We have to consider this question in response to this article about how George Soros owned Harken Energy when GWB joined into it. The article spins this creepy connection between Bush and the Anybody-But-Bush soft-money master George Soros to try to convince us that Soros, since he played a part in creating the political viability of GWB back in the eighties, is the right man to take him down now. Well, that sounds a lot like the justification that the Bush family and their buddies like Rumsfeld were the right people to take down Saddam Hussein because they created his WMD-stocked political power back in the eighties.
The fact is, George Soros was in the Carlyle Group with Daddy Bush and the Bin Ladens, and they've now all resigned. Michael Moore doesn't mention Soros' involvement in Carlyle in Fahrenheit 911, but he's happy to have the Soros-funded MoveOn.org's help in promoting the film.
So the answer is no, Soros is a lot more aligned with the Bush family politically and financially (which to them is the same thing) than the Bushes ever were to Saddam Hussein.
Soros is not trying to stop Bush from trashing our rights. He's just trying to polarize this campaign to stop the majority of voters from realizing that corporate kingmakers like himself control both the Democratic and Republican parties, that they only keep control because of voter ignorance and fear, and that their one common enemy in this campaign is Ralph Nader.
A vote for Nader is a vote for America. A vote for Bush or Kerry is a vote for Big Brother.