May 1963: Dick Cheney graduates from Casper Community College  January 1969: Dick Cheney Begins Public Service Career in Nixon Administration  November 9, 1989: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Topples Berlin Wall  February 27, 1991: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Crushes Saddam Hussein  December 8, 1991: Defense Secretary Dick Cheney Brings Down Soviet Union December 31, 1999: Dick Cheney Prepares to Celebrate Last New Year of Twentieth Century January 20, 2001: Dick Cheney Restores Integrity to Office of Vice President  May 1, 2003: Vice President Dick Cheney Crushes Saddam Hussein  May 9, 2007: Dick Cheney Unites Iraqi People  January 20, 2009......

Thursday, May 31, 2007

Bush and Cheney Fight to Protect Economic Growth, Fairness





It's pretty indisputable that the Bush-Cheney administration has presided over the greatest economic growth ever experienced in the history of our country. And the key to much of that growth has come from something that is part of the American tradition, entrepreneurship:


Indicators measure the nation’s unemployment rate, consumer spending and other economic milestones, but Vice President Dick Cheney says it misses the hundreds of thousands who make money selling on eBay.

“That’s a source that didn’t even exist 10 years ago,” Cheney told an audience in Cincinnati on Thursday. “Four hundred thousand people make some money trading on eBay.”


Even though the Bush-Cheney administration has presided over a period of record economic growth, prudently, they work to ensure that this growth is controlled and thus sustainable:


Several mothers who have lost children at war in Iraq took part in a new talk show today on National Public Radio.

One of them, Elaine Johnson, recounted a meeting that she had with President Bush in which he gave her a presidential coin and told her and five other families: "Don’t go sell it on eBay.”


Another reason we need Dick Cheney as president is to ensure all the jobs created on Ebay are not lost, and that Presidential coins are not simply sold to the highest bidder.

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