Bush Whines Over Money

Posted: 11/30/2007 by Floyd in
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Bush continued his whining over money and continues to worry about what makes him happy and for some reason he is not worried over the 10 million middle-class children him and his cronies took health care from or the education bill to educate our children,,so how much am I worried about his whining??? Not very....

The person to blame here is Bush himself because the money has been approved, I mean, you can't expect an upended commitment for eternity, especially when the Iraqi government is making no head-way and taking in account we have already sunk billions and billions in this money pit with no results. Journalists have said it is a dangerous option to walk within 95% of Baghdad.

I would suggest the word of the day might be bipartisanship,,,is a two way street. Congress should have done this last year but as I have said they have went on and bent over backwards for a year now, it is high time to say we can't even have enough money to take care of our own, how do we know what is best for other countries?
Bush Urges Emergency War Funds to Avoid Defense Layoffs - washingtonpost.com

7 comments:

  1. Jim says:

    Did you read that Bush's next budget takes away homeland security money from our police and fire departments? Check it out, Floyd.

    This is beyond my understanding how we can spend a trillion to attack people that didn't attack us, while emasculating our defenses against the real terrorists.

  1. Larry says:

    Spending so far on Iraq would pay for 3.6 million four-year college educations

    President Bush’s request to Congress in October for an additional $45.9 billion for the war in Iraq has brought the total federal outlay since the war began to $196.4 billion. A Democratic report earlier this month estimated that the wars' total costs could be much higher -- as much as $3.5 trillion -- if "hidden" costs like the rising price of oil, veterans' healthcare and interest on borrowed money are included.

    George W Bush: Destroying education for America's youth.

  1. Floyd says:

    Hello Larry and Jim, thanks for the tip Jim I'll check it out, nothing would surprise me right now.

    It's hard to tell anymore everything is in a Grey area I can't figure if the country is being run by an adult or a two-year-old??

    I have come to the conclusion that in Bush's mind he seems to want what he wants and nothing else matters, we could maintain a small force in Iraq,,that is,, when we recover and get back on our feet from this fiasco.

    One thing is for sure we can't keep borrowing from Peter to pay Paul, you know sometime we will have to pay for this. I can't help but wonder who will get the blame when we have to ante up?

    The figure is accurate you quoted Larry, because you have to weigh in all of our wounded veterans with health-care and benefits when it is all said and done the figure might be conservative of what it will actually cost,,right now our grand-kids will be footing this bill.

  1. Beth says:

    Bush is an idiot who is two years old.

  1. Floyd says:

    :D LOL,exactly.

  1. He seems to care only for money to fight the war in Iraq. Anything else does not matter to this man.

  1. Floyd says:

    You are right Let's Talk, he wants what he wants and the heck with the rest of things. Bipartisanship means nothing, this is a word used when they don't get what they want.

    The money has already been approved Bush wants an open-ended commitment with no accountability, you can't always get your way, I will wager that eventually he gets it with no accountability, but this is putting a strain on us and our domestic issues and it is straining our military.

    It is more than evident on the recent vetoes of health-care and education, and that is what scares me the most.