Cheney's health is not so great and will wear thin by next election. One reason you don't see him much (especially during this last election) was that he could not keep up with the campaigning needed. Cheney, I believe, will step down and not run again as VP. Rather he will be in an advisory capacity (less so than now) for Bush. Powell is the logical choice and this will also allow him to avoid the "never been in an elected office" comments when he runs for office himself.
[This message has been edited by Baldar (edited November 11, 2002).]
wow, this thread has done a wonderful job of stating the obvious and re-interpreting history over again.
main points of thread(and some from the other) 1. Demand sparks supply, consequent regulating of supply can affect demand, vica-versa.
2. People with equal voting rights but unequal taxation will have problems with it, no matter what their income. Blocks of these people will come together to skew the uneven taxation as adversely affecting the economy. If you disagree with this, take a look at the way both sides spin the issue.
3. Yeah, we're going to war, after today, no one here can muddle THAT up anymore.
4. The Republicans are going to screw America with the unilateral war that the UN thought it would stop with its compromise resolution.