In a shocking contradiction of truth and the regime's past disastrous eight years, President Bush remarked over the weekend, that he would like history to view him as "somebody who liberated 50 million people and helped achieve peace". President Bush's incredulous statement prompts a slew of hard-hitting questions to the able-minded.
If history is to be the true judge of Bush's reign of terror, it will easily mark him as a fascist corporate dictator with a feeble mind but with a power of the greatest destructive nature.
Incompetence has never known such great power, and as a new figurehead steps to the forefront, Bush's unfortunate legacy appears destined to continue. With the greatest uncertainty reigning over the world since the 1962 and 1982 Cold War clashes between the United States and Soviet Union, Bush will leave a wake of killing, corporate-government control, and unaccountable avarice.
For one that campaigned vigorously as the "compassionate conservative" in 2000, little compassion has been shown to America or the rest of the world. After slaughtering 500,000 Iraqis, and displacing another 3-4 million; (not to even mention war crimes committed over the past seven years in Afghanistan), one would be hard-tried to name an action of compassion on behalf of the Bush Administration.
Rather than the "liberator" or "peacemaker" to which the Bin Laden family-backed failed oilman ascribes himself, other words will describe the hateful order Bush's cronies have wrought. The thieving absolutist will be known to all as what he really is. A shameful villian with little regard for life, deservant of much time in a cold and dark cellar.