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Re: Welcome to Al Gore\'s \"Environment Decade\"
My excact point.
The republicans have had the power to get so much more done, than they have. They have spent to much time pointing fingers and trying to idscredit our moraly challenged president, that they have forgotten how to role up their sleeves and get to work. But if you think that putting in a president that will just roll over for their every whim, so that they have to fight for nothing is gonna help the economy, just remember that the republicans ran up the deficit to 3.7 trillion dollars when they had controll last time, and more small buisnesses failed(% wise) than any other time in history. Interest rates and housing also skyrocketed. Im not sure what you are expecting from having a republican in office, but dont count on all of the sudden having new trails opened, or some sort of off roading shangrala in the near future. Although the republicans will not grab land they also will do nothing to have the private sectors open up for us. Take central Oregon for example, there are countless roadways and wilderness areas, but they are entirely corporate owned and they are all locked up tight as a drum, with no tresspassing signs everywhere. Im just not sure what kind of improvements we will see if the republicans are left to make all the decisions, in the Oval office, The hOuse , Senate and Supreme Court.
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