Half a truth is often a great lie.

- Benjamin Franklin

Governmet Trumps Free Market, Says Bush

Actions speak louder than words, and the administration who likes to talk about the free market it abandoning the market. When things were too good, the government knew to get out of the way. When there is a normal correction, it is Bush and Co. to the rescue:

In expressing concern about the plight of families facing disclosure, Bush is "starting to sound like a Democrat," teased Senator Charles Schumer (D-N.Y.). Indeed, the Bush plan is bound to encounter criticism from conservatives who say that people should bear the costs of their own mistakes, and who argue that giving the FHA a bigger role in lending will unnecessarily expand the role of government in the economy. [Read]

Does anyones really consider Bush a conservative? He knows how to grow the government one small handout entitlement at a time.

posted at 18:41:42 on 09/01/07 by clearpolitics - Category: Economics - [Permalink]

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classycat wrote:

SO, WHO IS CONCERNED ABOUT THE SENIOR CITIZENS, THAT DON'T GET ENOUGH SOCIAL SECURITY TO LIVE ON ?

COULD "YOU" LIVE ON $740 A MONTH ?
09/03/07 17:58:36

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