Citizens for Legitimate Government, a multi-partisan activist group established to expose the Bush Coup d'Etat and oppose the Bush occupation in all of its manifestations.

 

Lori Price's letter to Newsday

Subject: Bu$h: Serial Lying Toward Armageddon

Regarding Newsday's article (Feb. 23) by James Toedtman, "Editor: Bush Cited Report That Doesn't Exist": but... did Al Gore accompany James Lee Witt of FEMA seventeen or eighteen times to Texas? See, that is where telling the truth really matters... that and whether or not Kailey "was standing" outside of an overcrowded Sarasota High School classroom or "is standing" outside of a Sarasota classroom. "Serial Exaggeration." All in the mind of the beholder, just ask Karl Rove.

Because of the media's fixation on Gore's alleged (and trivial) faux pas in the 2000 campaign, we now have an Idiot Usurping Lying Weasel for a pResident, installed by a partisan less-than-Supreme Court, marching us toward W-War III.

Sincerely,

Lori R. Price
Assistant to the Chair
Citizens For Legitimate Government
http://www.legitgov.org/
(address, phone)

February 23, 2003

 

Original Newsday article:

Editor: Bush Cited Report That Doesn't Exist
By James Toedtman
CHIEF ECONOMIC CORRESPONDENT

February 23, 2003

Washington - There was only one problem with President George W. Bush's claim Thursday that the nation's top economists forecast substantial economic growth if Congress passed the president's tax cut: The forecast with that conclusion doesn't exist.

Bush and White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer went out of their way Thursday to cite a new survey by "Blue-Chip economists" that the economy would grow 3.3 percent this year if the president's tax cut proposal becomes law.

That was news to the editor who assembles the economic forecast. "I don't know what he was citing," said Randell E. Moore, editor of the monthly Blue Chip Economic Forecast, a newsletter that surveys 53 of the nation's top economists each month.

"I was a little upset," said Moore, who said he complained to the White House. "It sounded like the Blue Chip Economic Forecast had endorsed the president's plan. That's simply not the case."

Deputy White House Press Secretary Claire Buchan insisted Friday that the survey, which mentioned "the likelihood that some version of the Bush administration's latest stimulus package will be enacted," justified the president's claim. Moore said that a survey taken in January before the president announced his plan forecast 3.3 percent annual growth between the last quarter of 2002 and the last quarter of 2003. A survey taken in February reached the same consensus.

Copyright © 2003, Newsday, Inc.

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