I only have a few hundred megabytes of space on the Web, so I can’t list them all.
However, I have been tracking some of them on one of my Web sites, The Facts Don’t Matter. Here are two
Bush lies to be remember:
The Democrats Will Ruin Health Care…
Our current health care system is so incompetently-managed that millions of people who should get flu shots due to chronic illnesses won’t be able to get them. Why? Because since most medicine is private, and there’s no profit in flu shots. America outsourced its vaccine purchasing to a British company that, unfortunately, contaminated about half of this year’s batch. So many Americans are getting their flu shots the same place where they’re getting cheaper prescription drugs – Canada! – a country with national health insurance! In short, America’s health care system is being partially propped up by a country with national health insurance!!
“I Am the Pro-Life President…”
We’ve lost over 1,000 American soldiers, probably over 100 contractors, and several thousand Iraqis under our “pro-life” president.
But wait, there’s more evidence that, like the term “hard work,” Bush wouldn’t know a “pro-life” policy if it hit him in the face.
Due to Bushanomics, millions of people have lost their jobs, had their wages cut and lost their health insurance. As a result, the abortion rate in America has gone up under Bush’s administration.
The Bush boys, led by Karl Rove, have been at their usual negative advertising and dirty tricks. No matter what they do, so long as we all vote, we should emerge from this election in much better shape than we currently are.
And here’s a very relevent quote from well-known capitalist and geek Andy Grove, the president of Intel:
When it comes to bioterror or epidemics,
“You look to government to protect you from that, and the government looks to the science and technology infrastructure.
This government can’t even
prevent an ordinary failure of the business market for causing probably more
American deaths than terrorism. It is a manifestation of a government that
has no appreciation for science and technology.” — quoted by USA Today, 10/20/2004