January 31, 2006
President Bush - State of the Union
One does not find any reference to white collar crime in President Bush's State of the Union address. He states here that "violent crime rates have fallen to their lowest levels since the 1970's." (NYTimes). And white collar crime? Is it that there isn't time to cover everything in this speech?
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So much applause, so little truthor content. While Bush flogs the dems as isolationists he has been responsible for isolating the US from the rest of the world. He terms voting for a tax cut for the wealthy as courageous. The biggest absurdity was not the manned mission to mars or concern over steroid use by athletes but banning human/animal hybrids. Can't somebody clue this guy in on what the real problems facing the country are?
Posted by: bill van vugt | Feb 5, 2006 4:05:42 PM