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Fiscal Cliff? Tax the Rich

lukemcire Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:27 AM
Not bitter, are you? Even for you this is nonsense. Try better when you get back from your snit.
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:39 AM
lukemcire... In being a Republican I am quite certain that Romney did not and does not have solutions to this nation's economic woes while noting that Obama has proven he has none... and for four torturous years.

A continuation of Obama's economic policies assures that within but 3-4 years gasoline will cost $9 per gallon... and thus be 'equal' to Europe and that such be imposed here for reasons of 'fairness', conservation and most especially...... taxation.

Card waving liberals believe Obama has been and will continue to be a 'good-thing' for this nation while not realizing he is but a temporary experiment... that has gone golfing to date some 150... rather than apply the wise and learned advice on economic solutions required...
OBAMA-DRAMA Wrote: Nov 10, 2012 9:41 AM
.. to be applied to avoid certain calamity. These were provided.. three years ago.. by Summers of Harvard and Goolsby of the University of Chicago. Neither is a fool and both are world renown scholars. Unfortunately, their like advice was ignored by Obama due to the loss of voters such would cause. Golfing instead... 150 times to date.. is what instead Obama applied.

Barack Obama wants you to know that the rich are out of control.

And I partially agree. It’s a matter of fairness.

After thinking about it for a few years, he has finally figured out that our economic problems have a very simple explanation: There are too many rich people.

I know of at least one too many. The one occupying the White House? Way too rich.

(Editor's note: I'm taking a few days off. I'll see you guys again on Tuesday)

Too many rich people are causing a jobless “recovery.” Having too many rich people caused gas...

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