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Ginger12 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 8:11 AM
Maybe you should enroll in an economics class yourself as you definitely are lacking any knowledge of how businesses work. The Tea Party was not born because a black man got into the White House, we couldn't care less what color he is ...black, brown, yellow, white, orange, or purple. The Tea parties were organized because of the bail outs, the growing unsustainable debt, and the way Congress spends the tax payer dollars. Reaganomics did not get us into this mess....a date that you should remember is JANUARY 3, 2007....that date is the day that the Democrats got the majority in both houses .... they then put Barney Frank over Fannie and Freddie and Chris Dodd over the financial committee....and where did our losses accrue? Fannie
Hawker 1 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 8:15 AM
Ginger , there is no reason to reply to henery. It is pure spam . It is funny because it thinks it is making someone change their mind and support such trash.
Ginger12 Wrote: Dec 10, 2012 8:13 AM
and Freddie and the banks and Wall Street. Romney was right when he said that there should be no business too big to fail...that the auto industries and banks should have gone through bankruptcy....(which GM did anyways, but only after it received billions of dollars of bailout), it would have hurt some, but it would not hurt as much as what is going to happen to America with the continued spending, tax increases, Bush tax terminations, etc. You see, you are listening to the hype....all of these things will affect you and me....not only the rich. Having run my own business in the black for years without a bailout, I can clealy see you have no business experience and no clue just like the Democrats.

Having dealt with queries about whether I hate Republicans and whether my views have changed on anything, the newest edition of “Question of the Week” asks for my opinion about Senator DeMint moving over to become President of the Heritage Foundation.

Variants of this question came from several people, perhaps because folks know that I spent more than 15 years working for Heritage.

The short answer is that I think DeMint’s move generally is a good thing.

But first, the bad news. It is unfortunate that Senator DeMint no longer will be in...