not sure I agree with your assessment that all of today's ills both nationally and around the world can be blamed on a small group of people, but you're entitled to your opinion.
However, continuing with your unvalid analogy, spending the country into bankruptcy is more like pouring gasoline on that fire, rather than water. Inherited $8T and now at $16T after 4 short years. Those are the facts, and they are indisputable.
BTW, I think you'll find alot of people...myself included...that didn't agree with a lot of the Bush era policies. But, it may be time...just maybe...to start holding the current leadership accountable for today's status.
Again, I challenge you...if after 3 more years...8 years after the current admin's inauguration...when the status is what I mentioned in my previous post...and it will be...if it will still be "Bush!!!"?
Nothing like a good insult fest (by both side) about an adminstration 5 years ago to change the subject on the failures of a current administration. And 3 years from now, when unemployment is still higher than it was when the current took office, national debt is at $20T (any takers?) and all entitlements are bankrupt, I'm sure we will still be playing the same ol blame game as we were 5 years ago. Flame on!
Please, for the love of God, fire Coach (?) Shulman, UTC. How many more years are you going to allow this once proud program to fester in mediocrity...and that's being quite generous.
Hopefully, after the next four years, we won't have the same unemployment rate (actually worse) and another $7 trill in deficits. The numbers don't lie, and they're not debatable. And if those things happen, God help us all.
Finally, you won. Act like you've been there before, people.
I'm still confused why we can make comments on some articles, but not others that actually affect our lives. Btw, I'm a uga fan, and this news (his arrest, not his dismissal) definitely stings.
Alprova, depends on your source. According to your peeps at media matters, the average is $55 an hour including benefits.
Now, if $27 an hour or 57k a year...which is absurd...goes to benefits, maybe that's the reason GM needed bailing out? No, it was the greedy CEO, right? Not the fact that everyone is guaranteed $120k in salary and benefits?
I think he's smiling because he makes $50/hr to put that bumper sticker on.
Tacky, but typical
That's a reach if I've ever seen one. Just like the "great" hire of a head coach that had a losing record at LA Tech and clearly in over his head. Nice try though.