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Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Letter to the George Bush and Massachusetts Senators

George W. Bush (R)
Senator Edward M. Kennedy (D-MA)
Senator John F. Kerry (D-MA)
Representative Marty Meehan (D-MA 5th)

Maybe you should know what is contained in this website.


We know that inflation is actually ~8% and not 2-3%. We know the tactics used by economists to make the economy look good. We know that the unemployment rate is actually substantially higher than ~5-6%, and that among those who are employed, a large percentage are underemployed or plain underpaid, that weekly compensation has decreased, that average salary has risen '3/10 of one percent per year during the past 25 years', which is beat by the above stated inflation and on beat top of that by the cost of living, increasing apace of inflation for over a decade.

It would be wise to raise the minimum wage.

It would also be wise to adjust global politics, enact fair trade for 3rd world workers, shift away from oil policy and peak oil scenarios and stimulate non-oil technology geared for oil replacement, eliminate nuclear plants, recall the military from most major foreign assignments, restore taxes for the rich, replace spending on education and healthcare which have been cut ~25% or more, shore up American individual credit, even though debt is 'profitable', replace political fundraising with a flat public stipend for electioineering, and obey international treaties and agreements.

Also, ban torture. America is forever shamed that its state failed to ban torture. Fortunately, international agreements and the Geneva Convention and the 8th amendment made by our Forefathers already bans it.

And there shall be no draft. A real war would have real supporters. A draft is in violation of the 4th amendment and against the fundamental and inalienable right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.


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