Saturday, September 22, 2007

Homeless Woman On Fairfax

"In 2004, Bush pushed through a Medicare drug entitlement program costing more than $700 billion over 10 years, passing the cost on to future generations. Now he's drawing the line on a Democratic proposal to expand a children's health care program costing about one-tenth that and paid for by higher tobacco taxes.

...With Democrats in charge, the president is threatening to veto virtually all of this year's spending bills. The amount saved by these vetoes would be dwarfed by Bush's request for more Iraq war spending."

USA Today
September 24, 2007


Anonymous said...

WoW...this is a wonderfully captured night shot...just lovely!

Yoga Gal said...

We can spend millions on a war we didn't vote for but we don't care for our mentally ill! Is America great or what?

AArtVark said...

"President Clinton is highlighting the efforts of Wal-Mart to safeguard the environment, saying the company's practices could be a template for growth in developing countries.

Sharing the stage with the chief executive of Wal-Mart, H. Lee Scott, during the opening session of the Clinton Global Initiative yesterday, the former president said that if the company — long criticized by Democrats for its labor and health insurance practices — generates wealth and jobs while reducing its carbon footprint, "then other businesses will follow suit.""
The New York Sun
September 27, 2007

One party for all (if you got enough money)!...