Next Four Years Won't Be As Good As The Last Four

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    More Bailouts. More Spending. More Debt.

    From StreetTalkLive via ZeroHedge:
    The Next Four Years Won't Be As Good As The Last
     
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    I agree. the first 4 years were brutal and I lost a lot of money fucking with Obama. So I can only imagine what the next 4 will be like.

    the broke assholes that hate to work don't understand this. they just want an Obamaphone.
     
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    More wishful thinking by the CON$ervoFascist Brotherhood.
     
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    Let's you and I create 2 paypal accounts with $200 bucks in each. If Obama doesn't do these 3 things
    More Bailouts. More Spending. More Debt. you can have my $200 bucks but if he does, I get yours

    You down for that bet?
     
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    Considering how miserable the first 4 were, I say buy gold, silver and bullits.
     
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    still waiting on you to take my bet edthecynic
     
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    Not much of a bet! Those three things will happen no matter which Party is in the White House.

    Then you add in the GOP House's desire to destroy the economy by sending it over the "fiscal cliff," and people like Art Laffer saying the best thing that can happen for the GOP is for the economy to tank and the Senate GOP using their filibuster weapon trying to make that a reality, and moving the economy forward becomes an uphill battle.

    As the OP shows the GOP have put their hope of regaining power in destroying the economy and blaming Obama. Nothing has changed with the election.
     
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    You don't believe that do you? Millionaires risking to bankrupt their life's businesses just to make Obama look bad? Cmon now. :badgrin:

    Don't believe all that Demo-Rhetorical-hype. Believe what you SEE. and what you SEE is the Fraud Obama pointing fingers and making excuses before his next 4 years even get started.
     
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    You "lost money" and you blame it on Obama? Take personal responsibility for a change. Maybe you're simply incompetent.

    Republicans are always playing the "victim" role.
     
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    Actually, Obama has a golden opportunity here.

    If the Republican congress opts to continually obstruct and defeat budget legislation, the "fiscal cliff" looms. Obama should let that happen; it would mean (finally!) a significant and meaningful cut in spending on defense, a restoration of pre-Bush tax levels, and cuts to social programs that are most meaningful to old white people (disability, farm subsidies, social security, and medicare). He should let those cuts happen,

    And then blame the resulting calamity on a dysfunctional Congress "led" by Republicans.

    Voila!

    The mid-terms will be an indictment of the GOP miscreants.
     

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