News and Opinion for Democrats Against Bush - Part I b
U.S. Is Losing Wealth, Health, Rights, Freedom
Pt. I b BUSH'S CONGRESS
NEO-CONSERVATIVES' ULTIMATE GOAL
RIGGING ELECTIONS
------ Reforms needed
-- Corrupt Redistricting
---- Texas
---- Colorado
---- Pennsylvania
-- Rigged E-Voting?
---- Diebold For Bush
-- Delayed Disclosures
RAW POWER TACTICS
-- Bullying to Win
---- Threatening Dems
---- Bribing Republican
-- Excluding Democrats
---- 11th-Hour Bills
---- 1-Vote Victories
LOOTING the FUTURE
-- Driving Up Deficit
-- Extra Pork in Bills
-- $87 bill. Blank Check
BAD BILLS
-- Energy Bill
-- Medicare Bill
-- Spending Bill
WHO BENEFITS?
-- Wealthy Interests
-- Cheney's Cronies
-- Bush Camp'n Donors
-- Gun Lobby
WHAT ARE WE LOSING?
-- Privacy Rules
-- Academic Freedom
---- at the U. of Wash.
-- States' Rights on..
---- Air Quality
---- Antispam Rules
---- ID Protection
---- Gay Marriage
---- Scholarships
STATES FIGHT BACK
-- Brandeis's Support

See the following pages....
 
WHAT ARE WE LOSING UNDER THE REPUBLICAN CONGRESS?--
 
--- Privacy Rules ................................ Republicans Attack Privacy Laws
--- Academic Freedom .................. HR 3077 is a Nightmare from the Latest Harry Potter
------ at the U. of Wash. ...................... UW Braces for Challenge to Academic Freedom
--- States' Rights on.. ..................... Bush and Congress Work Against States' Rights
------ Air Quality ........................................ California's Right to Protect Air Quality Endangered
------ Antispam Rules ............................ Weak Antispam Bill Would Nullify Stronger Cal.Law
------ ID Protection .................................. Congress Weaken's Calif's Financial Privacy Law
------ Gay Marriage .................................. Principles of States' Rights Favor Massachusetts
------ Scholarships ................................... Washington (the State) is Right on Scholarships
 

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