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    10/15/2002 9:43:07 PM PDT · by PhiKapMom · 13 replies · 719+ views
    Republican National Committee ^ | 15 October 2004 | RNC Research
    GEPHARDT TALKS A LOT ABOUT THE ECONOMY, BUT WHEN IT WAS TIME TO ACT. . . HE DIDN’T! Gephardt Says He Wants To Focus On The Economy, But How Credible Is He? Where Was He When His Vote Counted? Time After Time, Vote After Vote, He Voted Against Legislation Critical To Strengthening The Economy And Creating Jobs. President Bush Led And The Republican House Took Action By Making The Tax Cuts Permanent, Passing Pension Reform, And Passing An Energy Bill Which Allowed Expanded Domestic Drilling For Oil. Problem Is, He Opposed Every Last One Of Them! And Talk About Fiscal...

    09/16/2002 1:56:30 PM PDT · by PhiKapMom · 35 replies · 473+ views
    Quoted in Body of Article | 16 September 2002 | Various Freeper and Other Sources
    DEMOCRATS BELIEVE TAX INCREASES EQUAL FISCAL DISCIPLINE The Democrat No-Budget Road To Out-Of-Control Spending Is Paved With Budget Deficits And Tax Increases ____________________________________________________________ GREENSPAN ON FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY: "History suggests that an abandonment of fiscal discipline will eventually push up interest rates, crowd out capital spending, lower productivity growth and force harder choices upon us in the future." (Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan quoted by Joseph Guinto, "Greenspan Warns Of Runaway Deficits, But Rejects Efforts To Repeal Tax Cuts," Investor's Business Daily, September 13, 2002) GREENSPAN ON LOWER TAXES: "And should current economic weakness spread beyond what now appears likely, having...
  • Democrats Play Politics Tarnish Own Primary (Florida of course)

    09/12/2002 1:57:37 PM PDT · by PhiKapMom · 62 replies · 206+ views
    Republican Party of Florida ^ | 12 September 2002 | Al Cardenas, Chairman of RPOF
    Democrats play politics, tarnish own primary Statement by RPOF Chairman Al Cardenas TALLAHASSEE - “Normally, primaries are a process through which a party’s faithful choose the best of its best to represent them in the general election. This time, the Democrat Party elite co-opted the process by stacking the deck against Janet Reno and are trying to camouflage their misdeeds by pointing fingers at Gov. Bush. “While Bob Poe and Terry McAuliffe would like to shift the blame to others, it lies squarely on their shoulders. To begin with, McAuliffe has been scheming with his father-in-law, who happens to be...
  • Hardly Intelligent - How the CIA unintentionally aids terrorism in the Middle East.

    06/02/2002 9:24:22 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 97+ views
    Weekly Standard ^ | 06/10/2002, Volume 007, Issue 38 | Reuel Marc Gerecht
    SINCE THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION is ready to send George Tenet, director of central intelligence, to the Middle East in an effort to rekindle security talks between the Israelis and the Palestinians, it's time to ask, Why? Haven't we gone down this road before, and don't we know--even if we understandably choose not to confess--that the CIA unintentionally aided and abetted Palestinian terrorism against Israelis? If Tenet's mission leads to the CIA's helping Yasser Arafat rebuild and improve the Palestinian Authority's intelligence and security apparatus--which is what Langley had been doing, first quietly, then openly, after the Oslo accords--how can the...