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itsme

Warner Robins, GA

#1 Feb 26, 2013
Has our nation ever been in a worse mess than it is right now? Their is absolutly no leadership in Washington from the Whitehouse to the outhouse. Presidential leadership stinks...Senate leadership stinks...House leadership stinks. When will the madness end?
JOE

Dalton, GA

#2 Feb 27, 2013
itsme wrote:
Has our nation ever been in a worse mess than it is right now? Their is absolutly no leadership in Washington from the Whitehouse to the outhouse. Presidential leadership stinks...Senate leadership stinks...House leadership stinks. When will the madness end?
When Democrates control all three branches of goverment,problem solved.

Since: Aug 09

Dalton, GA

#3 Feb 27, 2013
itsme wrote:
Has our nation ever been in a worse mess than it is right now? Their is absolutly no leadership in Washington from the Whitehouse to the outhouse. Presidential leadership stinks...Senate leadership stinks...House leadership stinks. When will the madness end?
When people stop voting along party lines.
perfect republicanworld

Moultrie, GA

#4 Feb 27, 2013
Rus Limbaugh as president ,Eric Cantor ,senate majority leader,John Boehner majority leader and Ann Coulter as advisor to the president .This is all going to happen in Glenn Beck's new City or new country or they may go as far as to take it to Newt Gingrich's colony on the moon,"are these people completely insane or what"?
Wilbur

San Antonio, TX

#5 Feb 27, 2013
It's Obama's fault.
Guest

Atlanta, GA

#6 Feb 27, 2013
itsme wrote:
Has our nation ever been in a worse mess than it is right now? Their is absolutly no leadership in Washington from the Whitehouse to the outhouse. Presidential leadership stinks...Senate leadership stinks...House leadership stinks. When will the madness end?
The Civil War was pretty bad. Worse mess than now...... Hell yes... There are several more but it's not worth the effort. Hate will eat you from within.
itsme

Warner Robins, GA

#7 Feb 28, 2013
Guest wrote:
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The Civil War was pretty bad. Worse mess than now...... Hell yes... There are several more but it's not worth the effort. Hate will eat you from within.
Hate? Who said anything about hate. By the way...Im not directing this mess toward any party, its leadership in general. They are all acting like children; not caring about us, the people, in any way. Yes the Civil War was horrible but atleast there was sound and dependable leadership in Washington who took care of business...the great depression was bad, but again atleast there was sound leadership in Washington. This is not a party problem for it seems the joke is on us the tax payers.
itsme

Warner Robins, GA

#8 Feb 28, 2013
JOE wrote:
<quoted text>When Democrates control all three branches of goverment,problem solved.
They did when Obama first took office. How did that go? But again its both parties lack of leadership.
itsme

Warner Robins, GA

#9 Feb 28, 2013
perfect republicanworld wrote:
Rus Limbaugh as president ,Eric Cantor ,senate majority leader,John Boehner majority leader and Ann Coulter as advisor to the president .This is all going to happen in Glenn Beck's new City or new country or they may go as far as to take it to Newt Gingrich's colony on the moon,"are these people completely insane or what"?
Yes Washington politics has gone insane. If anyone thinks this all is the Republicans fault or the Demacrats fault...then you are blind of the facts or just unwilling to accept the facts because of your party preference.
JOE

Chickamauga, GA

#10 Feb 28, 2013
itsme wrote:
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Hate? Who said anything about hate. By the way...Im not directing this mess toward any party, its leadership in general. They are all acting like children; not caring about us, the people, in any way. Yes the Civil War was horrible but atleast there was sound and dependable leadership in Washington who took care of business...the great depression was bad, but again atleast there was sound leadership in Washington. This is not a party problem for it seems the joke is on us the tax payers.
Sound leadership in WAShington "during "the great depression,that's what you must be talking about ,because there was a republican in office just before the great depression and caused it to happen,sounds a lot like what we have today,doesn't it.You forgot Herbert Hoover,don't make out like you have forgoten Bush which has caused what we have today.Old Abe was sleeping with another man at the time he was having 600,000 americans kill each other over a threat to secede from the union ,not slavery.Dependable is not what you call homosexuals today now is it?Republican's never seem to remember their fuc* up's but seem to have a very good memory when it comes to others.Just do it the republican way ,just rewrite history and forget the real fuc* up's for the people don't realy give a shi* anyway.Right, just rewrite it.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#11 Feb 28, 2013
JOE wrote:
<quoted text>Sound leadership in WAShington "during "the great depression,that's what you must be talking about ,because there was a republican in office just before the great depression and caused it to happen,sounds a lot like what we have today,doesn't it.You forgot Herbert Hoover,don't make out like you have forgoten Bush which has caused what we have today.Old Abe was sleeping with another man at the time he was having 600,000 americans kill each other over a threat to secede from the union ,not slavery.Dependable is not what you call homosexuals today now is it?Republican's never seem to remember their fuc* up's but seem to have a very good memory when it comes to others.Just do it the republican way ,just rewrite history and forget the real fuc* up's for the people don't realy give a shi* anyway.Right, just rewrite it.
You say Bush caused what we have today and you talk about about rewriting history. LOL. You must have forgotten the sub prime mortgage crisis and the democrat polices that lead to it.
guest

United States

#12 Feb 28, 2013
itsme wrote:
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Hate? Who said anything about hate. By the way...Im not directing this mess toward any party, its leadership in general. They are all acting like children; not caring about us, the people, in any way. Yes the Civil War was horrible but atleast there was sound and dependable leadership in Washington who took care of business...the great depression was bad, but again atleast there was sound leadership in Washington. This is not a party problem for it seems the joke is on us the tax payers.
"Hate? Who said anything about hate." I did.
I do agree with you that fault lies across the board. I do, however, think that those other times were much worse and as far as leadership being sound in Washington during the Civil War that is certainly debatable. Watch "Lincoln" and look at the fighting that went on over the 13th amendment. Lincoln should have fired McClellan (questionable loyalty to the Union) right off the bat and the war would have probably been much shorter. He kept him on due to political pressure. And Washington was only half the issue. Down in Richmond there were former Washington insiders who were bat-shit crazy and treasonous to boot.
I think that Washington is in many ways broken but, the "worst" of times? I don't think so.

Since: Aug 09

Greenville, SC

#13 Feb 28, 2013
union thug wrote:
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You say Bush caused what we have today and you talk about about rewriting history. LOL. You must have forgotten the sub prime mortgage crisis and the democrat polices that lead to it.
And therein lies the problem, blame the other guy. You can't talk to any democrat or republican today without them starting off with, "Not my fault" or "It's the other party's fault"

Just look at how many times we've come to a "cliff." The thing is every one WANTS to compromise, but they want the other side to compromise while giving up nothing for themselves.

Moral superiority.

Now if you want to talk about the subprime mortgage crises, I can make a compelling case that blames BOTH sides equally. There is no one more at fault than the other.

However, I don't blame you, friend. I blame the sensationalist TV you've obivously been watching too much of.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#14 Feb 28, 2013
TheSmartGuy wrote:
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And therein lies the problem, blame the other guy. You can't talk to any democrat or republican today without them starting off with, "Not my fault" or "It's the other party's fault"
Just look at how many times we've come to a "cliff." The thing is every one WANTS to compromise, but they want the other side to compromise while giving up nothing for themselves.
Moral superiority.
Now if you want to talk about the subprime mortgage crises, I can make a compelling case that blames BOTH sides equally. There is no one more at fault than the other.
However, I don't blame you, friend. I blame the sensationalist TV you've obivously been watching too much of.
Don’t watch much TV except what comes though the airwaves. I don’t have cable or satellite.

Since: Aug 09

Greenville, SC

#15 Feb 28, 2013
union thug wrote:
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Don’t watch much TV except what comes though the airwaves. I don’t have cable or satellite.
Sensationalist radio then? It sells regardless of the medium.
corporate

Rocky Face, GA

#16 Feb 28, 2013
TheSmartGuy wrote:
<quoted text>And therein lies the problem, blame the other guy. You can't talk to any democrat or republican today without them starting off with, "Not my fault" or "It's the other party's fault"

Just look at how many times we've come to a "cliff." The thing is every one WANTS to compromise, but they want the other side to compromise while giving up nothing for themselves.

Moral superiority.

Now if you want to talk about the subprime mortgage crises, I can make a compelling case that blames BOTH sides equally. There is no one more at fault than the other.

However, I don't blame you, friend. I blame the sensationalist TV you've obivously been watching too much of.
Bill Clinton passed laws during his term that forced banks to lower the requirements for qualifying for a home mortgage. This allowed home buyers to purchase a home even if they could not afford to pay for it. A large portion of the home buyers were Hispanic that only had to have TIN, taxpayer identification number, to purchase a home. They didn't need to have a social security number. Now that the recession has hit so hard people can't afford their home and are losing them. The Hispanic population that bought homes are moving to other parts of U S and their houses are being foreclosed on too. Read the foreclosures in the paper and keep count as to Hispanic names and other names and you will see what I mean. But Clinton caused the real estate bubble.

Since: Jun 12

Downtown Eton

#17 Feb 28, 2013
corporate wrote:
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Bill Clinton passed laws during his term that forced banks to lower the requirements for qualifying for a home mortgage. This allowed home buyers to purchase a home even if they could not afford to pay for it. A large portion of the home buyers were Hispanic that only had to have TIN, taxpayer identification number, to purchase a home. They didn't need to have a social security number. Now that the recession has hit so hard people can't afford their home and are losing them. The Hispanic population that bought homes are moving to other parts of U S and their houses are being foreclosed on too. Read the foreclosures in the paper and keep count as to Hispanic names and other names and you will see what I mean. But Clinton caused the real estate bubble.
Goes back further than that. Started in 1977 with the CRA under Carter. Clinton began to enforce the CRA. The Bush administration tried to fix it but was blocked by the democrats.
itsme

Saint Louis, MO

#18 Feb 28, 2013
JOE wrote:
<quoted text>Sound leadership in WAShington "during "the great depression,that's what you must be talking about ,because there was a republican in office just before the great depression and caused it to happen,sounds a lot like what we have today,doesn't it.You forgot Herbert Hoover,don't make out like you have forgoten Bush which has caused what we have today.Old Abe was sleeping with another man at the time he was having 600,000 americans kill each other over a threat to secede from the union ,not slavery.Dependable is not what you call homosexuals today now is it?Republican's never seem to remember their fuc* up's but seem to have a very good memory when it comes to others.Just do it the republican way ,just rewrite history and forget the real fuc* up's for the people don't realy give a shi* anyway.Right, just rewrite it.
To many of you knumb brains Denocrats coming back at me with Rebulicain jargon is funny...I was speaking of poor leadership in both parties. I am for niether party but what is best for the nation...whether that person be a Reb or Dem...the problem now it seems neither party are for the people. Its sad Democrats cant see the problems from both but will blame the other faithfully.
itsme

Saint Louis, MO

#19 Feb 28, 2013
union thug wrote:
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Goes back further than that. Started in 1977 with the CRA under Carter. Clinton began to enforce the CRA. The Bush administration tried to fix it but was blocked by the democrats.
This is true but Bush had his problems too. i doo recall where Dems were calling him racist.
JOE

Jasper, GA

#20 Feb 28, 2013
Say what you will about this nation ,but the only thing wrong with this nation is the fact democrates and republicans in the congress and senate alike have sold the american people out and are filling their pockets with cash from the very rich.The Koch brothers and Tea Partiers are nothing short of home grown terrorist and should be treated as such.I say anyone caught taking bribes in the congress or senate are terrorist of the worse kind and should be lined up and shot that's what China would do with them and if we intend to compete with China something has to be done.The american people are screwed,because our law is above the law and it not Obama's fault,it started long before Obama.

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