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administration wanted to cut the Head Start Program,
which has serviced over 2-million children since its
pilot over 35 years ago. Since taking office, I've
spent almost $200 billion on the War in Iraq, not
counting interest, when only 1-month of that money
would fully fund the Head Start Program for 5 years!
--from Andrea, Detroit, MI
my administration Japan and China now own 1/2 of the
U.S. National debt. This debt translates into $25,000
most Americans were focused on the 2004 election,
my administration was working hard to quash an international
report on global warming reported to contain data
claiming that global warming is accelerating twice
as fast as we thought it was.
my administration the government is going into debt
at the rate of $600 bn. per year including the borrowing
from social security, which is not included when telling
voters what our debt has become under my administration.
This borrowing helped pay for my tax cuts.
the Supreme Court to block the nation's only law allowing
doctors to help terminally ill patients die more quickly.
my administration won't buy cheaper versions of AIDS
drugs made in India, the U.S. government is paying
twice as much for many of the drugs in its global
AIDS program as other international aid organizations.
responsible for the largest protest march since Chile's
military dictatorship ended 14 years ago when at least
25,000 demonstrators and as many as 70,000 battled
with police because of my arrival for a summit of
activists in Chile also filed suit in criminal court,
charging me with violations of the Geneva Convention
and other International Laws. I was forced to ask
the President of Chile for diplomatic immunity during
my 416 campaign "Rangers" and "Pioneers"
- donors who had raised $200,00 and $100,000 respectively
for my 2004 campaign - 90% represented the special
interests of America's most powerful corporations.
The top six got an average bonus of $270,00 each last
year, on their personal tax reductions.
federal grand jury on 12/1/04 indicted James Tobin,
my former New England campaign chairman, on four counts
related to the Republican jamming of get-out-the-vote
phone lines on Election Day 2002.
administration was criticized in a confidential report
by the International Commitee of the Red Cross for
the treatment of terror suspects detained at the U.S.
mlitary prison in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The report
described the psychological and physical coercion
used as "tantamount to torture."
the third time in three years while I have been President,
Congress will have to raise the federal debt ceiling,
thus increasing the government's borrowing authority
by as much as $800 billion. This latest hike in the
debt limit will amount to a grand total of more than
$2 trillion during Bush's first term.
plans are to push major amendments that would shield
interest, dividends and capitals gains from taxation,
expand tax breaks for business investment and take
other steps to "encourage economic growth." To pay
for these changes, my administration is considering
eliminating the deduction of state and local taxes
on federal income tax returns and doing away with
tax deductions for employers who provide their workers
with health insurance.
taking office, the FDA or Department of Justice has
repeatedly intervened in cases on behalf of pharmaceutical
company defendants, each time claiming that the FDA's
own judgment to approve drugs means that drug companies
cannot be held responsible.
all of my photo ops appearing like I support the troops
in Iraq and despite my Secretary of Defense Donald
H. Rumsfeld's assertion that the military is outfitting
Humvees with armor as quickly as possible, the company,
Armor Holdings in Jacksonville, Fla., providing the
vehicles said it has been waiting since September
for approval from the Pentagon to increase monthly
production by as many as 100 of the all-terrain vehicles,
intended to protect against roadside bombs in Iraq.
incumbent president to have an approval rating below
50 percent one month after winning re-election.
administration has sunk more than $15 billion into
a missile defense system that's technologically unfeasible
and doesn't work.
new initiative will allow managers of 155 U.S. national
forests to approve more logging and other commercial
projects without environmental reviews.
administration was responsible in giving "faith-based
organizations" more than $1 billion in federal
grants in 2003.
U.S. troops to war in Iraq without the proper equipment.
--from a viewer
administration paid black radio pundit, Armstrong
Williams, $240,000 to pitch "No Child Left Behind"
to blacks, likely violating laws against using taxpayer
monies for propaganda to promote a political agenda.
working on destroying social security so that it only
benifits the rich. --from a viewer
torture and degrading treatment of prisoners in Iraq,
Afghanistan, and Guantanamo Bay by my administration
have undermined the credibility of the US as a defender
of human rights and opponent of terrorism.
in uniting the world....against me and anyone supporting
me. --from a viewer
president anyone can recall who cut taxes in a time
Pentagon's own Defense Science Board came to the conclusion
that my invasion of Iraq played right into bin Laden's
hands uniting the Middle East against the U.S. and
increasing the number of insurgents in Iraq fighting
us to as many as 200,000 according to a CIA estimate.
lying President in history. Within 12 minutes of my
second inauguration, during my acceptance speech,
I lied twice to the world. First, I said "America
will not impose our form of government on the unwilling"
while I had already set up a puppet government in
Afghanistan and am preparing to place another one
in Iraq. Secondly, I said to foreign nations "We will
not ignore your oppression" while totally ignoring
the genocide in Darfur because that region has no
natural resources we can use or any strategic location
that could make me and my government friends richer.
--from "Chief Jack Boulerice, popular, radio
my administration in 2005, the U.S. will have the
largest budget [$427bn] and trade deficit in history.
86% of this deficit is owned by foreign banks with
1/3 of this owned by the Chinese.
Congressional Budget Office [CBO] claims the deficit
I helped create for the next decade is $504 billion
worse than anticipated in CBO's previous estimate
last September. In other words I am slowly putting
our country into bankruptcy. 
Suicide", Detroit Free Press, Nov. 10, 2004, 5A.
Pays High Prices for Global AIDS Drugs, Study Says",
WSJ, October 29, 2004, B1.
ushers in summit in Chile, by Kevin G. Hall, Detroit
Free Press, Nov. 20, 2004, 4A.
for Nothing", by Eric Alterman, The Nation, Dec.
13, 2004, p. 13, as taken from a March 2004 by Public
Bush campaign official indicted for phone-jamming, by
Erik Stetson, Associated Press, Dec. 1, 2004 on Boston.com.
treatment of detainees criticized", Geneva, Switzerland,
appearing in Detroit Free Press, Dec. 1, 2004, 4A.
Washington Post, "Soaring Ceilings," Editorial Board,
Nov. 17, 2004.
Plans Tax Code Overhaul," Jonathan Weisman and Jeffrey
H. Birnbaum, Nov. 18, 2004.
Progress Action Fund, "The Merck-y Case for Tort Reform,"
Christy Harvey, Judd Legum, and Jonathan Baskin, Nov.
stance on armor disputed: Company says vehicle orders
waiting for OK", by Bryan Bender, Boston
Globe, December 10, 2004.
"Poll: Rumsfeld losing public's support",
Dec. 21, 2004.
missile test goes nowhere", by Jonathan S. Landay,
Detroit Free Press, Dec. 16, 2004, 15A.
relaxed for forest use," Detroit Free Press, Dec.
23, 2004, 6A.
story, "U.S. Gave $1B in Faith-Based Funds",
by Laura Meckler, Jan. 3, 2005.
Today, Jan. 7, 2005, "Education Dept. Paid
Commentator to Promote Law", by Greg Toppo.
York-based Human Rights Watch from its annual report,
Jan. 14, 2005.
is predicted to break record", by Roger Runningen
and Richard Keil, Detroit
Free Press, Jan. 26, 2005.
yes, it can happen here," by Robert Kuttner, Boston
Globe, Jan. 26, 2005.
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