The Lessons of George Bush

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A toddler explains what she learned from George Bush and says bye-bye.

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    Andrew Yu-Jen Wang says:

    “‘President Bush is leaving office and he’s not being held accountable for his offenses. There is a laundry list of things he could be charged with,’ said activist Jamilla El-Shafei, who organized the shoe-throwing protest.”

    “El-Shafei inflated a 25-foot (eight-meter) effigy of Bush with a long Pinocchio nose at Dupont Circle, away from the heavy flow of tourists, and invited activists and people passing by to throw shoes at it.”

    “‘I hated Bush before it was cool,’ read one banner.”

    (No author listed). (2009, January 20). US activists vent their rage as Bush exits. http://www.google.com/. Retrieved January 19, 2009, from http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hub8Ww0HIvGpSGIqOyxruAZX1kcw

    Activist Jamilla El-Shafei has become one of my role models.

    The effigy of George W. Bush with a long Pinocchio nose at Dupont Circle is an apposite way to represent Bush.

    Indeed, Bush is a liar of alien proportions.

    As indicated by the banner—it is now in vogue or fashionable or cool to hate Bush.

    Courageous activists like Jamilla El-Shafei add strength and decency to American existence.

    The American people frown upon people who carry on with an ignoble fear of the criminal activities of Bush.

    The American people have no tolerance for cowards who figuratively or metaphorically kneel before Bush’s tyranny with trembling and ignominy and in fear and disgrace.

    The American people have no tolerance for cowards who obey Bush’s corrupt authority in the face of reason—under what I shall refer to as the “Milgram” psychological effect.

    Stanley Milgram conducted experiments revealing that people are however predisposed to obey very powerful authority even when they know full well that what they are being told to do is wrong.

    Milgram had been studying why people irrationally and blindly obeyed Hitler’s orders to kill Jews in the face of reason where they were reasonable people otherwise.

    The American people must work together to put Bush behind bars.

    The American people must fight without exception and seek accountability against Bush—even through the last day of Bush’s life.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

    http://andrewyu-jenwang.blogspot.com/2008/10/bush-is-worst-president-in-american.html

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    Andrew Yu-Jen Wang says:

    Courageous activists like Jamilla El-Shafei add strength and decency to American existence.

    The American people frown upon people who carry on with an ignoble fear of the criminal activities of Bush.

    The American people have no tolerance for cowards who figuratively or metaphorically kneel before Bush’s tyranny with trembling and ignominy and in fear and disgrace.

    The American people have no tolerance for cowards who obey Bush’s corrupt authority in the face of reason—under what I shall refer to as the “Milgram” psychological effect.

    Stanley Milgram conducted experiments revealing that people are however predisposed to obey very powerful authority even when they know full well that what they are being told to do is wrong.

    Milgram had been studying why people irrationally and blindly obeyed Hitler’s orders to kill Jews in the face of reason where they were reasonable people otherwise.

    The American people must work together to put Bush behind bars.

    The American people must fight without exception and seek accountability against Bush—even through the last day of Bush’s life.

    Submitted by Andrew Yu-Jen Wang
    B.S., Summa Cum Laude, 1996
    Messiah College, Grantham, PA
    Lower Merion High School, Ardmore, PA, 1993

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