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Old 03-04-2006, 12:17 PM
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Default Re: Collapse Of US As A Super-Power

Traitors To Their Country - :-o :-o :-o

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Traitors To Their Country
"If you think Bush was an out-of-control despot before, just see what he will do with the expanded wiretapping, surveillance and seizure powers granted him and his Gestapo-like Department of Homeland Security in the re-authorized act. Don't expect the House of Representatives to do anything to stop this act. The real battleground was the Senate and that battle was lost when Democrats joined with Republicans to sell out the Constitution of the United States."
http://www.capitolhillblue.com/blog/2006/03/when_democrats_join_republican.html

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http://www.capitolhillblue.com

Cheney Is Full Of It - The job base for the middle class in non-existent in America.
Real paying jobs, to support an economy & a savings rate worthy of displaying, are leaving our country faster than jobs are being created. And the jobs that are available pay miserably, that is, if you can find one. At those wages no middle class American can have a house, car, insurance, water, electricity, & food. Forget about anything else. The middle class has been wiped out thanks to this administration protecting the interest of “fat & grotesquely wealthy” individuals, around the world, that do nothing but monopolize the means of production. This administration does not care about Americans. Period. We are being sold out, to the highest bidder.
http://news.messages.yahoo.com/bbs?action=m&board=37138456&tid=apwallmain&sid=371 38456&mid=7325

Economists At Odds Over Savings Rates
"Now that America's savings rate has been negative for an entire year, a first since the Great Depression, the question is whether we're a spendthrift nation on its way to the poor house or whether we're looking at the wrong numbers when we calculate savings."

"The personal savings rate is, essentially, the amount of after-tax income left once household bills are paid. Maybe it's $75 for a household, maybe it's $7,500, but as a percentage of income, it's declining. The personal savings rate used to be 10 percent of disposable income from 1974 to 1984, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics. It fell to 4.8 percent by 1994, and was negative for all of 2005. As of January, the personal savings rate was minus 0.7 percent."
http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060304/ap_on_bi_ge/wall___main

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