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    election The United States holds an election every four years in order to find the new president in which to run the country. The 2000 election was no different. It brought about a new president for the United States, George W Bush. There were various candidates in which Bush had to battle against in order to gain the title of the 43rd American president. These candidates included; Al Gore (Democrat), Ralph Nader (Green), Patrick J. Buchanan (Reform), Harry Browne (Libertarian), John Hagelin (Natural

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    attractive quality is that he is a seeker of challenges (Duncan, 2013)). Bush’s leadership characteristics Unlike Obama, who is a Democrat, Bush was a Republican. President George Bush is well known for his command-and-control leadership style.Bush’s leadership style was far away different from Obama’s.The commanding – authoritative like leadership that Bush used is challenged by today’s leadership that is guided by a lot of wisdom.A form of administration that was deeply buried and forgotten when

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    The War in Iraq

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    kill like Saddam Hussain and Osama Bin Laden, and a country which was in “need” of US help both politically and financially. At the time of the Terrorist attacks, people were afraid of what else the terrorists were planning or could do and so George Bush sent troops in to look for Weapons of Mass Destruction (WMD). In hindsight the war on Iraq was a bad idea. The situation was handled poorly, far too much money was spent, and there were far too many casualties to say that the war was a good idea

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    arguably over ambiguous goal, President George W. Bush uses a rhetoric approach that blends parts of pathos and ethos with precise word choice to create ethically and emotionally charged diction in faiths of uniting the public. He relies also on the assumption that the public shares his thoughts on religion, his perception of America’s ideals of freedom, and the role of God. Because the assignment of ending tyranny is certainly difficult, President George W. Bush uses pathos and ethos along with meticulously

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    realized that the Democratic Party was out of touch with the majority of America. Due in large part to Bill Clinton’s infidelities, America was in need for a strong leader, who was morally just. George W. Bush seemed like the man to accomplish the countries yearning for a moral, strong willed leader. Though Bush lost the popular election, he won the Electoral College (Limbaugh). Many Democrats at the time were saying that this flew in the face of democracy and sought to abolish the Electoral College

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    George W. Bush's Leagacy

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    Democrat Party Candidate, George W Bush won the Presidency. In the beginning many people loved him, but the love declined and turned into dislike at the mid of his tenure. George W Bush accomplished a lot during his Presidency. He was successful in the war against terrorism; he had a major impact on immigration reform, and he led a major effort in protecting religious freedoms and beliefs by creating the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. “President George Walker Bush Jr., was born in New

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    Presidential Election of 2000

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    against Republican Governor of Texas, George W. Bush. To go along with the normal controversial issues, this election was also controversial because of the way Republican Governor George W. Bush won the presidency. The year was 2000 in the month of November. It would be the first time since 1888 that a president would win the electoral vote without winning the popular vote. Vice President Al Gore led Governor George W. Bush by more than 500,000 popular votes while Bush led Gore by only four votes in

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    So why are President George W. Bush and Senator John Ashcroft trying to make abortion illegal? Don't they know the statistics? Obviously not! President George W. Bush is practically trying to make women's rights illegal. He is taking away our right to choose abortion. President Bush has decided to block United States funds to international family-planning groups that offer abortion and abortion counseling, but supposedly trying to be quiet about it. President George W. Bush never spoke much about

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    Democratic candidate Al Gore and Republican candidate George W. Bush have been in a too-close-to-call race for the presidency since the campaigning began. With the distinct differences of the candidates how could this be? Al Gore's position on the major issues, political experience, knowledge and America's economic growth and prosperous state in the last eight years should have the given Gore the winning votes. However, in Gore's campaign he focused largely on changing the qualities viewed by the

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    media pundits believe that during a recent speech, George W. Bush ripped apart Donald Trump and "Trumpism" without mentioning him by name. In what is being called a "remarkable rebuke" of one American president by another, George W. Bush attacks the divisive state of politics. On Thursday, the 43rd commander-in-chief gave a speech at George W. Bush Institute in New York. There, Bush opined on isolationism, protectionism, and nativism. Bush 43 has largely remained on the sidelines since leaving

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