"The road ahead will be long. Our climb will be steep," Obama cautioned. Young and charismatic but with little experience on the national level, Obama smashed through racial barriers and easily defeated ...
<quoted text> "President Obama’s 2013 budget will add roughly $6 trillion to the nation’s debt over the next 10 years". Obama’s plan is a reckless path to financial oblivion. It will not be successful, and Congress will not endorse it. http://www.policymic.com/articles/7117/barack...
And we can thank you Republicans who took us from Clinton's balanced budget to a trillion-dollar-per-year mess under Bush.
Was General driving speed boat that sunk gamba goat in Europe as pay back for flash incident. I wound up saving African Americans life who could not swim panicked in water I was ordered by fellow officer not to tear life jacket out of new box. I disobeyed orders as did others used common sense and European Coast Guard will tell you it's a good thing we were wearing them. Safer World 2013
Yep, I flew F-86 Saber Jets over Germany during WW II. Saved a young Black guy's life. His piper cub ran out of gas. So I stepped out of my cockpit, walked along the wing of the plane and pulled him to safety.
The officer with me told me not to do this, but I used common sense. For this, I was made an admiral.
<quoted text> If you agree with that SC ruling there's something seriously wrong with you. Assuming you've been "contributing" to SS your entire working life are you going to slink away with your tale between your leg if they refuse to pay you yours? I doubt it.
Social Security is a tax, not a contribution to a benefit plan.
President Obama has taken to accusing others of representing “special interests.” In a radio address, he stated that his financial regulatory proposals were struggling in the Senate because “the financial industry and its powerful lobby have opposed modest safeguards against the kinds of reckless risks and bad practices that led to this very crisis.”
He should know. As a senator, he was the third largest recipient of campaign contributions from Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, behind only Sens. Chris Dodd and John Kerry.
My, my, my...
This doesn't mean Republicans have halos or didn’t make mistakes as well. This crisis was decades in the making. But when it comes to Freddie Mac and Fannie Mae, the Democrats would have you believe the opposite of what is true.
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