Drip, drip, drip... As if we needed another import! :)
[url=http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,116464,00.html]http://www.foxnews.co...Of course it takes five paragraphs of Bush bashing until he gets around to disclosing anything about his actual plan...But he does say that he'll put a cap on spending and make "real choices."Also, if you're planning on making over $200K, start looking for more ways to defer and hide any "income" you were thinking of receiving.
What a plan, what plan! Of course, one must realize that Kerry's "cap on spending" is the same in his mind as a "cap on a bottle of catsup."
Open the cap and let 'er pour! And sometimes caps get lost in the hustle and bustle of feeding from the trough of public taxation.I encourage Kerry supporters to give Ralph Nader a good look. He believes what he says, and will most lkely vote according to the wishes of his electorate.
Nader Fails to Qualify for Oregon Ballot Tuesday April 6, 2004 5:16 AM
By BRAD CAIN Associated Press Writer PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) - Ralph Nader failed to qualify for Oregon's presidential ballot on Monday when fewer than 1,000 people showed up at a Portland gathering to sign their names to petitions. But aides to the independent presidential candidate said he would try again. A total of 741 people came to a Portland theater to sign the petitions - 259 fewer than those the veteran consumer advocate needed to qualify for the Oregon ballot, said state elections director John Lindback. ``Even the best basketball player doesn't get a slam-dunk every time,'' Nader told the crowd, acknowledging the numbers fell short.
quote:What a plan, what plan! Of course, one must realize that Kerry's "cap on spending" is the same in his mind as a "cap on a bottle of catsup."
What exactly is GW "The Deficit Champ" Bush's plan to cap spending? Just leave half of it out of the budget and then send up supplementals? The Chinese water torture school of fiscal responsibility. :D