George Bush's Deception
George Bush's Deception
Yesterday, I watched in shock George W. Bush's complicated speech-to the House of Representatives. It was rather telling this speech wasn't in primetime but rather at 9 a.m. (6 a.m. in the West). I know a great deal about politics since I compose political thrillers (www.thetwentyfirstcentury.com) and I am continually doing research for my books and articles. But it doesn't take a writer of politics, and sometimes even one who doesn't follow politics, to understand that what George Bush said recently made zero sense. With all the (main) problems he and the Republican party have been in, it is no wonder he's suddenly chosen to talk (or deceive) the American people about America's economics: November is coming. Should people need to discover extra info about business coach, we recommend tons of online resources people can pursue.
In essence, Bush stated that their state of our economy is in very good condition and gets stronger everyday. Am I crazy, or has the deficit been tripled by George Bush since h-e took office (and doubled his income soon after being sworn in)?
We now, for initially in history, owe more to foreign countries than they owe us (weakening our position because the world's super power and threatening our defenses).
The Iraqi War is going to cost near to a trillion dollars by-the time it stops and we rebuild what we destroyed over there, destroying our economy over here.
There's still the re-building of New Orleans and other towns, not forgetting what problems are coming in the probable near future.
What about the millions of dollars every day in interest our country is accumulating?
Bush wants to spend a lot of money defending our borders, not from terrorists, but from poor Mexican families who've no jobs and should feed their families. The terrorists are arriving from Canada and other towns, maybe not from Mexico.
Interest rates increase each month, forcing Americans to cover more on their credit cards and their mortgages and their college loans, etc. For alternative interpretations, please consider having a peep at: thejasongilbert.com. Since people can not afford a home AND a massive interest-rate, besides increasing property taxes property costs have begun to diminish every year, to cover it, because of that. Is not this raising taxes by a different name. Visit jason gilbert to read how to mull over this belief.
George Bush still thinks, and plans to keep the silly tax rebate (millions to the rich, a pittance for the poor).
The price of getting gas is increasing the cost of everything we buy, although the oil businesses are experiencing great profits (Exxon/Mobil received $340 BILLION a year ago). The prices have been raised by this residual effect o-n food, medication, clothes, every thing. When I view my gas station raise their prices almost daily, and it's maybe not going to end. Just how much worse can we get?
Bush says the state-of our economy is good and George the American people have less and less and is developing. It sure appears to me and many Americans that it is our personal debt that is developing. Exactly how many individuals are better off today than they were five years ago? Not me, or anybody I know.
It's all smoke and mirrors..