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marvin

Carrollton, GA

#1 Jan 10, 2011
she has put on about 75 pounds since eating from the tax payer table.
wonderful?hahahah.you got to be jokin.just because sthey are black and cant find their birth certificate, that means they are great?
So far he has put our country 5 trillion dollars deeper in debt.Debt your,well MY children wil have to pay off on useless bullshit .Teaching people over seas how to wash their peckers and shit like that

Since: Jun 10

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#2 Jan 10, 2011
marvin wrote:
she has put on about 75 pounds since eating from the tax payer table.
wonderful?hahahah.you got to be jokin.just because sthey are black and cant find their birth certificate, that means they are great?
So far he has put our country 5 trillion dollars deeper in debt.Debt your,well MY children wil have to pay off on useless bullshit .Teaching people over seas how to wash their peckers and shit like that
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Michelle has not put on 75 lbs.

What is bullshit is all the people who keep faking outrage over government spending and our national debt only AFTER a Black man was elected president; the whole time that the previous administration ran through countless billions, a lot of which "can't be accounted for," took the country from a surplus to trillions in deficit, faked a war in order to give Chaney and their friends (unconstitutional) no-bid government contracts, and almost bankrupted the country, ALL the Americans that are faking outrage and concern NOW all of a sudden, were the very ones that sat back and not said a damn thing then.
REPUBLICAN

Carrollton, GA

#3 Jan 10, 2011
Isispapers wrote:
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Michelle has not put on 75 lbs.
What is bullshit is all the people who keep faking outrage over government spending and our national debt only AFTER a Black man was elected president; the whole time that the previous administration ran through countless billions, a lot of which "can't be accounted for," took the country from a surplus to trillions in deficit, faked a war in order to give Chaney and their friends (unconstitutional) no-bid government contracts, and almost bankrupted the country, ALL the Americans that are faking outrage and concern NOW all of a sudden, were the very ones that sat back and not said a damn thing then.
I dont know where you are gathering your information from, must be MSNBC,but pelosi and obama have ran the debt up FIVE TRILLION DOLLARS in less than 2 years.I realise you are on food stamps and dont give a F*** anyway, but you shouldnt be allowed to vote either

Since: Jun 10

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#4 Jan 10, 2011
REPUBLICAN wrote:
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I dont know where you are gathering your information from, must be MSNBC,but pelosi and obama have ran the debt up FIVE TRILLION DOLLARS in less than 2 years.I realise you are on food stamps and dont give a F*** anyway, but you shouldnt be allowed to vote either
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Anyone stupid enough to believe that anyone that does not agree with them is on food stamps shouldn't be allow to vote.

And stop lying and exaggerating just because you are racist and the president is BlacK:

(The nonpartisan Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget just revised its "Promises, Promises" guide, and now says Obama's tax and spending proposals – in the unlikely event that Congress enacted them unchanged – would add anywhere between $262 billion and $316 billion to the federal deficit in 2013, the final year of the next president's first term.)

The majority of our debt can STILL be traced back to the last president; funny you were not complaining then.

Since: Jun 10

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#5 Jan 10, 2011
-----For the record, McCain's promises are hardly more realistic than Obama's. According to the CRFB, he'd increase the deficit by anywhere from $229 billion to $400 billion by 2013. And the Tax Policy Center, also a highly regarded nonpartisan organization full of expert number-crunchers, issued an updated estimate of the effects of both candidates' tax plans on Sept. 15, in which it said:

Tax Policy Center, Sept. 15:[W]ithout substantial cuts in government spending, both plans would sharply increase the national debt. Including interest costs, Obama’s tax plan would boost the debt by $3.5 trillion by 2018. McCain’s plan would increase the debt by $5 trillion on top of the $2.3 trillion increase that the Congressional Budget Office forecasts for the next decade.

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