But am strongly anti-Republican, circa 2002, around fall of, to be precise.
There is truth to the statements that Clinton was not a saint, was not the creator of the boom & it was a cycle that was due.
Also true is that two parties in the two party system are to blame for the ills of society as it was a lack of compromise on every issue of importance
dealing with social policy that has brought us to where we are.
However, this mushy egalitarianism to say both parties are to blame for a lack of solution is bullshyte. The scapegoat clause of inheriting issues is
time contingent, there's a statue of limitations. If it's a screwed pooch & you do nothing to change it, you’re the owner of the problem. In other
words, the negative vectors of US domestic & foreign policy, as well as economic standing foreign & domestic, that Clinton inherited, were dismal. The
slight recovery starting to eek through was the same as the one we have now - barely ahead of jobs lost so technically it can be called growth.
"Why can't YOU understand the ills of our current society are not the fault of any one party, but of both!
Snapshot present day, they ( the ills )lay solely at the feet of the Republican party. We have faith-based economics at best, unbridled cronyism at
There is an ultimate majority of all three branches that has force fed the minority on every issue possible. We are engaged in warfare globally with
no real pretense of warrant, for anyone with his or her eyes open. Or are we to believe that our troops guarding the Unocal pipeline in Columbia are
Not a single PhD of Economics is on the Bush team, nor has a single one tied his theory of tax cuts to job growth in the near term
. At best,
if all the pieces fall into place and a butterfly flaps it's wings in Honduras, maybe!
There is zero buy in on any of our military adventurism by any senior officer in the last three administrations, that is not on the current payroll.
Remember Stormin' Norman? Or Mr. Middle East Envoy, Gen. Zinni? They spoke their mind, and boom!, " Thanks we don't need you to talk now, buh
Saying today's Republican party is not wholly complicit in today's ills is a buy in to ignorance, not a denial of.