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I can see why bush was a c+ student he must of failed econ101

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posted on Oct, 29 2004 @ 04:49 PM
Just some facts people might want to remember when they go to the polls
on nov 2 to vote for bush:

People living in extreme poverty (50% below the poverty line) increased to 15.3
million in 2004.

Oh but wait He "created 1 million new jobs" this year... So do you care about the other 14.3 million people??

I just got acall from the uaw here in mi, 250 000 people lost their jobs to outsourcing, and bush is providing tax cuts to those corporation who do that.


U.S federal spending has INCREASED by a massive 28.8% with non-defense
discretionary growth of 35.7%

A record budge surplus of $236 billion in 00 and a projected surplus of 5.6 trillion over the next ten years.

First president to end his term with net a job loss since the great depression, including the loss of 2.7 million manufacturing jobs and 400,000 IT jobs.

Annual out of pocket healthcare expenses for workers are up $174 (52%) for individuals and $793 (49%) for families. Job based health insurance costs are rising at the highest rate in 13 years.

The median household income fell by $1,500 in 3 years.

New jobs created will pay, on average, $8,000 less than old jobs and require less education.


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