VIDEO ON MSN MONEY
In a word, Delusional...
MSDNC can run all the feel good articles it wants. Reality is America is disregarding them.
If the economy is so good, as they claim, then we can slash Food Stamps 50%, back to 2008 levels, and of course we can slash Welfare 50% as well. When we can cut these programs and have more people working than when the lazy, LYING, arrogant, corrupt imbecile '57 states' started, then and only then can we say things are improving.
The middle class has lost 42% of their wealth since Obama took office. Has that been replaced?
I think not. The debt has climbed from 10.6 Trillion to 17.5 Trillion. We are in far worse shape than we were when he took office. The democrats WAR on the middle class and Business continues...
Our Gov. is spending around 200 million bucks more than they have every hour of the day, 7 days a week this is around a billion dollars every 5 hours they are spending "more" than they are taking in, anyone with half a brain knows this is not going to end good, when MSN and B/O tell you things are going good you better start getting worried
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