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Americans Lock your Wallet


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Obama is ready to pick your pocket. Spread the wealth. What a mistake electing him. His friend and my governor have the same style and beliefs and the governor is a flop. Both guys tricked voters into voting for them and neither have a position on anything except give money away to any group that asks.

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Obama is ready to pick your pocket. Spread the wealth. What a mistake electing him. His friend and my governor have the same style and beliefs and the governor is a flop. Both guys tricked voters into voting for them and neither have a position on anything except give money away to any group that asks.

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*Ali G mode on*Is it 'cause he is black?*Ali G mode off*

Nothing wrong with some good, old bits of socialism to get them burger munchers trim and in shape.

8)))

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"Both guys tricked voters into voting for them and neither have a position on anything except give money away to any group that asks."

You mean like Halliburton?

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Primetime:

Truer words have never been spoken. The only problem is, you triple locked it Congress has a second key, and Obama is 'gonna blow torch it open if he has to. Are you sure you are from MA?

Jamie 1:

What's a 'sound bite' about what he says? The guy has said he believes in redistribution of wealth, he's a democrat and a very liberal one at that, and we're in the midst of a major cash shortfall and an economic crisis in the U.S. That's a humongous issue. A sound bite would be something like a couple words out of a speech, or some minor issue summed up in one sentence by the press. Look it up

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Doesn't matter who won, Republicans or Democrats, we're all under the rule of an elite minority that control all of the wealth in the world. Presidents are just puppets used to make money.

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Might be able to pay off some of that debt, discontinue those Micky Mouse wars, not bother with that dumb missile defense program and maybe just maybe spend some money on health care!

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Jamie 1:

You're 100% right on this post... Touche! :)

I've been telling myself all night that alright, it's over... love it or leave it and I love my country so damn, I got to stand behind him and hope he does some things right for us. He's no dummy and he is a good speaker. But I am afraid... and he's talking about an imbalance of trade on automobiles with Korea. Does he know the size of Korea and how small the market is here, let alone the narrow streets?

I didn't care much for McCain either, I wanted Romney. The guy knew economics.

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I am confident that since our Presidential IQ just doubled, Obama will figure out what makes sense for trade with Korea and the rest of the world. He will not surround himself with neo-cons looking to create one big American empire. He will also help repair the USA's stature as a world leader and I seriously doubt your taxes will change much from the current situation Primetime. We still have to pay for this war that Bush, Cheney, Rumsfield, Rove, and the rest got us into.

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that's true...i agree with jamie>>>

>>We still have to pay for this war that Bush, Cheney, Rumsfield, Rove, and the rest got us into..

yeah...that was the biggest problem...spending nearly 700 billion $ a year...or about one third of the total U.S. budget.

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Actually Romney was a very good governor.

Deval Patrick is a joke of a governor.

I wish Massachusetts voters would have learned from the experience with Patrick that they shouldn't have voted for Obama. About the only good thing Patrick has done is get rid of police details at some contruction sites and replace them with civilian flaggers. Big deal.

Any new president would have been looked on more favorably than Bush.

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well, MCcain shouldn't have picked palin for his vp. he has the experiance, and could do the job eventhough he's a tad old. I think most thought he would be the same as bush, but he is not, and hates bush.Then with the idea of that idiot palin becomming prez killed his chance.

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Tell me, p-t, did you ever meet Deval Patrick and talk with him? My guess is you have not, and all you know about are the curtains. the Caddy and the wife's exec assistant, in other words the usual petty b.s. to try to derail his leadership on reducing the $1.4Bstate budget deficit (that was baked in by Romney) with $1B and 1,000 jobs in cuts (while reducing property taxes by $870 per homeowner), health care, wind energy, the state government aspects of immigration, casino gambling, same-sex marriage (whether you think it is a good idea or not, it is awfully hard to stake out a case that two consenting adults should not enjoy the same liberties as the rest of us), and expanding state parks so that the Commonwealth does not rank near the bottom on green space.

The comment further above reminds me of the critics of Cape Wind, who are "a very small group of people, with more money than most of us can possibly imagine, who decided from the very beginning [...] that they didn't want it there, it would upset their Martini time."

Oh, and BTW, get USED to it: There are many, many more Devals and Obamas coming up. If you can't, it might not be too late to book a one-way passage to New Zealand.

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JBJE ...I suggest you check your facts and you will realize the jobs Daval cut were tose that he added.

"State Republicans, a minority in the Statehouse, called for up to 2,000 job cuts to reduce the workforce to levels before Patrick took office." "Gov. Deval Patrick, struggling to close a $1.4 billion budget hole brought on by plunging tax revenues..." This is straight from the Globe on Oct 15 from an article entitled Patrick orders spending, job cuts to close deficit. It had nothing to do with Romney.

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BTW I am against Cape Wind.

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I fully stand by my statement.

It is well known that Romney fiddled while Boston burned.

He knew perfectly well in the middle of his term that future obligations for Medicate and other health care programs were generating a structural deficit that would completely, utterly swamp the budget.

Romney did worse than nothing. He pretended to close the structural gap, through the following smoke and mirrors: Increasing $300MM of driver's, marriage and gun licenses (the first two being of course extremely regressive taxes on the working poor). He increased the state gasoline tax a paltry 2 cents, generating only $60MM in revenues to the state. He closed a few tax loopholes that brought in $90MM/year, big deal. With the state legislature prodding Romney, a $1.6B budget cut was effected, but the burden fell on cities and towns to the tune of $700MM (basically he pushed half of his band-aid solution to local government). In a hissy fit, he vetoed 250 items in the budget, knowing perfectly well they would be overturned by a state legislature demanding a real leader in the State Capitol. It is documented by the Tax Foundation that the per capital tax burden ROSE under Romney from 9.8% in 2002 to 10.5% in 2006, yet the Boston Globe was saying as late as December 14, 2005, that Romney had closed the deficit without raising taxes. Just because it's in the Globe, Chuck, doesn't make it true.

Yes, I would expect you would be against wind power. How very progressive of you to preserve the sightlines. Enjoy your NEXT Martini. Maybe it'll keep you warm a bit longer after the bunker oil stops being shipped to Massachusetts. Just don't drive afterwards -- you'll be picked up under Romney's DUI law.

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