1.2.06

State of the Union / State of the World

''Bush urges end to US 'oil addiction' ''. Meanwhile he has more than 130000 soldiers enduring daily hostilities in one of the richest oil country in the world (Irak) and preparing to topple the regime or invade another (Iran):
"America is addicted to oil, which is often imported from unstable parts of the world ", Oh yeh ? But he seems to ignore who made this part of the world unstable !

''He proposed training 70,000 high school teachers to lead advanced courses in mathematics and science. In addition, he urged bringing 30,0000 math and science professionals into the classrooms to teach. Bush said the US needed to strengthen its competitiveness in the global economy.'' Meanwhile, his extreme-right christian donors and those who put him at the white houseare assassinating what is left of science in schools by attacking the theory of evolution and science in general. Moreover, the impovering brought on the american middle class by Bush and the cuts in health care and education might lead to fewer students in america's classrooms, not to speak of the people who were already struggling before Bush came to power.

"The American economy is pre-eminent; but we cannot afford to be complacent," he said. "In a dynamic world economy, we are seeing new competitors like China and India."
Bush knows that the United States might not recover from the strains he put on the economy by making huge tax cuts, cuts in health care and education and, most importantly, expansive wars. If only he listened to Osama who made it clear, in one of his discourses adressed to the world, that Al-Qaida war's against the United States was meant to put the country in an economic crisis brought on by expansive wars and from which it will not easily recover.

1 comment:

Earl said...

If you want to understand what Bush is after, take what he says and turn it 180 degrees, and you will be much closer to the truth.

I have a saying in my emails: Watch what is done, not what is said.

This goes double for Bush.

 
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