George W. Bush's Resume

Past work experience:

- Ran for congress and lost.

- Produced a Hollywood slasher B movie.

- Bought an oil company, but couldn't find any oil in Texas, company went bankrupt shortly after I sold all my stock.

- Bought the Texas Rangers baseball team in a sweetheart deal that took land using taxpayer money.

- Biggest move: Traded Sammy Sosa to the Chicago White Sox.

- With fathers help (and his name) was elected Governor of Texas.


- Changed pollution laws for power and oil companies and made Texas the most polluted state in the Union.

- Replaced Los Angeles with Houston as the most smog ridden city in America.

- Cut taxes and bankrupted the Texas government to the tune of billions in borrowed money. Set record for most executions by any Governor in American history.

- Became president after losing the popular vote by over 500,000 votes, with the help of my father's appointments to the Supreme Court.

Accomplishments as president:

- Attacked and took over two countries.

- Spent the surplus and bankrupted the treasury.

- Shattered record for biggest annual deficit in history.

- Set economic record for most private bankruptcies filed in any 12  month period.

- Set all-time record for biggest drop in the history of the stock market.

- First president in decades to execute a federal prisoner.

- First president in US history to enter office with a criminal record.

- First year in office set the all-time record for most days on vacation by any president in US history.

- After taking the entire month of August off for vacation, presided  over the worst security failure in US history.

- Set the record for most campaign fundraising trips than any other  president in US history.

- In my first two years in office over 2 million Americans lost their job.

- Cut unemployment benefits for more out of work Americans than any  president in US history.

- Set the all-time record for most foreclosures in a 12 month period.

- Appointed more convicted criminals to administration positions than  any president in US history.

- Set the record for the least amount of press conferences than any  president since the advent of television.

- Signed more laws and executive orders amending the Constitution  than any president in US history.

- Presided over the biggest energy crises in US history and refused  to intervene when corruption was revealed.

- Presided over the highest gasoline prices in US history and refused  to use the national reserves as past presidents have.

- Cut healthcare benefits for war veterans.

- Set the all-time record for most people worldwide to simultaneously take to the streets to protest me (15 million people), shattering  the record for protest against any person in the history of mankind. (

- Dissolved more international treaties than any president in US history.

- My presidency is the most secretive and unaccountable of any in US history.

- Members of my cabinet are the richest of any administration in US history. (The 'poorest' multimillionaire, Condoleezza Rice has a Chevron oil tanker named after her).

- First president in US history to have all 50 states of the Union  simultaneously go bankrupt.

- Presided over the biggest corporate stock market fraud of any  market in any country in the history of the world.

- First president in US history to order a US attack and military occupation of a sovereign nation.

- Created the largest government department bureaucracy in the  history of the United States.

- Set the all-time record for biggest annual budget spending  increases, more than any president in US history.

- First president in US history to have the United Nations remove the  US from the human rights commission.

- First president in US history to have the United Nations remove the US from the elections monitoring board.

- Removed more checks and balances, and have the least amount of  congressional oversight than any presidential administration in US  history.

- Rendered the entire United Nations irrelevant.

- Withdrew from the World Court of Law.

- Refused to allow inspectors' access to US prisoners of war and by  default no longer abide by the Geneva Conventions.

- First president in US history to refuse United Nations election  inspectors (during the 2002 US elections).

- All-time US (and world) record holder for most corporate campaign  donations.

- My biggest lifetime campaign contributor presided over one of the  largest corporate bankruptcy frauds in world history (Kenneth Lay,  former CEO of Enron Corporation).

- Spent more money on polls and focus groups than any president in US  history.

- First president in US history to unilaterally attack a sovereign nation against the will of the United Nations and the world community.

- First president to run and hide when the US came under attack (and then lied saying the enemy had the code to Air Force 1)

- First US president to establish a secret shadow government.

- Took the biggest world sympathy for the US after 911, and in less than a year made the US the most resented country in the world (possibly the biggest diplomatic failure in US and world history).

- With a policy of 'disengagement' created the most hostile Israeli-Palestine relations in at least 30 years.

- Fist US president in history to have a majority of the people of Europe (71%) view my presidency as the biggest threat to world peace and stability.

- First US president in history to have the people of South Korea more threatened by the US than their immediate neighbor, North Korea.

- Changed US policy to allow convicted criminals to be awarded government contracts.

- Set all-time record for number of administration appointees who violated US law by not selling huge investments in corporations bidding for government contracts.

- Failed to fulfill my pledge to get Osama Bin Laden 'dead or alive.'

- Failed to capture the anthrax killer who tried to murder the leaders of our country at the United States Capitol building. After 18 months I have no leads and zero suspects.

- In the 18 months following the 911 attacks I have successfully prevented any public investigation into the biggest security failure in the history of the United States.

- Removed more freedoms and civil liberties for Americans than any other president in US history.

- In a little over two years created the most divided country in decades, possibly the most divided the US has ever been since the civil war.

- Entered office with the strongest economy in US history and in less than two years turned every single economic category heading straight down.

Records and References:

- At least one conviction for drunk driving in Maine (Texas driving record has been erased and is not available).

- AWOL from National Guard and Deserted the military during a time of war.

- Refuse to take drug test or even answer any questions about drug use.

- All records of my tenure as governor of Texas have been spirited away to my fathers library, sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.

- All records of any SEC investigations into my insider trading or bankrupt companies are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.

- All minutes of meetings for any public corporation I served on the board are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public view.

- Any records or minutes from meetings I (or my VP) attended regarding public energy policy are sealed in secrecy and unavailable for public review.

- For personal references please speak to my daddy or Uncle James Baker (They can be reached at their offices of the Carlyle Group for war-profiteering.)

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"To the veteran, we owe gratitude — shown not just in words of tribute, but in acts of care and attention. As president, I will work with Congress to raise the standard of service — not just for veterans, but for our military retirees. All of them must be treated with the care they have been promised and the dignity they have earned." - George W. Bush 9/6/2000

"America's veterans ask only that government honor its commitments as they honored theirs. They ask that their interests be protected, as they protected their country's interest in foreign lands. In all matters of concern to veterans — from health care to program funding — you have my pledge that those commitments will be kept. My administration will do all it can to assist our veterans and to correct oversights of the past." - George W. Bush 5/28/2001

"My administration understands America's obligations not only to those who wear the uniform today, but to those who wore the uniform in the past — our veterans." - George W. Bush

"Unfortunately, the deficit hawks in Mr. Bush's Office of Management and Budget are now ignoring this "obligation" (his word, not mine) because fixing the problem is too expensive. The Congressional Budget Office estimates it would cost approximately $2 billion in fiscal 2003. Of course, bloated deficits haven't stopped Congress from padding its own payrolls or stuffing 8,341 pork barrel projects, estimated by Citizens Against Government Waste at $20 billion, in this year's 13 appropriations bills.

What's worse, the Rumsfeld Pentagon doesn't seem to grasp that this punitive policy has an unquantifiable adverse effect on retention and combat effectiveness. Do we really want a military force led by risk- averse, desk-bound officers and NCOs who avoid the possibility of getting wounded because they don't want to financially punish their families?

President Bush has said, "Veterans are a priority for this administration." He had better make those in his administration believe it, because veterans also believe that old axiom: "You can't just talk the talk— You have to walk the walk." - Col. Oliver North 7/28/2002

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The House budget cuts veterans benefits across the board
Wed Apr 16 00:47:09 2003

health-care benefits, disability benefits, survivor benefits, pensions, everything -- a total of $28 billion in cuts over the next decade. In my state, in North Carolina, more than 30,000 veterans will be pushed out, forced out of the VA system. Tens of thousands more North Carolina veterans would face sharply higher costs.

The budget cuts benefits when needs are increasing. World War II veterans and Korean War veterans are aging. Their health-care needs are pressing, and Vietnam veterans are just behind them. There are already waiting lists, and those lists will only grow longer, if the benefits are available at all.

The men and women in uniform in Iraq and Afghanistan must see this budget and wonder if our praise for them today is simply hollow rhetoric intended to score political points, not a sincere appreciation for their service. The House budget walks away from our debt to veterans so we can cut taxes.

I know that I am not the first to point out on this floor how lopsided that tax cut favors the richest Americans. I know I am not the first to point out that Americans making more than a million dollars a year get a tax cut of $90,000 but ordinary Americans fare much less well. Half of North Carolina families get less than $100 a year. One-third of North Carolina families get nothing at all.

The Americans who would benefit the most from proposed tax cuts owe the most to our veterans, and the veterans who need their veterans benefits the most would benefit least from the proposed tax cut.

The majority party is now saying that they did not really mean it; they had their fingers crossed behind their backs the whole time. They knew the Senate would put veterans benefits back into the budget and that they would go along. Just minutes ago, the majority party voted to repudiate the very budget that they adopted less than two weeks ago.

Veterans deserve better than that kind of political double-talk. They should not be bargaining chips and back-room budget deals between the House and Senate. They have earned better than that.

I do not believe that the House budget reflects our nation's values. I do not believe that we have become a nation of ingrates.

(From a speech on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives by North Carolina Rep. Brad Miller, a Democrat.) -

We were Soldiers Once?
The Bush War Record

Man on horseback
" Nobody seemed bothered that Bush, who appears to have skipped more than
a year of the National Guard service that kept him out of Vietnam, is
now emphasizing his flying experience.

An Open Letter to the U.S. Military
by Charlie Liteky in Baghdad
Congressional Medal of Honor Winner

Bush Gives Terrorists U.S. Military Uniforms
MKO agents in US uniform deployed close to Iranian border

The Military records of George Walker Bush
These documents were obtained using the processes outlined in the Freedom Of Information Act

"There were only 49 media stories about Bush's military past during his presidential campaign. There were a whopping 13,641 media reports on Clinton's Vietnam-era draft dodging during his first presidential race." - Paul Begala