Monday, February 07, 2005

Foolish Budget is Gaining Opposition.

The idiocy of this regime and it's criminals budget is being put forth on Monday. The $2.5 trillion budget only touches on the budget cuts and not the increases from military spending to the 'dead-horse' Social Security scam.

Some of the cuts and who they hurt are:

Food stamps/poor people
Farm subsidies/farmers
Medicaid/children
Veterans Health care/veterans
Education/all of us
Amtrak/all of us
Law enforcement/all of us

This joke of a budget, also, names billions in 'unspecified' cuts. A dangerous proposal from the Criminal Enterprise that is squatting in our Whitehouse.

What this sham budget proposal doesn't address is the 4.5% increase in military spending or the $2 trillion cost to piratize Social Security.

This budget proposal is another example of the means to which this regime will lie, cheat and steal from the American people. Senator Kennedy of Massachusetts points out that by rolling back 1/3 of the tax cut for the rich would solve any problem Social Security may have in the future but, the regime insist on calling it a crisis. More lies and propaganda....the basis of the right-wing.

Also, the regime wants to give $150 million to faith-based programs. As a tax-payer, I say keep your faith out of my government. They can get their money from their followers...not my paycheck.

Writing in the American Prospect, Roger Hickey says the campaign against Social Security privatization is "a rare opportunity to stop the newly re-elected president dead in his tracks, to demonstrate the bankruptcy of his extreme conservative agenda, and to point to a new politics of "shared security" around which we can build a new majority for change. Winning won't be easy, but a powerful combination of progressive forces -- national organizations, political funders and philanthropists, policy experts, and grass-roots and online networks (including veterans of the 2004 elections) -- are coming together."

3 Comments:

At 2/07/2005 6:00 PM , Blogger Michael Moore-on said...

Do yourself a favor Lib, quote anyone, I mean ANYONE but that pickled, pompous, moron Ted *hic* Kennedy. Any point you try to make (quoting him) is lost in my visual of his cauliflowered nose.

 
At 2/07/2005 6:52 PM , Blogger ProgressivePatriot said...

Senator Kennedy is one of the few great legislators left. You should listen to what he has to say.
He will always have my support.

 
At 2/09/2005 4:23 PM , Blogger Amy said...

Michael, do you really have to be that brain washed by the right wing noise machine? At least Kennedy has the balls to tell the truth.

Ok how about this:
http://www.startribune.com/stories/587/5230292.html
"The objections, also voiced by some Republican members of Congress, began almost as soon as the $2.57 trillion spending plan for 2006 was unveiled..."

 

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