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A wasting we will go 2011

I wondered how long before the investigations would begin. Wonder no more ( ).

If anyone remembers the money and time wasted during the Clinton years on special investigation then my being upset is not surprising. I am a great number of things and the thing that tops the list is thrifty. Spending money unnecessarily is high on my list of upsets. Wasting time is the only thing that tops spending money unnecessarily.

Where was Rep Issa during the Bush/Cheney years? I continue to ask this question. He is seeking to investigate the Obama administration on suspicion of corruption. The no-bid contracts given to Haliburton ( should be under investigation. Health care in this country must be reformed. Aging baby boomers and the unemployed are about to swell the rolls of Medicaid and Medicare. We need to reform now to handle the increase. The banks and the automakers are now repaying the loans they got at the end of the Bush administration under the Democratic controlled Congress.

Do we really have time for politics? What did we get out of the investigation of Bill Clinton other than a tawdry novel? I have found better novels at books sales. We do not have the time nor money for these proposed investigations. We need every dollar we can find. Instead of cutting social programs that will enrich our nation; cut the idea of useless investigations.

Enough said.


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