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Obama's Corporate Fool

dcote963 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 3:59 AM
I know for at least part of the time that Bush was in office the Democrats had both the House and the Senate. How come they didn't do anything about it then?
james55 Wrote: Dec 29, 2012 6:24 AM
Because demonrats are never about less spending. Clinton benefited from two things: a roaring economy and a Republican led Congress that actually provided leadership. Republicans did drop the ball during the Bush era. The tax cuts were not to blame it was the spending that got them in trouble. However the crisis we now face is the result primarily of Obama and Harry Reid who have not passed a budget in four years. What people don't understand is higher taxes don't provide more revenue but less. The result will be even higher deficits in the future. Obama plays political games and sacrifices the American economy in the process. Limbaugh nailed it when he titled his book The Great Destroyer.

“Jim Jett always used to say that his brother was the damndest scoundrel that was ever borne,” drawled Abraham Lincoln, “but by the infinite mercy of providence he was also the damndest fool.”

Jeffrey Immelt, the modern version of Jim Jett’s brother and Chief Executive Officer of General Electric, should be fired.

Actually, if it’s possible, he should be fired twice: once because he’s a scoundrel and another time because he’s a fool.

As a fool and as a scoundrel, the guy has wonderful timing; timing that can only be attributed to the vast Left-Wing conspiracy that aims...