I guess I believe in all those bad things you mentioned then... cause I'm sure as heck not voting for Kerry. Tongue-in-cheek, but you get my point. You can spin anything. By the way, that thing about blaming Clinton didn't even make any logical sense to me.People knew the recession was on the way long before Clinton left office. If you didn't see it coming, you weren't watching the economic indicators. My economics professor told me my first semester of college that no matter who was elected he was going to have to face a tanking economy, because it was inevitable. I don't blame "Clinton"... I blame the market cycle, which is something presidents have zero effect over. I want to be clear about that. ZERO. NADA.In the long run, a president's economic policy can shape an economy, but not in the short term. And at that, the power of the president in shaping the economy pales in comparison to the power of the Chairman of the Fed. So no, I DON'T blame Clinton, but I think it's even more absurd to blame Bush. Or to insist that he take "personal responsibility" for something not his fault by any stretch of the imagination.ZAP
I can't support state-run mass murder. It's really as simple as that.
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