posted on Aug, 29 2004 @ 07:22 AM
Unbelievable. While I really do not like Bush and dislike him more every time I have to defend the idiot, allow me to point out a couple of
Clinton did not lower the deficit, that was a fiscal slight of hand. Pay attention, huh.
More people are below the poverty level? Interesting, as there are no other indicators that would point to that. Could it be maybe a tinkering with
what one calls "poverty" (they love to play with that, depending on who is in office), what groups are being looked at as compared to earlier
numbers, a higher number of illegal immigrants (My area is being overrun by illegals), and the mere fact that figures don't lie but liars figure?
Everywhere I see, jobs are on the upswing. Unemployment is good, even the illegals are doing well enough to send most of their earnings out of
country while spending a good chunk in the local Wal-Marts.
If one will try and recall, the nation was already going into a recession when Bush took office, and the economy was further crippled by something
some of you seem to have forgotten. It occurred on 11 Sept., 2001; jog any memories? While nobody can deny that the president and this congress have
spent more than their share of our money in the last four years, the spending would not have been as high were it not for the little thing called a
war! That is one of the few things those Washington Bozos are actually supposed to do with our tax money - defend the nation.
Yo, Phyto, stop being part of an ethnic "community" and be a regular citizen. ASk not what your country can give to you, but what you can do
for yourself, therby helping your country.
cstyle226, let me assure you, while Kerry's voting record does indicate that he is the most liberal politician in Congress, Bush is no conservative.
Bush is a politician only wanting to have a second term in the oval office. He and Clinton have more in common than either party would like to
As far as what would be the matter with Kerry waffling, switching opinions with the wind, and being a poll-watcher, that is not what a "leader"
does. We do not need a mob-rule follower, I'm sure that makes sense to you, right? Problem is, neither are very good choices, huh? Ever thought
that this situation might have been orchestrated by a power that controls the Washington power from behind, partial from across the ocean?