It never ceases to amaze me how politicians, (living up to their reputations) will continue to attempt to appease or win over voters by passing off or promoting some sort of plan or policy that they promote as a “gift from god” and what in reality is a pile of fluff like the one Clinton and McCain have introduced like suspending the 18.4-cents-per-gallon federal gas tax during the peak summer driving months….
Archive for May 2nd, 2008
The last ten days have been among the most shameful in the history of American journalism.
On April 20th, the New York Times published its expose of the Bush administration’s use of Pentagon-approved, prepped, and financially-enriched “military analysts” to appear on TV to help sell the invasion of Iraq, and then put a positive spin on the occupation — even as conditions on the ground deteriorated. In other wordsâ€¦.LIES!
Look at needle exchange; and expand treatment: Q: D.C. has the highest infection rate. How can we address that? A: I think it is important that we are targeting HIV/AIDS resources into the communities where we’re seeing the highest growth rates. That means education and prevention, particularly with young people. It means that we have to look at drastic measure, potentially like needle exchange in order to insure that drug users are not transmitting the disease to each other