George Soros would trade is $7 billion fortune to defeat Bush in 2004

The Washington Post reports:

Asked whether he would trade his $7 billion fortune to unseat Bush, Soros opened his mouth. Then he closed it. The proposal hung in the air: Would he become poor to beat Bush?

He said, “If someone guaranteed it.”

“America, under Bush, is a danger to the world,” Soros said. Then he smiled: “And I’m willing to put my money where my mouth is.”

Soros believes that a “supremacist ideology” guides this White House. He hears echoes in its rhetoric of his childhood in occupied Hungary. “When I hear Bush say, ‘You’re either with us or against us,’ it reminds me of the Germans.” It conjures up memories, he said, of Nazi slogans on the walls, Der Feind Hort mit (“The enemy is listening”). “My experiences under Nazi and Soviet rule have sensitized me,” he said in a soft Hungarian accent.

Neoconservatives, Soros said, are exploiting the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, to promote a preexisting agenda of preemptive war and world dominion. “Bush feels that on September 11th he was anointed by God,” Soros said. “He’s leading the U.S. and the world toward a vicious circle of escalating violence.”

Soros also plans to publish his thoughts on the subject as a book The Bubble of American Supremacy (read excerpt).

3 comments for “George Soros would trade is $7 billion fortune to defeat Bush in 2004

  1. Am I crazy or is this getting out of hand? Bush has never had the mental accuity much less intellegence to be President. He is being manipulated to a point near comedy and yet no one seems to be talking about the fact that they through the president lied directly to the World public to justify the war. They are trying to dismiss this quaint fact by letting the press (which is more conservative than it has ever been)promote the idea it was "bad intellegence". And at the end of the day the real and apparent reason for the war was always and is still oil. Wake up America, the constitution, under the Bush Administration is more rapidly than ever becoming no more than a charming old document!

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