Did you know that Rush is the only talk-radio host broadcasted to our military abroad? This is a man who thought the recent abuse was good and just soldiers "blowing off some steam." This is a dangerous show to be broadcasting in some areas that our military occupies since in theory if our soldiers can hear it then so can inhabitants near our bases abroad. If you think this is a problem, request action here
In Osama in custody?
If so I guarantee it will be announced in July.
of course this would not change my opinion of G W Bush.
Also the Bush twins will be in the June or July issue of Vogue Magazine in a photo spread.
Well not as bad as I thought but still a lot of generalizations. I had the pleasure of listening to the speech on my local right-wing radio station with host f'n Mike (Weiner) Savage. I can't find a script of the speech so check back L8r.
I think we'll learn a lot about what to expect in Iraq Monday night from the President's press conference. hopefully, he'll offer some insight into what will take place from now through July 1st and to elections in 2005. If he gives more generalizations then things will likely get ugly. I hope he has a plan, but I'm expecting broad generalizations.
In Early 2004 the president's chief economic adviser, Greg Mankiw wrote that outsourcing was a plus for the economy in the long run," and "a new way of doing international trade."
The president promptly went into damage control mode and made this statement in Pennsylvania, "The numbers are good, but I don't worry about numbers. I worry about people. There are still some people looking for work because of the recession. There are people looking for work because jobs have gone overseas. And we need to act in this country. We need to act to make sure there are more jobs at home and people are more likely to retain a job."
This being said, the Bush/Cheney (Cheney/Bush) reelection campaign was the topic in a recent article in the Hindustan Times coming out of India. This article claims that for over a year from May 2002 to July 2003 there were "some 125 agents working in seven teams soliciting financial contributions for the Republican Party."
The goal of these agents was to mobilize "support for President George W. Bush and solicit political contributions ranging between $5 and $3,000 from lists of registered Republican voters. The voters database was provided by the Republican National Committee (RNC), the party's premier political organization."
The original contract was meant for the Washington based Capital Communications Group.
Does the president support outsourcing?