This Congress is simply not doing its job under Republican leadership.
President Clinton was able to achieve budget surpluses despite a divided government.
It's not just that families can't buy a home or start a business without some savings tucked away.
Bush may be a strong leader in the war on terrorism, but on budget deficits he is missing-in-action.
It took the first 204 years of our Nation's history to accumulate $1 trillion in debt. And now we are doing that every 2 or 3 years.
If we don't change, millions of American families are just one medical emergency, or one layoff, away from financial disaster and bankruptcy.
With our national savings rate well below one-percent, it is imperative that the government embrace innovative and cost-effective means of boosting personal savings.
While tax refunds amount to substantial income for many Americans, current IRS rules do not allow taxpayers to directly deposit their refund into more than one account.
Take the veto. Bush is the first president since James Garfield in 1881 not to veto a single bill. Garfield only had six months in office; Bush has had over four years.
Well, where is the money? Show me the money? Our allies have put up a few billion dollars, but the American taxpayer has been required to shoulder the burden of this war.