What is a reasonable size of the GDP growth? 10 percent like in China? 4 percent like in the U.S.? Around 1 percent like in many European countries?
What if I tell you that a particular country had the GDP growth of 52.3 percent in 2004? Moreover, it is a country that is usually described as such a failure that the president of another country who more or less caused all these developments, including the number 52.3, should be hated or maybe even impeached according to hundreds of thousands of activists?
Don't you think that something is crazy about this whole situation? The country has not only a terrific growth potential but also a big potential to become an extremely civilized territory, just like it was thousands of years ago when Europe was their barbarian borderland.
Whether or not these things will happen depends on the acts of many people. Especially the people in that country itself. And also the people from other places in the world, especially America. Who do you think is a better human? Someone who tries to support positive developments in the world, including the country above, or someone who dreams about a failure in that country that would confirm his or her misconceptions that the president is a bad president?
I, for one, think that the members of the second group are immoral bastards. Moreover, it is pretty clear that most of them will spend the eternity at the dumping ground of history, unlike the president who will be written down as an important U.S. president in the future history textbooks.
All those critics who still retain at least a flavor of some moral values: please stop your sabotage as soon as possible. Even if you achieve what you want - a failure - it will be clear to everyone that the failure is not Bush's fault but your fault.