Anoother right wing attempt to rewrite history. It was Bush that negotiated the status of forces agreement in Iraq.
The national average prices for a gallon of regular gasoline from 2000 through 2009 are: 2000 - $1.51 2001 - $1.461 2002 - $1.358 2003 - $1.591 2004 - $1.88 2005 - $2.295 2006 - $2.589 2007 - $2.801 2008 - $3.27 2009 - $2.35.
Absolutly no effect on your pump prices. Only an economic idiot would even think so. Few if any high paying jobs. We are presently energy independent and natural gas is a cheaper, cleaner replacement for coal and we have a 200 year supply.
Another brand new little z ID.
It is an old technique of his to answer his own posts and give himself lots of thumbs up by using multiple IDs. He uses them to insist that his lies are true but as you pointed out in that other thread none of the IDs can produce any evidence. His main goal is to keep his headlines near the top hoping no one reads rebuttals or checks the facts.
Sorry to inform you that it is the House that controls the purse strings. Raise taxes if you want to pay off the debt.
Erazor you are under attack from a little z multiple ID attack. The more you respond the more he will twist everything and think he is winning some sort of intellectual confrontation. Just realize the guy is a dunce no matter what ID he is using and leave him to show himself for the fool he is.
Top forecasters from Colorado State University predict a quiet 2014 Atlantic hurricane season, suggesting that nine tropical storms will form, but only three will become hurricanes.
The forecast published Thursday follows two consecutive poor forecasts: In 2012, when more than twice as many hurricanes formed as had been predicted, and in 2013, when only two hurricanes formed after a spring prediction of nine.
A typical year, based on weather records dating to 1950, has 12 tropical storms, of which seven become hurricanes. A tropical storm has sustained winds of 39 mph; it becomes a hurricane when its winds reach 74 mph.
The forecast was released by meteorologists Philip Klotzbach and William Gray of Colorado State University's Tropical Meteorology Project.
Sorry no banana monkey. Signing order to 1035 that disagrees with constitutionality was overlooked by GAO investigation. Supreme court will never hear it.
Once again you display your ignorance of the difference between weather and climate. You also show that you are unaware of el nino happening or that Hawaii was just missed by two hurricanes. Mega storms have been a big problem in The south china sea this year. Pull your head out of the sand dunes in your back yard and notice the drought.
And the rest of the story from your source: The reasons why some states grow faster than others, of course, are varied and complex and often beyond short-run or even long-term political control. The health of the broader U.S. economy also plays a huge factor.
Most of the top performers are in the South and Southwest, previously underdeveloped regions whose economies have been stoked in part by soaring population growth. Other states like North Dakota have benefited from the fortuitous exploitation of abundant raw materials, primarily oil and gas.
Many of the slowest growing states such as Massachusetts and New York, by contrast, are older and more settled. They are also wealthier than the national average, however, and have higher percentages of residents with college degrees.
Other explanations for the disparity in growth include the level of taxes and regulations. Taxes in the South are lower, there are fewer unions and states in the region are more lightly regulated. So businesses have been keen to set up shop.
Economic legacy is also something that cannot be overlooked. Mississippi has been dominated by Republicans for more than a decade, but the historically poor state has not kept up with most of its Southern brethren.
Bush Sr- Desert Storm
Bush Jr- Invade Iraq, war in Afganistan, Korea gets Nukes, China builds a Navy, Somalia pirates run wild, Iran starts nuclear enrichment, Shiites take over Iraq, Al qeada moves in to Yemen and Africa