1. American president from, currently, 2000-2004. Registered as a Republican, he takes the term and twists it until it is barley recognizable. He supports large government, higher taxes, high spending, etc. This is not conservative behavior, but rather that of a liberal. Often blamed by the media, Democrats, and various others as a "neo-Nazi," "village idiot," or "Texas warmonger," he is not that bad of a president. His term has been, obviously, a difficult one, with the 9/11 attacks and the outcome of those attacks. Many Democrats believe that Bush is solely responsible for the 9/11 faulty intelligence, but that is hogwash. The CIA, FBI, and multiple nations, including France, Spain, and Britain, agreed with this intelligence. Also, presidential candidate John Kerry voted for the same intelligence for reasoning for going into war. Likewise, it is not just Bush's fault. The economy is also not Bush's full fault. Current events in the United States, as well as the war in Iraq and Afghanistan, have impacted the economy. Of course, these events were not all caused by President Bush himself, but rather by various others within the system.
2. A political punching bag used by Democrats to make them look better by comparison.
3. Michael Moore's way to make a trillion dollars by doing what has been done so many times before for the last four years.
4. A fake Republican president that is a disgrace to conservatives everywhere.
"George W. Bush is not a Republican, yet he is not a facist like the Democrats have you believe."