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  • falcons1133 falcons1133 Jan 25, 2012 11:16 AM Flag

    OBAMA still Chanting "SOAK the RICH"?

    Three times the fool, I guess. Maybe this time he will be successful, NOT!

    How bout some real change, like much needed Tax Reform? You know like lowering rates for everyone and eliminating loopholes. Oh wait, that would require common sense, which of course is not the Obama way.

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    • No soak the rich message at all from Obama last night. However, with all the GOP attacks against Mitt Romney’s tax return and the fact Mitt is paying 15% taxes, you can tell lots of GOP is becoming socialist pigs envying the rich.

    • And, every one of those Prog "social justice" schemes needs to be reformed to be in line with what we can pay for within the boundaries of receipts; some of those social justice schemes may need to be eliminated.

      Barack Hussein Obama II and his comrades in the HOR and the Senate continue to ignore all the damage being done by their schemes. From the reality report from Barack Hussein Obama II's commission: >>Over the long run, as the baby boomers retire and health care costs continue to grow, the situation will become far worse. By 2025 revenue will be able to finance only interest payments, Medicare, Medicaid, and Social Security. Every other federal government activity – from national defense and homeland security to transportation and energy – will have to be paid for with borrowed money. Debt held by the public will outstrip the entire American economy, growing to as much as 185 percent of GDP by 2035. Interest on the debt could rise to nearly $1 trillion by 2020. These mandatory payments – which buy absolutely no goods or services – will squeeze out funding for all other priorities.<< - Report of the National Commission on Fiscal Responsibility and Reform December/2010

      There are not enough "rich" to pay for that pile of Prog crap.

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