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Published:January 12th, 2009 13:02 EST

Thinking Dubya: Are You Better Off Now That You Were Eight Years Ago?

By John Lillpop

President George W. Bush, commonly known as Dubya to those who really know him, said his final good byes in a live press conference in Washington, D.C. this morning.

DubyaWith America damn near in ruins as a result of his tenure in office, W. nonetheless defended his presidency as being a "good, strong record."

He does have a point, you know.

Provided that one is prepared to overlook the fact that America is ensnared in two foreign wars, each far longer than World War 11; the economy is in the worst crisis since the great depression, 80 years ago; our borders are virtually unsecured at time of war, and on and on and on.

Our dysfunctional, dyslexic, and alcoholic president stated that one of his greatest regrets is that "comprehensive" immigration reform--AKA, amnesty to those who claim English as their first language--did not pass.

Unfortunately, Dubya did not express any regret over the fact that his refusal to enforce the rule of law allowed millions of illegal alien peasants from the third-world to invade our great nation.

In that regard, "comprehensive" enforcement of existing laws would have solved the immigration mess without destroying America in the process.

However, the greatest tragedy of the Dubya presidency is that it lead directly to the election of a Marxist non-citizen in the personage of Barack Obama!

Repeat: America is now governed by a Marxist in the White House and Marxists leading both chambers of Congress directly because of George W. Bush!

In assessing the Bush presidency, one should attempt to be objective. Therefore, ask yourself, Are you better off now than you were eight years ago?

And, Can America Survive Seven more Days of Dubya?