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The Naked Bush

Conservative Arguments Against George W. Bush

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Conservative arguments against George W. Bush
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"The conservative movement has been hijacked and turned into a globalist, interventionist, open borders ideology, which is not the Conservative movement I grew up with."
-- Pat Buchanan, NY Times, September 8, 2002



Welcome to The Naked Bush. This community was created to serve as a resource for exposing George Bush as a non-conservative as demonstrated by his policies, actions, and legislation. The only arguments against Bush that will be allowed here are conservative arguments. The reason for this is that Bush supporters are on the whole conservative in nature. They cannot defend his actions against a strong conservative argument without feeling like a hypocrite.

The reason I am doing this is because I am a conservative, but I am not a Republican. I am not a Democrat either. I am a Constitutionalist and am deeply troubled by the effect this administration has had on our country, our liberties, our freedoms, our economy, and the very Republic in which we live. I would rather see a Democrat President with the ensuing stalemate that would happen from a Republican controlled congress.

Furthermore, with a Democrat President, Republicans will be forced to return to their conservative roots or risk being tossed onto the street by their constituents. They have been asleep at the wheel as far as I am concerned and they need a wake up call.


If you have the inclination to help with this project, then feel free to join the cause whether you are a conservative or a liberal. I just ask that all arguments and information presented in this community be from the conservative perspective. If you come across information on leading Republicans in Congress that would fit these criteria as well, then feel free to post it here as well.

With a little hard work, some perseverance, and keeping a level head, we may be able to convince enough Republicans to either not vote, or choose another candidate with a more conservative bias.

In either case, Bush must go back to Texas in 2004.

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