlike most people, I do not believe for one moment that W (and the people who held his leash) are stupid, ignorant or poorly qualified for the job (with the exception of the X-head of Fema). I believe they are shrewd, calculating criminals who have committed the crime of the century. First by draining the Treasury of the United States into the pocketbooks of Halliburton and the like. Then laying the groundwork for the banking industry to cart off the rest of the spoils. These people are robber barons pure and simple. No compassion, no humanity, they have stolen the hope and dreams of an entire generation.

    Now the right wing complains about the amount of money being spent to rebuild what they have destroyed over the last eight years. They label Obama “socialist” for exhibiting the very virtues they lack. We live at a tipping point. The radical right now embraces extremism. I fear the future, not a foreign threat, I fear us. That’s what W has accomplished in the name of “security”.

    I have no questions for W. only contempt.

    I will now try to regain my usual air of whimsy! o.0

    • novadestin says:

      Re: Rant

      I couldn’t do it with Bush either, which is why I said it would be Obama at the beginning of the post hehe Obama I would actually love to talk too.

      And I agree with you that they were and still are criminals for many reasons. Very bad, very powerful criminals, I mean they freaking destroyed not just ours but multiple nations. Look at what they did to the globe markets and whats happening in Greece… ugh ๐Ÿ˜›

      Yes lets regain or usual air xD

  2. cyn_inc says:

    A wise answer. If you don’t mind me asking, though, I’m curious about one thing. What is the general opinion about the health care stuff? I thought it was something that a lot of people were looking forward to as a good and necessary measure since not everyone could afford health services, but then the other night I saw a blurb on the news about some huge protests (and random people calling him a communist! o_รด) about it…?

    • novadestin says:

      The people who are against it are the ones who complain that they *gasp* might have to spend a little money. Our country has become so prudish and such money hoarders that each a 25cent raise in price on anything can cause people to complain, its ridiculous. The whole communist thing comes out of that too because the idea of helping your neighbor has become like a sin which is even more ridiculous. These are the people I would gladly never associate with ๐Ÿ˜›

      Most people are for it though because it make things better. Health Care companies are just as bad as the banking ones here and its sickening that they are supposed to help save lives but prefer to kill people because it makes them more money… Personally I love the whole idea that they can’t bare you because you have a pre-existing condition and such which is something that has need to change for ages!

      I cannot wait for the day when they force CEO’s to have salary caps just like professional athletes :3

      • cyn_inc says:

        Well, that’s a relief to hear. The news report I saw made it sound like it was such a wide-spread opinion. To be honest, I was shocked and quite disgusted because it wasn’t too long ago that they were hero-worshipping the guy…

        I wish they’d enforce salary caps here, too. The amount of corruption, of people in high places filling their pockets can only be described as obscene. ๐Ÿ˜›

        • novadestin says:

          Yeah, but of course less than 1% of the population controls 99% of the worlds wealth. Now there’s something to make you feel sick about and something that proves that free enterprise does not work like everyone intended.

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