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Al Gore would've been a better president than G.W. Bush. Agree or disagree?

Mopvyzo 2012/06/16 18:05:17
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  • Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮ 2012/06/17 02:45:49
    I don't like either one of them.
    Dan ☮ R P ☮ 2012 ☮
    +1
    Both would have been terrible. I doubt Gore would have been able to get away with imperialism that began after 9/11, but at the same time he might have been able to make more progress on carbon taxes, and we'd be pretty bad off either way.
  • Sissy Dan ☮ R... 2012/06/17 11:49:18
    Sissy
    +1
    Gore would have never sent our sons and daughters to an unconstitutional, illegal war either. Those 4,000 plus kids we lost and the thousands maimed and emotionally harmed wouldn't have happened either. That is what will put GW in the books forever as the worst president this country has had in modern times.
  • beach bum 2012/06/17 02:33:50
    agree
    beach bum
  • jubil8 BN-0 PON 2012/06/17 02:28:52
    agree
    jubil8 BN-0 PON
    +6
    Couldn't have been worse.

    One thing, though: Assuming 9/11 happened anyway, Gore's reaction would have been as much of a defining moment for the US as Bush's was.
  • Sissy jubil8 ... 2012/06/17 11:51:14
    Sissy
    +1
    After 9/11, Bush had over 90% approval rating and the civilized world at his back. (Including mine). I would have, as an American, done anything he asked, but he asked nothing, only "how can we tie this attack to Iraq?" He squandered that good will and drove us nearly to the cliff with his policies and decisions. Something republicans absolutely have forgotten.
  • jubil8 ... Sissy 2012/06/17 19:13:43
    jubil8 BN-0 PON
    Exactly. Although I think you could leave out "nearly" -- he drove us to the cliff.
  • Jack 2012/06/17 02:22:39
    disagree
    Jack
    He wasn't gracious when he visited our country.
  • Gary 2012/06/17 01:39:21
    agree
    Gary
    +10
    Gore would have been a good president but the crooked election and the crooked
    supreme court gave bush the white house and he did not get elected he got selected.
  • Captain-Morgan 2012/06/17 01:39:04 (edited)
    disagree
    Captain-Morgan
    +2
    HE SOLD THE AMERICAN PEOPLE OUT, AND ALL THE RETIRING WORKERS OUT.. WHEN HE CAST THE TIE BREAKING VOTE IN THE SENATE TO TAX OUR SOCIAL SECURITY PAYMENTS... GORE IS A SCUM BAG...
  • ConLibFraud 2012/06/17 01:31:53 (edited)
    disagree
    ConLibFraud
    +4
    He would have been the same. They are all owned and controlled by the bankers!!!

    ---

    After reading the comments the establishment elite are raising their champagne glasses with glee at how programmed and blind the people are.
  • BlytheS... ConLibF... 2012/06/17 06:26:39
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    +3
    You are correct, but I stand by my answer.........my dog would have been better than W.
  • ConLibF... BlytheS... 2012/06/17 13:11:05
    ConLibFraud
    +2
    My neighbors dog crap would have been better.
  • SW 2012/06/17 01:13:57
    agree
    SW
    +7
    ...Without a doubt. Imagine if, instead of ignoring Al Quaeda like Bush did in favor of things like "Star Wars" missile defense, we continued Clinton's policies like the ones that stopped the "Millennium Bomb" and 15 other terrorist attacks from happening. That's right... we'd still have a World Trade Center. And after that we'd have no war in Iraq or Afghanistan. All those dead people would still be alive. All those trillions wouldn't have been spent on war. And instead of a recession and an economy like the Great Depression, we'd be looking at a budget surplus and a better, safer world for all Americans. Bush voters really F#$#ed our country. Thanks Republicans.
  • Captain... SW 2012/06/17 01:44:01
    Captain-Morgan
    LMAO... WHERE DID YOU GET THOSE IDEA'S.... WHAT AN IDIOT YOU ARE... GO BACK AND READ THE REAL HISTORY...
  • findthe... Captain... 2012/06/17 04:49:26
    findthelight2000
    +2
    WHY ARE YOU SHOUTING?
  • Captain... findthe... 2012/06/17 05:02:41
  • findthe... Captain... 2012/06/17 05:29:14
    findthelight2000
    +1
    It's not old-school. You are just rude.
  • BlytheS... Captain... 2012/06/17 06:29:19
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    +1
    Now, now Captain. Why didn't you just tell him that it's easier for you to see caps? That was a much nicer answer and it doesn't raise your blood pressure. :) (Just lookin' out for you. Hope you do the same for me.)
  • Captain... BlytheS... 2012/06/17 22:54:13 (edited)
  • SW Captain... 2012/09/06 15:17:41
    SW
    Which ones are wrong and why? No Bush presidency would have meant No war in Iraq and 4.5 trillion not added to our debt and 4,000+ service men and women not dead and tens of thousands not wounded and crippled. It would have meant continuing the same policies that gave us the record job growth and budget surplus that Clinton left us with, instead of the out-of-control spiral of job loss and recession that Bush left us with.

    Maybe we'd have universal health care --more money in our pockets and conservatives could finally get help with their mental disorder!
  • Captain... SW 2012/09/07 01:28:54
    Captain-Morgan
    IT WAS THE DEMOCRATS THAT SET UP THE SUB PRIME BANKING AND THE MARKET CRASH OF 2007.. BUSH HAD TRIED TO SLOW OR STOP IT.. AND YOUR WRONG ABOUT IRAQ WAR COSTING 4.5 TRILLION... AND AS FOR WILLY CLINTON, IF NOT FOR THE REPUBLICAN TAKING BACK CONGRESS IN 1996.. HE WOULD NOT HAVE MOVED TO THE RIGHT.. AND USED THE MANY CONSERVATIVES IDEAS.. TO BALANCE BUDGETS.. GET REAL.. AND DO YOUR RESEARCH..
  • SW Captain... 2012/09/07 14:53:32 (edited)
    SW
    Perfect example right there. So crippled by conservatism you can't even use caps lock. Sad, really. Yes Dems sold all those credit default swaps. I'm sorry I did my research and it turns out EVERY stock market crash and bank bailout EVER since the Great Depression on we had a Pub in the whitehouse. If you want more of that vote Republican.
    the housing crisis was WORLD WIDE. Did Dems do it in Ireland too? And we had other problems besides the housing crisis. People weren't losing 750 thousand jobs a month before Obama took office all because of the sub prime lending crisis.

    What conservative EVER balanced the budget? Hahahah conservative idea? OMG that's just sad.

    wide dems ireland conservative balanced budget hahahah conservative omg sad

    See how it keeps getting better the WHOLE time pretty much Clinton is in office --not just after 96! And if Pubs are so great at "balancing the budget" how come it all went to s$#% when they got the house, senate, and presidency in 2000? Hmmm? Rationalize that one Mr Caps Lock!
  • beavith1 2012/06/17 01:08:46
    disagree
    beavith1
    +2
    why are we going through this again? one more distraction from Obama's failure?
  • BlytheS... beavith1 2012/06/17 06:30:15
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    +1
    No. Obama's been a disaster, but that doesn't change the fact that W was a complete disaster. And a total boob to boot.
  • beavith1 BlytheS... 2012/06/17 15:15:35
    beavith1
    so, exactly, why does this have any relevance to ANYTHING?
  • BlytheS... beavith1 2012/06/21 05:43:33
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    It pretty much has relevance to EVERYTHING. You can stop being obtuse at any time.
  • beavith1 BlytheS... 2012/06/21 14:38:34
    beavith1
    'if my aunt had balls, she'd be my uncle.'

    feel free to speculate, and even whine.

    it doesn't change anything.
  • BlytheS... beavith1 2012/06/22 02:26:06
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    What is it with you people and "whining." I definitely hear whining on this site, but it's always from those on the right who continuously claim that everyone else is whining. Just stop your whining already. It's nauseating.
  • beavith1 BlytheS... 2012/06/22 02:48:52
    beavith1
    (chuckle) all i'm reading is whining.

    is this post intentionally ironic?
  • Blank Blank Blank 2012/06/17 01:00:40
  • BlytheS... Blank B... 2012/06/17 06:30:56
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    +1
    Looked like little Dickie was the Prez to me.
  • Sissy BlytheS... 2012/06/17 11:53:50
    Sissy
    +1
    He definitely was the first term.
  • Blank B... BlytheS... 2012/06/26 17:53:13
  • BlytheS... Blank B... 2012/06/28 03:14:25
    BlytheSpirit~bn0
    That's true. Unfortunately there's enough hypocrisy to go around. I find both the Dems and the Reps abhorrent.
  • Blank B... BlytheS... 2012/06/30 12:56:31
  • whitecollar 2012/06/17 00:58:52 (edited)
    agree
    whitecollar
    +5
    Yes, and I've always believed that election was rigged. Most people believe if the votes had been counted properly, Gore would be the winner. Florida has a lot of problems with elections. Florida purge
  • ConLibF... whiteco... 2012/06/17 01:40:27
    ConLibFraud
    +3
    There is only one party and vote fraud is their favorite tool. This year the GOP has committed tons of fraud to make ORomney the nominee. Here, these are democrats from the 2008 democrat primaries...

  • Pm ConLibF... 2012/06/17 02:13:00
    Pm
    +2
    sorry, the American people spoke, Ron Paul is not the nominee....PERIOD. NO matter what you conspiracy libs say, fact is, Ron Paul is out of touch with reality and the American people know it.,
  • ConLibF... Pm 2012/06/17 02:19:42
    ConLibFraud
    +1
    You disqualified yourself from any conversation many posts ago and rendered yourself immaterial.
  • Pm ConLibF... 2012/06/18 07:43:22
    Pm
    +1
    Your paranoia and hate for this country rendered yourself a conspiracy lib.

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