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Obama's Playing a Game of Chicken With the Economy

restoreliberty Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 1:32 PM
You cannot fix the mental disease that causes someone to believe that one person does lousy in life because another person does well. People like Slumbama have spent their whole lives being envious and scheming instead of applying all the negative energy into being successful in their own right. For people like him, his wife, and their current party members it is okay to lie, cheat, scheme, take from others, and then vilify those that they have stolen from, excoriate their victims out jealousy, spite, and envy. These people are filled with nothing more than hate, they hate everyone, everyone is the reason for everything in the minds of these people. the actively search for people to hate, things to hate, groups to hate, and then spend
sparks9 Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 2:17 PM
well wrote, well wrote, I have never found anyone more unhappy than a liberal that was not upset at someone or something. They can never be happy, they want utopia and it is impossible so all they spread is more and more misery as they try and make everyone on an even playing field only it is one that is the lowest common denominator rather than they highest. It is spread the misery that the happiness. it is really quite sad that they are like they are when they could be so much happier.
restoreliberty Wrote: Nov 30, 2012 1:35 PM
endless amounts of time marginalizing them and instilling hate in others. These people would do the same thing in an office environment, social club, church, or anywhere else.....they are programed to hate, can only see what others have not what they themselves have, and desire nothing more than to spread their own hate, discontent, and misery to everyone else as payback, revenge, restitution, justice. They truly are sick and diseased and unfortunately our society is far too full of other just like them.
It is clear by now that President Obama and House Speaker John Boehner are not going to work out a full blown deal on taxes, spending and entitlements by the end of this month.

The task before them and Congress is so fraught with fiendishly complicated and politically-charged issues that the idea that a couple of people behind closed doors can come up with a broadly acceptable solution is laughable.

In fact, I'm going to go out on a cliff on this one (no pun intended) and say that there will be no final disposition of these thorny issues,...