This will be the lead story tomorrow morning, right?
The solution is simple! Higher Taxes! Wealth confiscation and redistribution! Single-Payer Healthcare! Communism. Onward, comrades! Forward to a bright new future.
It wasn't about raising the rest of the world up to our level, it was about smashing us down to Third World status.
Think Romney could have turned things around?
Its exactly what he told us he was going to do. If this nation can survive a Marxist Muslim it can survive anything. God Save the Republic.
I bet Rush talks about this tomorrow.
well, no wonder Harry Reid is gonna demand a $975 billion tax increase
He and obama haven’t quite yet stimulated the US economy into a vegetative state, since 20% of all adults still have some hope of economic security
Imagine how tough it’s going to be finding a job in America in October when the Republicans give us “11 million” brand new “valedictorians” out there looking for jobs.
I keep wondering why nobody will challenge this guy. He won by fraud yet the republicans sit on their hands. Why do all the democrats march in lock step? Why is everyone so afraid of him?
It’s just like Hitler and Stalin and Castro and all the rest of the dictators. Are all the politicians afraid they’ll be made to disappear in the middle of the night? For him to have this much power there is someone or some “thing” giving him this power.
“In the most recent AP-GfK poll, 63 percent of whites called the economy “poor.””
Clearly they are racist for not feeling the hope and change brought on by the historic first black president.
First and foremost, we face a social problem. Economics is only a symptom
Planting the seeds of a future revolt.
Like Obama said: “We’re not there yet.”
Not until it is 5 out of 5 or perhaps until we are all bankrupt.
Perfect timing for House Republicans to talk about how the economy really works, the Democrat poor judgement and why Democrat policies are failing. Then pass a bill that strictly helps the private sector(should have been done last week...).
The wider gap between rich and poor, the MORE WORK opportunity for the poor.
Economic conditions for typical Americans have gotten significantly worse on Obama’s watch, but I’m calling foul on the use of a bogus statistic:
“Four out of 5 U.S. adults struggle with joblessness, near poverty or reliance on welfare for at least parts of their lives.”
This is a pointless claim — an awful lot of folks both now and in the old days on the work-your-way-up-from-the-bottom track usually are and were in “near poverty” when they first enter the job market, and lots of folks go through a bit of unemployment, and always have. Aggregating over peoples’ whole lives (”at least parts of their lives”) you can probably get to four out of five even without including welfare.
2014 - Primary em' all, let God sortem' out.
Time for The Freedom Party