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  • 340 Billion A Year Program
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    Bush budget cuts Medicaid, disabled housing, but still worsens deficits President George W. Bush proposed a $2.57 trillion US budget Monday that erases scores of programs and slices Medicaid, disabled housing and many others but still worsens federal deficits by $42 billion over the next five years. In one of the most austere presidential budgets in years - one that faces precarious prospects in Congress - Bush would give nine of the 15 cabinet-level departments less money in 2006 than they are ...
  • George W Bush Taxes
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    George W. Bush Taxes: Governor Bush believes that roughly one-quarter of the surplus should be returned to the people who earned it through broad tax cuts otherwise, Washington will spend it. His plan will promote economic growth and increase access to the middle class by cutting high marginal rates. It will also double the child credit, eliminate the death tax, reduce the marriage penalty, and expand Education Savings Accounts and charitable deductions. The largest percentage cuts will go to th...
  • Charitable Tax Deduction B Bush
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    Will Matter Persuasion 10/30/99 Armies of Compassion Introduction: Armies of Compassion, what is it, well it is a dream the governor Bush is trying to get all of us to believe in. A dream that all of us can care for each other, That we can all help each other with the obstacles of life. His dream can be achieved by some of the plans he has if he becomes president. I think these programs are good, and I believe you will think they are too. I have picked three programs to explain to you. I. Federa...
  • Vice Presidency And Bush
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    George Herbert Walker Bush, (1924-), 41st President of the United States. During most of his public career, George Bush served other presidents loyally in a number of important positions. Not until 1988, after eight years as Vice President under Ronald Regan, did Bush, a self-effacing man, step into the limelight as the Republican nominee for president. For the first time he had an opportunity to articulate his vision for America's future. Few presidential candidates had entered a campaign so il...
  • Governor Bush Believes Social Security
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    George Bush, one of the candidates running for President believes that teenagers or unmarried citizens should declare abstinence until they are sure they wish to have a baby. He believes that abortion is killing a human being, and quotes, How can you kill something with finger nails George Bush issues on education are similar to Al Gore. Bush believes that schools must have clear measurable goals focused on basic skills and essential knowledge. Bush believes in stopping Funding Failure, which is...
  • Bush's Tax
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    The Return of the Prodigal Son The year 2000 was publicized as the start of the new millennium and many people feared the implications. But the new millennium actually started in January 2001, and has the potential to be more like the Christian catastrophe that the prophets predicted. (alliteration) On the heels of a controversial election (personification), the prodigal son (metaphor) has swept into the White House like a plague sweeping down on Egypt. (simile) While the Republicans chant the t...
  • Comprehensive Test Ban Treaty
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    Term Paper State and Local Government Steve Wenzel Michael Vir nig There were several major issues that separated the Republican and Democratic candidates during the 2000 presidential campaign. On Abortion, Al Gore Strongly supports a woman's right to choose and making abortion safe, legal, and rare. Strongly supports making abortion safe, legal, and rare. Opposed to requiring parental notification. Opposed to partial birth abortion except where necessary to protect the life or health of the mot...
  • Senator Bush
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    I. INTRODUCTION Bush, George Herbert Walker (1924-), 41st president of the United States (1989-1993), president at the end of the Cold War between the United States and the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR). Bush also organized an unprecedented global alliance against Iraq during the Persian Gulf War of 1991, but he was less successful in dealing with U.S. domestic problems and was defeated after one term by Bill Clinton in the 1992 election. II. EARLY LIFE Bush was born in Milton, Mass...
  • Al Gore And Governor George W Bush
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    Issue paper In the two thousand presidential elections there are two main candidates. The candidates are Al Gore and Governor George W Bush. Al Gore is the candidate running for the Democratic Party and Bush is running for the Republic party. Each candidate has great points on certain issues. The president whom won my vote though, was Governor Bush. Bush won my vote for many reasons. Some of his feelings for certain issues met in agreement with mine. His main mentor is his father. He is governor...
  • Cuts To Comprehensive Tax
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    TAX CUTS GORE TAX CUTS. Cut taxes for 99% of middle class, not the wealthiest 1%. (Oct 3). Target surplus at national debt, rainy days, & education. (Sep 30). End marriage penalty; reform estate tax; targeted cuts. (Sep 6). Lower taxes for working families with targeted tax reform. (Sep 6). Yes, it's your money-but it's your programs too. (Aug 31). Too large a tax cut would wreck economy & military readiness. (Aug 23). Tax cuts to benefit middle-class, not just the rich. (Aug 21). Bush's tax cut...
  • National Deficit
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    As one of the top ten concerns in this years presidential election, the national deficit has been given some attention by both presidential candidates. But the candidates can only make promises to the public on this issue, stating that they will cut the national deficit in half, by 2009. Since both George W. Bush and John Kerry have the same goal, the examination begins on how each of them plan to achieve it. When President Clinton took office, he reduced the national debt by 10% in his last fiv...
  • President Bush
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    Bush and Cheney: Propaganda In A Over-Confident Way What does the word propaganda really mean? For most of us we assume that it is a word for negativity use. Just to assure those that think of propaganda as a negative word. Propaganda does have a positive objective if used correctly. The word propaganda is defined in a few different ways, But in the most general usage, it varies from bad to good persuasion of our minds. It is used during election time to our daily lives on television to our news...
  • Gore And Bush
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    Social Studies Political Spectrum Project By Cameron N azeri Introduction I have gathered four articles from the New York Times newspaper, which is a Liberal newspaper, and broken them down into a summary and a short understanding of what makes the article Liberal. The four articles include a political cartoon, an editorial peace, a national article, and an additional article. Gun Battle Halts Mideast Cease-fire International / additional article. During the daylight hours of October 2, the ceas...
  • President Bush's Huge Tax
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    After a great 8 years under President Clinton's fiscal discipline in the government, we have had a great economic surplus that included other huge surpluses as well. President Bush wants a huge tax cut that obviously can increase interest rates and recreate the loss of consumer and business confidence that had the same deficits during the late 80's and early 90's. While President Bush's proposed tax cut of roughly $2 trillion seems extremely favorable, the reality is that it will hurt the future...
  • Presidents Tax Plan
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    There are two words in the English language that when combined will cause immediate joy and skepticism at the same time. Tax Cut, although at first it sounds only good there can be some setbacks. George W. Bush entered his term in office with an aggressive agenda to cut taxes that turned heads in his favor; however, some people don't think his cuts are fair or effective. The United States economy is slowly creeping towards a recession. The stock market has shown repeated drops. Consumers are not...
  • Bush's Economic Policy Proposals
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    President George W. Bush delivered his "State of the Union" address in January 2003 to the members of Congress and the United States public. Within his address, he proposed his ideas to reform and improve the economy. In the previous year, the government attempted to bring the economy out of recession by instating the largest tax relief seen in a generation. His present goals have the purpose to further strengthen America's economy. His first proposal was to set all the income tax reductions for...
  • Inconsistency Of Bush Presidency
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    Michael Bean George Bush Senior was elected president in 1989. He was elected saying many things, such as having no new taxes and increasing military spending. His views were hardly his own, but seemed to be borrowed from the prior president, Ronald Reagan. He seemed only to be an extension of the well regarded Ronald Reagan, and seemed like a good choice for the Reagan-lovers. Like his siblings and family alike, he was given a fast track to political success and seemed to be taking full advanta...
  • Bush Calls For 550 Billion In Tax
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    Bush calls for $550 billion in tax cuts On Wednesday, April 16, 2003 President Bush used the backdrop of tax day to urge congress to pass his $550 billion or more in tax cuts that he says will jumpstart our economy. The tax cuts he proposed would create 1.4 million jobs by the end of 2004. The proposal bush announced was designed to attack specific weaknesses that were slowing down our economy and kept companies from hiring new workers. Bush's first tax cut proposal was for $726 billion in tax c...

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