10 who led us to the fiscal cliff
They fed our greed and guilt and told us we could have all the spending and tax cuts, too. While practically all of us had a role in this mess, these 10 stand out.
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Another war criminal who should be arrested and put on trial for his very life!!!
This little creep is a bloodthirsty war profiteer. Not much more needs to be said, unless you want to take about prosecuting him for crimes against humanity.
I think it's deplorable. I think republicans have shown bad politics, bad judgement and bad battles to pick. Petty without principle. jmo.
Fix it. Americans dont need more drama, we have that with Reality TV.
My advice, dont take it personally, but its not good for morale that these guys in the Whitehouse cant pass a simple budget, like theyre gonna put the rich out of business.
Maybe the first 18 - 24 months could be offloaded on the previous administration. However, after four years in office, the president can only look in the mirror and blame himself for the policies he has implemented and the condition of the Economy. Politicians take responsibility for what little good they accomplish and pass the blame for adverse conditions elsewhere. What ever happened to "The Buck Stops Here"?
Since it is a Financial Article, thankfully few will actually read it as the author has not only displayed an ignorance of economics but a total lack of unbiased reporting. What a surprise. . .
Since our dollar is only worth 9 cents compared to the base 1967 value our National minimum wage should be 11 times what it was then, i.e. $14.00! Since it is not, we who work are being underpaid by at least $6-14 per hour. Did you ever wonder why Companies, we are told, are flush with cash and executives are paid millions! Well that is the reason!
The haves want the rest of us to be have nots. In other words, most of us are slaves!
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