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Riddle Me This Obama: If Healthcare Costs are Our Problem, What Was Obamacare About?

hmiller Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 9:06 AM
But, but the deficit has gone down every year since the all time record of W.orst Bush's last disaster. Yeah, after Clinton gave W. a budget surplus with continuing surpluses "as far as the eye can see."
twfox Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 11:49 AM
Way to go h.m.!---it' refreshing to hear a voice of sanity in the midst of this ignorant babble----obviously TRUE conservative! has a problem with facts, and history is meaningless. I am 72 yo and remember that when mediacare first became law of the land, the same dire warnings were made. Try and take medicare away from a current recipient and listen to the howls of displesure (even from the staunchest conservatives!!!)
oldguy52 Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 10:55 AM
Bush's biggest deficit 458 Billion..... Obama's smallest deficit 1.1 TRILLION

Increased National debt under Bush, 4.8 Trillion over 8 years.

Increased debt under Obama, 5.8 Trillion over 4 years.

You might want to take that second grade math class over again.

You might also consider that deficits were in a downtrend under Bush UNTIL the democrats took over congress in '06. Please, try to pay attention.
True Conservative! Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 10:29 AM
C'mon hm, TRY to post something that's not just blatantly untrue! You might have a shred of credibility then. Last I looked EVERY one of Obama's deficits was over a trillion ... Bushes ... Zero!

This is a time when the population of America should be throwing rose petals at the feet of the Great Leader, Miracle Worker, Economist, Ph.D and Professor of Constitutional history, Dr. Barack H. Obama, MD.

All of our problems should be solved now.

Two years ago we were told and sold that Obamacare, the keystone legislative effort of Obama’s first two years, would solve our problems when it comes to out-of-control government spending.

It’s a deficit reducer, Washington Post wonk Ezra Klein told us about the government takeout of healthcare under the banner of “reform.”