16 September 2005

The Iraq War, Katrina, and still tax cuts for the wealthy on Bush's agenda.

Well, it looks like Katrina may match or exceed the cost of the Iraq War. Estimates are placing reconstruction of the Gulf Coast at now over 200 billion dollars (Congressional estimates). These costs are to rebuild the coastal areas, roads, bridges, schools, and relocate up to a million Americans back to the area.

And, Bush still will not back off his tax cut for the wealthy. 'Mama must really need that new Mercedes Benz.'

Budget deficits just for the year 2005 were already expected to hit over $400 billion. Now our country is in BIG trouble financially. The well is dry.


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