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You go Al!

There are a great many that are not happy with these news, but Al Gore truly does deserve this. He is one of the very few leaders we have left.

I would love to see him running for President. Wouldn’t you?


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The worst thing you can do the environment…


That truly speaks for itself, doesn’t it?

I expect more from a leader. Don’t you?


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Is Fred Thompson really ready…?

After all, one should really expect more from a Presidential candidate then this:In an interview with Kay Henderson of Radio Iowa on Monday, he referred to the “Soviet Union and China.” At the end of her blog post on the exchange, Henderson wrote, “No, I did not mistype. Thompson said Soviet Union rather than Russia.”

Soviet Union? A blunder that makes even the Commander Guy blush…

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Really More Jobs?

The Labor Department reports that despite a slight increase of the national unemployment rate the US Economy added 11,000 new jobs.

That would be good news—if not:

How can someone trust a Federal agency or their system that get’s data messed up that much?

How important are those number anyway? Is there any indication that naming these numbers and correcting them has a positive influence on the job market?

Is the Economics going uphill or downhill?
 
No - Down (44%)
Yes - Up (23%)
Ask me in 6 months… (22%)
I don’t know (12%)
None of the above—I post a comment (0%)

Total Votes: 78
This poll is closed



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You Are Guilty Until Proven Innocent…


What really troubles me is this: RIAA plaintiffs weren’t required to show that Thomas had a file-sharing program installed on her machine or that she was even the person using the Kazaa account in question
Isn’t a major part of our judicial system that you are innocent until proven guilty?

It seems that the lines are getting really blurry here, right?


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What is more important:

throwing away a half trillion dollars in Iraq or the health of our children—especially the underprivileged and needy?

Can we really afford to let children die or suffer? Let’s not forget, that children are the future of all societies. What kind of message are we sending when we make it that clear that we do not care about our own future?

Personally I’d expect more from a President. Wouldn’t you?

“I don’t want our troops feeling like I’m making decisions based on politics when lives are at stake,” he [President Bush] said. Came again? How would you as a soldier feel, knowing that your child back home has to suffer—because the Commander Guy thinks they do not need anything… ?

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How do we know that the bubble burst?

More bad news or just a necessary market adjustment:

Does that make for a burst bubble?

Or is that more like a balloon that looses air? Five years ago nobody talked about a bursting bubble; what is so different at this time? The fact that the autoworkers union strikes? The ever increasing news of companies reducing their workforces? Or the commander guy announcing that “economics is large”?

Experts now say that oil prices will raise to $100 a barrel—pretty soon.

Is that the next bubble?


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Strike?


As number one issue named is job security. A great many politicians say that economics is in great shape; workers disagree.

Who do you think is right?

In 1987 there was a market crash; in 1997 there was the Asian Crisis.

Will 2007 be the year of the strikes?


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