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    If they are fiscally conservative, it would be the smart thing to do. A vote for Romney is a vote for the return to failed Bush era policies. Obama's policies have raised the debt only $1.41 trillion, while Bush's policies raised the debt $7 trillion. We as a nation can't afford any more GOP economic policy that has proven to be ruinous to our nation. If you want a fiscaly responsible America, pick Obama. if you want a bankrupt America, pick Romney. The choice is up to you.

    Why CEOs and Other Fiscally Conservative Individuals Should Vote for Barack Obama

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    If they are fiscally conservative, it would be the smart thing to do. A vote for Romney is a vote for the return to failed Bush era policies. Obama's policies have raised the debt only $1.41 trillion, while Bush's policies raised the debt $7 trillion. We as a nation can't afford any more GOP economic policy that has proven to be ruinous to our nation. If you want a fiscaly responsible America, pick Obama. if you want a bankrupt America, pick Romney. The choice is up to you.

    Why CEOs and Other Fiscally Conservative Individuals Should Vote for Barack Obama
    By the President's own projections, he will increase the debt to $25 Trillion by 2022. Yep, that's the dipshit I want to vote for!

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    Ram is a Bafoon!!!! Look at historical Data idiot!!!!!

    2004 Bush tax cuts are all applied
    2004 Federal Receipts $1880T Debt $412.7B
    2005 $2153.6T $318.3B
    2006 $2406.0T $248.2B
    2007 Dems took over Congress, but still a Rep Budget
    2007 $2568.0T $160.7B
    2008 Barry Elected
    2008 $2524.0T $458.6B
    2009 $2105.0T $1,412.7T
    2010 $2162.7T $1293.5T
    2011 $2303.5T $1299.6T


    Funny how actual historical facts proove you wrong and W and the right, right!!!!! Tax cuts applied and revenue increased, Debt decreased up untill the Dem congress was in place.....then it expoded under Obama.......how do you explain that? And don't give us crap about the housing and bank meltdown, that has nothing to do with tax cuts and fiscal spending......and history also prooves that as the Dems took office W warned congress to act atleast 17 times to fix the problem before the meltdown, the DEM Congress FAILED to act. Spin it how you will, history shows something else!!!!! IDIOT!

    Historical Federal Receipt and Outlay Summary

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    Provactive statement. Plz...make a list fo CEO's who endorse Obama, that would be very intresting.

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    Donzi, your using facts again...... It's the liberals cryptonite and only rattles their cage

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    Quote Originally Posted by inthecurl View Post
    Donzi, your using facts again...... It's the liberals cryptonite and only rattles their cage
    Here's a fact for you: Obama will be reelected. Better start coming to terms with that now.

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    I'd be very shocked if the Kenyan wins.... Americans are fed up with lies!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    Here's a fact for you: Obama will be reelected. Better start coming to terms with that now.
    That could happen...it's very disturbing trying to anticipate the possible ramification's of this election. One that disturbs me greatly is Benghazi if elected Obama will face that occurrence on very shaky ground's...i doubt the outcome will be good. With that said there is a very high probability that our next president will be Biden.....Do some soul searching..get beyond the democratic mantra and what that could mean for this country and the world.

    Be careful what you wish for.

    Strking commentary with truth that should shake anyone to the core.

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    A very valid point, gunner.
    You may notice that I often say O will not do 4 more years.
    Not that he will not win.
    There are too many everyday joes out there that are on the edge.
    It doesn't take a nut case these days. People are on their last nerve
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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    If they are fiscally conservative, it would be the smart thing to do. A vote for Romney is a vote for the return to failed Bush era policies. Obama's policies have raised the debt only $1.41 trillion, while Bush's policies raised the debt $7 trillion. ]
    Wow, what a piece of debris. Reminds me of the type of nonsense we see when China or the PLO writes a letter to the editor in the NYT.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brown View Post
    I'm still chuckling at being "poo-pooed" for straying off topic. Awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBjet View Post
    Wow, what a piece of debris. Reminds me of the type of nonsense we see when China or the PLO writes a letter to the editor in the NYT.
    You don't like CBO calculations? Read the article.

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    I did read the article. It contained a dozen different canards of yours that have been refuted here. As a whole it was a nonsensical waste of time.
    I also read CBO predictions, which are occasionally useful. The claim that repealing Obamacare will INCREASE the deficit is patent nonsense. As is the claim that Romney has a $5T tax cut.
    As I've explained, I'm no apologist for W Bush. His numbers are what they are.
    O's numbers reflect continous stimulus, and the Rs cowardice in not stopping him the last 2 yrs.
    I don't think you can blame Bush for the $ that O spent on his cronies the last 4 yrs. O said he would end the wars, so I don't think you can blame Bush for the $ spent on the wars the last 3 yrs. O extended the Bush tax cuts twice and might do it again, so you can't blame Bush for that (using lib premise that this "cost" $).
    Let's try a little math. Let's say the Bush wars cost $2T that wasn't "paid for." The interest on that is about $50 billion a year. O can properly blame Bush for this expense. O spends about $3.5 T a yr., so that means O has responsibility for $3.45T/yr.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Brown View Post
    I'm still chuckling at being "poo-pooed" for straying off topic. Awesome.

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    SB, how could those numbers be right, they don't make Obama look like the obvious choice Nov 6.. I'd better re-read it a few times.... Can't possibly be right....

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    Quote Originally Posted by ram78d10 View Post
    Here's a fact for you: Obama will be reelected. Better start coming to terms with that now.
    Is this the best comeback youve got. Faced with facts you fall back on your heels and weakly state" Here's a fact for you: Obama will be reelected." For a self described intelectual, you should be able to argue fact with fact, not this ridiculous diatribe.

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