Saturday, December 31, 2005


More from Progressive Daily Beacon:

Rest assured, Bush's 2006 'ambitious agenda' will be more of the same
By: August Keso - December 31st, 2005

According to the New York Times, President Bush is making ready a very ambitious agenda. Sadly, it won't be anything new: Bush plans to trumpet his supposed economic successes -- avoiding oils huge 40% increase over last year, and the fact that his economic policies have placed the nation on the verge of deficit induced economic destruction -- the election in Iraq -- pretending an Iranian style government isn't about to take ... more

Another good read...repeat previous request.


BJ said...

Hi gramps, happy new year to you and your loved one's..

I'm taking a day or 2 off from my blog, it's a lot of work as you know and i had lots to post the last couple days.. now it's my turn to sit back and rest and read everyone elses stuff!!

by the way, as for your comment above, "Sadly, it won't be anything new..."
you might want to take a glance at the last post in my blog.. the 2 things that annoy me the most (i guess) is that not only is the world turning into a super dangerous place with russia falling back into government controlled 'everything' and north korea full of nukes and a crazy leader.. now we have the middle east.. 2) where was all this info (including the spy news) before he was re-elected?
who will back up the US in the end? i dunno.. but check out my post for a bit of 'news'

bye for now,

Grandpa Eddie said...

Thanks, and a Happy New Year to you and your's...

A couple o' days off...wonderful, we all need a break now and then.

The statement, "Sadly, it won't be anything new..." made by August Keso, I think has more to do with Bush "staying the course" that Rove and Cheney have set for him than anything else.

I'll stop by and check out what you've posted.