The bad economics of the Bushes:
The new doctrine of a never ending war

Nipawin - Sunday, September 22, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


sold out

I just finished to read Timothy Shire’s article "Autumn Morning" and I was impressed about his realization that the Saskatchewan Health Care system is intentionally re-re-structured to make it more confusing. This is our main problem in our society, that is the drive of sold out politicians and buziness leaders to make the world more confused and press as a consequence for more streamlining and fragmentation and more Free Market.




Yes, Free Market is the laissez faire of the few and privileged to make the world more confused. Just think about the meaning of President Bush’s doctrine to fight terrorism "either with US or against US" and you realize how more confusing this world is getting.




I find it interesting that while we have an opportunity to avoid an immediate attack against Iraq with the reintroduction of weapons inspectors in Iraq, we have President Bush asking unprecedented use of force against Iraq from Congress. I find it entertaining to realize that as Bush & Co. play the music of war against anybody opposed to the US foreign policies so CNN is entertaining the public in picturing the heroic acts of patriot George Bush Senior in WWII.


The New York Times is reported Friday the pre-emptive foreign policy doctrine of Bush & Co. and I invite you to reflect on the dogmas of this new doctrine. Bush & Co. have no clues of the social and economic needs and therefore they want to go to war and win another battle against terrorism. Bush & Co.’s new doctrine states


"Our forces will be strong enough to dissuade potential adversaries from pursuing a military buildup in hopes of surpassing, or equaling, the power of the United States"


and I ask if this is a message of peace, or a dogma of a never ending war. Paul Krugman is just right as he compares the present economic difficulties to the first George Bush Senior’s difficulties of the early 90ies. Good economics is getting to be just a matter of a vision: peace and not war and the Bushes are wrong.
  Autumn Morning, by Timothy Shire, September 18, 2002
  Bush to Outline Doctrine of Striking Foes First By DAVID E. SANGER, September 20, 2002, The New York Times
  Bush's National Security Strategy Full text of President Bush's new national security strategy. The document, entitled "The National Security Strategy of the United States," will soon be transmitted to Congress as a declaration of the Administration's policy.
  The VisionTthing Paul Krugman, September 20, 2002, The New York Times


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