Security, Iraq and Mushroom Clouds
let's see. President Bush paid off the big pharmaceutical
companies by making it illegal for Medicare to negotiate
lower prices for prescription drugs even though this would
prove costly to 40 million seniors and disabled Americans.
He rewarded big energy companies by undermining the Clean
Air Act even though this would endanger millions of Americans
who live near certain polluting power plants. And, of
course, the biggest boon of all went to Halliburton and
other oil and defense industry giants after talk of mushroom
clouds and fictitious sales of uranium rallied the nation
behind an unnecessary war in Iraq....Continue
Bill Gates, You Clever Fox
Jan 3, 2005
Bill Gates, You
did it. You casually left a live grenade at the Grand
Charity Gala and walked out of the room to see if anybody,
especially Google, will notice.
Once again, you have created an innovation in marketing
that is poised to take the world by storm. What I
love about it is how you have just tossed it out into
the public for all to see, and yet nobody seems to
be noticing it.
Flitting from forum to forum, everyone is talking
about your new MSN
beta search engine, but nobody seems to
have discovered the secret marketing bomb you left
Blog or Not to Blog: Are Blogs Becoming More Popular than
Forums, Newsletters and
question, in all its many forms, has continued to be one
that I am asked most often. As more and more "work at
home" sites appear online, it's apparent to me that there
are many who would, at the very least, mislead those who
are desperate to locate jobs that will allow them to work
There continues to be a large segment who still want to
believe that they can earn a significant income from home
doing typing, word processing, or other clerical jobs
from home. Why wouldn't they believe this? Thousands of
sites proclaiming that they have hundreds of these types
of positions available for the taking (for a fee, of course)
appear all over the internet.
Endorses John Kerry for President
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for President. As an advocate for freelancers, telecommuters
and work-at-home professionals we believe that only the
economic policies put forth by John Kerry can return our
economy to a state conducive with income growth and prosperity
as we enjoyed in the late 1990's. Specifically, Kerry
has proposed creating jobs in his first 500 days in office
through a new manufacturing jobs credit, investing in
new energy industries,restoring our nation's commitment
to technology, and putting an end to layoffs in education....
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