The Linear Canvas
This journal is about the wrongs and rights of the world, as I see them.

The Linear Canvas

Givem’ Enough Rope…

February 10th, 2004 . by Alexander Fisher

Last Sunday George Bush was given the chance to make excuses for his dismal performance as president by Republican apologist turned TV host Tim Russert on NBC’s Meet the Press.

George Bush actually said that the countries 23 percent increase in the national debt, a 33 percent increase in the unemployment rate, and a swing from surplus to deficit should not be grounds for voters to turn him out of office.

George Bush, the comedian.

George’s Mistake

February 8th, 2004 . by Alexander Fisher

When all is said and done in the 2004 election, I figure that the chances of George Bush being re-elected are slim to none. The reason that will happen is clear to me. Instead of being the president of the American people, he has become the president of the rich white conservative. He surrounds himself at fund raisers and other events with these types, generally ignoring the rest of the American citizens that he is supposed to be employed to help and lead.

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Will Osama Bin Laden Rescue George Bush?

February 3rd, 2004 . by Alexander Fisher

After September 11th, it seemed that President Bush could conceivably be president for life. His job approval at that time was around 90 percent. Personally my views of George Bush have never changed. For a time it was impossible to disagree with those that wrapped themselves in the American flag regardless of their contempt for those that expressed viewpoints that were in opposition to those expressed by the president and his followers. The example was of course, the country music singers The Dixie Chicks. One person remarked that what happened to The Dixie Chicks was the price they paid for free speech. Not only was that a ridiculous remark to make about free speech, it is the most un-American remark an American could make. It is only the foolish or uneducated among us that would say such things, and believe them too.

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