Sunday, June 18, 2006

Were going to stay

Were going to stay till hell freezes over no matter what the cost the taxpayers, so says the republican house. That’s going to be, a long time with global warming.

I heard some interesting stats. When the war started we paid the families $200 for those oopses that the military made by killing civilians. First year cost, 5 million dollars. This last year we paid 20 million to civilians at $200 per family, which works out to 100,000 people the same amount of people Saddam killed over 30 years.

The story goes like this, weapons of mass destruction and Bin’s group in Iraq. Then it was for regime change. Then it was to make a democratic country. Today there is no reason just that we will be there until hell freezes over. You get that impression by the permanent bases they are building.

Mean while back here the health care issue, wages, job and a stable dollar is the concern of the people. So many republican business are claming bankruptcy to get out of paying the peoples retirement and breaking the unions, all done for the stockholder dividends. Yes greed is driving the Republican Party with no regards to the health of the country.

After 9/11 Bush changed the way unemployed people are counted. When your benefits finish so do you as far as getting counted. This makes a real nice number but doesn’t represent what is really happening to the working class people.

One thing I noticed is the oil shortage is only happening in the United States all in a quest for Exxon to drill for oil in Alaska. The only way to solve this extortion would be for every country to nationalize their oil fields where each country would pay privet companies to drill for oil. After the hole is drilled there isn’t much work to be done, just collect the oil and sell it. The futures market need to be removed from the world along with hedge fund. Both seem to be a problem that is causing high prices and fuel inflation. Maybe one day people would work to better the world instead of bettering just themselves.

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