[QUOTE=UTR;2159596]How many domestic terror attacks have we had since 9-11? Give the man some credit for this. Had he not done enough to prevent further attacks then the same people that are crucifying him now for being too much of a hawk would still be doing the same for him not being tough enough. I swear the guy was in a no win situation. As far as I know he didn’t set off any nukes either. In fact he stopped Libya and Syria from going nuclear and very likely slowed Iran’s progress toward it significantly. He also brought to light Pakistan’s exportation of nuclear weapons production equipment and knowledge and kept a fairly good lid on North Korea by confiscating missiles they tried to ship to other trouble making countries. I don’t see the liberal media ever mention many of the good things Bush accomplished in his eight years. But then I think we all know why that is the case. They are in the tank for Obama and liberal Democrats even if it hurts the country. Look for further biased reporting on Obama in the upcoming years. Anyone that wants to know the truth had better learn to dig it out from the Internet themselves because they won’t get it from CNN, NBC, CBS, ABC, MSNBC, NYT, LAT, WP, Time, Newsweek etc.
Let’s wait and see how Obama handles Putin, Iran, Syria, Korea, Chavez and all these rogue terrorist organizations that don’t play by the rules and ignore the conventions of national borders. If he thinks they can be treated as criminals then we are in deep $hit. They need to be treated as the enemy and killed where we find them plotting against us. Not being let go like Clinton allowed or captured and coddled through our court system and being exonerated/validated by liberal attorneys and judges. You are putting a lot of blind faith in a totally unproven person. Whether you love him or hate him, Bush has kept us safe and, IMO, he has done so at great personal and public cost. History will likely look kinder on Bush than is currently done. Especially if Obama lets a domestic terror attack occur on his watch.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=UTR;2160001]For the foreseeable future war will be a necessary evil for the human race. There are a few things that I hope Obama continues from the Bush administration and a big one is keeping us safe and searching out terrorists where they live before they get a chance to practice their trade where I live.[/QUOTE]
[B][Off-topic][/B]How are these posts even somewhat related to the topic at hand? Nothing at all to do with technology, all they are is a bow-down foot worship to the worst president since Nixon. [B][/Off-topic]
[B]Back on topic,[/B] here’s an article on some of the things Obama plans to address regarding technology. http://www.dailytech.com/Obama+Pushes+Ambitious+Tech+Agenda+Tops+on+List+Privacy+Fast+Net/article13374.htm