Obama-Economy Debate - Lexington, KY

Discuss the national Obama-Economy debate in Lexington, KY.

Has Obama made the economy better or worse?

Lexington says Obama's hurt the economy

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May 8, 2012
Actually kacie gw dug us into the debt. Obama has just added to it, but a majority of it is from bush and clinton. Maybe you should look it up.

Btw, I don't support Obama.

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May 9, 2012
Sman wrote:
Every American made vehicle sold is the result of Obama's stimulus plan.
Ford plants in Louisville, and the Toyota plant in Georgetown did not need to take tax payers money due to poor management.
Don't go cheering Obummer with things everyone knows is false.

Lexington, KY

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May 23, 2012
Bankster wrote:
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Nope. Ford did not need a bailout.
yeah but FORD would be out of business because all of the parts companies that supply all of the car dealers would have gone out of business

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