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  • agolferbogie agolferbogie Jan 31, 2013 11:35 AM Flag

    According to Democrats now, "we don't have a spending problem" Who knew, but;..

     

    It is difficult to view America’s financial situation with any optimism these days. We are increasingly becoming a nation of people dependent on the government to take care of us as opposed to nation of rugged individuals. The WWII generation has been called the greatest with good reason. It is becoming increasingly suspect that our financial system has been rigged to fail. This is particularly true when it comes to entitlement spending.

    Currently our federal budget allows 70% of funds to be directed at welfare programs that create and reinforce dependency.

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    • booooger who resides side by side in the same head as hawfaeces is equally stooopid as haw(no surprise) tries to resurrect the old bagger self pitying lie that the country has deteriorated to a nation of EVIL non producers as if boooger ever was anything but a welfare bum- talk about a fairy tale- an evil one at that - posts like this simply stink up the board and the day when the baggers disappear from the face of the earth because of their stooopidity isn't very far off

 
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