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OH NOEY! Hannity and Fox News are very upset because President Bush
wasn't among those who have influenced the world in
Time Magazine - People who Shape Our world.



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nebris
May. 4th, 2007 01:17 am (UTC)
Not to worry. Dub will lead in the "People Who Misshaped Our World" issue. ;D

~M~
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 02:02 am (UTC)
I'm sure he will!
donchep
May. 4th, 2007 01:43 am (UTC)
Are you kidding as badly as he's f'ed everything up in almost every part of his administration. He should be on the top of the list.
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 02:02 am (UTC)
Come on now! He hasn't influenced the world a tiddlie winks, so why should he be in Time Magazine?!
donchep
May. 4th, 2007 01:33 pm (UTC)
What, you think only positives cause change? Bush, Katrina and the Tsunami all destructive forces that have deeply influenced the world.
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 04:25 pm (UTC)
I believe Time Magazine chose the people they did, because they felt they had made an influence in a positive way.

Hannity was outraged because Bush wasn't listed, because he felt Bush should have been number one on the list, because his great influence on the world had made a positive mark on this world.

He also bad mouthed Time Magazine terribly and I believe he made some statement in the lines of the Magazine being anti-Bush.
donchep
May. 4th, 2007 05:16 pm (UTC)
The merit of attacking someone for being anti-Bush is worth nothing anymore. Their coin has no value.
fourcorners
May. 4th, 2007 08:04 am (UTC)
Oh, he shaped the world, alright. Same as the Hunter changed Bambi's world

Just cause you fuck things up doesn't mean that you should be rewarded for it
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 04:26 pm (UTC)
And Time Magazine felt the same way, because they omitted him completely as a person who has made a great influence on this world! :o)
jp7
May. 4th, 2007 11:40 am (UTC)
Maybe they were looking for people that had a positive influence. :)
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 04:19 pm (UTC)
That's how I understood it. :o)
davev1968
May. 4th, 2007 12:16 pm (UTC)
It is a curious omission, all things considered.

I can only think of a few people who have changed our world more than GWB.
playgirl
May. 4th, 2007 04:29 pm (UTC)
Yes it is!

It's most apparent Time Magazine doesn’t care for Bush very much, as a positive influential person in this world! :o)
immortalita
May. 4th, 2007 10:22 pm (UTC)
George and his cronies have shaped the future of america, at least:

We are going to lose our national identity by galvanizing immigrants against the ideal of cultural unity (not that they wanted it much to begin with, but he didn't have to make it demonic to them). Sure, it didn't help that people want illegal immigrants to have so many rights, but that's not the point anymore.

He and his corporate friends have profitted much from the war in Iraq. Why else would they want it to continue on so long? We gave up on Osama a long time ago, why are we in Iraq so long? So that Haliburton, and a host of companies in this country - mostly oil related - can continue to reap huge profits at the expense of regular citizens like you and I. Why don't we just pressure the economic community to freeze the monetary assets of those people funding terrorism? The World Bank or some such entity I am sure could put a hold on all those funds, much like we did with North Korea. Take their money, and eventually they'll run out of bullets as we police their country. If that's what Bush and friends truly wanted, that's what would've happened.

Our freedoms as Americans are slowly being taken away. Eventually, those liberties that seperated us from the world will be eroded to a point where we will be more oppressed than terrorist countries. Our President and his people already shore up the media like any other fascists. They do whatever they can to keep the corrupt methods and Patriot Act "cover your back by making what is a breach of the constitution an Executive Power" clauses from being shown to the public, who are really the only people who can take action and get this dirty, underhanded bastard impeached.

Personally, I think George W Bush should be tried and hanged as a traitor to America. He's a commander who has lied to his men and led them to their deaths. He is a commander who has allowed friends to extort his charges (Both Haliburton early in the war when they sold gas to the military at about twice the price it was worth, and the american citizens whom he is responsible for protecting from extortion - see oil company revenues). He is a commander who has betrayed the cover of another operative to the enemy (Valerie Plame) or at least allowed it to happen.

Any other commander would have been tried and jailed, and for the last executed, by now. He gets away with it why? Cover ups and a serious breach of constitutionally granted power.

Impeach Bush, at the least. We owe to our country's founding fathers.
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