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Spending or not with the "Shrub"

Posted: Sat Aug 04, 2007 12:45 pm
by Catfish
Recently I heard on the news that the Shrub vetoed a bill to offer 47 billion dollars towards health care for uninsured children across the country. When he duped us into finding W.M.D.'s in Iraq he said he needed 75 billion. Now we're into Iraq with over 500 billion dollars, so far. I've always said what we could do with 500 billion dollars for our health care system. These are our children, born and raised here in America, with no help from the government. In light of passing up the opportunity to help our own with 47 billion it sure is a travesty to pour 500 billion into Iraq.
Speaking of Iraq and the Shrub, Cheney and the Shrub were seen drinking in a little saloon near Gleason. When a man walked in he asked the bartender if that was truly them. The bartender said it sure was and they have been in that corner booth guzzling beers for over an hour. The guy walked up to the two and asked what in the world they were doing in a small dive like this one. They said they were just swigging down a few cold ones and talking about the war. They said they were talking about killing millions of Iraq citizens and a bicycle repair man. The man asked why the bicycle repair man? Cheney leans over and punches the Shrub on the arm and says, "See, nobody cares about the millions of Iraq people.

Re: Spending or not with the "Shrub"

Posted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 10:13 am
by Catfish
Webster says: a small bush is a shrub

Re: Spending or not with the "Shrub"

Posted: Wed Aug 08, 2007 11:06 am
by countrygirl49
The badger care stuff we have now is a joke unless you are a child. Glad I have a job now that gives me insurance after 15 years of going without. Not a dentist around will take you will badger care unless you are a child or elderly. The people in the middle with no kids gets nothing but.... way back when you could sell a cow, chicken or eggs and make some money to pay a doctor or you have to be a "business" in order to do that and fill out loads of paper work and of coarse pay taxes. So much for our Freedom.