bush's new term agenda????

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    hey folks, as left leaning chad, sorry chap, i wish to offer my congratulations on the win. Bush's campaign was simply better run,more passionate and kerry was unable to connect with voters. The republican wins in both houses and the presdency really mean conservatives have won a clear mandate to rule.
    what i'm wondering is what you think will be the big changes, both in America and globally that this administration will instigate?
    and are there any issues that you don't think will be on the agenda, but that you would like to see happen?
    cheers for your time
    Redz :bye1:
     
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    I think GWB will make it so he can 'ban' people, just like in forums.

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    Hey redz,

    More toughness on the world jihadi threat.
    More tax cuts, or at least keeping the ones we got a couple years ago.
    Maybe a ban on partial birth abortions.
     
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    Well I can only speak personally here, but I would love to see the tax cuts made permanent, Social Security made somewhat more privatized leading to completely privatized at some point, a cut in Government waste spending, conservative minded supreme court justices and other smaller circuit court apointees, tort reform against frivilous lawsuits that are clogging up our courts, complete turnover to Iraqi government it's country after stabilization. An end to partial birth abortions. And regarding the world community, I would love to see Europe extend it's hand to us in a sincere and meaningful way to deal with Iran, and North Korea so that war may be avoided this time.

    That's my short list.............LOL
     
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    Draft of all persons between 18 & 30. Since Bush is an imperialist trying to take over the world (ask most Democrats), he'll need to start taking over coutnries at the rate of one every month in order to rule the planet before his second term expires.

    Like Hitler and the Recihstadt(sp?), he will burn down the Capitol Building and blame it on France to start the European branch of the global invasion.
     
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    partial birth abortion ban is very clever, its reasonable enough for liberals and it will please the christians, who will need something for their support.

    i watched that programme about the neo cons tonight, guess what it said the administrations straussian myth is???
    al-queada!
    too controversial for today but one for another day i think but very interesting. prog also said blair using same straussian concepts

    anyways congrats on your win
     
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    Well of course :teeth:
     
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    Yes. Tort reform. I forgot tort reform. Damn lawyers.
     
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    lol :rotflmao:
     
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    Looks like Edwards will be heading back to court ;)
     

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