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  • fbi4hire fbi4hire Dec 28, 2012 4:25 PM Flag

    Obama: The Legacy

    Is it possible for Obama to intentional make it difficult for Congress to compromise? Does he want the economy to fall of the cliff so he can name the next rescue package with his name engraved on it?

    I hope this Sunday's meeting is not just about Congress Counter Attack to being accused of not doing their job to keep the economy afloat.

    The children in Capitol Hill really lost their sense or responsible when they let their personal issues blind them with pride and political($) kick-back.

    As an American, I hope to be totally wrong with my "opinions" and personal observations.

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    • A legacy is AFTER someone is not there any longer -
      Where did the fiscal cliff come from????
      Since President Reagan, the GOP contributed over $9 trillion to the deficit. President George W. Bush contributed $6 trillion as a result of two wars. No weapons of mass destruction were ever found. Remember when President Clinton handed President Bush a surplus to pay down the deficit?
      President Obama inherited the interest on the deficit handed to him by President Bush. In addition, he inherited the two ongoing wars that cost over $3 trillion during his first term, plus interest.
      It's payback time for the GOP to tax the rich who made billions in profits as a result of those wars. Under the GOP administrations, more millionaires and billionaires were created.

      Sentiment: Strong Sell

    • obama , like his kenyan communist father, hates capitalism,wall street, bankers and people of European descent.

 
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