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To: q_an_a

“Another good way to show his failures is to list commisssions like Simpson Bowles and ask, “He appointed these people what did he do with their advice?” “

Exactly, at the same time show the national debt clock racing forward as he keeps talking about balancing the budget. Show millions of stimulus dollars spent on green energy projects that create a handful of jobs. Just run a scrolling list of the boondoggles he spent billions on that went nowhere. Hit hard the fact that there are less people working now then when he took office.


37 posted on 05/17/2012 7:47:16 AM PDT by WILLIALAL
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To: WILLIALAL

it is possible to run “broken promises” and “losing the faith/trust” advertising till the cows come home. always with a PS - Sarah was right!!


38 posted on 05/17/2012 7:53:46 AM PDT by q_an_a (the more laws the less justice)
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To: WILLIALAL

Obama skips debt commission meeting (Dec. 2010)
WASHINGTON (CNN) - President Obama did not attend a White House meeting Thursday with members of his own debt commission, irking some of the Democrats on the panel who were expecting a high-level push from the commander-in-chief to show that its comprehensive deficit reduction plan is being taken seriously by the White House.
“He should have at least dropped by,” one Democratic member of the debt commission told CNN, speaking on the condition of anonymity because he wanted to speak more freely about the panel’s private meeting.
http://whitehouse.blogs.cnn.com/2010/12/09/obama-skips-debt-commission-meeting/

yeah, he cares.


50 posted on 05/17/2012 9:00:43 AM PDT by TurboZamboni (Looting the future to bribe the present)
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