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    George W. Bush's Resume

    Past Work Experience
    Ran for congress and lost.
    Produced a Hollywood slasher B movie.
    Bought an oil company, but couldn't find any oil in Texas; company went
    bankrupt shortly after I sold all my stock.
    Bought the Texas Rangers baseball team in a sweetheart deal that took land
    using taxpayer money. Biggest move: Traded Sammy Sosa to the Chicago White Sox.

    With father's help (and his name) was elected Governor of Texas.

    Accomplishments in Previous Positions
    Changed pollution laws for power and oil companies and made Texas the most
    polluted state in the Union.
    Replaced Los Angeles with Houston as the most smog-ridden city in America. Cut
    taxes and bankrupted the Texas government to the tune of billions in borrowed
    money.
    Set record for most executions by any governor in American history.
    Became president after losing the popular vote by over 500,000 votes, with the
    help of my father's appointments to the Supreme Court.

    Accomplishments As President
    Attacked and took over two countries.
    Spent the surplus and bankrupted the treasury.
    Shattered record for biggest annual deficit in history.
    Set economic record for most private bankruptcies filed in any 12-month period.

    Set all-time record for biggest drop in the history of the stock market.
    First president in decades to execute a federal prisoner.
    First president in U.S. history to enter office with a criminal record.
    First year in office set the all-time record for most days on vacation by any
    president in U.S. history.
    After taking the entire month of August off for vacation, presided over the
    worst security failure in U.S. history.
    Set the record for most campaign fundraising trips than any other president in
    U.S. history.
    In my first two years in office over 2 million Americans lost their job.
    Cut unemployment benefits for more out of work Americans than any president in
    U.S. history.
    Set the all-time record for most foreclosures in a 12-month period.
    Appointed more convicted criminals to administration positions than any
    president in U.S. history.
    Set the record for the least amount of press conferences than any president
    since the advent of television.
    Signed more laws and executive orders amending the Constitution than any
    president in U.S. history.
    Presided over the biggest energy crises in U.S. history and refused to
    intervene when corruption was revealed.
    Presided over the highest gasoline prices in U.S. history and refused to use
    the national reserves as past presidents have.
    Cut healthcare benefits for war veterans.
    Set the all-time record for most people worldwide to simultaneously take to the
    streets to protest me (15 million people), shattering the record for protest
    against any person in the history of mankind.
    (http://www.hyperreal.org/~dana/marches/)
    Dissolved more international treaties than any president in U.S. history.
    My presidency is the most secretive and unaccountable of any in U.S. history.
    Members of my cabinet are the richest of any administration in U.S. history
    (the 'poorest' multimillionaire, Condoleezza Rice, has an Exxon oil tanker
    named after her).
    First president in U.S. history to have all 50 states of the Union
    simultaneously go bankrupt.
    Presided over the biggest corporate stock market fraud of any market in any
    country in the history of the world.
    First president in U.S. history to order a U.S. attack and military occupation
    of a sovereign nation.
    Created the largest government department bureaucracy in the history of the
    United States.
    Set the all-time record for biggest annual budget spending increases, more than
    any president in U.S. history.
    First president in U.S. history to have the United Nations remove the U.S. from
    the human rights commission.
    First president in U.S. history to have the United Nations remove the U.S. from
    the elections monitoring board.
    Removed more checks and balances, and have the least amount of congressional
    oversight than any presidential administration in U.S. history.
    Rendered the entire United Nations irrelevant.
    Withdrew from the World Court of Law.
    Refused to allow inspectors access to U.S. prisoners of war and by default no
    longer abide by the Geneva Conventions.
    First president in U.S. history to refuse United Nations election inspectors
    (during the 2002 U.S. elections).
    All-time U.S. (and world) record holder for most corporate campaign donations.
    My biggest lifetime campaign contributor presided over one of the largest
    corporate bankruptcy frauds in world history (Kenneth Lay, former CEO of Enron
    Corporation).
    Spent more money on polls and focus groups than any president in U.S. history.
    First president in U.S. history to unilaterally attack a sovereign nation
    against the will of the United Nations and the world community.
    First president to run and hide when the U.S. came under attack (and then lied
    saying the enemy had the code to Air Force 1)
    First U.S. president to establish a secret shadow government.
    Took the biggest world sympathy for the U.S. after 9/11, and in less than a
    year made the U.S. the most resented country in the world (possibly the biggest
    diplomatic failure in U.S. and world history).
    With a policy of 'disengagement' created the most hostile Israeli-Palestine
    relations in at least 30 years.
    Fist U.S. president in history to have a majority of the people of Europe (71%)
    view my presidency as the biggest threat to world peace and stability.
    First U.S. president in history to have the people of South Korea more
    threatened by the U.S. than their immediate neighbor, North Korea.
    Changed US policy to allow convicted criminals to be awarded government
    contracts.
    Set all-time record for number of administration appointees who violated U.S.
    law by not selling huge investments in corporations bidding for government
    contracts.
    Failed to fulfill my pledge to get Osama Bin Laden 'dead or alive.'
    Failed to capture the anthrax killer who tried to murder the leaders of our
    country at the United States Capital building. After 18 months I have no leads
    and zero suspects.
    In the 18 months following the 9/11 attacks I have successfully prevented any
    public investigation into the biggest security failure in the history of the
    United States.
    Removed more freedoms and civil liberties for Americans than any other
    president in U.S. history.
    In a little over two years created the most divided country in decades,
    possibly the most divided the U.S. has ever been since the Civil War.
    Entered office with the strongest economy in U.S. history and in less than two
    years turned every single economic category heading straight down.

    Records and References
    At least one conviction for drunk driving in Maine (Texas driving record has
    been erased and is not available)
    AWOL from National Guard and deserted the military during a time of war.
    Refuse to take drug test or even answer any questions about drug use.
    All records of my tenure as governor of Texas have been spirited away to my
    father's library, sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.
    All records of any SEC investigations into my insider trading or bankrupt
    companies are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.
    All minutes of meetings for any public corporation I served on the board are
    sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.
    Any records or minutes from meetings I (or my VP) attended regarding public
    energy policy are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public review.
    For personal references please speak to my daddy or uncle James Baker (they can
    be reached at their offices of the Carlyle Group for war-profiteering.) Source:
    Kelley Kramer

    Note: Bush's resume is available as an email-attachment-friendly PDF, courtesy
    of BushOccupation.com. To download the attachment, right-click here and go to
    "Save Target As."



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    >Subject: GWB RESUME
    From: [email protected] (Chosenchildinc1)Date: 2/9/04 4:46 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>George W. Bush's Resume
    So what?


    -------------------------
    A good friend will come and bail you out of jail . . . but, a true friend will
    be sitting next to you saying, "**** . . . that was fun!"
    -----Unknown

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      In article <[email protected]>,
      [email protected] (Chosenchildinc1) wrote:
      George W. Bush's Resume


      You forgot this one: liberated more people from fascism than any
      president since Harry Truman and FDR.





      steve

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        LilMtnCbn wrote:
        Subject: GWB RESUMEFrom: [email protected] (Chosenchildinc1)Date: 2/9/04 4:46 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>George W. Bush's Resume So what?
        Added to this [below] it does make sensible and reasonable people
        stop to think of what the future of the USA might be...

        http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/...in598218.shtml

        pb...

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          >Subject: Re: GWB RESUME
          From: "pb..." [email protected]Date: 2/9/04 8:36 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>LilMtnCbn wrote:
          Subject: GWB RESUMEFrom: [email protected] (Chosenchildinc1)Date: 2/9/04 4:46 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>George W. Bush's Resume So what?
          Added to this [below] it does make sensible and reasonable peoplestop to think of what the future of the USA might be...http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/...in598218.shtmlpb...
          So what?


          -------------------------
          A good friend will come and bail you out of jail . . . but, a true friend will
          be sitting next to you saying, "**** . . . that was fun!"
          -----Unknown

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            LilMtnCbn wrote:
            Subject: Re: GWB RESUMEFrom: "pb..." [email protected]Date: 2/9/04 8:36 PM Mountain Standard TimeMessage-id: <[email protected]>LilMtnCbn wrote:
            >Subject: GWB RESUME>From: [email protected] (Chosenchildinc1)>Date: 2/9/04 4:46 PM Mountain Standard Time>Message-id: <[email protected]>>>>George W. Bush's ResumeSo what?
            Added to this [below] it does make sensible and reasonable peoplestop to think of what the future of the USA might be...http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2004/...in598218.shtmlpb... So what?
            You don't know? Ain't gonna tell ya... ;-)

            pb...

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              >
              You forgot this one: liberated more people from fascism than any president since Harry Truman and FDR. steve
              I was under the impression that the Iragi people were not too happy
              about having our army there, DICTATING their lives. BUt I'm sure
              the families of the thousands of men women and children who we killed
              while liberating them are really quite grateful and once they get over
              grieving the loss of their loved onces, they'll be the first to tell
              us.

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                In article <[email protected] >,
                [email protected] (Melinda Walmsley) wrote:
                You forgot this one: liberated more people from fascism than any president since Harry Truman and FDR. I was under the impression that the Iragi people were not too happy about having our army there, DICTATING their lives. BUt I'm sure the families of the thousands of men women and children who we killed while liberating them are really quite grateful and once they get over grieving the loss of their loved onces, they'll be the first to tell us.

                Honey, you need to read more.

                Kurds are VERY happy -- Saddam's gone and won't be back, Saddam's thugs
                are out, and they can pretty much live as they want. They're going to
                have some degree of autonomy in the new republic so they're in the
                catbird seat. Aid and trade is going well -- read a report about some
                Kurd ex-pat med students who returned after the war, and their first
                comments were along the lines of "home looks like Europe!"

                Shi'a are happy for now, and they're very realistic. Saddam's gone and
                he'll eventually get justice. Most of the Shi'a are very secular and
                while they respect Sistani (who is one of the few people who directly
                stood up to Saddam in Iraq and lived) greatly, they're not interested in
                a theocracy. They would like to get on with their lives and their
                country.

                Sunnis are a mixed lot, and a good number are pissed -- they were the
                top dogs under Saddam and now they'll be 3rd. Nope, not happy.

                Finally, remember: fewer people are dead now, even with the war losses,
                than would have been if Saddam had remained in power. Think the Shi'a
                and Kurds know that? I'll bet they do.




                steve

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                  Steve White <[email protected]> wrote
                  Kurds are VERY happy -- Saddam's gone and won't be back, Saddam's thugs are out, and they can pretty much live as they want. They're going to have some degree of autonomy in the new republic so they're in the catbird seat. Aid and trade is going well -- read a report about some Kurd ex-pat med students who returned after the war, and their first comments were along the lines of "home looks like Europe!"
                  Actually, I've heard that there's a bit of a problem brewing. In the
                  pre-war era, the no-fly-zones pretty much gave Kurds the freedom to
                  run their areas as though they were independent. Now, there's some
                  concern as to what form United Iraq will take, and what their power in
                  it will be. What they'd like is an independent Kurdistan, which would
                  of course give Turkey the heebie-jeebies.

                  In areas like Kirkut, where Saddam dispossessed Kurds and planted
                  Arabs, the dispossessed are returning and evicting the immigrants. The
                  problem is, the Arabs who moved there were pretty much innocent of
                  anything except moving to a new city, and they've built their own
                  houses -- which the Kurds now want to take over. The Arabs who are
                  forced out are pissed off. The US Army is not too sure how to handle
                  this with justice and the least bad blood.

                  Kurds are Sunni, but not Arab.
                  There's Kurd vs. Arab, Shia vs Sunni, all brewing there.
                  And we can't count on secular Shia, either; we can hope, but it really
                  doesn't look that way. The main powers in the Shia community are
                  religious.The Iraqi mess is so complicated that not even an Indian
                  Prime Minister could deal with it...

                  Rupa

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                    In article <[email protected] >,
                    [email protected] (Rupa Bose) wrote:
                    Steve White <[email protected]> wrote
                    Kurds are VERY happy -- Saddam's gone and won't be back, Saddam's thugs are out, and they can pretty much live as they want. They're going to have some degree of autonomy in the new republic so they're in the catbird seat. Aid and trade is going well -- read a report about some Kurd ex-pat med students who returned after the war, and their first comments were along the lines of "home looks like Europe!"
                    Actually, I've heard that there's a bit of a problem brewing. In the pre-war era, the no-fly-zones pretty much gave Kurds the freedom to run their areas as though they were independent. Now, there's some concern as to what form United Iraq will take, and what their power in it will be. What they'd like is an independent Kurdistan, which would of course give Turkey the heebie-jeebies. In areas like Kirkut, where Saddam dispossessed Kurds and planted Arabs, the dispossessed are returning and evicting the immigrants. The problem is, the Arabs who moved there were pretty much innocent of anything except moving to a new city, and they've built their own houses -- which the Kurds now want to take over. The Arabs who are forced out are pissed off. The US Army is not too sure how to handle this with justice and the least bad blood. Kurds are Sunni, but not Arab. There's Kurd vs. Arab, Shia vs Sunni, all brewing there. And we can't count on secular Shia, either; we can hope, but it really doesn't look that way. The main powers in the Shia community are religious.The Iraqi mess is so complicated that not even an Indian Prime Minister could deal with it...


                    I've read the same things and I shouldn't imply that it's all heaven
                    there; it isn't. But the Kurds are very well disposed towards us right
                    now.

                    Lots of Kurds would like an independent country, and many would like to
                    unite all the Kurdish people, not just in Turkey but also in Syria and
                    Iran. That would be a major, major problem right now. Turkey and Iran
                    both would go to war to stop such a thing.

                    I've read the stories about both Kirkuk and Mosul where the Arabs are
                    getting booted. They have my sympathy to a point; they didn't go there
                    asking for trouble, and many were forced there by Sammy.

                    Latest news on the wire is that Sistani will gracefully climb down and
                    claim victory, and some formula will be found on elections. Which proves
                    that Sistani is a long-term player and won't antagonize the US. Very
                    shrewd man.




                    steve

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                      Steve White <[email protected]> wrote
                      Latest news on the wire is that Sistani will gracefully climb down and claim victory, and some formula will be found on elections. Which proves that Sistani is a long-term player and won't antagonize the US. Very shrewd man.
                      Yes, sounds like a good guy. Hope things stay that way, though. One
                      good guy floating on an unstable situation isn't the redemption of the
                      nation.

                      Rupa

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                        George Bush

                        http://www.geocities.com/trebor_92627/Bush.htm

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                        • #13
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                          Rupa Bose wrote:
                          Steve White <[email protected]> wrote
                          Latest news on the wire is that Sistani will gracefully climb down andclaim victory, and some formula will be found on elections. Which provesthat Sistani is a long-term player and won't antagonize the US. Veryshrewd man.
                          Yes, sounds like a good guy. Hope things stay that way, though. One good guy floating on an unstable situation isn't the redemption of the nation. Rupa
                          Oops...

                          http://www.zaman.org/?bl=internation...040221&hn=5613

                          INTERNATIONAL 02.21.2004 Saturday

                          Shiite Leader Sistani Threatens Intifada Against U.S.

                          Iraqi Shiite Leader Seyyid Ali Al-Sistani yesterday warned that he would
                          call for an intifada (uprising) if American soldiers stayed in Iraq
                          after the handover of power on June 30, 2004. He also insisted that
                          there should be a significant role for the Shiite in the future
                          administration of the country, as they make up the majority of the
                          population.

                          Sistani spoke to the German magazine Der Spiegel and said: "The U.S.
                          presence in Iraq should not be prolonged. The Iraqi public knows how to
                          act. If the U.S. presence is drawn out longer than necessary, I will
                          call for an intifada." The necessary posters reportedly have already
                          been printed and are awaiting distribution to every corner of the country.

                          Sostani's comments come in the wake of Commander of the Coalition Ground
                          Forces in Iraq, Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez's statement on Wednesday that
                          American troops might continue their deployment in Iraq for years to
                          come and U.S.-Appointed Administrator to Iraq Paul Bremer's request
                          yesterday that coalition members to maintain a presence in Iraq until
                          the end of December 2005.

                          The U.S. administration has reportedly dispensed with the idea of having
                          pre-elections before June 30 and is currently working to expand the
                          Iraqi Temporary Governing Council (TGC). The Washington Post has
                          reported that as part of the TGC enlargement the number of council
                          members would be increased from 25 to 125. The newly expanded TGC would
                          then continue its investigations until the national elections.

                          'America Gave up Pre-Elections'

                          Sistani noted that the United Nations (UN) has charged the U.S. with the
                          administration of Iraq until June 30, 2004, and he reported that the UN
                          should monitor whether power will be handed over to the Iraqis. Sistani
                          also demanded that preparations for the elections be finished as soon as
                          possible. Additionally, he requested a guarantee from the U.N. that the
                          elections would not be delayed and that Constitution would be based on
                          the Sheri'a.



                          02.21.2004
                          Foreign News Services
                          Istanbul
                          _______________________________________
                          Reprinted for educational purposes only.

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