Discussion in 'Politics' started by Flying Duck, Nov 3, 2004.
Do you think he'll share it with the Pres?
Do you think he really had one? : LOL!
what about his economic plan?
his health care plan?
his perscription drug plan?
Bush is not interested in any plan that puts the american public's interests in front of those of the big corporations.
Surprised to see you here.
58,860,600 Americans disagree with you.
big corporations are the ones that employee the public and creat jobs..... those of you that sign the back of the check just don't understand this
is completely concluded...you know just like he had "secret" knowledge yesterday about the outcome of the election, but would only divulge this knowledge AFTER the election...... "Pay no attention to that man behind the curtain I am the GREAT AND POWERFUL OZ!!!"
Awesome avatar, Flying Duck!!!
This does not mean that we owe them anything beyond our labor or intellectual efforts. You imply that because someone works in coal mine that they have some obligation to accept the coal industry's pouring mercury into the air. No such obligation exists.
As expected. If you look back, I said Bush would win this election months ago.
Wait 4 years and see what happens. The USA will still be occupying Iraq and fighting the insurgency, unless we are driven out which would be even worse. The debt will have grown another $2-3 trillion, and real unemployment will still be at record highs. At least one part of the ecology will be showing clear signs of outright failure. And the wealthy will accumulate an even bigger share of the nations wealth.
In my opinion, it's a good thing that Bush won this election. Had Kerry won, there would have been little he could have accomplished given the makeup of congress, but he would have been blamed for everything. Now, the Republicans will have no scapegoats for what transpires.
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