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Tuesday, April 13, 2004

Apparently George Bush Now Runs Every State 

At least that's how John Kerry sees it when he talked to college campuses this week.

Democratic presidential candidate John Kerry says deep cuts in education spending at the state level have forced college tuitions so high that tens of thousands of young people have been denied access to higher education since President Bush took office.

Of course the article doesn't go any further to describe exactly how George Bush forced states to cut their spending, which George Bush has no control over. When asked about what he would do in Iraq:

Kerry said he would keep the United States in control of the military operation in Iraq, and repeated his call for greater international involvement in the effort to stabilize and rebuild the country.

"I would summon the world to an effort the world has a stake in," he said.

Wow... great plan. Now I feel good about how you would handle things. Gives you shivers doesn't it?

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