Friday, October 05, 2007


George W. Bush ordered the killing of the first woman in Texas since the 1860's.
After ignoring calls from religious leaders such as Pat Robertson,
Bush went ahead with the execution on schedule.
In the summer of '99 after announcing his bid for the presidency, Bush openly
mocks Karla's pleas for clemency in an interview he does with Talk magazine.
" `Please,' Bush whimpers, his lips pursed in mock desperation, `don't kill me.' "

It is no surprise that George W. Bush vetoed funding for the health care of 9,000,000 of America's children.
This Long War President demonstrated the penchant of his paucity for mercy when he ignored the pleas for commutation of
Texecutions of 155 persons.
Now it is America's children who the Deceitful Decider is "EXECUTING"!
According to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released this week, 72 percent of Americans supported the bill Bush vetoed.
The program Congress voted to expand provides health insurance for children who fall into a perilous gap: Their families make too much money to qualify for Medicaid but don't make enough to afford health insurance. The cost of covering an additional 4 million children was estimated at around $35 billion over five years. That's a lot of money. But in the context of a $13 trillion economy -- and set against Bush's history of devil-may-care, "buy the house another round" spending -- it's chump change.
[From Bush's Veto Lies
By Eugene Robinson
Friday, October 5, 2007]

American children lose.
America loses.
Bush is a loser.

It's the oil stupid!

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