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    OBAMA - another Liberal FAILURE

    In another display of what a massive failure this President has been, his transparent pathetic attempt at class warfare fails in the Senate where he has a majority!

    But even his own party members know that such idiot transparent attempts to fool gullibly stupid voters to elect Obama will do NOTHING to reign in the massive unprecedented spending binge this administration has been on over the last three years with a massive increase of $5 trillion debt and increasing exponentially and a massive unprecedented budget deficit exceeding trillions for every year of this Presidency.

    Obama lied his way into the White House much like his Democrat allies have by promising economic prosperity if his programs get implemented and by promising to cut the deficit in half his first term. But alas, now that he has been elected and his policies shown to be a massive failure, he resorts to petty personal attacks and the age old class envy arguments that all despots, dictators and Liberals have resorted to when their policies fail and they have no answers.

    Senate Rejects Obama’s ‘Buffett Rule’ on Taxes

    By a near party-line 51-45 tally, senators voted to keep the bill alive but fell nine votes short of the 60 needed to continue debating the measure. The anti-climactic outcome was no surprise to anyone in a vote that was designed more to win over voters and embarrass senators in close races than to push legislation into law.

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    But let's put this class envy argument in perspective; the "Buffet" rule would add about $45 billion over the next ten years to the Government coffers which would operate the current Government about ELEVEN HOURS!

    Yep folks, this is your pathetic Admonisher in Chief at work. While his Democrat cronies have not passed a budget in 1,111 days, he spends all his time touring America with his divisive class envy message over a rule that would operate the Government for ELEVEN HOURS.

    November cannot get here soon enough.

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    I agree, November cannot get here soon enough so we can finally put the bus back on the right track by Re-electing Obama and handing the House and Senate back to the Democrats.

    For your information the Buffet Rule Passed by a Party line majority, It was a Republican Filibuster that knocked it down... just like they have done with practically everything the Democrats have tried to pass. Taking us back to the same failed policies that Bush destroyed the economy with is not the direction most reasonable people want to go.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Xcaliber View Post
    I agree, November cannot get here soon enough so we can finally put the bus back on the right track by Re-electing Obama and handing the House and Senate back to the Democrats.
    I have to laugh at anyone thinking anything run by Democrats is "on track." Unless of course you like burying many future generations in massive debt, deficits of $1.3 trillion, a lackluster economic recovery that indicates we will have high unemployment and slow growth for the next decade unless anything changes and a President who spends most of his time spewing outrageous divisive partisan rhetoric that does anything BUT bring this great nation together so we can get this country back to work.

    The President represents the most massive failure of any leader we have seen in my lifetime, surpassing Carter even! But alas, there are the uninformed and gullible who think with their emotions rather than their brains and we re-elect this total buffoon believing that economic growth comes from massive Government intervention and not from the private sector; after all, look how well it worked for Europe right?

    I find it ironic that Liberals who lambasted George Bush for eight years over his deficits of $400 billion now desperately defend the massive $1.3 trillion deficits their party has spent us into after promising the American people in 2008 that they would be more fiscally responsible. These are the same Democrats who with majorities in the House and Senate along with the White House could not pass a single budget. These same Democrats who with majorities in the House and Senate along with the White House could not pass their beloved tax increases they now suddenly clamor for when in the minority.

    But alas, we know why; because Democrats don't give a rats buttocks about what is good for the nation, just how to stay in power by spewing their laughably idiotic partisan rhetoric to gullible uninformed Americans who think that they can get something for nothing and believe in the completely asinine ideology that becoming dependent wards of the state is somehow a good idea.

    It is the same irony that Liberals wallow in when they claim that more Government is good; BUT only if THIER guys are in charge. The same HYPOCRISY that claims it is “partisan” to criticize this President but it was your patriotic duty when Bush was in charge.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xcaliber View Post
    For your information the Buffet Rule Passed by a Party line majority, It was a Republican Filibuster that knocked it down
    I stand corrected; you are right, Democrats never do and couldn't even put together a budget since 2008. Thank you for highlighting another massive failure of the Democrat left.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xcaliber View Post
    ... just like they have done with practically everything the Democrats have tried to pass.
    There you go again; trying to re-write the historic record. Yet in 2008 until they were rightly voted out in 2010 they passed every beloved spending program they wanted. They spent so much that they buried us in an additional $5 trillion of debt and an $800 billion (over $1 trillion when you add interest on the debt) on their beloved "stimulus" program which many on my side KNEW would do nothing to make the economy better and with little or no results to show for it.

    You have to brain dead to make claims like this in a vacuum of truth or the facts or just be outright lying; which is it for you? You do remember Democrats had TOTAL control of the legislature and Executive branch in 2008 right?

    I can see why you would continue to support a divisive total buffoon like Obama. He needs the uninformed to stay elected.

    Quote Originally Posted by Xcaliber View Post
    Taking us back to the same failed policies that Bush destroyed the economy with is not the direction most reasonable people want to go.
    Once again you would be wrong; but at least as is typified by Obama supporters, consistent.

    Bush's policies had NOTHING to do with the massive mortgage collapse and I challenge you to find ONE credible fact or policy he put in place in his eight years that was directly attributed to it.

    The mortgage collapse was in the making long before Bush came into office and when Republicans attempted to reign in the massive corruption of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mack and the loose policies that allowed millions to obtain massive loans they could not possibly ever pay back, they were accused of racism.

    Yes there was greed involved, but with PRIVATE enterprises they rightly go bankrupt and those who funded their greed rightly lose money. Unlike the Government who can continue to fail and massively spend without any oversight and will continue to do more of the same as long as gullible Americans are duped into electing politicians who thumb their nose at the Constitution and the actual role the Federal Government plays which is supposed to be limited to Defense and administration of laws, not providing for every single American citizen and trying to make life risk free from stupid decisions ignorant people will tend to make.

    Here's the video from 2004 when this alarming trend was becoming apparent and which Democrats attacked in the hearings even attacking the regulator assigned to watch over Freddie Mack and Fannie Mae; watch and become informed rather than parrot the idiot partisan talking points of the DNC:

    Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac Hearings 2004 - YouTube

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    Bush's policies had NOTHING to do with the massive mortgage collapse and I challenge you to find ONE credible fact or policy he put in place in his eight years that was directly attributed to it.
    No one president or legislation is to blame. It was more a culture over the last 20-30 years. With this said, Bush did enact legislation that was part of this culture. The American Dream Downpayment Initiative was just one. NeighborWorks America. Bush was all for easy homeownership and did contribute to the mortgage collapse.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Truth Detector View Post
    I have to laugh at anyone thinking anything run by Democrats is "on track." Unless of course you like burying many future generations in massive debt, deficits of $1.3 trillion, a lackluster economic recovery that indicates we will have high unemployment and slow growth for the next decade unless anything changes and a President who spends most of his time spewing outrageous divisive partisan rhetoric that does anything BUT bring this great nation together so we can get this country back to work.
    I went ahead and deleted your other far right talking points considering one is enough to make me laugh out loud.

    It's proven through history that what the Republican party is trying to do now , something they did just a few short years ago, Does not and will not work to bring this economy back online. Take a look at what's going on in Europe right now and you'll get a sneak peak at what it's going to look like come November. people all over the world are sick and tired of the Conservative Austerity Movement. Taking Money out of the economy now will simply drive us deeper into a recession. Romney wants to take us back to the same failed policies of the Bush era and worse. As of now the economy is slowly coming around, and would come back a lot sooner if the Ignorant Tea Party Republicans would allow Obama to actually pass some of his Policy . The Current Republican House and Senate started on day one of Obama's term with their plan to defeat him in 2012, so don't even try to spread the lies of Obama being the divisive one.

    If you really think Romney can get people back to work you are more brainwashed by rhetoric than you know. You should really stop listening to Fox News and look around at the real facts. You might be surprised just how wrong you are.
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    i agree with you, we need to think a lot about that

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