Friday, February 11, 2005

One of the pillars of Bush's domestic agenda is off to a good start

Tort reform, often talked about but rarely passed, has gone through the Senate handily and will likely breeze through the House. Those opposed to this legislation (among others): Kerry, Kennedy, Boxer, Biden, Byrd, Clinton, Leahy, Levin and Reid.

Question for Dude: prior to the election, you posted a series of reasons that you did not support Bush. One of those reasons was that Bush & Cheney were both part of the oil industry. Considering that Kerry voted nay on tort reform and, had Edwards been able to, he would have done the same; is having a ticket with two lawyers the same as having two oil men?

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