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    Bush Administration Hides More Data, Shuts Down Website Trac

    Bush Administration Hides More Data, Shuts Down Website Tracking U.S. Economic Indicators

    The U.S. economy is faltering. Family debt is on the rise, benefits are disappearing, the deficit is skyrocketing, and the mortgage crisis has worsened. Conservatives have attempted to deflect attention from the crisis, by blaming the media’s negative coverage and insisting the United States is not headed toward a recession, despite what economists are predicting.

    The Bush administration’s latest move is to simply hide the data. Forbes has awarded EconomicIndicators.gov one of its “Best of the Web
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    The Bush administration’s latest move is to simply hide the data.
    This is nothing new.

    Oh, you should have seen the make over the Texas Department of Education's website received, when Bush was running for his first term as president. You couldn't access any of the data because of all edged renovations. He didn't want you to see the children that were left behind, or how his statewide evaluation test Texas Assessment of Academic Skills (TAAS) was below national standard. If you didn't pass that test, you didn't graduate. A fifth grade level test. Harvard evaluated it.

    He will go down in history as the worst American President.

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