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    With his $700 billion demand, is bush's last act in office to take away...

    ...America's future from her children? Rescuing Wall Street's spectacularly failed moneymen will cost even more than bush's ill-fated war in Iraq to date. Bush's war in Iraq has cost approximately $650 billion in borrowed money when bush said that it would cost only $50 billion when he first sold it to America in 2003.

    “I sincerely believe that banking establishments are more dangerous than standing armies, and that the principles of spending money to be paid by posterity, under the name of funding, is but swindling futurity on a large scale”

    -- Thomas Jefferson

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    Bush and McSame say nothing will defeat the America working man.

    So by his logic he will fck you even harder because you have proven YOU CAN TAKE IT, like an American!

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    Bush has little choice.
    However, something that you should know. It will be very difficult for democrats to reform the money and banking industry if they get into office. Most of them are on the lobbyists payroll. For Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae the top 3 politicians who received payouts in the hundreds of thousands of dollars were:
    1. Chris Dodd (D)
    2. Barack Obama (D)
    3. John Kerry (D)
    What did they do for the money? They were bought. It was on most every news station.
    The democrats have likely skimmed more out of your pocket this year than the cost of of the entire Iraq War. How can they reform if they're so easily corrupted.
    Further, Barack Obama - wants the troops home as soon as possible..but asked the Iraqi government to make sure they didn't send troops home before January '09. Why? Our hero wants credit for ending the war. So...peace lovers...how many dead soldiers is worth it for Barack Obama to get the credit?
    Patriotism has hit a new low I think for our government officials.

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    The BushCo Administration is insuring that there will be no money and raging debt for the next president.

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    I think so and you know some stupid guy told me yesterday to blame the DEMOCRATICALLY CONTROLLED CONGRESS when their the ones actually saying hold up lets figure this out and not just thorw out huge random numbers haha

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    I think so and you know some stupid guy told me yesterday to blame the DEMOCRATICALLY CONTROLLED CONGRESS when their the ones actually saying hold up lets figure this out and not just thorw out huge random numbers haha

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    This is the reason we can't allow Bush or any of his cronies near the White House again. No more of the same old same and good old boys outsourcing our jobs.


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