warrl said:<Bush opted for the former.>Gotta disagree there. He paid off the first batch of the chits held by his corporate backers, who were eager to get their hands on the spending bulge created by people realizing, "$300/$600? Too small to make a difference in my life, might as well blow it."<The alleged future recipients, on the other hand, had best not rely on it, because it will start having to draw down its "trust fund" before long - and its "trust fund" is 100% invested in the government's ability to tax, which is exactly the same as its current income.>Wow! what a crystal clear explanation of the reason we're seeing that train headlight at the end of the tunnel!kls
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