Iraqi throws shoe at president Bush – it’s about time he leaves

Iraq got $120 bil. in aid from the US taxpayers.  Most of that money vanished or was allocated to projects which were not sufficient and overpriced.  Basically it gets stolen in cooperation with local and foreign cooperation and some people get really rich.  The same president who vetoes chidren’s healthcare destroys American taxpayers $120 bil. for obscure aid projects and is very discriminating when it comes to aid 2-3 mil working Americans in the car industry – an impeachment of that very president is more and more a mandatory obligation.  I think the Iraqi reporter who threw his shoes at Bush was right to do so – this guy just simply does not get it.

U.S. President George W. Bush said on Monday an announcement on a auto industry rescue was not imminent, leaving the industry’s fate clouded in uncertainty for a little longer.

 

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“We’re not quite ready to announce that yet,” Bush told reporters on Air Force One during a flight from Baghdad on an unannounced visit to Afghanistan.

He had been asked when he might make an anticipated announcement about tapping a $700 billion financial industry bailout fund to aid General Motors cnbc_comboQuoteMove(‘popup_GM_ID0EHH15839609’);[GM 4.10 0.16 (+4.06%) ] cnbc_quoteComponent_init_getData("GM","WSODQ_COMPONENT_GM_ID0EHH15839609","WSODQ","true","ID0EHH15839609","off","false","inLineQuote"); , Ford Motor cnbc_comboQuoteMove(‘popup_f_ID0EJEAC15839609’);[F 3.13 0.09 (+2.96%) ] cnbc_quoteComponent_init_getData("f","WSODQ_COMPONENT_F_ID0EJEAC15839609","WSODQ","true","ID0EJEAC15839609","off","false","inLineQuote"); and Chrysler.

Asked whether he was leaning toward using financial bailout funds, Bush said: "I signaled that that’s a possibility. in charge of assigning.ically a few people got very rich as usual when aid programs are allocated in foreign countries as they steal the money with the help of some government employee’s who ar
Bush Warns Auto Makers A Deal Is Not Imminent

U.S. President George W. Bush said on Monday an announcement on a auto industry rescue was not imminent, leaving the industry’s fate clouded in uncertainty for a little longer.

 

Chevrolet Dealership
AP
Chevrolet Dealership

“We’re not quite ready to announce that yet,” Bush told reporters on Air Force One during a flight from Baghdad on an unannounced visit to Afghanistan.

He had been asked when he might make an anticipated announcement about tapping a $700 billion financial industry bailout fund to aid General Motors cnbc_comboQuoteMove(‘popup_GM_ID0EHH15839609’);[GM 4.10 0.16 (+4.06%) ] cnbc_quoteComponent_init_getData("GM","WSODQ_COMPONENT_GM_ID0EHH15839609","WSODQ","true","ID0EHH15839609","off","false","inLineQuote"); , Ford Motor cnbc_comboQuoteMove(‘popup_f_ID0EJEAC15839609’);[F 3.13 0.09 (+2.96%) ] cnbc_quoteComponent_init_getData("f","WSODQ_COMPONENT_F_ID0EJEAC15839609","WSODQ","true","ID0EJEAC15839609","off","false","inLineQuote"); and Chrysler.

Asked whether he was leaning toward using financial bailout funds, Bush said: “I signaled that that’s a possibility.

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~ by behindthematrix on December 16, 2008.

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