Tuesday, July 8, 2003

More vodoo less economy.

Hmmm, it seems that deficit spending is not the way to increase wealth - of the country or the idividual. Apparently, this wisdom has been available since at least the 1940s. It's too bad that w didn't learn the economic lessons coming out of the Regan years - eventually debts have to be paid, and BTW it's more expensive later.

That's ok, just let the Republicans keep cutting taxes, eliminating services, and peeking into people's bedrooms. The country is just fine. It's being managed by people who were once on the inside of Haliburton and Enron.

Thursday, July 3, 2003

Delivering us from eight years of peace and prosperity.

Thanks w! I really appreciated the fact the according to the NY Times(Registration required), you've managed the highest unemployment rate in nine years! That's outstanding! I love pay cuts! I love tax breaks for the wealthy. I love an extra $40/month that your tax cut may put into my pocket. What's that? The states are behind on their funding? They'll take that $40 and more through sales/property/registration/income taxes? Oh Boy!

Four more years!

Four more years!

Four more years!

Maybe, just maybe, I'll finally be able to declare bankruptcy with w's awesome fiscal management! Wait, the government's deficits will do it for me! $3trillion more in debt? All right!

To be fair, the job loss isn't all his fault, but it's fun to make it so :-)

I mean everyone knows that republicans have always been the best presidents right? What's that? The six highest growth periods in the U.S. economy since 1933 have been under democrats?! Nah, couldn't be.