Thursday, October 07, 2004

Quick Hits

I work with a person who is a staunch Kerry hater. It's funny because if you queried her beliefs and values she would seem very Democratic. However, she is in the top few percent of annual incomes and thinks the Democrats want to take all her money away.

Anyway, she told me a story today. Her husband, who is also a staunch Republican, said to her last night "You know we really do have a terrible president." I don't know why she told me this story, other than that we are good friends.

Anyway, to me it is another sign that Bush is in serious trouble. He has alienated a lot of his supporters, one way or another. If he performs in tomorrow's debate anywhere near as poorly as last week, he is toast. We can only hope!!

Economists and Business Professors Against Bush

Check this out!

Open Letter to President George W. Bush



October 4, 2004



Dear Mr. President:


As professors of economics and business, we are concerned that U.S. economic policy has taken a dangerous turn under your stewardship. Nearly every major economic indicator has deteriorated since you took office in January 2001. Real GDP growth during your term is the lowest of any presidential term in recent memory. Total non-farm employment has contracted and the unemployment rate has increased. Bankruptcies are up sharply, as is our dependence on foreign capital to finance an exploding current account deficit. All three major stock indexes are lower now than at the time of your inauguration. The percentage of Americans in poverty has increased, real median income has declined, and income inequality has grown.

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Francis Aguilar
Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus
Harvard Business School

Ramon J. Aldag
Glen A. Skillrud Family Chair in Business
School of Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Teresa M. Amabile
Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

Kenneth R. Andrews
David K. Donald Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus
Harvard Business School

James E. Austin
Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School

etc. up to 169 professors at the time I submitted this




Oil at 52.40

Nuff said!

Tom DeLay is a scumbag

Seconded by the House Ethics committee today!

Astros 1, Braves 1

Go 'stros!

As predicted on MyDD.com


Last Updated 10/7, 3:00 pm. EDT

National Popular Vote Projection

Kerry 50.2
Bush 47.8
Other 2.0
Status: Toss-up
Polls Incluided: Economist, Rasmussen and Zogby

Electoral Projection
Kerry Bush
Solid 221 163
Lean 75 79
Total 296 242
States changing hands from 2000: FL, NH and NV to Kerry



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