"Bush's Fifth Year - Governance and Morass in Iraq" describes Bush's failed attempts to "justify his costly pre-emptive war in Iraq," wasteful spending, federal deficits and national debt, teaching a globalist not nationalist curriculum in public education and weak post war governance in Iraq on the verge of civil war. His policy on immigration amounts to "Mexico First," on trade - "sell out" to international corporations along with lax issuance of H1 - B and L - l visas to favored big business, on foreign policy -- devoid of any major achieve- ments, on energy policy - essentially nil progress, on Social Security--effectively stymied, on Medicare Senior Drug Program - costly and chaotic, on Katrina - ineptitude and delayed responses from Homeland Security and FEMA, and rising public clamor anent incompetence and calls for impeachment.
Number Of Pages: 312
Published: 1st August 2006
Dimensions (cm): 20.32 x 12.7 x 1.78
Weight (kg): 0.34