Saturday, October 25, 2008

Bush's Common Principle

To save global financial markets President Bush offered a set of common principles, free markets, free enterprise, and free trade. They are also known as Corporafornication.

The American versions means lower worker pay and fewer employee benefits. Government races to the lowest global common denominator on taxes, but soars to the top on executive incentive compensation.

To keep the big dog gray train going, billions must be given to elected officials. This election cycle will cost over $5 billion. This practice is red (Republican), blue (Democratic), and white (the color of most of the big money boys).

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