[eDebate] economic news
Thu Oct 30 09:49:28 CST 2003
Hehe. Cause Korcok has been right so far.......right?
Dude...with as much "economic stimulus" that has been pumped into this
economy, It'd be amazing if there WEREN'T a big bump in growth. But, just
like you were wrong about Iraq, this "smoke-and-mirrors" ploy with the
economy isn't going to sell. The American public may be slow, but they
The "recovery" continues to be jobless.
The "recovery" is paid for by a credit-card presidency racking up the
largest defecit the planet has ever seen.
The "recovery" is paid for through the unequal sacrifice by the American
working class who are working longer hours, for less money, and less
benefits while the richest 1% profit from tax cuts for the "investor" class
(see LA transit and grocery strike).
The "recovery" is fueled by billions of dollars of government spending
funneled into paying for a war in Iraq and huge contracts for a select bunch
of U.S. corporations overpaid to provide a better infrastructure for Iraq
while our domestic infrastructure crumbles.
Dude...look at your guy's numbers.
And read Molly Ivins new book.
You're toast and I intend to make sure of it.
From: Michael Korcok [mailto:mmk_savant at hotmail.com]
Sent: Thursday, October 30, 2003 10:29 AM
To: edebate at ndtceda.com
Subject: [eDebate] economic news
the democrat-less recovery heats up.
that translates into 60% Bush 40% Dean electoral landslide.
what's the argument gonna be? "oh the recovery would have been even faster
and better without the Bush tax cuts!" ? that the winner the dems gonna go
for? awww... the hell with it... nominate Kucinich and go for De-Dev in the
election. Americans will love that.
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