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George W. Bush and Condi Rice – Great American Heroes

Joseph Delli Gatti

July 6, 2012

Many complex issues went into the decision to invade Iraq and Afghanistan.  If we had not gone to war with those countries, where would we be today?

I occasionally run into people who think that George W. Bush was somehow the devil, the puppet of Dick Cheney, and a mastermind out to destroy the economy.  The liberal media has purported gross misrepresentations in the past about President George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, and Condi Rice – and a lot of people have believed those lies.  An objective study can still help people to gain an understanding about what makes both George W. Bush, Condi Rice, and even Dick Cheney heroes and Saviors of the western world.

I know that some skeptics roll their eyes when they read praises about Gee Dubyah and Rice Candy; however, if these same people have taken basic micro and macro economics courses, read up on OPEC, and can follow this insight-offering article, their opinions can very likely change.  Two numbers constitute important factors in evaluating both the Iraq War and the war in Afghanistan (and ultimately the War on Terror): 7 of 12 and 5 of 10. Continue reading George W. Bush and Condi Rice – Great American Heroes