I don't think Bush is trying to take our democracy away, he's trying the best he can to keep our country safe. HE has been put in a very difficult situation and these aren't just his decisions, they have to be supported by Congress in order to become laws so obviously other people feel the same way he does. Please give Bush some credit he's doing the best he can. And if you don't like the way he's running things why don't you stand up and take action! This is your country to so just don't sit there and complain! DO SOMETHING!!!!! Answer above, says it all.
In 2006 by president Bush
It is about a protest to a president, maybe George W. Bush...
George W. Bush can not be elected vice president because the Constitution allows a maximum of 10 years as president, and the Vice President must be able to replace the President for the remainder of the term if they are unable to serve. If the vice president passed away with less than 2 years remaining in the term, it is plausible that George W. Bush could be nominated as Vice President, but highly unlikely and against unspoken convention.
President George W. Bush had a Scottish terrier names Barney. Barney served as first dog for two terms with his master. He passed away this year after a lengthy illness.
President and Mrs Bush use to have a English Springer Spaniel - however, that dog passed away about 8 years ago. They presently have a Scottish Terrier.
Bush headed his own oil-research company called Arbusto. The company went bust; Bush walked away with a small fortune in "consulting fees".
The rule of the people, so long as it remains a democracy.
no, there are no political parties and no democratic elections. it is run along a fuedal system where the heir of the the ruling family becomes president if and when the old president passes away or steps down
jacksonian democracy moved away from jeffersonian democracy. also Andrew Jackson started jacksonian democracy while thomas Jefferson started jeffersonian democracy. ^^^^^^ bull ***t answer ^^^^^^
There is a certain amount of time after the presidency of any former president that they are still protected, but not forever. Around 5 or so years.
The biggest problem with a direct democracy is that the rights of the minorities may be taken away in the process.
a vice president becomes president when the president passes away Example: Vice President President President passes away Vice President becomes President (and it has been done before)
to move away from democracy
He came mainly to CA for the President several times. He was trying to find out how easy it would be to take CA away from Mexico.
To move away from Democracy
Athens had direct democracy - the citizens in fortnightly assembly made the decisions and the Council implemented them. The US has representative democracy where people are elected by the citizens to Congress, and the congressmen do what they can get away with, not implement the wishes of the citizens.
George H. W. Bush lived in Connecticut from early infancy until age 13 when he went to away to Massachusetts for prep school. He was born in Mass. George w. Bush was born in Connecticut while his father was a student at Yale but the family moved to Texas when his father graduated.
yes, Barack Obama once thought about taking away weekend's. Why couldn't the president take away summer!?
Hitler's government was undemocratic because when the president of Germany Hindenburg offered him the highest and powerful position Chancellorship as the first step he passed a decree known as the 'Fire Decree' he take away the freedom of speech,assembly and press through this act he was trying to threw away democracy from Germany and then he passed another act known as the 'Enabling act'. In this act he ordered his army troop to imprison all the parties except the Nazi party.
None. America is a Constitutional Republic, not a Democracy. A Democracy ruled by the majority can be persuaded to take away freedoms and property. Under a Constitutional Republic, such power does not exist.