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  • bjspokanimal bjspokanimal May 22, 2012 11:00 AM Flag

    Obama: Massive Deficits, No Jobs...

    ... and our national debt as a percentage of GDP is right in there at about the same level as Europe's "PIIGS" countries.

    Meanwhile, the U.S. Senate hasn't passed a budget in YEARS, and Obama isn't lifting ONE FINGER to get the democrats in the Senate to pass one.

    Investment capital is fleeing our country... investment capital that we need HERE to create AMERICAN companies and AMERICAN jobs.

    Facebook's Brazilian founder took his $3 billion from facebook's IPO and moved to Singapore... we NEED that $3 billion HERE to build businesses and create jobs.

    Singapore has the EXACT OPPOSITE philosophy on how to govern a country as Obama has... and they have low taxes, 2.5% unemployment and more millionaires per capita than any country on earth. Paul Ryan wants to govern America like Singapore does.

    Obama wants to govern the U.S. the way Greece and Italy govern THEIR countries... Obama supports the same kinds of constituenies in the U.S. as Greece has rioting in their streets in oposition of what they all know is their only chance to turn their country around.

    Our equivalent of Greece's rioters is the Occupy Wall Street movement... Occupy Wall Street is referred to as the "99-percenters" because 99% of them support Obama.

    If we elect Obama to run the U.S. for another 4 years, what will happen?.......

    .... Greece will happen, people... Greece.

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