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Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#1 Dec 20, 2012
The future is bright for us liberals!
Hey

Corona Del Mar, CA

#3 Dec 21, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The future is bright for us liberals!
Why still so angry then?
your wish is granted

Yonkers, NY

#4 Dec 21, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The future is bright for us liberals!
That's the oncoming financial meltdown.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#5 Dec 21, 2012
Hey wrote:
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Why still so angry then?
we're not angry, that's what Hannity would have you believe!
BS from the DNC

Yonkers, NY

#6 Dec 22, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>we're not angry, that's what Hannity would have you believe!
You've expressed plenty of jealousy and anger on these boards, immature loser.

What's your highest level of education and your job? Both stink and you are determined to get back at people who can do for themselves.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#7 Dec 22, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
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You've expressed plenty of jealousy and anger on these boards, immature loser.
What's your highest level of education and your job? Both stink and you are determined to get back at people who can do for themselves.
I can tell by your language that you are in the anger stage after Obama whipped your republicans ass, again. And it was fun to watch!
BS from the DNC

Yonkers, NY

#8 Dec 22, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>I can tell by your language that you are in the anger stage after Obama whipped your republicans ass, again. And it was fun to watch!
Lucky for you that your life goal matches your talent - a tax waster.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#10 Dec 22, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
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Lucky for you that your life goal matches your talent - a tax waster.
Bargaining is the next stage. You republicans don't have much leverage after a landslide victory in Obama's reelection!
BS from the DNC

Yonkers, NY

#11 Dec 23, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>Bargaining is the next stage. You republicans don't have much leverage after a landslide victory in Obama's reelection!
First. Since when is less than 51% a "landslide"? Romney took 54% of the non-black vote, which included unions and Latino.

Second. You temporarily got some people to believe in Santa Claus.
Now, how are you going to pay off that 13 trillion debt? Hmmm?

Taxes are going to soar for EVERYBODY. And when they do, the meltdown accelerates. Your unemployment figures only look good when you try to ignore the growing PERMANENTLY unemployed who are no longer included in the figures.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#12 Dec 23, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
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First. Since when is less than 51% a "landslide"? Romney took 54% of the non-black vote, which included unions and Latino.
Second. You temporarily got some people to believe in Santa Claus.
Now, how are you going to pay off that 13 trillion debt? Hmmm?
Taxes are going to soar for EVERYBODY. And when they do, the meltdown accelerates. Your unemployment figures only look good when you try to ignore the growing PERMANENTLY unemployed who are no longer included in the figures.
Obama won the electoral vote 332 to 206 and won the popular vote by millions. Sounds like an ass whipping to me. The debt will shrink after the Bush tax break expires. And thanks to Obama, the economy has moved in a positive direction for the last three and a half years now, without any republican help!
BS from the DNC

Yonkers, NY

#14 Dec 23, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
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The debt will shrink after the Bush tax break expires.
1. Any increase in taxes won't begin to eliminate the deficit spending, so it can't shrink the debt.

2. Taxes collected are money that is removed from the most productive areas of the economy. That money isn't hidden under a mattress, dolt. The taxes pull money out of investments or local spending.

3. You wouldn't understand. You haven't met a penny you ever earned.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#15 Dec 23, 2012
BS from the DNC wrote:
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1. Any increase in taxes won't begin to eliminate the deficit spending, so it can't shrink the debt.
2. Taxes collected are money that is removed from the most productive areas of the economy. That money isn't hidden under a mattress, dolt. The taxes pull money out of investments or local spending.
3. You wouldn't understand. You haven't met a penny you ever earned.
Ending the Bush tax break means more revenue. The Bush tax break took away five trillion dollars of revenue in the last ten years!
Teddy R

Reston, VA

#16 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>Ending the Bush tax break means more revenue. The Bush tax break took away five trillion dollars of revenue in the last ten years!
So Fedzilla could have sucked even more of Americans' wealth out of the economy and poured it down a rat-hole?

That's crazy talk.

And that fact is about to be proved by the coming 4 years of fiscal and economic ruin called the Obama Economy, starting with Obama taking the nation right over the fiscal cliff, with a chaser of ObamaScare taxation of the middle class.

Which seems to be the best this incompetent amateur can manage.
PL loooves debt

Yonkers, NY

#17 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
<quoted text>Ending the Bush tax break means more revenue. The Bush tax break took away five trillion dollars of revenue in the last ten years!
And the five trillion was spent in the private economy, where it belongs.

You can't tax money out of the economy and grow, schmuck!
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#18 Dec 24, 2012
The polls say Americans will blame the republicans and not Obama if we go over the cliff. Obama won reelection, the dems kept the senate and added more dems to the senate. And although the dems did not win back the house they did pick up eigtht seats that belonged to republicans. So Obama has all the leverage while republicans have very little!
Teddy R

Reston, VA

#19 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The polls say Americans will blame the republicans and not Obama if we go over the cliff. Obama won reelection, the dems kept the senate and added more dems to the senate. And although the dems did not win back the house they did pick up eigtht seats that belonged to republicans. So Obama has all the leverage while republicans have very little!
F$%k the polls.

I blame Obama and the fools that voted to re-elect him.
Bushs fault NOT

Yonkers, NY

#20 Dec 24, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
So Obama has all the leverage while republicans have very little!
Therefore, has has no more excuses for his failures.
Proud liberal

Richmond, KY

#21 Dec 24, 2012
The polls say the dems will win big in 2014 and will take back the house. The future is bright for us liberals!
proud of what

Yonkers, NY

#22 Dec 25, 2012
Proud liberal wrote:
The polls say the dems will win big in 2014 and will take back the house. The future is bright for us liberals!
It's the economy, schmuck. And BozoCare.

You're in for a big surprise, which will give you a smackdown long before November 2014.
munum

Masontown, PA

#23 Dec 25, 2012

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