President Bush's Argument Of Presidential Power

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New Terrors President Bush has called upon the authority vested in his position and used his presidential powers to a higher capacity than any other president in United States history. Manipulating the system can be very difficult and time consuming for the President’s administration, but it is well worth pursuing to pass its own agenda. By securing an unprecedented amount of presidential power, and using meaningless rhetoric, Bush began to use his ultimate weapon. His ultimate power is within his title, and the rhetoric he publishes as this authority. When he makes a statement, the credibility of the American government is attached to the message. His ultimate weapon is the ability to abuse this position for the single minded agenda that his administration has pursued during his two terms in office. This…show more content…
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