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Michael, how do you support that giant brain? Aren't you afraid your head is going to snap off at the neck?
UK economic policies are bad because they have made austerity policy the rule of the day. The US is not broke. We are not Greece. We draw foreign investments every minute and are not even close to bankruptcy. It is austerity that is dragging the UK, into the ground, just like it will here.
The GOP is divided and dysfunctional. It has become it's own worst enemy, and in the process, is ready to take down American people along with it. Of course, nothing lasts forever.
Or, if they can believe that a raped woman can"t get pregnant.
That's politics. It works and has worked both ways. Grow up.
The Moody’s decision echoed recent pronouncements by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank warning against precipitous moves to bring down cyclical deficits. U.S. policy, then, should be clear: deep-six the sequester.
The economy is fragile enough that GDP barely grew in the 2012 fourth quarter, when inventory purchases and federal spending both slowed more than usual. Last weekend, the Moody’s credit-rating agency stripped the United Kingdom of its AAA credit rating—not because U.K. deficits are too high, but because Britain’s premature austerity policies are leaching away the growth required to make its deficits manageable.
Your dad did a real job on you. To be manly is to suffer.
Yes, you'd better buy at least 12 more guns as those young black thug armies will be coming to you r neighborhood very soon.
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In Defense of Chris Christie

RGR28 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 9:43 PM
The GOP civil war is more fun than watching baby monkeys. Keep on keepin' on, righties!
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In Defense of Chris Christie

RGR28 Wrote: Feb 27, 2013 9:41 PM
I love watching the internecine warfare in the GOP.
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