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Will the do nothing Congresss now work with Obama

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Doo

Dalton, GA

#1 Nov 13, 2012
Now that Obama has clearly won the election again, will Congress realize their many mistakes of trying to protect their specail interest groups that donated to get them elected? Or will the finally realize that they have put American on the back burner in order to fill their pockets with money? I cetainly hope Obama holds them accountable on the fiscal cliff we are now facing. He has some leverage here for a change and needs to use it all he can to let the super rich pay more taxes in order to pay down the deficit the Country now faces. Working class have been neglected lately and needs a tax break just to make ends meet at home. It is hard to survive these days. Eveything is always going up and nothing coming down but our wages. We need help bad.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#2 Nov 13, 2012
Doo wrote:
Now that Obama has clearly won the election again, will Congress realize their many mistakes of trying to protect their specail interest groups that donated to get them elected? Or will the finally realize that they have put American on the back burner in order to fill their pockets with money? I cetainly hope Obama holds them accountable on the fiscal cliff we are now facing. He has some leverage here for a change and needs to use it all he can to let the super rich pay more taxes in order to pay down the deficit the Country now faces. Working class have been neglected lately and needs a tax break just to make ends meet at home. It is hard to survive these days. Eveything is always going up and nothing coming down but our wages. We need help bad.
Do you really think if the rich paid more in taxes that it would help you? You say, We need help bad? Unbelievable. That is what the people that voted for Romney were saying for the past four years. Hey, there is always food stamps.
guest

United States

#3 Nov 13, 2012
"Trickle down" hasn't worked, and just because it keeps being tried doesn't mean that it eventually will work.

http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm...

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#4 Nov 13, 2012
guest wrote:
"Trickle down" hasn't worked, and just because it keeps being tried doesn't mean that it eventually will work.
http://www.cbpp.org/cms/index.cfm...
And Obama's ideas do? ROFLMAO Get you some food stamps.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#5 Nov 13, 2012
I think the house should allow the tax rates on the rich to go back up. Then what will the democrats hang their hat on when nothing changes or gets worse? That is all they got.
John

Dalton, GA

#6 Nov 13, 2012
union thug wrote:
I think the house should allow the tax rates on the rich to go back up. Then what will the democrats hang their hat on when nothing changes or gets worse? That is all they got.
Why do you think the rich sould not pay their share off taxes ?
Can I have half of your food stamps .I work so they want give them to me .
anonymous

United States

#7 Nov 13, 2012
union thug wrote:
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And Obama's ideas do? ROFLMAO Get you some food stamps.
Therein lies one of your basic problems. You have decided that no matter what that anyone who is a progressive and voted for President Obama must be on food stamps. Until folks like yourself are able to get past that and disavow yourself that ridiculous and unfounded rhetoric then you'll probably continue to loose elections.

Sure Obama's ideas work. They are in fact working. Instead of just closing your ears and going lalalala maybe you should look at what the CBO is saying and look at where we've come so far since the almost complete disaster of 2007,2008. Those times were in fact real and they did happen despite the historic collective amnesia that conservatives seem to have. What Obama has accomplished will probably never satisfied your mistaken notion that he could have just waved a wand back in 2009 and poof problems solved. Or most likely that he should just have listened to conservatives and poof problem solved.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#8 Nov 13, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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Therein lies one of your basic problems. You have decided that no matter what that anyone who is a progressive and voted for President Obama must be on food stamps. Until folks like yourself are able to get past that and disavow yourself that ridiculous and unfounded rhetoric then you'll probably continue to loose elections.
Sure Obama's ideas work. They are in fact working. Instead of just closing your ears and going lalalala maybe you should look at what the CBO is saying and look at where we've come so far since the almost complete disaster of 2007,2008. Those times were in fact real and they did happen despite the historic collective amnesia that conservatives seem to have. What Obama has accomplished will probably never satisfied your mistaken notion that he could have just waved a wand back in 2009 and poof problems solved. Or most likely that he should just have listened to conservatives and poof problem solved.
Working for who? You are living in a fantasy world. The only people that are better off are the ones on public assistance and you could argue they are not either.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#9 Nov 13, 2012
John wrote:
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Why do you think the rich sould not pay their share off taxes ?
Can I have half of your food stamps .I work so they want give them to me .
I think everyone should pay their fair share. I think anyone that pays taxes should receive a tax cut. My god we are taxed to death as it is. This campaign did a good job of dividing this country even more than it was with the class warfare. If this continues there will be little incentive to take risk and work hard to achieve any semblance of wealth.
Doo

Dalton, GA

#10 Nov 13, 2012
union thug wrote:
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Do you really think if the rich paid more in taxes that it would help you? You say, We need help bad? Unbelievable. That is what the people that voted for Romney were saying for the past four years. Hey, there is always food stamps.
Yes the rich paying more taxes than 14% would be great. I pay more like 39% so they should doo the same so 25% more would really add up fast along with no loop hole to dodge taxes. That would be more equal and the Country could be debt free in a few short years. And the rich would never have to go hungry or doo without either. The people that voted for Romney wasted their votes plain and simple. Obama won so therefore the whold Nation should support Obama. Not very many liked Romneys plan to help the rich to be honest.
JOE

Trion, GA

#11 Nov 13, 2012
NO they will never work with Obama ,but I think he knows that by now and he should quite trying to get them to .Obama needs to find ways to go around congress and at every chance he gets, do so.Let the tax cuts expire and let everones taxes go up and then he can let the american people see the republican party for what it really is.Then he need's to let the american people know the congress is the only one keeping them from getting a 4000.00 a year tax cut,maybe they will see the great tea party for what it is and we will get rid of them a lot sooner. Tea partiers are nothing more than would be, little terrorist.
Cleotis

Redmond, WA

#12 Nov 13, 2012
The "do-nothing"(democra t)senate has not produced a budget in 3 years.
Cleotis

Dalton, GA

#13 Nov 13, 2012
Come on Doo...Give me a pair of your drawers! Please! PLEASE!
Doo

Dalton, GA

#14 Nov 13, 2012
They won't fin butt nats Cleopoop!
anonymous

United States

#15 Nov 13, 2012
union thug wrote:
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Working for who? You are living in a fantasy world. The only people that are better off are the ones on public assistance and you could argue they are not either.
LOLÖ.does Ohio ring a bell? Or, are all those auto workers just faking it and are really on "public assistance"? Oh, I realize that there are very few citizens smarter and more informed that those conservatives here in N. Ga., but stillÖ..

Despite what folks say there is ample evidence that the "stimulus" has worked.
On a personal note the ACA has certainly saved me (and many others) money by allowing our son to remain on our insurance until 26, saving thousands in coverage for him alone.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#16 Nov 13, 2012
Doo wrote:
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Yes the rich paying more taxes than 14% would be great. I pay more like 39% so they should doo the same so 25% more would really add up fast along with no loop hole to dodge taxes. That would be more equal and the Country could be debt free in a few short years. And the rich would never have to go hungry or doo without either. The people that voted for Romney wasted their votes plain and simple. Obama won so therefore the whold Nation should support Obama. Not very many liked Romneys plan to help the rich to be honest.
If you think the tax rates on the rich going back to the levels before Bush will pay off the debt in a few years then you are clueless as to the magnitude of our problems. Heck you could tax them at 100% and it would not make a dent. Itís math you know. Many Obama supporters I know think like you do. That all we have to do is tax the rich. Itís gonna take lots of spending cuts and a growing economy. And if you are paying 39% in federal income tax then you are either donating money out of the goodness of your heart are you are are just stupid. The top rate is 35% and that is for people making more than $388,349 of taxable income. Also many economic illiterate folks complain the the tax rates for capital gains is only 15%. They donít understand the risk/reward relationship or that this money is taxed twice. One last thing. If you vote your convictions, there is no such thing as a wasted vote.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#17 Nov 13, 2012
anonymous wrote:
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LOLÖ.does Ohio ring a bell? Or, are all those auto workers just faking it and are really on "public assistance"? Oh, I realize that there are very few citizens smarter and more informed that those conservatives here in N. Ga., but stillÖ..
Despite what folks say there is ample evidence that the "stimulus" has worked.
On a personal note the ACA has certainly saved me (and many others) money by allowing our son to remain on our insurance until 26, saving thousands in coverage for him alone.
Why did they make the cut off at 26? Why not keep them up for ever? As for the auto workers. The money will never be paid back and GM will be filing for bankruptcy again in a few years. Remember where you heard that.
Doo

Dalton, GA

#18 Nov 14, 2012
union thug wrote:
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If you think the tax rates on the rich going back to the levels before Bush will pay off the debt in a few years then you are clueless as to the magnitude of our problems. Heck you could tax them at 100% and it would not make a dent. Itís math you know. Many Obama supporters I know think like you do. That all we have to do is tax the rich. Itís gonna take lots of spending cuts and a growing economy. And if you are paying 39% in federal income tax then you are either donating money out of the goodness of your heart are you are are just stupid. The top rate is 35% and that is for people making more than $388,349 of taxable income. Also many economic illiterate folks complain the the tax rates for capital gains is only 15%. They donít understand the risk/reward relationship or that this money is taxed twice. One last thing. If you vote your convictions, there is no such thing as a wasted vote.
We tried it the George Bush way with tax cuts for the wealthy and wars. His agneda was a total failure. It's time to try something else that will work for All Americans and not just the wealthy. If you don't like Obama then cast your one vote to get him out. In all fairness, you lost so quit the griping. We are all sick and tired of the bickering. Why not help for a change. It might actually work out for the best for all of us....including you. You have no choice anyways!
Doo

Dalton, GA

#19 Nov 14, 2012
union thug wrote:
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Why did they make the cut off at 26? Why not keep them up for ever? As for the auto workers. The money will never be paid back and GM will be filing for bankruptcy again in a few years. Remember where you heard that.
GM is now doing very well and will repay the debt. What hasn't been paid back in the Wall Street Bailouts to big Banks. We're not even getting interest on that money. Another Bush mistake that has cost us billions. Getting to stay on an insurance policy until 26 is not keeping anyone up. It's a good thing goof ball. Where is your mind? Get it out of the gutter. Affordable Health Care for ALL Americans is also a good thing and is not a Government insurance like you believe. We still pay premiums to an insurance company for coverage and everybody has to pay into the system. In all fairness everyone should have to pay for their own coverage. No freebies like it is these days.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#20 Nov 14, 2012
Doo wrote:
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GM is now doing very well and will repay the debt. What hasn't been paid back in the Wall Street Bailouts to big Banks. We're not even getting interest on that money. Another Bush mistake that has cost us billions. Getting to stay on an insurance policy until 26 is not keeping anyone up. It's a good thing goof ball. Where is your mind? Get it out of the gutter. Affordable Health Care for ALL Americans is also a good thing and is not a Government insurance like you believe. We still pay premiums to an insurance company for coverage and everybody has to pay into the system. In all fairness everyone should have to pay for their own coverage. No freebies like it is these days.
Sure keeping them on the parents plan until 26 is keeping them up. It caused everyoneís premiums to rise and I know many of those young folks could afford the premium for someone that age. Heck I know some that have jobs where they could be covered though work but they remain on their parents plan. I am curios why they chose 26. Why not 27 or 28 or 30 or 35? Why is 26 the magic cutoff? It was all about getting votes from that group. If you required folks from that age group to buy insurance, I doubt you would get their vote.

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