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Why Dont We All Just Cut the Crap Right Now Dear friends Well 101 days into the Junta and the fear mongers are having a heyday arent they Even good liberals and Democrats have joined in the mantra To listen to them youd think George W Bush had opened the gates of hell and unleashed the legions of Satan upon the American people These good people actually believe Junior has put the arsenic back in the water given the go-ahead to spew massive CO2 emissions into the air torn up our national forests and raped the Alaskan wilderness With all the fury that has been whipped up Im sure any minute well also hear that Baby Face Bush recently held up a 7-11 in Denver and now plans to release bubonic plague into the atmosphere over Ohio Now dont get me wrong Theres no doubt that this illegal squatter in the Oval Office is not to be trusted farther than you can throw Katherine Harris But please lets cut the crap and tell the truth George W Bush has done little more than CONTINUE the policies of the last eight years of the ClintonGore administration As hard as that is for many to swallow that is the truth -- and the sooner you stop the scare campaign the sooner well be able to fight Bush in a way that will stop him for good For eight long years ClintonGore resisted all efforts and recommendations to reduce the carbon dioxide in the air and the arsenic in the water Just last October Senate Democratic leader Tom Daschle and sixteen other Democrats successfully led the way to STOP any reduction of arsenic in the water Why Because Clinton and the Democrats were beholden to the very industries who had financed their campaigns --- and who were responsible for high levels of arsenic in the water On top of that ClintonGore became
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