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Old 09-27-2013, 06:37 AM
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After Obama is out, libs will have had eight years of control. Eight years of president, eight years of senate control (we will see in 2014), and two years of congressional control. Few, if any presidents, have had such a political landscape in which they could implement thier policy.

So.................... after eight years of

lower incomes
more unemployment
lower savings
more in poverty
more on foodstamps
more homeless
more part time workers

...........................what next? More of the same policy of the previous eight years? If not, what "new" ideas will liberals have to reverse the above trend? Do you contend it will take sixteen years? Fifty years? Why did it take Reagan only three years?
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Old 09-27-2013, 06:39 AM
 
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Obama is only a liberal when you compare him to far right lunatics, most sane and moderates don't consider him a liberal or leftist.

Doesn't matter, if Hillary runs she'll win. So get used to 4 more years
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Don Draper View Post
Obama is only a liberal when you compare him to far right lunatics, most sane and moderates don't consider him a liberal or leftist.

Doesn't matter, if Hillary runs she'll win. So get used to 4 more years

You didn't answer my question. I have no doubt Hillary will win, as there are too many idiots and government dependents in the US. That is not what I asked.

We will have had EIGHT YEARS of failed policy with-

lower incomes
lower savings
more unemployed
more part time workers
more on foodstamps
fewer home owners
massive debt

What LIBERAL POLICY MEASURES will change and reverse that trend? Or will we just have more of the same and further erosion of US standards of living? Please list policies that will reverse the above trends.
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:05 AM
 
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You didn't answer my question. I have no doubt Hillary will win, as there are too many idiots and government dependents in the US. That is not what I asked.

We will have had EIGHT YEARS of failed policy with-

lower incomes
lower savings
more unemployed
more part time workers
more on foodstamps
fewer home owners
massive debt

What LIBERAL POLICY MEASURES will change and reverse that trend? Or will we just have more of the same and further erosion of US standards of living? Please list policies that will reverse the above trends.
You expect the government to increase your personal income, savings, employment, home ownership, and decrease personal debt?

Maybe you are the socialist
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:07 AM
 
Location: North America
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You didn't answer my question. I have no doubt Hillary will win, as there are too many idiots and government dependents in the US. That is not what I asked.

We will have had EIGHT YEARS of failed policy with-

lower incomes
lower savings
more unemployed
more part time workers
more on foodstamps
fewer home owners
massive debt

What LIBERAL POLICY MEASURES will change and reverse that trend? Or will we just have more of the same and further erosion of US standards of living? Please list policies that will reverse the above trends.

Aren't you of the mindset that the government is not here to solve your problems?

What changed?
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:08 AM
 
Location: Michigan
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Maybe math isn't your strong suit. Obama has in fact been in office 4 years 8 months. Unless you are claiming magical powers to tell what's going to happen with the economy in the next 3 years...in which case you ought to make a killing in the market.
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:10 AM
 
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Obama is only a liberal when you compare him to far right lunatics, most sane and moderates don't consider him a liberal or leftist.

Doesn't matter, if Hillary runs she'll win. So get used to 4 more years
She will win and all that will come out of it is some old rich men appear to be getting spited in Capitol Hill...

Can't see the forest for the trees, can you?
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:11 AM
 
Location: Michigan
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She will win and all that will come out of it is some old rish men appear to be getting spited in Capitol Hill...
I voted for Obama in 2008 but I doubt I'd vote for Hillary Clinton.
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:11 AM
 
Location: Beautiful Niagara Falls ON.
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If Obama had not had to contend with the RWNJs in congress, and his ideas had been given a chance things would be very different today.

Do you know the REAL reason the RWNJs oppose Obama's ideas with an incredible insanity?????
They fear above all else, that if implemented they would WORK WELL. That is the sole reason they oppose. Just consider for a minute. If they had just let the president run with his agenda in his first term and things worked out as badly as they would have you believe then Romney would now be sitting in the Oval office. The RWNJs only agenda is the protection of the 1%. Nothing else at all matters to them. They would sink the entire nation rather than let one single simple measure through if they thought it would have a negative impact on their masters. It just makes me sick.
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:12 AM
 
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I voted for Obama in 2008 but I doubt I'd vote for Hillary Clinton.
When you see the 2016 GOP 3 ring circus candidates you might change your mind.
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