Bush's militarism has forced Putin to confront him over his missile shield and it has brought Russia together with Caspian Nations to ally against Bush. Many of the thoughts on Bush and his militarism ruining what might be right for the entire world if that was the concern instead of Bush following what is right for him were very interesting but I want to focus on something else so if you are interested please look at The Link
I have always respected the Dalai Lama and could never fathom China being so against him and little Tibet. I have the same curiosity towards Myanmar but I really have to wonder about the timing in angering China in such an in your face manner and Bush the arrogant idiot is peeved at the Democrats and their holding Turkey accountable for genocide because it might interfere with his warmongering making it more difficult but it till not stop him.
Anyway, The US president, George Bush, today denied that he had risked damaging American relations with China by attending an award ceremony for the Dalai Lama, and urged Beijing to permit religious freedom. he is but he doesn't care! China has vehemently protested over the public ceremony at which the exiled spiritual leader and 1989 Nobel peace prize laureate was awarded America's highest civilian honor, the Congressional gold medal. Read the whole story
That is still not my prime concern and question today. We are about to enter unchartered waters as the world unites against Bush and his new world order Forever Wars. This is not just a hope to me. I believe people are waking up and it is going to happen but It started out as such a faint hope for New York Senator Charles Schumer that he hardly dared voice it. But as more and more Republicans retire or become engulfed by scandal, it has become irresistibly imaginable: the idea that Democrats might gain a filibuster-proof majority in the Senate after the 2008 elections. "It's a very remote chance and every star would have to align correctly," Schumer, who heads the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, told TIME. "But it's way too early to make predictions."
It may not be too early, however, for Republicans to be fearing the worst. As early as July Senator Minority Leader Mitch McConnell grimly acknowledged: "When you look at our numbers, holding our own is the best we can hope for." And that was before five long-serving Senators recently announced their retirements, many of them in purple states such as Virginia and Colorado that may be difficult for the G.O.P. to defend. In a more conventional election year, the G.O.P. might actually be making a push to regain a slim majority. The Senate is currently split 49-49 with two Independents — Joe Lieberman of Connecticut and Vermont's Bernie Sanders — who caucus with the Democrats. But this cycle there are a range of factors working against them. The disappointing GOP
* The GOP's biggest problems are their corruption but Mainly Bush,his abusive powers, and his Forever Wars. Now my concern! As the world is lining up to ally against Bush, his upcoming attack on Iran, and his militaristic warmongering, many of us fully expect the idiot to cancel elections and declare Martial Law. You can help me with this but would not that make Filibuster and Congress worthless and powerless as you and I? We are in so much trouble, our future!