Treasury Department Campaigns for Bush

The federal, state, and local governments and their various agencies are prohibited from campaigning in elections. Such laws don’t stop the Bush administration, as is evidenced by the IRS, in its Tax Day Reminder.

America has a choice: It can continue to grow the economy and create new jobs as the President’s policies are doing; or it can raise taxes on American families and small businesses, hurting economic recovery and future job creation.

Of course, as we all know Bush’s tax cuts for the rich haven’t helped the economy one iota. The only time unemployment went down in recent months is when people simply stopped looking for work.

This administration sucks.

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Posted by R. Davis on April 25, 2004 4:10 AM

The text of some of the Treasury bulletins was even more partisan than the text in question. I wrote and posted an article on the subject at the URL attached to this message ( http://home.att.net/~rdavis2/treas1.html ). Feel free to use it in whatever way you wish.