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Bush on Trial Tuesday in Ohio and Texas

posted 3/3/2008 9:10:41 AM |
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What is the Bush-McCain platform
and will attempts to divert attention from the record work?

• Homelessness and fear
.... No government interference in sub-prime mortgage scams.

• Death and disability
... for another 100 years in Iraq.

• Sickness and bankruptcy
.... while health insurance companies make billions.

•• Were Bush and McCain left behind?

• Many fantasies do not add up to one idea.
• It’s a Democratic Party primary, not a democrat race.
• Bill Clinton attacked Obama’s claims about his votes on Iraq in South Carolina,
he didn’t “play the race card.”
• The banks and corporations can wreck the economy, but the government can't save it.
That would be government "interference"?
• Medicaid and welfare costs are "skyrocketing" .....Nothing compared with oil company profits.
What costs? How much?
Are people supposed to starve and die instead?

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pinkntastey

Mar 3 @ 11:45AM  
well Bush will get his just reward if the people in Maine have anything to do with it. Some people have already presented a partition to kennebunkport police to have him arrested if he ever comes to maine to stay at his so called camp. However, they were told that they had to have so many signatures so it could be put on a state ballot. If enough signatures are collected, then he goes on trial for war crimes if he steps foot in kennebunkport. As well as chaney

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Bush on Trial Tuesday in Ohio and Texas