TWAL1011, when Clinton talked of attacking Iraq, he did not push an agenda based on a lack of facts.
This administration is not hated just by American liberals, but by citizens of EVERY OTHER COUNTRY in the world. Find us one opinion poll where the public of ANY country has expressed any type of solidarity with the Bush administration. Even our strongest ally, the British, has given him a 2.9 out of 10 in a public confidence poll. Don't you see? This administration has managed to unite all our enemies and allies, all the first and third world countries and everyone in between in one voice of chorus AGAINST him and his agendas. Why American conservatives can't recognize this and why they think he's being unfairly targetted is beyond me.
Today there were protest marches all over Europe, the biggest one in London to date, one in Japan, Australia, the Phillipines, in Egypt, it just never seems to end. All this week the peoples of various countries have been coming out in unprecedented numbers to march against the Bush administration. On CNN right now pensioners in London are planning their own march. These people can hardly stand straight yet they feel so strongly about this topic that they're willing to march in protest.
If this were a selective dislike, then I could understand your point, but resistance against this administration and its policies is a point on which everyone UNIVERSALLY agrees. Obviously, the entire world MUST be seeing something that conservative Americans refuse to see. Which explanation seems more likely, that the entire world subscribes to a liberal agenda and is therefore against Bush because of his conservative, religious background, or that everyone's against him because he's dragging the U.S. in the wrong direction?