Mar 21, 2006

Que Pasa? News Summary/Follies...

11 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Bottomline to the Politcal Summary: Bush's personal agenda has gotten United States in financial trouble and subject to bankruptcy. We have borrowed too much money for international countries and not enough to pay back. It will take a long time for this country to regain the respect from the international leaders and heal financially and emotionally from this corrupted Administration.

11:20 AM  
Anonymous Big "Dick" Cheney said...

grrrr

11:29 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And people are not going to be happy to hear about this. Bush held a press conference today. From Thinkprogress. org:

Bush: U.S. Troops Will Remain In Iraq Through The End Of My Presidency
"At this morning’s press conference, President Bush said that U.S. troops would remain in Iraq through the end of his presidency. According to Bush, the question of whether U.S. troops will ever leave Iraq will be one for “future presidents.”

From my previous comments: The longer Bush stays this couple, the more financially bankrupt that this country will be.

11:29 AM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. Fuming. said...

Hmmm, if Michael Douglas happens to read this blog [yes, the one w/Ms Catherine Zeta Jones], the American President film in which he played Commander-In-Chief, he was more presidential than this nincompoop who is number 43.

Why? Hmmm, perhaps he and Libby and Tricky Dick the 2nd, are drinking from the same water that causes dementia. Hadley, Bennett and the rest of the WHIGs are more than likely trying this strategy on for size, real-time.

Seemingly a plague running throughout the Administration...

Do Cheney, Bush EVER review anything they have stated in the past 3 years about why we're in Iraq and the systemic failure?

Caught Russert last nite, and Imus this morning on the vast statements of authority they displayed at the time and the horrific contradiction of 'what is'.

Simply beautiful. 43 -- move aside along with the rest of your putrid posse.

You belong in the gutter of hell.

11:37 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Yesterday on the Lou Dobbs show CNN, they did a report on how American taxpayers are paying for the building of 4 nuclear power plants in China, apparently owned and operated by the British. Why are WE apying for this? Isn't hina somewhat of a threat to us? Ridiculous.

What can we do?

12:10 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

This is a quote from Christine Romans who did the report for Lou Dobbs:

ROMANS: And then there's Westinghouse, a classic case of blurred lines between international commercial interests and national security. U.S. taxpayers are loaning the company $5 billion to build foreign nuclear reactors in China. In China, even though the company is majority owned by a British firm and is about to be sold to a Japanese company -- .

DOBBS: That may be one of the most idiotic examples of a just confounded upside-down U.S. policy in international commerce as -- well, Dubai Ports World comes to mind as well.

12:14 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

The American people have no idea what is going on with international companies and how much the US taxpayer is funding activities in other countries.

Big business only cares about the CEO and executives' bonuses and the bottom line - they certainly don't care about the individual American citizen.

And big business is running this country through the Republicans and their lobbyists.

12:44 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

What's so outrageous is the debt is astronomical and now we are selling federal lands to pay off and pay for Bush's disastrous policies and decisions

1:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

U.S. NATIONAL DEBT CLOCK
The Outstanding Public Debt as of 21 Mar 2006 at 01:51:02 PM MST is:

8,278,917,147,227.80

The estimated population of the United States is 298,834,817
so each citizen's share of this debt is $27,703.99.
The National Debt has continued to increase an average of
$2.01 billion per day since September 30, 2005!

Understand why we are in trouble with the spending by the Bush Administration????

3:54 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I saw the press conference and it was staged. None of the real journalist were invited just his do as I say do journalist. Notice all questions were pre agreed and the dummy looked down on the paper during the conference. But we do know that he can't end the invasion it will have to be another President. So who's running the White House. These guys are in to deep in the stealing of oil and making that Halliburton pipe line. As for the dept it was funny as to why. Now he's giving Iraq 1 trillion dollars as we go broke now who's fault is that oh ya ours.

10:36 PM  
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