Let's see: Fascism -- Noun 1. (Sometimes initial capital letter) a governmental system led by a dictator having complete power, forcibly suppressing opposition and criticism, regimenting all industry, commerce, etc., and emphasizing an aggressive nationalism and often racism.
George Walker Bush has had no real power (Democrats controlled both houses of Congress), there was plenty of opposition, the mainstream media was full of criticism for him (although they are fawning over the Obamessiah), industry and commerce had some regimentation but also many more freedoms (with promised regimentation by the new regime), Bush is a patriot and Obama is ashamed of the USA (so Bush gets one point of a fascist), and racism was used in one campaign but not the other.
But, you can call both sides socialist, although Obama nails all 10 planks of the Communist Manifesto, so he's more accurately a Marxist (supported by many terrorist organizations, including Hamas and FARC). Bush doesn't come close to meeting the criteria for being a fascist, so you could not accurately call him such.
However, except for the fact that fascism opposes liberalism (it also tends to oppose conservatism), other aspects of fascism include collectivism, populism, class collaboration, economic planning, statism, social intervention, national socialism, protectionism and indoctrination.
Seems that B. Hussein Obama pretty much promises fascism.
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