This is always a fun topic. And I'm sure it'll bring those from both sides out of the woodwork and into, well, the fire.
I have no real problem with Bush's inability to pronounce words correctly. I find it funny, but ultimately, it doesn't do a WHOLE lot to his ability to perform his job. Hey, sometimes it's kind of...quaint.
What I do have a problem with is his new and troubling tack towards the economy. Now, I'm all for a tax cut. Hell, who isn't? Lookit, I know myself I can spend my money a hell of a lot better and more efficiently than the government.
The problem I have is the way Bush is funnelling money right back into his cronies' pockets. What happened to the new economy? He seems to be intent to returning energy, defense, and all the rest of the dinosaurs back to prominence. Further, it's becoming increasingly clear that, while those new tech companies drove the economy, maybe Slippery Dick did have something to do with keeping the economy going: he didn't fuck it up, 'cept maybe towards the end. The Republicans are having to sheepishly admit that good public policy is needed to steer this ship away from the shoals, a direct contrast to "hell, it takes care of itself."
So my question is this: what the hell is he doing? Sure, all those tech and internet companies are leading the charge to the bottom, but he sure isn't helping, what with all this recession talk.
His policies thus far have shown he's not really into uniting the country at all; that was his overarching campaign theme, and so far, it's been a general fallacy.