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Obama’s Rat Madness

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 11:58 AM
The prelude to the invasion of Iraq included several attempts by the UN to force Saddam Hussein to reveal his WMD inventory, when Saddam refused to comply, a joint resolution from Congress to invade was near unanimous. The blood of the 4,000 lives lost is on both Republicans and Democrats. Both Bill and Hillary Clinton were convinced that Saddam had WMD, based on statements they made in '97-'98. You are one of the rats John is referring to.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 1:01 PM
At one time Obama said he would go over the budget line by line to weed out waste and fraud, probably knew ol' Harry would never pass one.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:53 PM
And progressive's base their belief on what exactly? Equality, fairness, feelings, tolerence, diversity; all nice words no doubt, unfortunately, one only needs to see the devastation wrought in the name of those words, places like Detroit, Chicago, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Washington DC.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:46 PM
He inherited from Bush, but, I thought Obama was going to transform how Washington DC did business, ya' know, more transperancy, rule of law, no raising the debt limit cuz' that would be unpatriotic. Still waiting for Obama to go down the budget "line by line" to weed out waste, of course he would need a budget to do so, what's it been 1401 days since the Senate passed on, I suppose they inherited that from Bush too.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:40 PM
Sorry, reread your post and now get the context.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:39 PM
Explain how " Romney income bracket types" are tax dodgers. Envious much?
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:33 PM
I think the beginning of the end started in 1913 with the passage of the income tax, since then national debt has been accumulating regularly and the expansion of the Federal Government has gone on unabated.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:30 PM
How many more usurptions(?) will "we" tolerate. Votes have consequences, and we are in one heck of a fight over our country. The Constitution is being ignored on a daily basis, the rule of law is being transformed to the rule of(a) man, justice is no longer blind, and our currency is worth less every day.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:21 PM
amost $15 trillion, it is a little disingenous to be fearful of a $44 billion cut (not $85B, which is a lie). Obama's "strategy" is what? Without a budget how can you even have a strategy, a continuing resolution only shields the reality from the voters, which is what Obama's strategy is. His pronouncement that his presidency would be transparent, would follow the rule of law, and would change the way Washington DC would do business is so much hot air, and an outright lie.
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The Big O Goes for the Big Zero Again

jimmyjames4 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 12:13 PM
"If you look right now at what our economy needs,” postulated Obama, according to The Hill, “taking $85 billion out of over the next six months, indiscriminately, arbitrarily without any strategy behind it, that's not a smart thing to do. What we should be doing and what I've been calling for repeatedly... is a balanced approach to deficit reduction." Indiscriminately and arbitrarily are the two things that politiciians loathe regarding a budget, it means they can't pick a winner or favor a big campaign donor, across the board cuts would negate their power and influence, and they cannot allow that to happen. Considering that over the last 4 years, the economy has produced $60 trillion in GNP, while the Federal Government has spent ...
Obama continually speaks about "shared sacrifice", isn't it about time for the government to sacrifice something? Of course a slight rollback of government spending to last years fiscal budget outlays would just be so horrorfic.
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