This Is An Exposition Essay Using A Lot Of Examples To Talk About The Crappy Things President George W Bush Has Done.

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George W. Bush has been the most destructive politician / president in the history of the UnitedStates. Since Bush has taken political office, whether it has been governor, president, or anythingelse, he has done a huge amount of damage. Under his leadership our economy is in a state ofconfusion, our integrity has dropped tremendously, and our environmental laws are slowing beinglost. Not to mention that many people see our leader as a man on a power trip doing what willhelp him and not what will help this country. By selecting Bush as our leader not only are wesuffering the consequences, but so are people in other countries.Before Bush was put into office he did plenty of things that should have made peoplerealize that he would not be the ideal man to run our country. He produced a gory Hollywoodslasher B movie. Then he went on to run for congress, with practically no political experience ofhis own and of course lost. Next, he bought an oil company, but couldn't find any oil in Texas; hesold all his stock and then the company went bankrupt. Baseball is what really made Bush rich. Hedecided to buy the Texas Rangers baseball team, using taxpayer money and land. He had astadium built and convinced the city to pay for everything. When someone else came alongwanting to buy the team he simply cashed out, and walked away rich. Finally, with the help of hisfather's name, he was elected governor of Texas.As governor of Texas, Bush made a lot of changes for the worse. To start off he changedthe policy to let convicted criminals have government jobs. Bush definitely set the record for themost executions ever while he was governor, a whopping 152. He even had enough nerve tomock a woman he put to death (Madsen). He cut taxes and basically bankrupted Texas by billionsof borrowed dollars. George W. Bush also changed the pollution laws in favor of the oilcompanies. By doing so he swapped Los Angeles for Houston as the most smog-ridden city in theUS. Bush then became president, not by popular vote, but only by electoral votes.Currently, as president, Bush has made a lot of...

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