US Credit Rating Cut by Egan-Jones ... Again

Sep 14, 2012 Full story: www.cnbc.com 31

Ratings firm Egan-Jones cut its credit rating on the U.S. government to "AA-" from "AA," citing its opinion that quantitative easing from the Federal Reserve would hurt the U.S. economy and the country's credit quality.

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Stan the man Stasiak

Columbus, GA

#21 Oct 6, 2012
Jim R Pickens wrote:
Obama is authoring the unprecedented steady decline of the US economy, unemployment remains over 8% for almost 4 years, his middle East policy is in shambles, He knew of the impending Libyan attacks yet failed to do anything because he had to be on Letterman, go to Vegas and then he has to attend a JayZ fundraiser.
Obama is an utterly worthless leader
Affirmative, if he would've spent more time running this country and doing his job we might not be in the world of caca weare in.
Smiths Station Panthers

Smiths Station, AL

#22 Oct 25, 2012
This is one of the many events I would have never heard of had it not been for the OP.
Just another entry in the long list of Obama failures.
Stanley

Columbus, GA

#23 Oct 28, 2012
Smith Station Panthers wrote:
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Thanks, I guess everyone agrees this did happen and why.
You are welcome.

Obamanomics in action, destabilizing the USA.
Smith Station Panthers

Smiths Station, AL

#25 Oct 29, 2012
Did Romney bring up this fact in any of the debates?

“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#26 Oct 29, 2012
Jim R Pickens wrote:
Obama is authoring the unprecedented steady decline of the US economy
No, what Obama has done is failed to turn the steady decline put in motion during the eight years of the era of the inept George Bush.

Failed, yes... the "Author" or creator of the fiasco we are struggling through now, no.

Like it or not, credit for getting this mess started still goes back to when the Republicans, and their leader George Bush, was in office.

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“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#27 Oct 29, 2012
Stan the man Stasiak wrote:
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Affirmative, if he would've spent more time running this country and doing his job
It seems that Obama, like Jimmy Carter, had good intentions but the job may have been more than he could handle... the disaster created by George Bush and the Republicans was just too much for him. In my perspective Obama has done little to noting that those of us who voted for him were led to expect as we entered 2009.

Which is why I'm casting my lot with the third party this year, and voting for Gary Johnson for President... both Republican and Democrat have had their chances and failed.

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Sloe Gin Fizz

Thomaston, GA

#28 Oct 29, 2012
Stanley wrote:
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You are welcome.
Obamanomics in action, destabilizing the USA.
Everything was fine until Obama wrecked the economy.

“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#29 Oct 29, 2012
Sloe Gin Fizz wrote:
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Everything was fine
That's what John McCain said in 2008... and it cost him the election.

“Shadowville All-Stars”

Since: Dec 08

Columbus, GA

#30 Oct 29, 2012
Stan the man Stasiak wrote:
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Affirmative, if he would've spent more time running this country and doing his job
I have to agree on that... in my perspective Obama gas done little to noting that those of us who voted for him were led to expect as we entered 2009.

Obama does seem to me to be the same person he ever was, the person Mrs. Clinton tried to tell us was coming... the person who was basically a "community organizer", who usually voted "Present" rather than Yes or No... the person who might fumble if he gets that "call at 3am".

But yeah, I had some high expectations of what the next four years would be like back in 2009... and have seen virtually nothing from Obama, at least nothing I expected or felt we needed.

Will Obama win again? The race seems close, not just media manipulation but from a truly divided nation. As you know by now, my vote is going elsewhere, for whatever that's worth.

Last time I looked, though, the polls showed Romney with a slight lead... where he appears to be losing is in the Electorial College. The question now seems to be the same on as 2000... will the popular vote be honored, or, like the way George Bush came into office in that election, will the results of the Electorial College over ride the choice of the American voters?

Now that's where this gets interesting.

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D G Haynes

Thomaston, GA

#31 Oct 29, 2012
Will Dockery wrote:
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I have to agree on that... in my perspective Obama gas done little to noting that those of us who voted for him were led to expect as we entered 2009.
Obama does seem to me to be the same person he ever was, the person Mrs. Clinton tried to tell us was coming... the person who was basically a "community organizer", who usually voted "Present" rather than Yes or No... the person who might fumble if he gets that "call at 3am".
But yeah, I had some high expectations of what the next four years would be like back in 2009... and have seen virtually nothing from Obama, at least nothing I expected or felt we needed.
Will Obama win again? The race seems close, not just media manipulation but from a truly divided nation. As you know by now, my vote is going elsewhere, for whatever that's worth.
Last time I looked, though, the polls showed Romney with a slight lead... where he appears to be losing is in the Electorial College. The question now seems to be the same on as 2000... will the popular vote be honored, or, like the way George Bush came into office in that election, will the results of the Electorial College over ride the choice of the American voters?
Now that's where this gets interesting.
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http://www.reverbnation.com/willdockery
The US system uses the electoral college, love it or hate it, it's here to stay.
There are many great article explaining it and showing why it's used if you just seek the info.
Have a great day and don't get blown away by Sandy

“Way down, in Columbus Georgia”

Since: Mar 10

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#32 Oct 30, 2012
Was the US credit rating really lowered twice for the first time ever under the Obama administration?

Yes, I am not lying.

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