Saturday, December 18, 2004

Bush Vows Not to Ignore Economic Problems

President Bush, looking to build momentum in Congress for his second-term economic agenda, pledged Saturday not to ignore challenges to the nation's financial health and "leave them to another day."

"We have a duty to the American people to act on these issues, and we will get results," Bush said in his weekly radio address.

If there is one thing we can count on from our President, we can count on results. Whether it is the worst loss of life on US soil in history, or the worst job creation record since the Great Depression, or the chaos in Iraq, he gets results. So you'd best prepare for some serious results here, folks.


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