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Obama Lied, Crowley’s Cred Died.

Beachgoer Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 12:56 PM
I am just outraged at what is considered mainstream media. They picked on everything of George Bush. They kept harping we are going into a recession until finally we did. Now the president can do no wrong, everyone who opposes this policy is a racist. Gas prices were made to sound like the sky was falling in 2008 and now we hear crickets. Food prices are rising by the hour and again, crickets. Candy Crowley is just one example of an epidemic problem with the mainstream media. Anyone notice news on Newsweek this past week? Maybe more liberal outlets will fall.
08hayabusa Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 1:06 PM
Lets not forget the quantitative easing and the devaluing of our currency that it caused. Our money isn't worth anymore than Monopoly money.

Who ever thought they would see the day that $4.00 a gallon gasoline would be the new normal or that a V-8 Mustang would cost $40,000 dollars?

OBAMANOMICS!
Patricia742 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 2:18 PM
I hope senior citizens are aware that this de-valuing will cause terrible inflation. It will be very painful on a fixed income. Also the medicare premiums are going to more than double in 2014. Obamacare must be repealed if we seniors are to survive.
ericynot Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 6:37 PM
hayabusa,

Where the heck do you live? A V8 Mustang GT turning out 420 HP is listed on Ford's website at $30,300. What do you care anyway? Your bike will beat any stock Mustang made.

And the $4 gas will go back down when they stop burning down refineries all over the place.

I've made a lot of money investing in foreign currencies because the value of the dollar has been steadily declining. Most of that windfall came in the Bush years, although the trend most certainly has not reversed.

President Obama’s lie at the debate--that he made an early call the Benghazi attack was terror-- was petty and ludicrous.

It was petty because, as a semantic dispute, it grasped brief advantage that necessarily had to yield to inevitable fact-checking. It was ludicrous because, as a matter of history, it pretended two weeks of vehement, contradictory spin from the administration never happened.

When Mitt Romney challenged Obama on his failure to admit the Benghazi massacre was terrorism, the president threw down a startling gauntlet: He had indeed called the attack an act...