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Entries from February 2004

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February 19th, 2004 · No Comments

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Tags: The War President

Half-time for Half-wits

February 19th, 2004 · 7 Comments

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Tags: Social Issues

“I’m not a [fill in the blank]”

February 18th, 2004 · 2 Comments

In an attempt to offset criticism about his “jobless recovery,” the President of the United States had been arguing that “the economy will add 2.6 million new jobs before the end of this year.”

The White House has begun to recognize that this is probably not going to happen.

But just as when he was wrong about weapons of mass destruction and just as he is so often wrong on his proclamations about the impact of oil drilling in Alaska, the President is prepared to wave this mistake off, as well. “I’m not a statistician. I’m not a predictor,” Bush says.

It’s about time Americans started to wake up. Come this November, we need to give him the ability to say — without needing to change his story ever again — “I’m not a President.”

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Tags: Politics-In-General

Gearing Up for the Next World War?

February 17th, 2004 · 1 Comment

Looks like at least one other country is thinking it’s time to re-start the Arms Race…for defensive purposes, only, of course. Like the United States, they have “no imperial ambitions or hegemonist strivings.” And…

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Tags: The War President

That’s Gotta Hurt

February 16th, 2004 · No Comments

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Tags: Miscellany

Some Kinda Federal Program…

February 16th, 2004 · No Comments

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Tags: Uncategorized

All The News I Decide To Print

February 16th, 2004 · No Comments

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Tags: Social Issues

Bush/Cheney 2004: A Taxing Decision

February 15th, 2004 · No Comments

This blog entry is stacked with facts about government spending under both the Republicans and the Democrats. Many of the most important facts are taken directly from the government’s own official United States National Archives & Records Administration. (You can click the links in this blog article to find the news reports from both so-called “liberal” and so-called “conservative” sources, as well.)

The question is, how do we get people to read it?

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Tags: Politics-In-General

Badmouth, Badmouth…whatchagonnadu?

February 14th, 2004 · No Comments

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The Bush Jobs Cheer

February 14th, 2004 · 2 Comments

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Tags: Economy