Friday, June 18, 2004
1. Is the economy better off today than when George W Bush took office?
2. Are more or less people living in poverty today than when George W Bush took office?
3. Is the budget balanced like it was before George W Bush took office?
4. Do more people have jobs today than before George W Bush took office?
5. Who is going to for the tax cuts George W Bush gave to the richest Americans without corresponding cuts in spending?
6. Are we safer today than when George W Bush took office?
7. Who leaked Valerie Plame's name to Robert Novak? Why did George W Bush decide to discuss this with a lawyer rather than coming clean?
8. Who authorized the use of torture, and why haven't they been held accountable?
9. Why hasn't George W Bush's friend Ken Lay of Enron fame been charged with a crime after more than two years?
10. Why did the White House award a 10+ billion dollar contract to a business who's moved their headquarters out of the USA to avoid paying taxes?
Someone needs to address the above issues, and Bush hasn't proven not to be the right person for the job.
Ed Gillespie's email comments:
Just this week, John Kerry commenced his "Days of Malaise Tour," trying to convince voters they are again living through the Great Depression--despite the reality that our economy is experiencing some of its strongest growth in decades, homeownership is at a record high and manufacturing employment is at a 30-year high.
John Kerry's pessimistic strategy is depressing his own party. Call your local talk radio stations and tell them that Kerry's pessimism is not the kind of leadership we need in this country.
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