|Reviews for This is BUSH COUNTRY!|
| Guest chapter 1 . 5/21/2007
I really don't see the point in being smug that someone with the brains of a rock is our president. The next president will have to be pretty good to fix up all the mistakes Bush has made in the last 6 years. And Stien,just because the "Canadian" is well... Canadian, dosen't mean he can't state his/her opinion!
| chitoryu12 chapter 1 . 7/21/2005
James, James, James, don't you realize anything? Any ballots that are removed are removed because of mistakes that make it difficult to tell who the person voted for. And I doubt that we would be any more smug than you democrats if Kerry had won. Sometimes, I wonder if you get up in the morning, log on to , and think "How am I going to make fun of Republicans today? I know, I'll make up a bunch of crap and come up with petty insults! Ingenious!".
| rhianna chapter 1 . 7/4/2005
Lol, isn't it funny that the reviewers who have been saying "shut up, bush wont win" all disappeared after Bush did win? Yep, I've made my point.
| Alexander mk.2 chapter 1 . 11/11/2004
| James Jago chapter 1 . 11/11/2004
Do you lot have to be so damn smug? Don't forget, Bush's majority is less than five percent; if he's not careful, all that stuff about the right to rise up and overthrow the government might just come up and bite him on the arse. And what happened to those fifty thousand postal ballots...?
| RCS chapter 1 . 11/4/2004
Four more years. A big congrats to President Bush on his re-election. And a big middle finger to Michael Moore, Dan Rather, Hollywood, Kofi Annan, the United Nations, etc.
| John Stein PhD chapter 1 . 10/27/2004
I don't just want this man to win; I need him to. I got some money riding on him (of course, I made the bet when he was ahead in the polls by 8 points). Unfortunately, everythings back to being almost evenly split. 6 days to go...6 days and hopefully we can shove it in their faces.
| CovinS chapter 1 . 10/24/2004
LoL, i love this. Well done, well said, and well written (with the exception of the very first sentence). Good job...i'll be checking on other pieces from you.
| Z-Dub chapter 1 . 10/18/2004
*sighs* The race is pretty close right now...I think it's in favor of Bush.
You know I like that douche bag Kerry about as much as you do, but still.
And when did I worship a new age god?
| The Zaniak chapter 1 . 10/13/2004
A very aggressive essay...again, a bit juvenile, I feel.
| Stein chapter 1 . 10/12/2004
Canadian, ur opinions dont count for shit. You dont live in theUS, so ur opinions on how much you hate Bush or Kerry dont matter. Moore says his whole purpose of making "F-9/11" was to make a change, to get people to vote Bush out. (so it puzzles me why he released it in the middle east, where it could only brew up hate and resentment for the US). God only knows why u saw the movie in the first place. It doesnt involve you! For you, i direct you to an essay of Steven Lawrence:
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delete the spaces between the w's, copy and paste, and u, my young friend, will be on your way
| Canadian chapter 1 . 10/11/2004
The only thing I agree with on this is that Bush will probably win the election. I don't think either one of them could run The States. I guess you probably won't care about my input because I'm Canadian but that's okay with me! I'm just saying that in my mind chimps could do a better job than Bush has. Also I agree with Michael Moore on a lot of points he put in farenheight 9/11. Disagree with me if you want you have that right and really I don't care.
| Under the Cloak chapter 1 . 10/8/2004
Oh, so that's why.
| Stargate4003 chapter 1 . 10/8/2004
Yippie! You preach it! I've always wanted to say this to people, but they just don't get it. Especially Val. It just bounces off their heads.
| lili brik chapter 1 . 10/8/2004
i agree with your general conclusion-that bush will beat kerry-and that most of america (well, at least over half) thinks more like bush on the key issues..still don't agree with the idea that he (bush) actually knows how to run the country, but WHO DOES?
yeah...hearts set on dean and nader..gah, i don't know the choices were pretty distasteful to begin with.
not to imply the other side looked anymore appealing.
i think i hate politics.