"Hail Bush":
a Roman salute for a born again emperor?

Nipawin - Tuesday, March 19, 2002 - by: Mario deSantis


"There ought to be limits to freedom"

George W. Bush



"There are reminders to all Americans that they need to watch what they say, watch what they do, and this is not a time for remarks like that; there never is."

Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman




The Competitive Free Market is becoming more unfree as big corporations are continuing to merge in order to realize the efficiencies of the Free Market place. The efficiencies of big corporations and governments are proven by the so called cost and benefit studies. The cost and benefit studies always provide the best solutions to satisfy business needs in the same way as a cat uses the litter to satisfy its needs.



No Fault

It was sometime ago that we made fun of the No Fault insurance approach of the Saskatchewan government only to realize later that this No Fault approach was endemic in any governmental activity. I was astonished when I found out that then governor George Bush was the biggest promoter of No Fault for the State of Texas.


We have identified the Free Competitive Market as evolving in accordance to its own correlational predictions, and we can now understand why this market has become a shame of an oligopolistic system. A No Fault approach to government or business is conceptually equivalent (or correlated) to the business predictions used by big corporations and their friendly politicians.


The Bush administration is further weakening its social responsibilities as today all the governmental lawsuits arising from the violations of the Clinton's Clean Air Act are being stalled as Bush is proposing a bushy program called "Clear Sky" that mandates both bushist and private efforts to clear the sky from green house emissions.

good cop
bad cop

As Europe is waking up to the Bush's call of "you are with us or against us" so Europe is reciprocally responding to president Bush "you are with us or against us." In fact, Bush's envoy general Anthony Zinni is trying to bring peace in the Middle East while at the same time vice-president Dick Cheney is lobbying to wage war against Iraq. Top cop George Bush has a "good cop and bad cop" policy to police the world and he will bring peace as we will all goose step and salute "Hail Bush."
  Pertinent articles published in Ensign
  EPA Will Ease Coal Plant Rules. Incentives to Replace Pollution Lawsuits, by Eric Pianin and Dan Morgan, Washington Post Staff Writers, March 18, 2002; http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A42310-2002Mar17.html