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I remember when George W. Bush announced that he was going to mandate the use of 4 billion gallons of ethanol each year in a State of the Union address. All the Congressional Republicans jumped up applauding like the fawners at Stalin's speeches used to. What a bunch of Marxists these Republicans have become, no?
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Of Arms and the Man

jcp052 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:15 PM
I've posed this question many times. Are not the Republican sponsored ethanol mandates just a Marxist redistribution of wealth from America's east and west coasts to America's heartland?
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Duck Soup

jcp052 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:07 PM
Can we talk about Republican wealth redistribution? This link shows that George W. Bush and his Republican administration gave AIG at least $150 billion. http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSTRE52624P20090308 Below is an excerpt from the article for those reading here. "The U.S. government first rode to AIG's rescue in September of 2008 with an $85 billion credit line after losses from toxic investments, many of which were mortgage related, and collateral demands from banks, left AIG staring down bankruptcy. Later in 2008, the rescue packaged was increased to $150 billion. The bailout was overhauled by the Republican administration, once again, to offer the insurer an additional $30 billion in equity."
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Demography Is Destiny

jcp052 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:06 PM
Let's talk about insurance and the AIG Republican sponsored teat suck. "Bush defends Fed's decision to bail out AIG" http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2008/sep/18/wallstreet.georgebush "The AIG rescue was the fourth taxpayer-funded bailout of the year by the Bush administration, although at odds with Bush's free-market ideology and economic policies. Critics of the recent bailouts have said taxpayers should not foot the bill for investors' bad business decisions." Republicans say their bailouts are for the good of the country. Who gets to decide what is good for the country? Joseph Stalin started the collective farm system in the USSR in the early 1930's because he said it was for the 'good of the country.'
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Allen West Recount Denied

jcp052 Wrote: Nov 16, 2012 8:03 PM
yep
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