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Jan 1, 2014 00:15:25   #
Blurryeyed Loc: NC Mountains.
 
MyPharo wrote:
Finger Pointing ..


That's kinda funny a democrat complaining about the debt... I guess that you have not been paying attention to the last few years...

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Jan 1, 2014 00:16:55   #
bvm Loc: Glendale, Arizona
 
If Biden ever got or had a brain he'd be really dangerous.

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Jan 1, 2014 07:33:08   #
MyPharo Loc: New Jersey
 
You can ignore Facts. Both parties have done wrong over the years .. Just seems the REPUBLICANS have refined it to an Art .. Crushing the Middle Class and poor .. Robin Hood in reverse .. "The rich get richer and the middle class poorer" ...





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Jan 1, 2014 07:58:50   #
bull drink water Loc: pontiac mi.
 
ace-mt wrote:
People who believe that the government is taking too much money out of the economy, and the federal government is overstepping its bounds, were certainly not being represented. The GOP adopted a strategy of triangulation where they put up candidates who were only slightly to the right of even the most liberal Democrats. We need some Conservatives who recognize the danger that a seventeen trillion dollar debt poses to this country.


what about all the money that the lobbyest took out of the economy and put in the pockets of politicians.

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Jan 1, 2014 12:13:42   #
bvm Loc: Glendale, Arizona
 
The ultra-rich have done extremely well, over the last six years, with a democRAT senate and president.

How do you explain that?

I don't know how those republicans do it!

Just for your own edification, there are more democRAT millionaires than there are republican millionaires.

HOW'S THAT GRAB YOU?

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Jan 1, 2014 12:26:54   #
bvm Loc: Glendale, Arizona
 
Oblame-O is a great speech giver, that's where it ends,

He blames everyone else!

He ignores everything!

He denies everything!

He accept NO responsibility, for anything.

He is not accountable for anything.

HE IS A LIAR.

HE IS A PHONY.

He, single handedly, is destroying the democrat party.

He has a track history of pure, unadulterated DUPLICITY.

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Jan 1, 2014 12:46:03   #
MyPharo Loc: New Jersey
 
YEP .. Obama has done nothing....RIGHT!! And the REPUBLICANS have only done everything in there power to NOT help him during his presidency .. So few seem to forget that as Bush was leaving office . the Country was on the verge of a Depression .. and the deficit was skyrocketing. Due to a War that should NEVER have been started, and based totally on False W.O.M.D. claims and to this day never found .. and By many Actions of the REPUBLICAN party .. As the Rich got Richer as the Majority of Americans slipped back into near poverty. Many became part of the millions of working poor. You Do not see the USA in a Depression now . and I DO NOT think it was with any Great Help from the REPUBLICAN Party whom it looks like did every thing it could do to HELP the RICH and continue the assault on the needy and working poor .



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Jan 1, 2014 12:48:17   #
Regis Loc: Coeur d' Alene, Idaho
 
MyPharo wrote:
YEP .. Obama has done nothing....RIGHT!! And the REPUBLICANS have only done everything in there power to NOT help him during his presidency .. So few seem to forget that as Bush was leaving office . the Country was on the verge of a Depression .. and the deficit was skyrocketing. Due to a War that should NEVER have been started, and based totally on False W.O.M.D. claims and to this day never found .. and By many Actions of the REPUBLICAN party .. As the Rich got Richer as the Majority of Americans slipped back into near poverty. Many became part of the millions of working poor. You Do not see the USA in a Depression now . and I DO NOT think it was with any Great Help from the REPUBLICAN Party whom it looks like did every thing it could do to HELP the RICH and continue the assault on the needy and working poor .
YEP .. Obama has done nothing....RIGHT!! And the ... (show quote)


Well said.

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Jan 1, 2014 12:51:38   #
MyPharo Loc: New Jersey
 
Interesting list of the things the "Do Nothing" President OBAMA has done in his 2 terms so far ..


http://www.addictinginfo.org/2013/02/15/a-long-list-of-president-obamas-accomplishments-with-citations/





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Jan 1, 2014 12:54:59   #
Blurryeyed Loc: NC Mountains.
 
MyPharo wrote:
YEP .. Obama has done nothing....RIGHT!! And the REPUBLICANS have only done everything in there power to NOT help him during his presidency .. So few seem to forget that as Bush was leaving office . the Country was on the verge of a Depression .. and the deficit was skyrocketing. Due to a War that should NEVER have been started, and based totally on False W.O.M.D. claims and to this day never found .. and By many Actions of the REPUBLICAN party .. As the Rich got Richer as the Majority of Americans slipped back into near poverty. Many became part of the millions of working poor. You Do not see the USA in a Depression now . and I DO NOT think it was with any Great Help from the REPUBLICAN Party whom it looks like did every thing it could do to HELP the RICH and continue the assault on the needy and working poor .
YEP .. Obama has done nothing....RIGHT!! And the ... (show quote)


Your post is so elementary that it is hardly worth responding to other than to state that if you trace the roots of the housing crisis and the economic fallout that followed it all traces back to democrat policies, yes that is right, democrat policies that were either initiated or expanded under Clinton and then embraced by Bush with the Democrats in congress cheering him along, when the republicans in congress warned that things were getting out of hand it was the democrats who claimed that no..... there is nothing to worry about that the republicans were making noise about nothing... Yes, Bush policies aided and abetted but democrat for stalwarts such as yourself to deny the democrats role in the events that lead to our recession is intellectually bankrupt and plainly ignorant.

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Jan 1, 2014 13:07:04   #
bvm Loc: Glendale, Arizona
 
I think if Bush had veto'd and said "I will not negotiate" for the last 2 years of his second admin. we would not be in the mess we're in.

The dems controlled ALL of the senate and the house from 2006 to 2010. That's where the problem was .

From 2009 to 2010, two years only one thing mattered to BO, and that's the ACA, NOT JOBS!

The stimulus was a total failure.

To date, nothing has worked for these amateurs and it isn't getting any better.

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Jan 1, 2014 13:41:12   #
MyPharo Loc: New Jersey
 
The problem is that the REPUBLICAN party did all it could to try to make this President Fail... I am not pulling the race card but let me tell you . Smells like it. They spent more time on trying to Undermine him and not to try to help or offer ideas to get this country back on track .. I keep hearing them talk about the poor sucking the life out of this country via welfare and entitlements such as SS .. when in fact it is the Rich and Mega companies that are the largest recipients of corporate welfare
http://reclaimdemocracy.org/corporate-welfare-tax-breaks-subsidies

I believe it is no less disingenuous when we as one of the richest countries in the world do not have a stable and affordable health care for our citizens. The REPUBLICANS did every thing in there power to fight it. Not even trying to offer offer a solution.





Blurryeyed wrote:
Your post is so elementary that it is hardly worth responding to other than to state that if you trace the roots of the housing crisis and the economic fallout that followed it all traces back to democrat policies, yes that is right, democrat policies that were either initiated or expanded under Clinton and then embraced by Bush with the Democrats in congress cheering him along, when the republicans in congress warned that things were getting out of hand it was the democrats who claimed that no..... there is nothing to worry about that the republicans were making noise about nothing... Yes, Bush policies aided and abetted but democrat for stalwarts such as yourself to deny the democrats role in the events that lead to our recession is intellectually bankrupt and plainly ignorant.
Your post is so elementary that it is hardly worth... (show quote)





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Jan 1, 2014 14:45:48   #
bob44044 Loc: Ohio
 
Democrats=







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Jan 1, 2014 15:32:13   #
Blurryeyed Loc: NC Mountains.
 
bob44044 wrote:
Democrats=


The republicans offered solutions but the dems flatly stated that they were not interested, I hear the noise you are making as if the republicans are the root of all evil, but I will remind you of the democratic congress (2006-2010) that did nothing to correct the problems that you highlight in our Tax Code, I also offer you this direct quote from the article that you linked....

Quote:
‘It’s not about tax policy, it’s about benefiting the political class and the well-connected and the well-heeled in this country,’ Said Senator Tom Coburn of Oklahoma.

The Senate approved tax benefits for Whirlpool and a host of other corporations early on New Year’s Day, a couple of hours after the ball dropped over Times Square and champagne corks began popping. A smorgasbord of 43 business and energy tax breaks, collectively worth $67 billion this year, was packed into the emergency tax legislation that avoided the so-called “fiscal cliff.’’
‘It’s not about tax policy, it’s about benefiting ... (show quote)


Last time I looked Tom Coburn is a republican and the Senate which approved the tax benefits for Whirlpool and other's is run by the democrats... So, I am not so sure what the basis of your screed is...

Hey, I am a conservative and I say just get rid of all the tax incentives and subsidies... all of them, if it is not a legitimate expense then they pay taxes on it.... but even simpler and more effective just get rid of corporate taxes all together and replace them with a VAT tax that no one escapes.

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Jan 1, 2014 15:45:22   #
Samuraiz Loc: Central Florida
 
Larrymbst wrote:
You are really stupid. The majority of the country understood that shutting down the government was a bad idea and a Republican idea. Notice the popularity of the tea party and the Repubs after the shutdown. You
can blame the Pres for many things but shutting down the government was not one of them ..Then again it's like talking to wool!


Jay Carney and MSNBC said that. That Majority of the American People did not say that.

The President said that he would not negotiate about the ACA. I'm sure he now regrets that decision.

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