Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass, called on Congress to reject Bush's spending plan, charging it was the "most antifamily, anti-worker, anti-healthcare, anti-education budget in modern times."
Rayonic:Shut up. Education is good, unless you want a stupid population (republicans).
Yeah, and I heard Ted Kennedy say the bill was anti-Farker too. Would anyone support GWB's spending plan then?
"We actually have one of the best-funded public education systems in the world, don'tchaknow."Understatement of the century. The nation as a whole spends about 700 billion on education annually.
No, Rayonic. I don't want to upset you. You see, I know you're a jut-jawed optimist about the Glorious United States of America and you probably got all maudlin last night during the Stupid Bowl and seeped a few tears onto your shirt collar when you saw the Apache Helicopters and heard the National Anthem and saw Old Glory waving majestically in the ventilation fan-blown breeze of Enron Field...er, whatever the name of the place is now.
Haha. Read you like a book, didn't I?
Believe it or not, we both are optimist when it comes to the US economy. However, I think Bush is driving its long-term growth in to the ground right now.