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Old 03-01-2014, 10:39 AM
Location: Oxygen Ln. AZ
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Originally Posted by pghquest View Post
Yes, thats why it was started long before Obama became president..

what anothe left wing dumb thread filled with ignorance.

Please cite for me reasons why they would love Obama, rather than just rambling on with your hate babble..
The OP should be worried about poopy pants other than Ted's.......
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:42 AM
Location: Oxygen Ln. AZ
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Originally Posted by beenhereandthere View Post


The government sector of the economy shrank during the first three years of the Obama administration, but the private sector grew more rapidly than it did during the first three years of either of George W. Bush’s terms in office.
Well it was soon to be destroyed in the opposite direction under such pro Gov growth mentality....The current state of the economy is a sham. You want to ignore the private sector boom under bush after 9/11....the real estate boom was good for many....good for us.
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Old 03-01-2014, 10:44 AM
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Originally Posted by mensaguy View Post
Nevertheless, the Taxed Enough Already party wasn't about taxes. I don't know about any defeat, but I do know that GM got $13B from TARP in De3cember 2008 (while Bush was President). GM bailout played out over five years I don't know if the TEA Party was around before their first party or not. I guess you have some links about that.
I'm on my cell phone and I'm not so good with links. I should provide them and normally would. Its not hard to look up the bail out history though. It was initially defeated. Wall Street threw a hissy fit and D.C. cowared down and relented.

They then went after Robert Bennett (R) who was the highest ranking (R) member of the banking commission and defeated him. Rightly so.
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