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  • Overall in my opinion, I think George Bush is the worst President in the history of the United States, our Economy is a disaster, it is like we are heading into another Depression, he has ruined the reputation of the United States around the world, he said that the War in Iraq would be quick and easy, but instead it has turned out to be a disaster, I know that the surge has decreased sectarian violence, but it was never our intention to be there for 5 years already. Has George Bush and our current administration done anything good while in office? I know his presidency is almost over, I am glad because of that, but what has good things has he accomplished in his presidency?
  • I think Bush was very good. The U.S. military is up-armored the way it was suppose to be 30 years ago, the U.S. is left with one enemy on the national level and the U.S. gained one new ally. There is more transparency between businesses and their stock holders. Banks and Savings and Loans are to Democrats as oil is to Republicans. It was no accident 4 out of the 5 Keating five were Democrats and that three of them (all Democrats) were punished. It was the Democratic leadership oversight that led to this bailout. McCain was on of several Republicans that tried in 2004, 2005, 2006 and 2007 to reign in Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac. George Bush made 12 separate pleas to get this straightened out and the Democrats ignored him. The wall between Mexico and the U.S. is finally being built. Illegal immigration is on the decrease. Aid to Africa increased. Increased support to Columbia broke FARC's back. Bush's stance on embryonic stem cells led to a breakthrough where stem cells could be made from cells other than embryonic cells. The No Child Left Behind Act (first proposed by Clinton) uncovered mass corruption in the U.S. school system. Even the principals with their doctorate degrees couldn't pass the new high school tests.
  • He is the BEST model for everything the WORST in the living history of mankind. Long Live George w Bush, so that his presence makes the world wiser not to comit such a blunder of choosing a similar successor for him.
  • About the only thing I can think of is the fact that he gave veterans more money into the GI Bill and extended. The rest of the time he taught this country a valuable lesson in the expense of stupidity, apathy, and naivety.
  • I am a Republican and I don't think there are many things he has done very well. I am glad he will be getting out of office soon.
  • I agree with you 100%...He has done NOTHING right. Not one thing...look at this entire mess....war.....mortgage crisis...wall street..Need I go on? LOL Now he is going to leave this mess with a new President. We can only hope things WILL CHANGE!!! God Bless America.
  • Just millions of Africans, with billions of dollars of aid.
  • He's a nice guy. ;-) You know, nice guy's, the idiots the voters prefer before the intellectual, knowledgeable guys like Gore, Kerry etc.
  • The best thing will be on his last day.
  • America's role in WWI is an interesting one, mostly as militarily speaking, the US missed most of it. The war began in August 1914 following the assassination Franz Ferdinand the previous month with the invasion of Belgium by Germany and the invasion of Serbia by Austria-Hungary. France and Russia had already declared war and the invasion of Belgium brought Britain in on France's side against Germany. Both sides assumed the war would be quick and that it would be over by Christmas 1914. It didn't, however. While the French won the Battle of the Marne in September 1914 and the British helped exploit that victory to drive the Germans back from the gates of Paris, the Western Front quickly dissolved into a war of stalemate and siege by both sides. This is where America's initial role in the war comes in. Had the war been short, the British and French economies could have continued as normal, but since it continued on, the British and French economies rapidly began to become strained, and with most of France's most industrialized areas either under German occupation or within range of the front lines, the French especially needed help to maintain the war effort. Both the British and the French turned to the US for help, both in the sense of financial loans and in buying weapons and munitions from American manufacturers. American businessmen and financiers and the US government did provide the Allies with this support. Now, many American business men also tried to work out similar deals with Germany, as America had a large population of people who had immigrated from the "Fatherland". But these attempts generally failed. The Royal Navy launched a starvation blockade of Germany as early as 1914, stopping any and all ships headed for Germany, which stopped American diplomats and civilians from traveling from the USA to Germany. In response to the British blockade, the Germans unleashed their submarines, the U-boats, on British shipping in an effort to starve Britain out of the war. The sinking of British merchantmen by U-boats killed American civilians and began to turn American public opinion AGAINST Germany. The German government tried to advise American citizens against going into an "area of war", but these warnings had no effect, and made the sinking of the Lusitania in 1915 as disastrous as it was. The sinking of the luxury liner nearly brought America into the war then. It did increase the financial and other aid America gave to Britain and France, short of actual war, though. America's role remained unchanged until 1917. While Russia looked like it was soon to fall, France, Britain, and Germany were all barely holding on, and the German government feared America was about to enter the war on the allied side anyway. They then gambled by luring America into a war with Mexico to avoid a war between America and Germany and sent the Zimmerman Telegram, which offered Mexico, Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and possibly parts of California if they invaded the USA. It was intercepted and delivered to Woodrow Wilson at the same time as the U-boat fleet resumed unrestricted submarine warfare in the Atlantic. This finally served to bring the US into the war militarily. The US army won no major victories that convinced the Germans to surrender, but with the allied navies ruling the seas, America was able to send millions of men to Europe, which convinced the German army (by 1917 the real rulers of Germany) that it was only a matter of time before such victories occurred as Germany ran out of men and material to fight back. They surrendered on November 11, 1918, ending the First World War.
  • In February 1917 a series of events turned the tide of public opinion against Germany. First Germany violated a pledge to end attacks on civilian ships and resumed unrestricted submarine warfare. Then a telegram was intercepted between the German foreign minister and the German embassy in Mexico instructing the ambassador to arrange an alliance with mexico against the US. With the public now supporting war against Germany, President Wilson overcame the previously reluctant Senate and House to approve a declaration of war.
  • We got involved because a German blockade sunk many ships including ones with Americans on them and because America was sending supplies to the allies Germany asked Mexico to invade america. Britain found out about it and told america this made america declare war and our overwhelming manufacturing capabilities helped the allies win.
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