In January 2004, George Soros proclaimed to the world, "I have made rejection of the Bush doctrine the central project of my life." To which he added, "America, under Bush, is a danger to the world. And I'm willing to put my money where my mouth is." Soros then waged a nearly one-wallet war against Bush, put more than $25 million of his own cash into Kerry's election bid and came out of the whole gambit with a tattered I-Voted-for-the-other-guy t-shirt. In 2006, Soros declared in a depressive-mood pity party at the Council on Foreign Relations: "In the future, I'd very much like to get disengaged from politics. I'm interested in policy and not in politics." If only he had stayed depressed and kept to his better intention. But no such luck would come America's way. American Thinker: What Soros Wanted, Obama Delivers good old george soros, the owner of the democwat party!