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September 20, 2008



Hi Deb, while they are at it why don't we just go ahead and double the welfare programs also. If your pork sucking liberal cronies have already started figuring out they cannot attach any more pork to the barrel. And if you want to know who to blame you better look at most of Washington. Yes that the Dems also.

Keep writing blogs. And stay away from fixing Washington. If you cannot identify all of the problem, then you cannot fix it.

WE The People, doesn't mean just your group.

Deb Cupples (Buck Naked Politics)

Hi Bad,

You're right: Dems and Republicans have taken pork. I wasn't addressing pork.

I don't understand why you seem to take my comments PERSONALLY. I don't know who you are.

I also don't think that Republican voters got us into this mess: just the Bush Administration with its insistence on anti-accountability policies.

That's not an affront to you or anyone who voted for Bush, as he duped a bunch of supporters.

If you are related to President Bush or any higher ups in the Administration, I do not intend my comments as a personal insult to them: just pointing out facts about their job performance and "ideology."

About welfare: I suppose our govt. could simply kill all those people who will lose their jobs and homes.

But our nation likely wouldn't do that -- given that it's a Christian nation. This means that we have to do something to help those people.

In fact, our economy will depend on making sure that consumer dollars are in circulation (otherwise, more businesses will fail, too).

That's the real reason politicians are talking about unemployment benefits and public works projects.

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