McCain’s Saddam Hussein Connections

Susan Eisenhower leaves Republican party

“I have decided I can no longer be a registered Republican. For the first time in my life I announced my support for a Democratic candidate for the presidency, in February of this year. This was not an endorsement of the Democratic platform, nor was it a slap in the face to the Republican Party. It was an expression of support specifically for Senator Barack Obama. I had always intended to go back to party ranks after the election and work with my many dedicated friends and colleagues to help reshape the GOP, especially in the foreign-policy arena. But I now know I will be more effective focusing on our national and international problems than I will be in trying to reinvigorate a political organization that has already consumed nearly all of its moderate “seed corn.” And now, as the party threatens to trivialize what promised to be a serious debate on our future direction, it will alienate many young people who might have come into party ranks”…read more

Obama and taxes

This is for those of you who haven’t got the time to read Obama’s tax plan, but believe he would be disasterous for the average American. I went and looked up the information and will try to put it in an easily understood manner.
The Obama plan will:

  • Cut taxes for 95 percent of workers and their families with a tax cut of $500 for workers or $1,000 forworking couples.
  • Provide generous tax cuts for low- and middle-income seniors, homeowners, the uninsured, and families sending a child to college or looking to save and accumulate wealth.
  • Eliminate capital gains taxes for small businesses, cut corporate taxes for firms that invest and create jobs in the United States, and provide tax credits to reduce the cost of healthcare and to reward investments in innovation.
  • Dramatically simplify taxes by consolidating existing tax credits, eliminating the need for millions of senior citizens to file tax forms, and enabling as many as 40 million middle-class Americans to do their own taxes in less than five minutes without an accountant
  • Further, no family making LESS than $250,000 will see a tax increase. According to the Tax Policy Center, Obama’s plan provides 3 times as much tax relief for the middle class as McCain’s plan.
  • Families making more that $250,000 will pay the same taxes or a little lower tax rates. In fact, NO family will pay higher taxes than they did in the 1990s.

For more answers, go to Obama’s web site and read his plans about everything in their entirety.

Fox News Attacks Obama With Nonsense

Bugliosi testifies at House Judiciary against Bushent

Free Speech provided by the US Military

very sad video of this whole mess:

Industry Execs Suggested Military Invasion BEFORE Iraq War

Yes, it really was about the oil. “Two years before the invasion of Iraq, oil executives and foreign policy advisers told the Bush administration that the United States would remain “a prisoner of its energy dilemma” as long as Saddam Hussein was in power.”….

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