Obama to Back $50B in Infrastructure Spending

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    Now do you understand why it's so important to recognize that the New Deal was an Epic Fail?
     
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    Its going to unions again the average American is pissed on, but the shit stain can relate.
     
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    [FONT=ARIAL,VERDANA,HELVETICA][SIZE=+7][​IMG][/SIZE][/FONT]
    [SIZE=+7][FONT=ARIAL,VERDANA,HELVETICA]ADDICTED TO STIMULUS: WANTS $50,000,000,000 MORE[/FONT][/SIZE]
    My Way News - Obama calling for more infrastructure spending


    The Good Lord help us all. This man, not content with bankrupting our grandchildren, now seeks to do the same with our great, great, great grandchildren.


    Liberals were always for spreading the miseray around!.



    You were right Willow. He's going to do another stimulus but call it something else. Now it's "infrastucture spending."



    Does Obama think we are so stupid that will fool us?



    We will remember In November! :mad:

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    I doubt the Dems in Congress will go for this. They are already in enough trouble as it is with voters over out of control spending.
    Besides, what was the initial "shovel ready projects" stimulus all about anyway?
     

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