Excuses from the BuZh adminstration aside, even the rich are in for a heck of a time of it in the next administration. Oh, too bad! No next president can appease them now!!
Thank you, Dick! Thank you Georgie! Thanx the whole lot of you!!
A real good investment these days is right riveting read of the Rome Empire's problems, methinks.
(The stats that Reuters is using are vastly understated as well.)
A pretty basic warning, over simplified - and not really serving the public's interest.
Yet, it's geared to getting those "doom and gloom" messages sunk in.
Rising deficits to confront Bush's successor
"The next president is going to inherit a mess of historic proportions,"Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, a North Dakota Democrat, said in an interview.
"The debt is going up like a scalded cat."
"legacy of his disastrous fiscal management over the last seven years."
"why we need change in Washington."
"Well, if all you read was the budget that (Bush) inherited and this budget here today, you probably missed about eight years of pretty important stuff that was going on in the country,"White House budget director Jim Nussle said, defending Bush's fiscal record at a news briefing.