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Help me fight back - Enron and Bush....

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posted on Mar, 28 2006 @ 07:26 AM
A good friend of mine is a supporter of Bush (sadly). He sent me the below email. I am independent, not democrat or republican. We all know that all presidents within the last few decades do things that are illegal and/or immoral, especially Bush.

Can someone come up with arguments against the below? Bush can't be innocent in the Enron garbage.

> Subject: Fw: This is an interesting bit of information
> Our wonderful informative media at work again!!
> This is an interesting bit of information that you don't hear much

> about
> A. Enron's chairman did meet with the
> president and the vice president in the Oval Office.
> B. Enron gave $420,000 to the president's
> party over three years.
> C. It donated $100,000 to the president's
> inauguration festivities.
> D. The Enron chairman stayed at the White
> House 11 times.
> E. The corporation had access to the
> administration at its highest level and even enlisted the Commerce and

> State Departments to grease deals for it.
> F. The taxpayer-supported Export-Import Bank
> subsidized Enron for more than $600 million in just one transaction.
> Scandalous!!
> G. BUT...the president under whom all this
> happened WASN'T George W. Bush.
> SURPRISE ... It was Bill Clinton!
> Please pass this on so the whole Country will know. The Media
> Won't!

posted on Mar, 28 2006 @ 03:18 PM
Have you ever considered the fact you may be wrong?

Enron had a lot of "behind closed doors" deals with the Clinton Administration.

posted on Mar, 28 2006 @ 03:35 PM

what you say is true, both sides are corrupted. the only difference being that each side has its own core of supporters that is the only difference. But I suggest that people focus on pulling the curtain down that covers the people at the very top as just exposing the pols will only lead to their replacement with more robots.

posted on Mar, 28 2006 @ 05:41 PM
Very simply, money follows power and power follows money. So long as business requires government's sanction to operate, business will seek to influence government. If you want to reduce the influence of money in government, reduce government's power.

posted on Mar, 28 2006 @ 09:24 PM
Thank you for the input. I was unable to find any connections between bush and Enron as well. I was wrong - I will let him have this one.

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