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Obama on Foreign Policy: Tax the Rich

Eric1945 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 9:24 AM
Excellent article Ransom. Always telling it like it is... like it really is. Obama came into office almost four years ago with support like no other before him. Instead all we ended up with was a missed opportunity, an historic blunder which has put race relations in this country back decades and a national debt that our grandchildren will be passing down to their children. This is the price we pay for electing an inexperienced and naive man with no readily apparent personal history and a chip on his shoulder for all that is American. Fool me once, shame on you... fool me twice...
comsense08 Wrote: Oct 20, 2012 10:22 AM
.... and this is what we get for leaving him in there when it is plainly obvious he is doing harm to this nation. We are all to blame for that. We sit and complain, but do nothing. We should have had millions in protest in Washington. That seems to impress this president when it's done in other nations.

As we run up to the final debate- this one on foreign policy- the establishment media hopes that it will be a defining moment in the Obama presidency.

But we already know that Obama’s speech- disguised as a debate- will contain nothing new.

His foreign policy will be based on a simple premise:

“If the rich were taxed at the same rates they were half a century ago,” said Obama senior advisor David Plouffe last year, “they’d be paying in over $350 billion more this year alone, which translates into trillions...

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