Politics and Elections

President Says Democrats Slow To Spend Money – Economy In Good Shape According To Bush – Inflation and Unemployment Low

President Says Democrats Slow To Spend Money – Economy In Good Shape According To Bush – Inflation and Unemployment Low

President Bush on Wall Street

(Best Syndication) This week President Bush touted the economy explaining that the unemployment rate was low, income had risen, inflation is low and the economy had grown. This is good news for all Americans. According to the Bureau Of Labor Statistics, there were 132,000 jobs created in June alone. Since August 2003, more than 8.2 million jobs have been created.

A real up-tick in jobs has occurred in the past 12 months. There were more than 2 million jobs created over the twelve month period ending in June. “When people across the world look at America's economy what they see is low inflation, low unemployment, and the fastest growth of any major industrialized nation,” the President told an audience at Wall Street in New York City on Wednesday. "The entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in the United States."

Domenici Calls For Strategy That Will Bring Troops Home – Supports Iraq Study Group Recommendations

Domenici Calls For Strategy That Will Bring Troops Home – Supports Iraq Study Group Recommendations

Pete Domenici

(Best Syndication) Add New Mexico Republican Senator Pete Domenici to the chorus of change in Washington DC. Concerning the Iraq war, Domenici told an Albuquerque news conference on Thursday “I am unwilling to continue our current strategy”. He believes the Iraqi government is “failing” and called for a new U.S. military policy in Iraq.

This comes just days after Indiana Senator Richard Lugar called for a change. Although he does not support an immediate withdrawal, Domenici said “I have carefully studied the Iraq situation and believe we cannot continue asking our troops to sacrifice indefinitely while the Iraqi government is not making measurable progress to move its country forward.”

It is OK To Leak Secrets When Attempting To Help Administration - Bush Commutes Sentence of Scooter Libby

It is OK To Leak Secrets When Attempting To Help Administration - Bush Commutes Sentence of Scooter Libby

Dick Cheney

(Best Syndication) It seems like leaks are a major problem for every administration, and this one is no different. The Bush Administration has tried to crack down on leaks and those who leaked information in the past. The Libby case shows that it is OK to leak information as long as it damages critics of the Administration.

The April 2006 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) was leaked to the New York Times and possibly the Washington Post. The administration wanted the information in that analysis kept secret. That NIE stated that the war in Iraq has actually made America less safe. The Bush Administration did not want the American people to know this.

The War in Iraq Is Making Brits And Americans Less Safe – Bombs In London And Scotland Back Up Claim –MI5 and CIA Expect Attacks

The War in Iraq Is Making Brits And Americans Less Safe – Bombs In London And Scotland Back Up Claim – MI5 and CIA Expect Attacks

Manningham-Buller

The recent terror plots uncovered in the United Kingdom should prompt us to rethink our war strategy. Obviously the war in Iraq has not protected us or those living in the UK. In fact, according to an April 2006 National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) we are less safe because of the war.

The 2006 NIE stated “The Iraq conflict has become the ‘cause celebre’ for jihadists, breeding a deep resentment of US involvement in the Muslim world and cultivating supporters for the global jihadist movement.” It went on to say that the jihadists “although a small percentage of Muslims, are increasing in both number and geographic dispersion… If this trend continues, threats to US interests at home and abroad will become more diverse, leading to increasing attacks worldwide.”

Barack Obama fundraising efforts estimated at $32.5 million for last three months

Barack Obama fundraising efforts estimated at $32.5 million for last three months

Barack Obama

[Best Syndication] Barack Obama who is campaigning for Democratic ticket for presidency has raised more than other Democrat candidate hopeful, Hillary Clinton. Obama is estimated to have raised $32.5 million over the past three months.

There have been over 258,000 contributors to Barack Obama’s campaign so far.

Barack Obama said on his website, “Together, we have built the largest grassroots campaign in history for this stage of the Presidential race. We now have hundreds of thousands of Americans who are ready to demand health care for all, energy independence, and an end to this war in Iraq. That’s the kind of movement that can change the special interest-driven politics in Washington and transform our country. And it’s just the beginning.”

You can check out Obama’s website and donate there by visiting http://www.barackobama.com/

This 2008 election for the president will be different, if Obama continues to market his ideology to Americans.

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