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Facts and reality just trumped you, the economy was MUCH better and millions more jobs during Bush years. Our by-stander-n chief has had 6 years now and no good results. BTW don't blame the Republicans, because the House has sent Dirty harry reid 100s of job bills and other bills to get things going. Reid has purposely sat on all those bills and done nothing. Dems are the party of NO!
(NRMLUNIT) Please do some basic research before you spout off nonsense!! There happen to hundreds of bills alot of them jobs bills sitting on Dirty harry Reids desk for years now, all passed by the house and sent over to the Senate. The do nothing Senate is the bottleneck here.
If the story of Jesus rising from the grave were a lie/fabrication, then the perpetrators of the lie would have made it so that MEN would have been the first witnesses at the tomb. You see at that time all 3 cultures in that whole area, (Roman Greco/Military/Judaism) women were not allowed to be used as witnesses or give statements in a court.
It turns out that the inept O administration included even children (1-17) years old, along with the policy holders age. Pathetically misleading.
It turns out that the inept O administration included even children (1-17) years old, along with the policy holders age. Pathetically misleading.
Lets not forget, Hillary was fired from the Watergate investigation!! "Hillary Clinton might have a pretty hefty scandal brewing. It turns when she was an attorney working on the Watergate investigation, she was fired by her supervisor for “lying, unethical behavior.” Jerry Zeifman, who said he is a lifelong Democrat, was a supervisor for 27-year-old Hillary Rodham on the committee. When the investigation was complete, Zeifman said he fired Hillary and refused to give her a recommendation. “Because she was a liar,” Zeifman said. “She was an unethical, dishonest lawyer. She conspired to violate the Constitution, the rules of the House, the rules of the committee and the rules of confidentiality. Dan Calabrese reports: How could a 27-year-old House staff member do all that? She couldn’t do it by herself, but Zeifman said she was one of several individuals – including Marshall, special counsel John Doar and senior associate special counsel (and future Clinton White House Counsel) Bernard Nussbaum – who engaged in a seemingly implausible scheme to deny Richard Nixon the right to counsel during the investigation." http://downtrend.com/robertgehl/while-on-watergate-committee-hillary-was-fired-for-lying-unethical-behavior/
Great article Mike!! I just wish ALL the other Universities had someone like you brave enough to do the same thing and stand up against these Marxist/progressive MORONS. Good luck and Semper Fi......
Dick4260 wrote: "We have restrictions on automobiles --- licenses, inspections, traffic lights, even parking. They don't prevent accidents entirely, but what's such a big deal about putting restrictions on automatic weapons which are even more deadly?" This moron doesn't even realize how costly and difficult it is to own (class 3) AUTOMATIC weapons. The cost of one is around $5000-$50,000 not to mention the background checks, forms, fingerprints, etc......
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And They Called Me Pure Evil

leatherneck6 Wrote: Dec 08, 2013 2:32 PM
"We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions." --Adolf Hitler Arthur Brooks from the American Enterprise Institute spoke about a recent editorial he published in the Wall Street Journal last week: We have a robust and growing economy for high-income Americans. Those at the bottom see few prospects for growth and little reason for optimism. Nevertheless, a 2013 analysis by researcher Mark M. Gray at Georgetown University found that Mr. Obama mentions the poor less than any president in decades. In his public statements and official communications on social class, he mentioned the poor only a quarter of the time; in contrast, Ronald Reagan talked about the poor in two-thirds of his public pronouncements. This is puzzling indeed. Census Bureau data show that in 2006-11, real annual income for the top 20% (quintile) of Americans fell by about 5% but rose almost 2% in 2010-11—and shows signs of continuing an upswing. For the bottom quintile, income fell by over 11%, and there was no upswing. In 2011, workers in households earning between $40,000 and $60,000 had a 7.8% unemployment rate. In households earning under $20,000, unemployment was 24.4%. The unemployment for households earning more than $150,000 was 3.2% In other words, high-income households were at or above full employment. Meanwhile, the lowest-income households looked at an employment landscape resembling the worst years of the Great Depression. Say what you want, but the record say Obama is the one who hates poor people. Or at the very least, just uses them.
Jim DeMint, November 15, 2013....... Five years on and President Obama still refuses to assume responsibility for his woeful economic record. The buck stops with Republicans, other countries, changes in the weather, etc.—anywhere but the Oval Office. Of course, it’s not new having a chief executive who refuses to admit failure. What is rare is having a news media that does not hold the President accountable. So let’s establish the record. At 2.2 percent annual growth, we are now witnessing the slowest economic recovery in generations. Even the Council on Foreign Relations says “the economic expansion following the 2008 recession has been the weakest of the post-World War II era.” This is true across a number of fronts: economic growth, housing prices, industrial production and capacity, etc. Liberals cry that what we need is more government overspending, which without a trace of irony they call “stimulus.” In other words, they want us to ignore the fact that this Administration and the Federal Reserve have spent more on government-based economic “stimulus” than any other in America’s history, and with little to show. Just this week, a former Federal Reserve officer admitted that this Administration’s big-government control of the economy has been an abject failure. Andrew Huszar, now of Rutgers Business School, wrote in The Wall Street Journal that “the Fed may have created and spent over $4 trillion for a total return of as little as 0.25% of GDP (i.e., a mere $40 billion bump in U.S. economic output). Both of those estimates indicate that QE [quantitative easing] isn’t really working.” Remember shovel-ready? Crony-ready is more apt. Obama’s massive stimulus spending plan early in his Administration funneled money out of the real economy, where jobs are created among small businesses. Instead, his Administration gave multimillion-dollar projects to the politically connected, from labor unions to unproven green energy firms like Solyndra. Predictably, this boondoggle did almost nothing to grow the economy or create permanent new jobs. The reason nothing has worked is that President Obama’s and the liberal progressive movement’s belief in government-centric economic policies is antithetical to economic rationality. The recent miserable economic record is the result of an accumulation of these misguided liberal policies.
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