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Old 08-24-2009, 09:24 PM
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Default Obama Lied. The Economy Died

Haha! New bumper sticker for sale from the Texas GOP



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Old 08-25-2009, 07:58 PM
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If anyone has a spare send it my way!
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Old 08-25-2009, 08:19 PM
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I don't get it? The issues of Obama's spending have not hit yet.. Economy seems on the upswing for now.. Kind of poor timing for the sticker to come out they should have waited a year or so.
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Old 08-25-2009, 08:26 PM
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Just a sad attempt at blaming Obama for the bad economy that practically every country if going through ... and really, is it that bad if people are spending their stimulus cheques on lame bumper stickers? or maybe mccain will get 20 for 25 bones for all the cars he owns .. i am sure he isn't feeling the pinch in this tough economy ...
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Old 08-25-2009, 10:08 PM
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obama hasn't even been in office for a year yet.. the economy is where it's at now because it has been slowly building up to this for decades. just some more idiots trying to blame everything on obama and cash in on making some dumb bumper stickers. if you want to blame anyone, blame bush who didn't help out the economy for 8 straight years and only made it worse.
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Old 08-26-2009, 12:31 PM
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obama hasn't even been in office for a year yet.. the economy is where it's at now because it has been slowly building up to this for decades. just some more idiots trying to blame everything on obama and cash in on making some dumb bumper stickers. if you want to blame anyone, blame bush who didn't help out the economy for 8 straight years and only made it worse.
So, it was a wise move to spend another $800 billion dollars into failing companies, take over those businesses as government-run operations, and close multi-generation businesses in the process? This is nothing more than what the Nazi party did prior to WWII. The Democratic party is effectively starting the U.S. toward Socialist policies.

In 2008, the debt held by the public as a percentage of GDP was 40.8%. Currently, that amount is 53.8%. The Congressional Budget Office has predicted by 2010, for that amount to be 61.4% and by 2019, for that amount to be 67.8%. This means, we're f'ing broke!

Stick the finger at Bush all you want, but Obama effectively DOUBLED the deficit within his first 2 months in office.
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Old 08-26-2009, 12:35 PM
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So, it was a wise move to spend another $800 billion dollars into failing companies, take over those businesses as government-run operations, and close multi-generation businesses in the process? This is nothing more than what the Nazi party did prior to WWII. The Democratic party is effectively starting the U.S. toward Socialist policies.

In 2008, the debt held by the public as a percentage of GDP was 40.8%. Currently, that amount is 53.8%. The Congressional Budget Office has predicted by 2010, for that amount to be 61.4% and by 2019, for that amount to be 67.8%. This means, we're f'ing broke!

Stick the finger at Bush all you want, but Obama effectively DOUBLED the deficit within his first 2 months in office.
yep your right, when in doubt, just accuse obama of being a nazi

i don't agree with some of the policies, but we'll see how they play out, remember that fdr guy came in and spent a lot of money, it worked out...i'm not an obama fan, but enough with the stupidity of blaming him for everything going on because this mess was here before he even was on the ballot
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Old 08-26-2009, 12:41 PM
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yep your right, when in doubt, just accuse obama of being a nazi

i don't agree with some of the policies, but we'll see how they play out, remember that fdr guy came in and spent a lot of money, it worked out...i'm not an obama fan, but enough with the stupidity of blaming him for everything going on because this mess was here before he even was on the ballot
So how are his policies NOT like Socialist/Communist party policies? Perhaps you need to watch this video and tell me that marine is wrong: http://www.matt-hughes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2683

The point I'm trying to make is that you can't just blame the finger at Bush or just blame it at Obama, just giving another citing example how the government has been continuing to f' things up.

Businesses that are doing bad business should be allowed to fail regardless of size as they will be replaced by better businesses. McDonald's, Wal-Mart, UFC, etc. are still growing even during these hard times. Instead of bitching and moaning about needing a bailout, they could simply become innovators like McD's, Wal-Mart, UFC, etc.
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So how are his policies NOT like Socialist/Communist party policies? Perhaps you need to watch this video and tell me that marine is wrong: http://www.matt-hughes.com/forums/showthread.php?t=2683

The point I'm trying to make is that you can't just blame the finger at Bush or just blame it at Obama, just giving another citing example how the government has been continuing to f' things up.

Businesses that are doing bad business should be allowed to fail regardless of size as they will be replaced by better businesses. McDonald's, Wal-Mart, UFC, etc. are still growing even during these hard times. Instead of bitching and moaning about needing a bailout, they could simply become innovators like McD's, Wal-Mart, UFC, etc.
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Old 08-26-2009, 03:00 PM
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obama hasn't even been in office for a year yet.. the economy is where it's at now because it has been slowly building up to this for decades. just some more idiots trying to blame everything on obama and cash in on making some dumb bumper stickers. if you want to blame anyone, blame bush who didn't help out the economy for 8 straight years and only made it worse.
I wouldn't even bother. He wasn't even in office a week and they were already blaming him for the the last 4 years and the next four years.
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