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NotThe1 10-28-2008 01:04 AM

Historical Verdict on Bush Will Be Harsh
Historical Verdict on Bush Will Be Harsh
The judgment of history may well be that the United States has been “taken into, and kept in, the Iraq War by a guy who is not quite right in his head,” a distinguished legal scholar says.

“It may take 25 or 50 years, but it is almost certain that one day this character will be exhibit number one for the danger of having a nut job in the oval office,” says Lawrence Velvel, dean of the Massachusetts School of Law at Andover.

Writing in his latest book, “An Enemy of the People,”(Doukathsan Press) Velvel said, “In everyday life, someone who refuses to recognize the actual facts of the world around him, and who instead lives in a dream world in his head, is regarded as not being sane, as being, to use the blunt words, insane or crazy. Why is it different when it is a national leader who refuses to recognize facts in the world and instead lives in a dream world in his head?”

Velvel goes on to say, “Most interesting is the idea that Bush suffers from a condition called ‘dry drunk’. Essentially, this means that even if one eventually stops drinking, as Bush did, years of alcoholism cause irreversible damage to brain chemistry. Results of this damage include such Bushian traits as rigid judgmentalism, irritability, impatience, grandiosity, obsessive thought patterns, incoherent speech and other unlovely characteristics.”
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McHub532 10-29-2008 02:32 PM

Re: Historical Verdict on Bush Will Be Harsh
Unfortunately we're still in the present and History isn't History until we're in the future and looking back at today.

I believe that History of today will be decided by who is in power and influence in the future. One side or the other of this issue has zero impact on the facts of how History will look upon George W. Bush.

The only thing that matters about History is who is in power and rewriting the books and in charge of brainwashing the children of the country in the future.

McHub532 10-29-2008 06:44 PM

Re: Historical Verdict on Bush Will Be Harsh

Originally Posted by BlueAngel (Post 52515)
It doesn't matter how harsh the history of any of our past presidents.

That won't change the actions they chose while President of the United State's of America and Commander in Chief.

I'm afraid I probably misunderstood the topic.

I thought the topic was "In the future, how will people look back Historically on what George W. Bush is doing right now."

Not about why GWB is doing what he's doing right now because of his past.

Right? ?

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