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This Graph Says it All: “Spending is the Problem”

DeliaGriffin Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:04 AM
government for about eight days. Put simply, the day of reckoning is nearly upon us (despite the actions of a certain leader which might suggest otherwise) and every freedom-loving American should be concerned.
DeliaGriffin Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:05 AM
Republicans speak of a dependent class? Don't these buffoons realize America was built by a dependent class. Don't these Republicans realize the Southern economy depended on slave labor. And just as the dependent class of today; those slaves paid no income taxes.
DeliaGriffin Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:04 AM
They no longer believe in miracles. They know times are hard, the country has many challenges, issues are complex and difficult, there is no one shining path.

NEVERTHELESS they supported the man who has slogged through the trenches, who has tried his very best, who is a man of compassion and character. I truly think this vote reflects great courage and resolve on the part of the American people.
DeliaGriffin Wrote: Dec 14, 2012 12:04 AM
The Republicans have come full circle. This is the screed posted by Republicans when 'Bubba' Clinton was president. They said the Department of Education should be abolished. Guess what happened when George W. Bush became president, Denny Hastert(R) was speaker of the House and Trent Lott(R) was Senate Majority Leader? THEY DOUBLED IT!

They then concoct a story like "We came to Washington and Washington changed us."

What a crock! They came to Washington with their core values intact and engorged themselves on the teat of government sow. Watch what people do, not what they say.

Anyone who believes that the president’s proposed tax hikes on “the rich” will save our country from insolvency is grossly mistaken, and should begin to educate themselves by examining the graph below. Whoa:

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This isn’t the least bit surprising, of course. We’ve seen this coming for a very long time. Barring major cuts to entitlement spending the country will go bankrupt. It’s not a possibility -- it’s an absolute certainty. Which is why I find all the “negotiations” surrounding raising taxes on...