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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One of the Greatest Displays of "Smoke and Mirrors" in our lifetimes....And your Partisan sunglasses have turned you into a Political hacks...
Stewart and Wildcat....Seemed to recognize the Minions, but not the powerful players behind the thrones....They all (10) seem to fit the bill and the causes with effects, which about 8 or so, I was quite familiar with, the other 2 or so names I had almost forgotten..??
Did not care for Clinton being on the list, but I'm also intelligent enough to understand that he added to or help extend the problem.....Without stopping it in it's tracks..
Many that you want to waggle at, are only mouthpieces out front or in the Press. Easy targets.
Excuse me... Letting US taxpayers KEEP WHAT WE EARN is not greed. The GREED is that of government, seizing what we have earned to redistribute to people that VOTE for a living.
End the GREED of the 47% and start taxing them. We spend 3.8 trillion a year, which works out to 47,500/family. Is your family pulling its weight and paying that much? If not we can either RIASE YOUR families taxes to that amount our cut the GREEDY government off? Which should we do?
The economy did revive!
Charlotte, North Carolina news agency ran a story this past weekend about "Obama phones." It was a SAD story, as it showed how corrupt our Gov't is. They interviewed many, and specifically targeted, how many people had multiple phones, though by law people are only supposed to have 1 phone. Those with these made a JOKE out of it. Why not, it's not there money. NO regulations were put in place to avoid this spending, but Obama asks for MORE money. Let's raise taxes on someone else, refuse to be willing to address this type of corruption.
And the saddest part, too many aren't smart enough to refuse to ask that our Gov't not be corrupt, instead you look for 1 more handout and take someone else's money.
Address the misuse and corruption first, then determine the need for more. You'll find you need less.
Based on Obama's philosophy, I should max my credit cards, and just get new ones to replace then, that'll create a "boom" for our economy.
We have to address Gov't spending and abuse before we consider raising taxes.
While the abuses have taken place for decades, Obama is President now, he's the one demanding that some pay MORE, yet refusing to first address internal corruption, abuse and frivalous spending. In fact, he has encouraged and created more corruption and inappropriate spending.
A: Companies like Solyndra - Why is Gov't doing this to begin with? It's NOT their money, it's ours.
B: Medicaid - corrupt and Obama is not addressing it, he's adding more people to it.
C: Internal Agency corruption - some include EPA, CIA, and there are many more.
D: Close those loopholes, whether it's related to economy or those created to garner ObamaCare votes. END IT.
THEN, after we've done that, take a look to see if we need to address tax revenues, but only IDIOTS continue to bark about raising taxes on rich w/o first being willing to address corruption and inappropriate spending.
AND, regardless of WHO you voted for in November, it's time to fix things and for our "Leader" to be demanding we raise taxes is pathetic, UNTIL we've determined what the impact of addressing corruption would create.
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How idiotic to have Boehnor listed and not Harry Reid, or Pelosi. Further, the 3 of those had more influence that Cheney, Clinton, Bush and Obama. Grover? He's the Lib left's anti-christ and the blame point for all things they don't like. But to suggest he was part of the issue is wrong.
What did you expect?
Da! We left the three stooges in office for eight years.
Larry, Moe and Curly = Bush, Cheney and Rumsfield.
And let's not forget the $5 word man Greenspan.
the govt is spending 1.3 trillion dollars over what it makes.
First we need cuts or 1.3 trillion so the the govt spends what it makes.
Then we need to start lowering the national debt. Point: If you taxed all who make over $250G, $250G per year it would take 185 years to pay off the national debt.
So the repubs want to protect the rich from tax increases.
And the demons want to keep the bush tax cuts and give ovomit sole power to increase the national debt ceiling.
So what will happen is this. Forget about the small change. ovomit, panetta and company are all ready for the defense spending cuts. Just like after vietnam. Heres how it works. Govt quits buying defense products. Defense companies lay off massive workers, then this blooms into the economy, course in 74 the economy was in much better shape. Now its toast.
So on or about 2015 the economy will drop and we will relive the great depression part 2.
Save your pennies, stocks will be dirt cheap, if we survive.
FDR spent money for programs that did no good. What did was putting all the males in the service to fight WWII and the women stayed home to build war equipment.
If there is no war, the US, no longer a superpower if you have not noticed will end up like norway.
The gravy train ran off the track and the libs got into office promising all the govt goodies.
If you hear a great sucking sound that will be the liberal entitlement community pulling their collective heads out of their third point of contact, finally realizing that socialism dont work. OTOH, rampant capitalism does not work either.
Or how is the stock market hitting highs when the economy is in the crapper. We are in for a rough ride.
I thought he agreed with Obama's budget?!
Why is Harry Reid (Democratic Senate majority leader) blocking a vote on President Obama’s Fiscal Cliff Budget Plan?
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