Bush ignored by the other world leaders at the G20 meeting

U.S. President Bush is completely ignored by the world's leaders at the G20 meeting.

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+13 1. tomas commented 12 years ago

Cool , what a dickhead! :D
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+14 2. tomas commented 12 years ago

World doesent love him!
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+12 3. Scotsman50 commented 12 years ago

Do you realy blame anyone for not loving him!!! :P
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+12 4. DarkiKun commented 12 years ago

everyone knows that no one likes him, lol
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-2 5. caives commented 12 years ago

Geoge Bush is assho- ääääääyyyyyyy.... :S :S :S :S :S :S :S
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+14 6. most_uniQue commented 12 years ago

He got what he deserved. The world's hate and blame on him.
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+5 7. rufinus commented 12 years ago

mmhh for me it looks like he doesnt want to shake hands, bad manners i would say.

shame on you mr bush, shame on you lame duck.
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+5 8. LegendarySaint commented 12 years ago

I wouldn't shake any of their hands. They are all arrogant scum, too worried about their image and political standing to do the right thing. Name one current president or prime minister who did something without an agenda for benefitting from it. Its ok I'll wait.
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-7 9. Atkinc088 commented 12 years ago

I would be too afraid that one of those nut job leaders would try to pass off some man made super virus :S
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+1 10. SpikedSilver commented 12 years ago

know them or not, it is a matter of respect to shake hands to so called "world leaders" even if you are one yourself.
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+4 11. chance commented 12 years ago

I think this is a little misinterpreted. Based on everyone's reaction, I think Bush knew the world leaders were going to disrespect him. Otherwise they would be looking at him as he passed, or his head would be raised. Most are to blind to see this though and eat whatever the media highlights.
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+9 12. Araniko commented 12 years ago

Bush:-""Politicians and diapers have one thing in common. They should both be changed regularly and for the same reason."

:D :(|) >:)
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0 13. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

Can't say I feel sorry for him. He brought shame to America and its standing in the world and made us all learn to live in fear, regardless of race. The end of him can't come quick enough.
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+3 14. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

Can't say I feel sorry for him. He brought shame to America and its standing in the world and made us all learn to live in fear, regardless of race. The end of him can't come quick enough.
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+5 15. JerryD commented 12 years ago

Hm!? When Bush enters the stage i doesn't bother to try to get eyecontact until he comes to the fifth person. He passes by and only looking ahead, no wonder no one shakes his hand. Don't think its a matter of anyone hating him - its just happens that he passes by more or less unnoticed when everybody is looking here and there ... :)
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-1 16. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

'Passing by more or less unnoticed...?' This isn't a queue to a local burger joint. These are 20 of the top finance ministers and bank governors from around the world controlling 80% of world trade with two-thirds of the world's population. If the guy doesn't see the point of eye contact or indeed even attempt a handshake you gotta wonder what goes on between those ears. The guy's a loser, always was, trouble is he took a lot of us down with him.
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+1 17. t_girl commented 12 years ago

i read in a newspaper here in Arg that once he shaked hands with Obama in the past and right after he asked one of his assistents to give him some antibacterial stuff and later said to Obama that it was the only way to prevent a cold or so.. and offered him some of it.. :S
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0 18. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

It was prior to shaking his hand but still, talk of insensitive!
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-2 19. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

If by 'weak' you mean someone prepared to engage in informed debate, listen to opposing views and rule a country with the consent of all its peoples, of all creeds and background and seek to take forward a view that encompasses the importance of world opinion and the inter-dependant social and economic needs of those nations, I'll go with 'weak' thanks.
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-2 20. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

There's a certain sweet irony in you quoting the television network of the People's Republic of China :)
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+3 21. danielthomps commented 12 years ago

I voted democrat cause I don't want to see any of my family members die in a hospital bed. I want to see them wait in a line for months waiting for socialized medicine and die there in the line. yeehaw.
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-1 22. nooitaf (admin) commented 12 years ago

well, thats how i like to see him :D
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+1 23. Chingis commented 12 years ago


#Oldfart, i think u registered on wrong website. (No offend).
Why don't you check this out? .. :D hehe..

(Btw who gives a rats a**e about who is leading his country!!!) Ooh... Did i say too loud? Ok i'm sorry, i must apologize. :D
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+1 24. Chingis commented 12 years ago

# Oldfart and some people. :D

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0 25. patriotaus commented 12 years ago

he's lucky the cold shoulder is all he got
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0 26. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

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-1 28. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

A work collegue of mine has been waiting 3 months for appointment to deal with damaged tendons in his arm, got the call to look at him yesterday morning, in the afternoon a second call telling him surgery will be on 9th December. Following surgery he will have three months physiotheraphy - Cost? Zilch!

Yes, a wait for initial appointment can be a problem but at that price he isn't complaining. Out of genuine interest, what would this kind of surgery cost in the states, with follow up care?
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0 29. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

The lead for this line of thinking came from CNN. I do however like how the television network of the People's Republic of China, CCTV is used to prove what appears to be a different scenario. So the communists are useful for something then.

No one going to answer my question regard costs for 're-stringing' an arm? Any thoughts on the Global Trends report by the National Intelligence Council?

Btw Oldfart I wasn't being literal when I referred to 'all' the people, obviously that would be a trifle difficult.

These are important issues Chingis and if you haven't noticed the changes in the last eight years because of the president that was elected, I think maybe you should get out more and start taking note of the world you live in. It can only change if you engage with it and I'm afraid that means taking note of who runs your country.
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+1 30. Alessa commented 12 years ago

This video shows how much, journalist and every way of communcation, can create in 1minute, a large disinformation... O:) O:)

Few years ago, people on the internet would not check if this information would be false or wrong... :S
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-1 31. Chingis commented 12 years ago


#Tolstoy... Of course i do care about world leaders, probably more than u do. Who knows!!!!... But My point was i just fed up to hear some ppl's useless arguments (trying to show how clever they r... silly b****y retards) on this website.
that's why i recommended that website. if u really wanna debate and talk about Politics and Leaders, plz check that website.. Your friends and opponents already there.. lol... http://www.createdebate.com/
But don't get me wrong... i'm not telling u what to do. On this website Ppl say whatever they want and so do i? :D http://photos.commongate.com/11/38441_7dtr2scy8f_l.jpg and u made me 1 of them and thnx for that.. :|

Btw Tolstoy was 1 of the greatest russian poet. Am i right? r u russian? govorish po-russki? :D
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0 32. JerryD commented 12 years ago

To Oldfart. "Shame on the idiots who voted for him"... Just wondering: Do you mean that the US is populated with a large number of idiots? I thought that in a democratic society one have respect for fellow citizens no matter how much the political views and opinions differ. No singel human are able to encompass the entire reality, just a tiny (even smaller than that) fraction of it. Thats why we are supposed to join together and with our differing views and experiences trying to cover a more extended and perhaps wider spectrum of our reality. The base of a fundamentalistic or totalitarian system is usually that only one view is correct and all the others have to be opressed, or persecuted to extinction.... because they are idiots!! 8-)
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0 33. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

Is being born in Syria a crime now?
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-1 34. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

'98% of blacks voted for him so I guess racism is alive and well here.'

Oh, so they should have voted white, right?! For a country that crows on about it's freedoms, you get mighty pissed when people make the 'wrong' choices. Thankfully, in my country this is a preference you're allowed to make.

Wake up to the reality of the world around you america, for a long time now it has been turning without you, even your own intelligence agencies acknowledge that.
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-1 35. tolstoy commented 12 years ago

Civil war? You really do feature from a different age don't you. This is the 21st century not the 19th and issues of policy are decided via a democratic process of discussion (often heated to be sure) and choices made at the ballot box; curious how a country that prides itself on freedom of thought and speech feels so insecure about it that its people arm themselves to the teeth in fear of it being removed and speak of civil war (haven't you got it yet? The gun solves nothing).

For too long now the majority of the american people have seen the view of their nation sink in stature throughout the world and rightly have grown angry at it. This was what people voted for in this election - change. As for Obama's alleged wrongdoings I am unable to comment since you don't quote sources and besides, who of us hasn't at a young age courted views outside the norm. This is normal for any young person seeking to define their voice (and let's be clear this WAS at an early age), the sign of an adult is to take those views and consider them for their merits and faults and weigh them accordingly. If Obama was the risk you suggest do you think he'd have risen to the position he is at now? I'd say not. To me this suggests a man not closed to alternative points of view and looks beyond a narrowly defined 'norm' as a catalyst for growth; such a flexible approach is to be applauded and encouraged.

Of course any demoracy has it faults but here in the UK we are happy with the freedoms we enjoy without having to constantly shout about it, we don't feel obliged to fly a flag of the union from any and every piece of furniture (something we would associate with fascism here) and where we also have a strong contempt of authority or brazen behaviour of any kind, any government we elect understands this and accepts it can only govern with our consent. This is a multilateral view of society which we embrace and many across the world see Obama as understanding these values beyond merely what is deemed right for your country alone.

Peace bro, this is my last comment on the matter. Life's too short.
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+1 36. most_uniQue commented 12 years ago

You guys ever sleep? Go bite a pillow.

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