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Don't Blame Romney

HenryAgincourt Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:31 AM
REAL LESSONS FROM THE ELECTION #1---The FOX NEWS WHITE MASS-PSYCHOSIS can no longer win national elections! And more and more states elections are becoming problematic. #2---For the first time, we have AN EXAMPLE OF TRICKLE-DOWN ECONOMICS WORKING! The wealthiest one-percent of Americans, who hold 50% of the nation’s wealth, spent almost $1 billion of personal money on TV ads to defeat President Obama. This money, normally squirreled away in Swiss bank accounts, the Cayman Islands etc, was spent in the good-old USA stimulating our economy. Shocking! Their ROI was zero or negative! #3---The Citizens United decision, where the Supreme Court declared, “ALL THE FREE SPEECH MONEY CAN BUY,” led to Republicans picking their worst possible
NullifyNow Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 8:46 AM
Henry

The biggest lesson:

No matter how corrupt the 1 percent may or may not be it does not excuse the Democratic Party rank and file from their criminal behavior (plunder the wealth of others to give to themselves).

I'm in the same boat as most of these malcontents in the Democratic Party who vote for candidates who promise to rob Americans. But though I'm in the same economic boat they are, how is it I don't join in with their criminal worldview?

It is because I have morals. I seek virtue. I have chosen to not covet.

In other words, I am a decent human being. There are many of us out here. We just got silenced on Tuesday. But we won't go away.

Truth never dies.
HenryAgincourt Wrote: Nov 08, 2012 10:28 AM
Dear Nullify,

From George Washington to Jimmy Carter, our national debt never exceeded $1 trillion, including WWII and LBJ'sGreat Society, THEN Republicans discovered TAXCUT-AND-SPEND Reaganomics; you won elections; and our national debt went to $4 trillion after Reagan and $12 tillion after Idiot43. So who spent our children's and grandchildren's money and future?

It wasn't your money, free-loading Virtuous One!

Sincerely,
Henry V at Agincourt



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