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The Customary Crisis

karpe diem Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 1:01 PM
on the contrary, he does not wish to grow the economy, he want "equality", whatever that means. of course he is an idiot when it comes to money and governing. we have to hope that in four years the damage he is doing now is reverse, if it is reversible even, which may be a big if. he calls private enterprise the enemy, and he believes only gov't can do things for the public. too bad he had so many people who believed in him enough to put him in the w h for four more years, they will never learn.
Emilie3 Wrote: Mar 01, 2013 4:57 PM
We never had these problems until out-sourcing of jobs to foreign countries began, and Obama had nothing to do with that. People are unemployed because jobs were moved out of the country. Even after the corporations and rich got their tax breaks, they still did not bring jobs back. They must want this to become a third world country too. In fact, some CEO said as much when asked when he would bring jobs back--"only when there are not regulations, no taxes, and wages are 49 cents and hour".

Here we go again. And again. And again. ... For in Washington, every day is Groundhog Day. And now, once again, the country is speeding toward the dreaded ... Fiscal Cliff! Not to mention Catastrophe, Chaos and Collapse. Or maybe Stalemate, Train Wreck, Dysfunction or whatever your favorite clich may be. So quick, get the scare headlines back in type. The Great Tax vs. Spend Debate is on again, if it ever went away. With each side blaming the Coming and Constant Crisis on the other.

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But wait, haven't we seen this movie before? Like in 2011, 2012 and...