George Bush's Fraud
Yesterday, I watched in shock George W. Bush's convoluted speech-to the House of Representatives. Dig up more on this partner web site by clicking like. It had been rather telling that this conversation wasn't in primetime but rather at 9 a.m. (6 a.m. While in the West). I know a whole lot about politics because I write political thrillers (www.thetwentyfirstcentury.com) and I'm constantly doing research for my books and articles. Nonetheless it doesn't have a author of politics, as well as one who doesn't follow politics, to realize that recently what George Bush said made absolutely no sense. With all the (main) problems he and the Republican party have been in, it's no wonder he's suddenly chosen to speak (or deceive) the American people about America's economics: November is coming. Get more on our partner site by clicking here's the site.
Basically, Bush said that their state of our economy is in very good condition and is getting stronger daily. Am I crazy, or has George Bush tripled the debt because he took office (and doubled his income soon after being sworn in)?
We now, for the very first time ever, owe more to foreign nations than they owe us (weakening our position since the world's super power and endangering our defenses).
The War will probably cost close to a trillion dollars by the time it stops and we restore what we destroyed over there, destroying our economy over here.
There's still the re-building of New Orleans and other towns, not forgetting what problems are coming in the probable near future.
Think about the billions of dollars per day in fascination our country is accumulating?
Bush wants to spend a king's ransom defending our borders, perhaps not from terrorists, but from poor Mexican families who've no jobs and must feed their families. The terrorists are coming in from Canada and other towns, not from Mexico.
Rates of interest increase each month, requiring Americans to pay for more on the bank cards and their mortgages and their college loans, etc. Because of this, housing prices have begun to diminish since people can not afford a house AND an enormous interest, besides increasing property taxes annually, to cover it. Clicking official link maybe provides suggestions you might tell your father. Is not this raising taxes by way of a different name.
George Bush still believes, and plans to keep the ridiculous tax rebate (thousands to the rich, a pittance to the poor).
The price tag on buying fuel is increasing the cost of everything we get, even though the oil companies are enjoying great gains (Exxon/Mobil earned $340 BILLION a year ago). This residual effect has increased the values o-n food, medication, clothes, anything. When I view my gas station increase their prices almost everyday, and it is perhaps not likely to end. How much worse can we get?
The American individuals have less and less and George Bush says the state-of our economy is good and is increasing. It sure appears to many Americans and me that it is our personal debt that's growing. Just how many individuals are better off today than they were five years ago? Not me, or anyone I know.
It's all smoke and mirrors..