Thursday, November 11, 2004
Thursday November 11th
"Everybody knew Saddam had chemical weapons, the question was, where did they go. Unfortunately, everybody jumped on the offramp and said 'well, because we didn't find them, he didn't have them,'" said Fox News military analyst Lt. Gen. Tom McInerney.Mover Mike
The Foundation for the Defense of Democracies has this telling information on Yasser Arafat. Not a pretty picture!
James B. Davis is founder of Help.Them.Leave.com, a 501(c)3 organization that offers relocation assistance at absolutely no cost for voters that can't abide four more years of Pres. Bush.
"In return for your irrevocable renunciation of your United States citizenship, and a sworn statement that you will never return, we will provide free one-way transportation to one of our politically matched, recommended countries on one of the jets we have chartered to provide this service," the organization states.Mover Mike
It goes so far as to carefully match relocation countries to political leanings:
•Leftists: France, Germany, Italy or Spain
•Socialists: Canada, Denmark, England, Finland, Norway or Sweden
•Communists: Cuba or North Korea
Some people run screaming from the room, when privatization is mentioned in the same sentence as Social Security. WSJ has a good article about it today. One key point for me: we call ourselves Capitalists, yet other countries use our systems ideas better than we do. Case in point:
Further, about two dozen countries have reformed their state-run retirement programs, including Chile, Sweden, Australia, Peru, the U.K., Kazakhstan, China, Croatia and Poland. If citizens in these countries can handle individual savings accounts, especially citizens in countries without a history of financial freedom, then U.S. citizens should be equally adept. At a time when the rest of the world is dropping the vestiges of state control, the United States should be leading the way and not lagging behind.Mover Mike