The last time I checked Carter and ARAFAT have Nobel prizes. But to make you
happy here are some winners who support Bush, as if a Nobel prize matters.
Robert Mundell, Columbia University - 1999
Robert Lucas, U. of Chicago - 1995
Milton Friedman, U. of Chicago (now retired) - 1976
James Buchanan, George Mason U. - 1986
Vernon Smith, George Mason U. - 2002
Myron Scholes, Stanford University - 1997
Gary Becker, U. of Chicago - 1992
Heres a nice quote from one of the 10 who support Kerry.
Paul Samuelson referring to those killed by Mao in China- "people who would
probably have starved to death anyway without the necessary economic
Just from glancing at the list of 10 over half of these guys were
Clintonites!!! Would you expect them to support Bush? At least do a little
looking at an article and get answers for YOURSELF instead of being
spoonfed. Garbage in garbage out ya know.
You seem to have missed my question to you regarding Soros' comments about
Bush and the Nazis. Ill give you the benfit of the doubt and assume you
forgot to answer.
Post by Reza Ganjavi (www.rezamusic.com)
Chip, the problem for you is that not only Soros wants Kerry to win, so do
some of the top scientists and top economists. OK Soros is a fool in your
opinion but you can use that reasoning only so far. I am sure your next line
is going to be these scientists and economists are fools too. Then I'm gonno
worry that maybe you're the fool. And I'm gonno worry that maybe more Bush
supporters like you are fools. I don't know!
Scientists Hit Campaign Trail for Kerry
Thu Sep 30, 7:22 PM ET
By AMY LORENTZEN, Associated Press Writer
DES MOINES, Iowa - Mixing science and politics, Nobel laureates and former
presidential advisers are heading to campaign battleground states with a
message that George W. Bush is no friend of scientists and should be
replaced by John Kerry (news - web sites).
'The Democratic presidential nominee released a letter from the economists
saying the Bush administration had "embarked on a reckless and extreme
course that endangers the long-term economic health of our nation". They
cited "poorly designed" tax cuts that instead of creating jobs have turned
budget surpluses into enormous budget deficits, a "fiscal irresponsibility
threatens the long-term economic security and prosperity of our nation." '
"CONCORD, N.H. - The head of the Environmental Protection Agency (news - web
sites) for two Republican presidents criticized President Bush (news - web
sites)'s record on Monday, calling it a "polluter protection" policy."