Saturday, March 27, 2004
John Kerry laid out some of his plans for the economy yesterday. He said his plan would created 10,000,000 jobs in his first term with something like 4% unemployment. That's a nice dream. It's not impossible, Clinton did create something like 11,000,000 in his first term and get unemployment down to 4.3%. I hate to say anything good about that piece of crap. However, while we were having the best economic grown we could imagine there were things going on that would burst that bubble. CEO's were screwing people over unchecked, terrorists were planning the worst terror event in the history of mankind and "Bubba" was getting his jollies off with his interns. Then in 2001, the dot com bubble burst and oil prices began to climb because of Clinton. How you may ask is that Clinton's fault. Read the link below. And bang, the recession started. See, I give him something then I take it away. All is right with the world once again.

Anyway, back on subject. Anyone want to bet that Kerry's estimated ten million jobs will begin to be revised in the following months. Bush got blamed for Clinton's recession, and if Kerry wins in November, he'll get the credit for Bush recovery.

Credit: Newsmax

I was reading an article yesterday, sorry I can't remember where it was, and in it Kerry was talking about raising the taxes of the rich. In Kerry's mind, anyone who makes over $200,000 is rich. So Kerry wants to raise the taxes of these people. I wander if he's really sat down and thought about this? While for most of us $200,000 is a lot. And maybe making that would put us in the upper class tax bracket. But, for instance, in NYC, $200,000 would be considered middle class. It's a little thing called standard of living. Someone should really raise this to 'Ol Sour Puss. He says he doesn't want to tax the middle class, but that's exactly what he'll be doing with that $200,000 figure.
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