George W. Bush

Reader Input: Pay or don’t wage war

The chicken hawks beating the war drums need to tell us where the funding will come from. Congress should pass a war tax (Vietnam had a war surcharge) so all Americans pay or don&r ...

Reader Input: The perseverance of American workers

Jim Beall, Sr.’s repugnant, smug letter about America’s work force is off the edge of reality (“Shame the lazy; praise the CEOs,” Reader Input, Aug. 13). ...

Reader input: Prosecute illegal gov’t actions

The U.S. again contemplates its involvement in Iraqi sectarian issues; it is in my opinion an appropriate time to re-visit the prospect of charging members of the (W) Bush administ ...

Reader Input: Let politicians compete for US

I have an idea for all of our politicians to gain favor with “the American people.” One of the objections I hear from either side goes something like this: “The ...

Another View: Making a list, taking pot shots where needed

A significant incident of collateral damage from the war on Iraq was the ruination of the reputation of the man that I always hoped would be our first African-American president, C ...

Reader Input: Consider right and wrong

I must first advise Elly Derr that I was raised Quaker, consider myself a Christian (in that Christianity is a way of life and not a religion), and am not ignorant of the Bible, wh ...

Reader Input: Please negate the Patriot Act

Congressman Tom McClintock’s article, “Our nation’s wake-up call” (Another View, June 21), beautifully described how our Founders provided for our protec ...

Reader Input: Fine Fox News mouthpiece

Kristine Bethga, in the Dec. 13, Reader Input section of the Auburn Journal, finds it “offensive” that the president is scheduling a vacation while Americans are still ...

Why didn’t ‘W’ show up?

Watching both of the political parties’ conventions I saw President Clinton on the second round and couldn’t keep from wondering why George “W” (Bush) was not at the GOP c ...

Romney panders to the fringes

Mitt Romney is trying to win over female voters. Watch out women! Romney is no different than George W. Bush who had a campaign to attract women voters: “Women for W,” that tu ...