The Top 52 Reasons to Vote Republican in 2004
(or, Why I'm Voting Democrat in 2004)
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From the farm bill to the new Medicare entitlement, spending lobbies have never had it so good since the heyday of the Great Society.
The Bush administration provided no leadership as Congress loaded the bill with tax credits like the following: $169 million for Puerto Rican rum; $9 million for archery products; $35 million for fishing-tackle boxes; The elimination of taxes on whaling
Devine, vice chairman of the American Conservative Union, said conservatives see
Mr. Bush as "the biggest-spending Republican president ever."