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29, 2005 :: 6:16 p.m.
I've been gone for a little while because of my busy schedule. The economy is doing great. The housing market hasn't fallen, the Dow is about to reach 11,000 and consumer confidence is great following a drop in gas prices. Gas is around 1.89 in Tulsa, which is great, when it was almost 3.00 about a month ago. But ... I'm sure there are reasons to criticize Bush about the economy, right? Of course there are, but I'm not doing it. He did screw up with Iraq, but it seems that is getting a little better. I feel sorry for President Bush. The guy has been through the worst natural disaster and the worst terrorist attack in our nations history. He also recieved a failing economy due to the internet/technology bubble bursting from the Clinton administration. Clinton had opportunities to kill Bin Laden but didn't. He inherited a lot. I think he only real mistake was Iraq. He has been a decent president other than that. So, Democrats need to chill and Republicans need to admit going to war was dumb.
love Wal-Mart in all of its glory. Many people hate it, but come on ...
cheap prices, easy access and total domination of the United States. What's
there not to love? The stores have a positive impact on small communities,
like my hometown. Sure, it destroys the lives of many small business owners
and mom-and-pop's who have been around forever, but there are always positive-for-negative
tradeoffs. Take that all you Wal-Mart haters out there: Link.
My good pal Kinder sent me this photo by email. The person who created the sign in the background is very smart and quite bold.
Thank you drunken, random college student attending ESPN gameday because you have nothing better to do with yourself or life.