More signs of national decay
The percentage of working-age Americans with moderate to middle incomes who lacked health insurance for at least part of the year rose to 41 percent in 2005, a dramatic increase from the 28 percent in 2001 without coverage, a study released on Wednesday found.On Bush's watch, gas prices have risen by 100%, and there are millions more Americans putting off rudimentary healthcare because they can't afford it. As one of those millions, I'd just like to say: Great little country you're running here, Hoss.
I'd also like to make an offer to the people of Nepal. They're so anxious to have democracy return to their country - I suggest we swap them, even-steven, our 'duly-elected' (*Kaff* *Kaff*) president for their king. Honestly, he simply could NOT do worse.