Well, here we are. Bush is still President, and what of the predictions of doom from the Dems?<br><br>30,037 new jobs reported for Oct.<br>Gas prices have dropped to an average of below 2.00. <br>Hmmmm, could it be the Dems were wrong? <br>Is water wet?<br><br>
Yep, gotta love Bush! cause if you don't, he might come and get you! <br><br>_________________________________________<br>Just a different kinda geek...
_________________________________________ "The United States is by far the largest exporter of weapons in the world, selling more weapons than the next 14 countries combined."
Ah, the time-tested rhetorical strategy of patronage. Here's the trick, pull some hyperbole (real or imagined) out of the extremity of the opposing argument and respond only to that, even though no one in your presence has actually made the argument you are responding to. Cool trick.<br><br>That said... where's the Boom? Bush supporters promised that with Bush re-election we would create millions of new jobs, pay no taxes at all, and get free social security without increasing the deficit. Get it?<br><br>Anyways, what is going on right now is exactly what the loyal opposition was worried about. The Bush Cabinet is becoming more and more focused on oil interests and loosing what few moderate and cautious voices they had before. Meanwhile, CIA reform is in danger with the new politicization.<br><br>New jobs? In November? No way!!! This happens every year. The job market picks up in the early winter for the Christmas rush and dies down again in January. If you haven't noticed, most economists and Wall Street aren't seeing any broad improvements in the job market for a long time under Bush's policy.<br><br>The only kabooms are in Iraq.<br><br>-- Charlie Alpha Roger Yankee Whiskey
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