Originally posted by asteroidboyA president who allowed convicted criminals to be awarded government contracts?
AS opposed to Clinton putting them in the cabinet?
Well, now, if you want to get into THAT...
The Reagan administration wound up with almost thirty felony convictions.
The Clinton administration had, what... three?
So far, Bush has stayed just under Clinton's numbers (one convicted felon in charge of "Homeland Security", one internationally wanted war criminal in the person of Henry Kissinger) but he's got his third waiting in the wings, if the government's still planning on installing what's-his-face as the puppet leader after we leave...
Not exactly something to be proud of. At least in Clinton's years we made a little forward progress.
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Originally posted by IsaacYankem And then there's this.. "When the contract was awarded, two weeks ago, the Administration did not mention that the bin Laden family has an ongoing relationship with Bechtel"
Next up, Colin Powell and Osama! We'll connect them!
Osama's family is rich. OF COURSE they have investments. And it is not even Bechtel they are involved in, it is a company Bechtel helped found- an INDEPENDANT company. You act like Osama himself is the CEO of Bechtel!
Too bad they didn't find a document that proves that Osama really is the CEO of Bechtel in Iraq.
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While I might agree that the tax cuts, especially the checks in the mail, provided a short term bump, I don't see how they provide for the "strong" economic growth. IMO, the low fed rates account for alot of it in terms of construction etc....