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Thursday, October 27, 2005

President Gives Speech on His Economic Agenda

If you are interested in reading president Bush's speech today on the wonders his policies have done for the economy and his economic growth agenda for the future, it is here. Interestingly, and unfairly but I can't resist, if you selectively pull a few words from the speech, you can get:

I encourage Congress to push the envelope when it comes to cutting spending. See, believe it or not, up here in Washington, there's a lot of programs that simply don't deliver results. (Laughter.) And if it doesn't deliver results, we ought to get rid of... the war on terror...

And the reason is:

That will help us meet our priorities ... helping the people down there in Katrina.

What about helping the people down there in Rita and Wilma too?

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