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In the interest of fairness and balance MSN, Next we want 6 high profile Political failures.
I nominate the following 6.
1. Barack Obama
2. Nancy Pelosi
3. Barbara Boxer
4. Harry Reid
5. Joe Biden
6. Ms. Lerner, " On advise of counsel, I won't tell you **** about my corruption at the I R S ."
Five failures on epic levels?
1. Fox News...We come to find out its the mouth piece and self promoting advertising arm of the Republican Party. Shameful
2. Toyota. Hiding tens of millions of recalls and buying US politcal influence to cover it up ain't no way to run a business. Still #1 in recalls for the last five years in a row. More Shame
3. NittWitt Romney and John McCain... These two bufoons funded by the Koch brothers and the "one percenters" couldn't win a game of go fish. Just comical
4. Bob Corker...If anyone wants to turn back the clock on wages, benefits, and workers gains, its this thug. He has an agenda. Wal-Mart workplace rules for everyone. Well, except for his powerful rich contributors who want to get more rich and powerful on the workers backs. Payola? You bet cha.
5. Trickle down economics...This lame idea from that clown Reagan, was a bust from the start. Give all the money and tax breaks to the wealthy? And if they see fit, they will trickle a few pennies down to the middle and lower classes? Guess what? They kept it for themselves.
20 year vet Ranger now you tell me I fought for you and you slam anyone in office piss off Jerk
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