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March 02, 2005

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I'm sure you're right. If he moved on Medicare too early, it would be too easy to see. I think he took his first shot at Medicare when he gave the corporations the prescription bill. As you said, "He can’t afford to be asked about what’s really going on here."

Long ago, I worked for a powerful man intent on taking down the department he'd been given responsibility for (chairman of a large clinical department in a medical school). He signed deals giving the hospital the department's clinical revenue and taking responsibility for paying salaries that enriched the hospital, not the department.

B* is doing the same thing with this country, and no one seems to notice. His way of shrinking the government is destroying it. If he pulls this off, there won't be any Medicare to worry about.

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/B* is doing the same thing with this country, and no one seems to notice. His way of shrinking the government is destroying it. If he pulls this off, there won't be any Medicare to worry about./

The more the Bush administration gets done, the more this destruction intent becomes evident. Many Dems accuse the Bush administration of being the spending and deficit party, as if the Bush's intent was to do many things with only a cavaleir attitude about paying. This would be the actions of dumb people in power, but these people controlling Bush are not dumb.

I believe their attitude is to destroy the New Deal safety net and make unrestrainted CORPORATE capitalism the law of the land. They have figured out that this cannot be done through negotiation with the American people watching. Therefore, they have decided to strangle the government with debt that will eventually force programs to be killed. It is an insidious long term strategy, and it might work if they don't lose power soon or get exposed! Without media cooperation this exposure is tough!

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