Conservapedia on George BushGeorge Walker Bush is proof that humans and apes are related and the Former President. He became President of the United States in 2000 after the Supreme Court overruled the Florida Supreme Court and stopped a vote recount, thus allowing the Republican Florida Secretary of State Katherine Harris to hand the election to Bush. That's democracy folks. After a dirty campaign in 2004, Bush was elected to a second term as President. Bush was given the nickname of Dubya
by the press, due to his middle initial "W" but also possibly because he is unable to spell "George".
Dubya's most controversial speech during his campaign in 2004.
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The Americans have finally seen through Bush and chose Barack Obama to succeed him.
Liberalpedia on ObamaGeorge Walker Bush (born New Haven, Connecticut 1946) was the Governor of Texas (1995-2000) and served as the 43rd President of the United States of America from 2001 to 2009. Campaigning on the notion that the United States should not be in the business of nation-building and promising "to restore honor and dignity" to the office of the President, he won the office by a narrow margin in the decisive State of Florida in the 2000 Presidential election. Legal challenges to the certified vote count went all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court when liberal Democratic contender Al Gore contested the outcome for weeks until the Supreme Court case Bush v. Gore.
In the 2004 Presidential election Bush won re-election, helped in part by a 300,000 vote victory (5%) in the State of Florida, where the outcome had been so close in 2000. Leftist Democratic candidate John Kerry conceded defeat the day after the election.
Bush's presidency was defined by foreign policy because of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, which eventually resulted in the liberation of the countries of Iraq and Afghanistan. Bush named two conservatives to the Supreme Court. He reformed K12 education with a major new program, No Child Left Behind, and pushed a series of major tax cuts through Congress. Conservatives cheered. All this happened in his first term, aiding his easy reelection. His performance in dealing with Hurricane Katrina in 2005 were widely ridiculed, though some Republicans argued that local Democrats did an even worse job.
As the Financial Crisis of 2008 smashed into the banking system and the nation plunged into the Recession of 2008, Bush responded with a massive aid program of $700 billion to banks, and loan guarantees amounting to the trillions of dollars. Conservatives were dismayed, and he left office with the economy spiraling downward. Above all, he made the most dramatic federal interventions in American history by his rescues of the financial system and the automobile industry in 2008. Bruce Bartlett, a Republican economist, says, "Bush clearly is not a Reaganite or "small 'c' conservative."
Conservatives and libertarians have criticized Bush for greatly increased domestic spending, creating a new entitlement program for prescription drugs, failing to veto a single bill, and expanding both the size and scope of government. The man made extremely difficult decisions under extraordinary circumstances. Unlike any president before him, he was subjected to an all out attack by liberal aligned groups intent on playing politics, while forcing him to admit defeat in Iraq. Bush's last year in office was a combination of Democrat Alinsky tactics and abandonment by his own Republican party. Lobbyists and Congress contributed greatly to the collapsing financial markets. Mistakes, questionable interests, Federal Reserve lack of transparency, Liberal Media, Unions, Homeland Security and you understand why the Bush team was to falter, they were in over their heads. Bush is a man with convictions that didn't cower from protecting America and putting America first.  George would engineer two government rebate checks, giving back to the people. Average unemployment over eight-years of the Bush Administration was 5.3%.  and he can be credited for having the most pro-life policies of any president.
Conservapedia on ObamaBarack Obama is the current President of the United States. He was the junior United States Senator from Illinois from 2005 until 2008. He is working to end has ended the war in Iraq, which George W. Bush didn't manage.
Obama is a man who knows what it's like to overcome racism and rise up to become the president of the United States. He is a man who has united the entire Democratic party, and who aims to unite the nation. Obama has already succeeded against the odds. He has shown the world that you don't have to be white to lead a diverse Western nation. Obama is a realist and knows that he can only hope to unite most of the nation. He will have to settle for isolating rubbish like Conservapedia, Metapedia and the KKK.
He has been frequently opposed by born-again pro-family politicians who are horrified that his welfare policies may actually make them pay to improve living conditions for low-income families. Obama has also pledged to tax the rich and help the middle class and the poor. That has already put rich Neocons against him.
****ing Hilarious I'm sure you'll agreeBarack Hussein Obama II (aka Barry Soetoro, said to have been born in Honolulu August 4, 1961) is the 44th President of the United States, and the first President who is biracial. He has been associated with numerous fringe radical groups and causes and served less than four years as a first-term Democratic Senator from Illinois (2005-2008). In a highly controversial decision, after what critics dubbed the "world apology tour," Obama was the recipient of the 2009 Nobel Peace prize.
The United States has recorded the highest deficits as a share of GDP since 1945 in Obama's first two years; correspondingly, poverty and unemployment have increased markedly to record levels not seen in more than 50 years. One half million workers per week continued to lose their jobs well into the "Recovery Summer". The Unemployment Rate has stagnated in the 10% range  with tens of millions more affected by Underemployment, long term disaffection, and loss of hope of finding a employment. Obama's signature legislative achievement, ObamaCare, is cited as a major cause of unemployment, a drag on job creation, and risk of a Greek-style debt crisis. Despite advice from his own economic advisers, Obama has promised tax increases to take affect January 1, 2011, in the midst of the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.
While 'turning the page' on the War on Terror the rate of terrorist attacks in the United States has gone from zero under President George W. Bush's to at least four per year and the Bipartisan Policy Center's National Security Preparedness Group reports Al-Qaeda leadership has become increasingly homegrown and ‘Americanized’ under U.S-based Islamic radicals.
President Obama authorized offshore oil drilling in the Gulf of Mexico and was criticized by the Gulf Oil Spill investigatory commission for his lack of competence and misuse of data to mislead the public about the "worst environmental disaster in US history." Obama declared,
“ oil rigs today generally don’t cause spills. They are technologically very advanced." ”
Charles Chaput, the Catholic Archbishop of Denver, the city where Obama was nominated for president, criticized Obama as the "most committed" abortion-supporting candidate "since the Roe v. Wade abortion decision in 1973." Obama said "the first thing I'd do as President is sign the Freedom of Choice Act." It "would invalidate virtually all state and federal limitations on abortion, and would make partial-birth abortion legal again."