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Bush to Tornado Victims: "Life is Unfair" [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2008-2-11 21:40:07 |Display all floors
You'd think that after Katrina and other disasters Bush would have a better speech prepared. Or perhaps this is just another example of what happens when Bush tries to ad-lib. "Life is unfair" comes across as somewhat callous, to be honest.

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Post time 2008-2-11 21:56:35 |Display all floors
Bush is right - life is unfair. The Americans got him for President - twice.

You know life is unfair when some medocre person with barely passing grades, a history of failure, cowardly served his country by hiding in Arkansas when sober enough to get there from Texas, who ignores the wishes and dreams of Americans, who lies to the American people, who falsifies facts, becomes president !!
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Post time 2008-2-14 01:14:19 |Display all floors


Infact, he has to become more realistic about the life.

Life is not unfair, but the way we spent the life is unfair.

What if, we respect the humanity, instead of destroying

what if, we respect the independence of other countries instead of bombing those countries

what if, we respect the Human Values rather than destroying them and making the new ones of our own choice.

what if ......

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Post time 2009-7-30 00:14:51 |Display all floors
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