A blog for those politicos looking for a place to vent!
interesting charts...wonder if they include the tril and a half that went to the rich and the pharm program shortly after he first stole office...the illegal, meaningless and lost wars in iraq and afghanistan, i think, were started by monkey boy and hit close to a tril before we were able to get rid of him...(superman: don't think the pallets of billions in 100s show up on the charts)the market crashed shortly after he hit office and many seniors lost their retirements, maybe it was from "the haves and the have mores" appearance he made at enron (remember those guys?)...did it include the $18 bil per year oil lease payments he "forgave"...oh, and let us not forget...the market was crashed again just before he left...even hoover couldn't swing that...fux news always left that stuff out of their sheet music...and, by the way, i'm no themo-crap...or republi-con.
Your damn right johnson. People of havre, I seriously beg you to give up your long rooted party ties that you hold on to so dearly. Look at the bigger picture and quit blaming the puppets. No crazy conspiracy theories here, just obvious observations. An proven trait in human nature and the decision making process, is the tendency rely on those around us to help influence our decisions. It is because of this, that a president has a cabinet. With respect to the variables that also affect human decision making, we can then begin to see the patterns and trends that play out from generation to generation. Everyone seems to forget that this is the reason we form groups to make decisions, and choose people who agree with us to be included in those groups, it makes achieving your goals much easier. All the stuff that makes the news, should be clues to you that something isn't right with the world. The government is in place to dictate to us how we act, democracy or not, capitalism has become far more important than civil service. WikiLeaks, and the dozens of other similar events should make it even more obvious to you that americas heart is in the wrong place. America, realize our connection to each other. We cant afford to continue our current thought process on this matter. Drastic change needs to be made, or long term change will not happen for us.When did this process start? We know that capitalism did work out great for us in the past, but did it just seem that way? A fire in the fireplace heats the house, a fire on the floor burns it down.
If I understand the political process correctly. My elected official never makes a mistake, it is always the guy from the other party. Using that concept. Government should be right half the time.
anybody in the con-servative society notice that your poster boy tommy "the con-ster" de lay is going where most of con-gress and all of corpse-rat boards should go...hope he has fun in the showers.