> Subject: I'm confused
> I can't understand it. Maybe you can.
> I'm trying to get all this political stuff straightened out in my
> so I'll know how to vote come November. Right now, we have one guy
> saying one thing. Then the other guy says something else. Who to
> believe. Lemme see; have I got this straight?
> Clinton awards Halliburton no-bid contract in Yugoslavia - good...
> awards Halliburton no-bid contract in Iraq - bad...
> Clinton spends 77 billion on war in Serbia - good...
> Bush spends 87 billion in Iraq - bad...
> Clinton imposes regime change in Serbia - good...
> Bush imposes regime change in Iraq - bad...
> Clinton bombs Christian Serbs on behalf of Muslim Albanian
> good... Bush liberates 25 million from a genocidal dictator - bad...
> Clinton bombs Chinese embassy - good...
> Bush bombs terrorist camps - bad...
> Clinton commits felonies while in office - good...
> Bush lands on aircraft carrier in jumpsuit - bad...
> No mass graves found in Serbia - good...
> No WMD found Iraq - bad...
> Stock market crashes in 2000 under Clinton - good...
> Economy on upswing under Bush - bad...
> Clinton says Saddam has nukes - good...
> Bush says Saddam has nukes - bad...
> Clinton calls for regime change in Iraq - good...
> Bush imposes regime change in Iraq - bad...
> Terrorist training in Afghanistan under Clinton - good...
> Bush destroys training camps in Afghanistan - bad...
> Milosevic not yet convicted - good...
> Saddam turned over for trial - bad...
> Ahh, it's so confusing!
> Every year an independent tax watchdog group analyzes the average tax
> burden on Americans, and then calculates the "Tax Freedom Day". This
> the day after which the money you earn goes to you, not the
> This year, tax freedom day was April 11th. That's the earliest it has
> been since 1991. It's latest day ever was May 2nd, which occurred in
> 2000. Notice anything special about those dates?
> Recently, John Kerry gave a speech in which he claimed Americans are
> actually paying more taxes under Bush, despite the tax cuts. He gave
> explanation and provided no data for this claim.
> Another interesting fact: Both George Bush and John Kerry are wealthy
> men. Bush owns only one home, his ranch in Texas. Kerry owns 4
> all worth several million dollars. (His ski resort home in Idaho is
> old barn brought over from Europe in pieces. Not your average
> Bush paid $250,000 in taxes this year; Kerry paid $90,000. Does that
> sound right? The man who wants to raise your taxes obviously has
> out a way to avoid paying his own.
> Pass this on. Only 28 days until the election.

This is so very true but to be fair Republicans are just as bad in the other direction. The good thing is when republicans do it is the truth.