Bush Opens 6-Day Latin America Tour

President Bush sought to reverse an impression of U.S. neglect as he opened a weeklong tour of Latin America on Thursday. Full Story
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Juan jose

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#1 Mar 9, 2007
I think it is great that President bush is coming to Colombia. This is the type of leader the world needs. He doesn't make he's decision on what is popular, he makes them on what is right. He is a great man god bless

“Obama = Corruption”

Since: Dec 06

Keyport N.J

#2 Mar 9, 2007
Agreed. He doesnt make decicions based on poll results or media pressure. He does his job. A very hard job I might add with dignity, maturity and common sense. Well I did it now. Here comes the screaming left to tell me how stupid I am for supporting my president.
who

Reading, UK

#3 Mar 9, 2007
Sultan of Swing wrote:
Agreed. He doesnt make decicions based on poll results or media pressure. He does his job. A very hard job I might add with dignity, maturity and common sense. Well I did it now. Here comes the screaming left to tell me how stupid I am for supporting my president.
Seems Bush has an approval rating of around 30%, are you saying that 70% of Americans are of the "screaming left"? Maybe they see through the lies and you simply don't. People like you make me laugh, you think your absolutely correct and everyone else is involved in some vast left wing liberal conspiracy when in fact the rabid corruption of your government is blindingly obvious........Maybe you are stupid.
Frankie

United States

#5 Mar 9, 2007
Sultan of Swing wrote:
Agreed. He doesnt make decicions based on poll results or media pressure. He does his job. A very hard job I might add with dignity, maturity and common sense. Well I did it now. Here comes the screaming left to tell me how stupid I am for supporting my president.
No screaming here - if that is how and where you set your standards that is what you deserve.

“Obama = Corruption”

Since: Dec 06

Keyport N.J

#6 Mar 9, 2007
who wrote:
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Seems Bush has an approval rating of around 30%, are you saying that 70% of Americans are of the "screaming left"? Maybe they see through the lies and you simply don't. People like you make me laugh, you think your absolutely correct and everyone else is involved in some vast left wing liberal conspiracy when in fact the rabid corruption of your government is blindingly obvious........Maybe you are stupid.
If you put any faith in AP polls, maybe it's you who are stupid. The only polls I listen to are the ones taken by my fellow soldiers.
Valle

United States

#7 Mar 9, 2007
Sultan of Swing wrote:
<quoted text>If you put any faith in AP polls, maybe it's you who are stupid. The only polls I listen to are the ones taken by my fellow soldiers.
Aren't soldiers supposed to follow orders ore are they now activists? What am I missing here....
Mike

San Juan, Puerto Rico

#8 Mar 9, 2007
Bush is a douchebag...
Todd

Houston, TX

#9 Mar 9, 2007
who wrote:
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Seems Bush has an approval rating of around 30%, are you saying that 70% of Americans are of the "screaming left"? Maybe they see through the lies and you simply don't. People like you make me laugh, you think your absolutely correct and everyone else is involved in some vast left wing liberal conspiracy when in fact the rabid corruption of your government is blindingly obvious........Maybe you are stupid.
Aproval Ratings do not make a president. History will only tell and we will all be dead by then.

Since: Feb 07

Location hidden

#10 Mar 9, 2007
who wrote:
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Seems Bush has an approval rating of around 30%, are you saying that 70% of Americans are of the "screaming left"? Maybe they see through the lies and you simply don't. People like you make me laugh, you think your absolutely correct and everyone else is involved in some vast left wing liberal conspiracy when in fact the rabid corruption of your government is blindingly obvious........Maybe you are stupid.
Or maybe, just maybe. The world doesn't revolve around your or his personal constitution.

“Dropped on head as child”

Since: Dec 06

Athens, Ga

#11 Mar 9, 2007
Mike wrote:
Bush is a douchebag...
Well phrased. Bush is the most hated man worldwide since Hitler. Pretty sad.....
Carol

Fort Smith, AR

#12 Mar 9, 2007
I think he should stay in Latin America. Hes worn out his welcom and dissappointed alot of Americans now. Hes given away the country to bordering countries anyway. The men fighting in Iraq will come home and find out they didnt fight for America, they fought for mexicans.
Carol

Fort Smith, AR

#13 Mar 9, 2007
The constitution is our constitution. Its not yours, thats why you dont care about it.
Alphaomega

United States

#14 Mar 9, 2007
Pres bush is pretty much in the last days of his presidency, gone are the days when congress gave him blank checks for the Iraq war, this is a president who came to office in dubious circumstances, and the second time around congress pretty much gave him another 4 year stint. the only people I sympathize for on this presidents watch are the many family's who lost sons, fathers or daughters in the Iraq war, now lets look at what happened on this guys watch, 911, Hurricane Katrina, passing of Ronald Regan, Gerald Ford, Iraq Invasion, Republicans lost the congress, and the confidence of the American people, Massachusetts produced some great presidents, John Quincy Adams, John f. Kennedy, and we and hoped for John Kerry, now 6 Years later he does not see a bad choice.

Since: Mar 07

Waitsfield, VT

#15 Mar 9, 2007
bush is a peice of sh*t and needs to die in a hole.....he already screwed this country up enough!!!! GO DIE BUSH!!!
ASHOT LA USA

Los Angeles, CA

#16 Mar 9, 2007
Sultan of Swing wrote:
Agreed. He doesnt make decicions based on poll results or media pressure. He does his job. A very hard job I might add with dignity, maturity and common sense. Well I did it now. Here comes the screaming left to tell me how stupid I am for supporting my president.
No, no I am not a left or lefty, but letís make things clear Bush is president for few years and you are more then that. So I think it is rude to blame you for protecting YOUR personal president, this is rather an issue of your nature.
Juan jose

Rancho Cucamonga, CA

#17 Mar 9, 2007
WoW are you guys kidding me! i bet none of you have ever lived outside the USA, because if you did you would have a different view. Though ther are pople protesting the Presidents visit many are happy he is there.
ASHOT LA USA

Los Angeles, CA

#18 Mar 9, 2007
Juan jose wrote:
WoW are you guys kidding me! i bet none of you have ever lived outside the USA, because if you did you would have a different view. Though ther are pople protesting the Presidents visit many are happy he is there.
Juan based on your comments you have been outside and according to this article BUSH enjoys freedom of speech. So tell me please what is that I am missing from his exciting Latino-visit, and I'll order a ticket for next month.
Pointing finger

United States

#19 Mar 9, 2007
"Bush visit causes riots" Spun"Enthusiastic crowds greet Bush"
Valle

United States

#20 Mar 9, 2007
Juan jose wrote:
WoW are you guys kidding me! i bet none of you have ever lived outside the USA, because if you did you would have a different view. Though ther are pople protesting the Presidents visit many are happy he is there.
Iíve lived in a number of other countries; it's never been a problem as long as you have reasonable expectations. When it comes to a US President my expectations are far higher than G.W. Bush. I'm sure he would make fine store manager or, perhaps, the president of a small company but a US President he ain't cuttiní it - not even close, in fact he is an embarrassment to many Americans.
kat

United States

#21 Mar 9, 2007
Todd wrote:
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Aproval Ratings do not make a president. History will only tell and we will all be dead by then.
Bush wants to pick papers he keeps secret then passes the secret keeping power to his heirs. Bush wants the same power for the VP Cheney.

Dont blame them for trying with Scooter and administration workers testifying....opening the nasty can of worms...

this group makes Nixon look grounded. not paranoid.

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