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OfflineKremlin
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An Insipiring Video
    #3251791 - 10/19/04 03:49 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Here

enjoy

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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3251807 - 10/19/04 03:54 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

:thumbup:


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3251883 - 10/19/04 04:19 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Preach it, brother!


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3252783 - 10/19/04 08:04 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Who was that, and what's his position?


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: adamj]
    #3252803 - 10/19/04 08:08 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Stud!


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: adamj]
    #3252813 - 10/19/04 08:13 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Tim Ryan, Democratic senator from ohio.

speaking about drafting internet rumors....against it

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--Richard Dawkins, "The Selfish Gene"

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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: druqks46]
    #3252817 - 10/19/04 08:15 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

WoW, the truth in your face...!


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: PhanTomCat]
    #3252942 - 10/19/04 08:45 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

The dude just went off! Sick. :yesnod:


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3253079 - 10/19/04 09:45 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

:thumbdown:
...more boring rhetoric...


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: ToTheSummit]
    #3253105 - 10/19/04 09:51 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

that wasnt boring rhetoric
it was damn awsome


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: notapillow]
    #3253158 - 10/19/04 10:02 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

I say again...
...more boring rhetoric...

Thats exactly what it is and I've grown weary of it. Sorry.


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: notapillow]
    #3253184 - 10/19/04 10:06 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

nice


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: ShroomFan]
    #3253270 - 10/19/04 10:20 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Nice rhetoric but there is no reason to think that there will be a draft-IMO


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3253337 - 10/19/04 10:32 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

the democrats introduced the draft bill, the republicans shot it down


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Turd]
    #3253905 - 10/20/04 12:24 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

everyone shot it down, including the person who brought the bill to congress.
i watched the debate/vote.
they talked alot about how this was the first time ever that the person who brought the bill up, didnt support it himself.

it was a demonstration to the public that there would be no draft.
they wanted to put down the debate.


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: BleaK]
    #3254961 - 10/20/04 05:55 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)


Open Letter to President George W. Bush


October 4, 2004


Dear Mr. President:


As professors of economics and business, we are concerned that U.S. economic
policy has taken a dangerous turn under your stewardship. Nearly every
major economic indicator has deteriorated since you took office in January
2001. Real GDP growth during your term is the lowest of any presidential
term in recent memory. Total non-farm employment has contracted and the
unemployment rate has increased. Bankruptcies are up sharply, as is our
dependence on foreign capital to finance an exploding current account
deficit. All three major stock indexes are lower now than at the time of
your inauguration. The percentage of
Americans in poverty has increased, real median income has declined, and
income inequality has grown.

The data make clear that your policy of slashing taxes ? primarily for those
at the upper reaches of the income distribution ? has not worked. The
fiscal reversal that has taken place under your leadership is so extreme
that it would have been unimaginable just a few years ago. The federal
budget surplus of over $200 billion that we enjoyed in the year 2000 has
disappeared, and we are now facing a massive annual deficit of over $400
billion. In fact, if transfers from the Social Security trust fund are
excluded, the federal deficit is even worse ? well in excess of a half a
trillion dollars this year alone. Although some members of your
administration have suggested that the mountain of new debt accumulated on
your watch is mainly the consequence of 9-11 and the war on terror, budget
experts know that this is simply false. Your economic policies have played a
significant role in driving this fiscal collapse. And the economic proposals
you have suggested for a potential second term ? from diverting Social
Security contributions into private accounts to making the recent tax cuts
permanent ? only promise to exacerbate the crisis by further narrowing the
federal revenue base.

These sorts of deficits crowd out private investment and are politically
addictive. They also place a heavy burden on monetary policy ? and create
additional pressure for higher interest rates ? by stoking inflationary
expectations. If your economic advisers are telling you that these deficits
can be defeated through further reductions in tax rates, then you need new
advisers. More robust economic growth could certainly help, but nearly every
one of your administration?s economic forecasts ? both before and after
9-11 ? has proved overly optimistic. Expenditure cuts could be part of the
answer, but your record so far has been one of increasing expenditures, not
reducing them.

What is called for, we believe, is a dramatic reorientation of fiscal
policy, including substantial reversals of your tax policy. Running a budget
deficit in response to a short bout of recession is one thing. But running
large structural deficits over a long period is something else entirely. We
therefore urge you to consider the fiscal realities we now face and the
substantial burden they are placing on our economy. We also urge you to
consider the distributional consequences of your policies. Under your
administration, the income gap between the most affluent Americans and
everyone else has widened. Although the latest data reveal that real
household incomes have dropped across the board since you took office, low
and middle income households have experienced steeper declines than upper
come households. To be sure, he general phenomenon of mounting inequality
preceded your dministration, but it has continued (and, by some accounts,
ntensified) over the past three and a half years.

Some degree of inequality is inherent in any free market economy, creating
positive incentives for economic and technological advancement. But when
inequality becomes extreme, it can be socially corrosive and economically
dysfunctional. Problems of this sort are visible throughout much of the
developing world. At the moment, the most commonly accepted measure of
inequality ? the so-called Gini coefficient ? is far higher in the United
States than in any other developed country and is continuing to move upward.
We don?t know where the breakpoint is for the U.S., but we would rather not
find out. With all due respect, we believe your tax policy has exacerbated
the problem of inequality in the United States, which has worrisome
implications for the economy as a whole. We very much hope you will take
this threat to our nation into account as you consider new fiscal approaches
to address the nation?s most pressing economic problems.

Sensible and farsighted economic management requires true discipline,
compassion, and courage ? not just slogans. Given the tenuous state of the
American economy, we believe that the time for an honest assessment of the
problem and for genuine corrective action is now. Ignoring the fiscal crisis
that has taken hold during your presidency may seem politically appealing in
the short run, but we fear it could ultimately prove disastrous. From a
policy standpoint, the clear message is that more of the same won?t work.
The warning signs are already visible, and it is incumbent upon all of us to
pay attention.

Respectfully submitted,

Francis Aguilar, Professor of Business Administration, Emeritus Harvard
Business School
Ramon J. Aldag, Glen A. Skillrud Family Chair in Business School of
Business, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Teresa M. Amabile, Edsel Bryant Ford Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School
Kenneth R. Andrews, David K. Donald Professor of Business Administration,
Emeritus Harvard Business School
James E. Austin, Eliot I. Snider and Family Professor of Business
Administration Harvard Business School
Joseph L. Badaracco, John Shad Professor of Business Ethics Harvard Business
School
Lotte Bailyn, T. Wilson (1953) Professor of Management MIT Sloan School of
Management
George P. Baker, Herman C. Krannert Professor of Business Administration
Harvard Business School
Louis B. Barnes, John D. Black Professor, Emeritus Harvard Business School James N. Baron, Walter Kenneth Kilpatrick Professor of Organizational
Behavior and Human Resources Graduate School of Business, Stanford
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Jean M. Bartunek, Robert A. and Evelyn J. Ferris Chair, Professor of
Organization Studies Carroll School of Management, Boston College Yehuda Bassock, Professor Marshall School of Business, University of
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Thomas A. Bausch, Professor College of Business Administration, Marquette
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Max H. Bazerman, Jesse Isidor Straus Professor of Business Administration
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"Human suffering has been caused because all too many of us cannot grasp that words are only tools for our use, and that the mere presence of a word in the dictionary does not mean it necessarily refers to something definitive in the real world"
--Richard Dawkins, "The Selfish Gene"

"It is the mind which creates the world about us, and even though we stand side by side in the same meadow, my eyes will never see what is beheld by yours."
-George Gissing

"Without a firm idea of himself and the purpose of his life, man cannot live, and would sooner destroy himself than remain on earth, even if he was surrounded by bread."
--Fyodor Dostoevsky


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Kremlin]
    #3255317 - 10/20/04 10:49 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

can you provide a link that proves this letter to be real? I'd like to believe it, but there's quite a few typos in there....


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: Turd]
    #3259318 - 10/21/04 05:40 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

well my father forwarded that to me, and i mentioned the spelling concern when i asked him where he got it. He told me that it arrived at his email from a friend, and reminded me that he often misspells things in emails, as we all do, and was probably copied and edited along while people added their names. The only reason i bring up his reassurance is that he himself is a fully tenured full professor at USC Keck school of medicine, and received it from a fellow colleague.

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"Human suffering has been caused because all too many of us cannot grasp that words are only tools for our use, and that the mere presence of a word in the dictionary does not mean it necessarily refers to something definitive in the real world"
--Richard Dawkins, "The Selfish Gene"

"It is the mind which creates the world about us, and even though we stand side by side in the same meadow, my eyes will never see what is beheld by yours."
-George Gissing

"Without a firm idea of himself and the purpose of his life, man cannot live, and would sooner destroy himself than remain on earth, even if he was surrounded by bread."
--Fyodor Dostoevsky


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: ToTheSummit]
    #3259437 - 10/21/04 06:57 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

It may be boring rhetoric to you but it isnt to most of the american public. they just still dont know this shit. they are dealing with what going on in survivor or who britney spears is fucking.


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Re: An Insipiring Video [Re: BanJankri]
    #3259881 - 10/21/04 11:41 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

BanJankri, so so so true. Great letter if it is indeed true.


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