When John Kasich spoke to the Dayton Chamber of Commerce, he claimed that George W. Bush’s presidency was when “Republicans lost their minds.”
As the DDN editorial board pointed out last week, Kasich seems absent on what policies he opposed of the man Kasich proudly declared as his “soul brother” when endorsing him in 2000.
It sure wasn’t the Bush tax cuts, because Kasich actually wants to go even further. It wasn’t the Iraq or Afghanistan wars. At best, it’s the prescription drug benefit for Medicare, but that’s hardly a politically winner that divorces Kasich from his party’s […]Full Story... →
So let me get this straight. Iraq is sitting on nearly $80 billion in surplus while we spend $48 billion rebuilding their country.
Get a load of that middle America! Your tax dollars at work by the Bush administration. Wave your Americun flags high and proud while your government and President bend you over like a Buffalo Chip dancer!
In one comparison, the United States has spent $23.2 billion in the critical areas of security, oil, electricity and water since the 2003 invasion, the report said. But from 2005 through April 2008, Iraq has spent […]Full Story... →
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