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Old 08-01-2011, 04:44 PM
 
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At the end of Obama's first term and "hopefully" only term, he will have added over SIX TRILLION dollars to the national debt (the fastest in American history), destroyed the incentive for business to hire employees and destroyed the most respected healthcare system in the world.

Will there be any way to recover or is this it? Are we done? Are we in too deep now? Is there any possible way to pay off the debt and restructure America back to the way it was designed to be? Have the liberals trained enough people to suck on the teet of the government that this will now be the new norm?

Obama is nearing 3 years in office and I cannot believe how bad the economy is. 9+% unemployment, record poverty, record debt, record food stamps, record housing crash continuing.

God, this is just awful. In all reality, what does the future hold? Will there ever be less than 5% unemployment again?
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Old 08-01-2011, 04:46 PM
 
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[quote=Heritage Member;20274044] ........... God, this is just awful. In all reality, what does the future hold? Default will happen. The path is unsustainable. This is the debt that breaks this nation's back. Will there ever be less than 5% unemployment again? No. 9-15% unemployment will be the new norm. [/quote]

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Old 08-01-2011, 04:46 PM
 
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At the end of Obama's first term and "hopefully" only term, he will have added over SIX TRILLION dollars to the national debt (the fastest in American history), destroyed the incentive for business to hire employees and destroyed the most respected healthcare system in the world.

Will there be any way to recover or is this it? Are we done? Are we in too deep now? Is there any possible way to pay off the debt and restructure America back to the way it was designed to be? Have the liberals trained enough people to suck on the teet of the government that this will now be the new norm?

Obama is nearing 3 years in office and I cannot believe how bad the economy is. 9+% unemployment, record poverty, record debt, record food stamps, record housing crash continuing.

God, this is just awful. In all reality, what does the future hold? Will there ever be less than 5% unemployment again?
We were over the day George Bush took office (or shall we say his connections got the Supreme Court to pronounce him president).
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Old 08-01-2011, 04:46 PM
 
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Welcome to the forum Hannity!
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Old 08-01-2011, 04:49 PM
 
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If American people truly believe that there is no future, I would urge you not to have children. It would be an immoral act, buy hey, from what I've seen your all immoral. I'm not like you...look below.....




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Old 08-01-2011, 04:57 PM
 
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We were over the day George Bush took office (or shall we say his connections got the Supreme Court to pronounce him president).

Soooooooo why is Obama spending MUCH more than him, with no end in sight?
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Old 08-01-2011, 05:02 PM
 
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Welcome to the forum Hannity!
Hey I thought Hannity was already on this forum. Several posters repeat what he says verbatim on the hour.
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Old 08-01-2011, 05:02 PM
 
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At the end of Obama's first term and "hopefully" only term, he will have added over SIX TRILLION dollars to the national debt (the fastest in American history), destroyed the incentive for business to hire employees and destroyed the most respected healthcare system in the world.

Will there be any way to recover or is this it? Are we done? Are we in too deep now? Is there any possible way to pay off the debt and restructure America back to the way it was designed to be? Have the liberals trained enough people to suck on the teet of the government that this will now be the new norm?

Obama is nearing 3 years in office and I cannot believe how bad the economy is. 9+% unemployment, record poverty, record debt, record food stamps, record housing crash continuing.

God, this is just awful. In all reality, what does the future hold? Will there ever be less than 5% unemployment again?

Things will change. There are a lot of variables, a lot of conditions to consider and be met, but things can change for the better.

It all depends on what the American people do. If they vote in more idiots and if they remain lethargic to the actions of government while they are in office, it will get worse.

Personally, if we could just get a congress and a president in office that was willing to with guns blazing challenge the massive violations to the Constitution and our founding principals that have occurred over the last 100 years, we may able to boom again at unprecedented rates.

We have to kick out the communist, socialist, and Marxist officials as a first and then remove all those of conservative means who would attempt to regulate, manage, and dictate principals to which also violate our individual freedoms. We do that, and we get back on top, solid and like an angry bull let out during a rodeo.
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Old 08-01-2011, 05:07 PM
 
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Soooooooo why is Obama spending MUCH more than him, with no end in sight?
Duh, because it's Bush's fault!
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Old 08-01-2011, 05:43 PM
 
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Welcome to the forum Hannity!
Is that you, Colmes?
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