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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 1:28 PM
State of the Union speech by Obama (also known as) the Communist Party Manifesto. The Communist Party Manifesto destroyed many countries in the Soviet Axis.
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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 10:33 AM
Obama was admitted to Harvard because of a legacy admission -- his father Barack Obama Sr., was a Kenyan Communist who got admission to Harvard because of Politics.
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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 10:08 AM
So has Obama
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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 10:07 AM
Obama should go back to Occidental College to improve his grades by studying Economics; Adam Smith; The Captains of Industry etc. I am convinced his grades at Occidental aggregated to a D+.
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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 9:58 AM
Well said.
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Voteright Wrote: Jan 28, 2014 9:56 AM
The following comment in review of the book "Code Red"; is enlightening. The review is by Stephanie Kelton: Mauldin and Tepper do an excellent job of denying this narrative by pointing out that the Fed’s “unconventional” (or Code Red) policies “worked” not by improving the economic well being of the masses but by massively enriching those at the very top. Low, and sometimes negative, real rates chased investors into riskier assets in the hope that a rising bubble would lift all boats. It didn’t. Wealthy asset holders are wealthier than before, but the gains haven’t trickled down to everyone else as Bernanke hoped. Instead, the Fed’s policies widened the already gaping divide between the very well off and everyone else. The hardest hit? Savers. “[T]hese unconventional policies are generally good for big banks, governments and borrowers, but they are very bad for savers.” The problem, the authors maintain, is that Code Red policies have taken away the free lunch, risk-free return that savers used to be able to count on when buying government bonds. This is considered an unjust form of “financial repression” that’s devastating for those who rely on interest income to build their net egg. “Try retiring at 60 at today’s interest rates,” they lament. “We live in a world where it’s no longer necessary for the market to decide short rates or long rates.”
According to Obama the "Education for the 21st Century is -- blame someone else, obfuscate, lie, and if all else fails cry Racism"
The people should "DEMAND" that everything Obama has signed be repealed. This Administration is a monstrous disaster for the Republic. (OBAMA -- One Big A$$ Mistake America)
Read the Wall Street Journal Article, "Obamacare's Secret History" of June 13, 2012.
I agree; because the masses are stupid, period!
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