Saturday, July 28, 2007

The world we're in

President Bush yesterday reiterated his threat to veto Senate legislation that would substantially increase funds for children's health insurance.


The Bush administration will ask Congress next week to approve an arms-sale package to Saudi Arabia and five other Persian Gulf countries that may total more than $20 billion...

Included in the package are advanced satellite-guided bombs, fighter-aircraft upgrades and new naval vessels. The administration also plans to announce a new 10-year military aid package to Israel and Egypt.
The military assistance agreements would provide $30 billion in new U.S. aid to Israel and $13 billion to Egypt over a decade.

The Dems blew it. They should have formed a front company and told Bush that the S-CHIP was new spy chip technology.


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