posted on 09/26/2003 12:28:53 PM PDT
So I wonder how Cato feels about a new $400 billion dollar drug benefit????????
posted on 09/26/2003 12:36:52 PM PDT
(Abuse of power comes as no surprise)
I guess I am a pro- war libertarian.
posted on 09/26/2003 12:39:26 PM PDT
Sounds great to me but I doubt President Bush will ever abandon compassionate conservatism.
posted on 09/26/2003 12:53:32 PM PDT
In the first three years of his term, Bush has so far increased total federal outlays by a stunning 24 percent. Total nondefense discretionary spending has increased from $385 billion in fiscal year 2001 to $448 billion in fiscal year 2004. That $63 billion increase (over three years) eclipses the $33 billion President Clinton spent during his eight years in the White House.
Oh but he looks sooo good in a flight suit! (sarcasm off)
posted on 09/26/2003 1:13:58 PM PDT
(Don't Tread on Me)
Every time I think about Federal spending, I remember the movie Dave
posted on 09/26/2003 1:48:16 PM PDT
(Babes should wear Bullet Bras - www.BulletBras.net)
I vote we stop money for PRC and all the projects that Dasholes's wife has been promoting in D.C.
Just to put things in perspective:
For 87 billion dollars we could send a permanent colony to the Moon.
For 87 billion dollars we could send a manned mission to Mars.
Now, I don't believe these things will happen in my lifetime--although I dedicated my life to seeing them happen; I am thoroughly disillusioned.
For 87 billion dollars we could blast most of the terrorist states into dust.
Let us get on with the work of winning the war on radical Islamism...and forget a pie-in-the-sky "Marshall Plan" for Iraq at $87 billion and counting.
posted on 09/26/2003 8:26:28 PM PDT
(The deadliest Weapon of Mass Destruction in History is a Leftist With a Word Processor)
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