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Thread: Bush's new Medicare corruption scheme to cost over $150 BILLLION more than estimated

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    Default Bush's new Medicare corruption scheme to cost over $150 BILLLION more than estimated

    Our good buddy and fellow American G.W. has stuck it to the American people once again. He's gotten away with so much criminal actiity that even though he's getting blasted by REPUBLICAN CONSERVATIVE he STIL knows that he can pull as much highway robbery as he wants and nobody can stop him because the press is asleep at the wheel and REFUSING to report what a miserable FAILURE this guy has been since planting his pampered ass in the oval office.

    President Bush's new budget will project that the just-enacted prescription drug program and Medicare overhaul will cost one-third more than previously estimated and will predict a deficit exceeding $500 billion for this year, congressional aides said Thursday.

    CNN reports that insiders from the Bush Administration are predicting that number to rise to at LEAST $540 billion. Alot of Republicans were AGAINST this bill in the first place and EVERYONE knew it was just a PAYOFF in favor of the drug industry. A mostly Republican congress has avoided fighting with Bush over obvious fukk-ups like this but even the Republican party is running out of excuses for Mr. Bush and his 3 year spending spree.

    A bill was recently passed that will deny overtime to MILLIONS of hardworking Americans. Think you aren't going to be affected by it? Wait.

    http://www.cnn.com/2004/ALLPOLITICS/....ap/index.html

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    The drug industry needs some love too!

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    Who ya voting for P-diddy?
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