Obama's Wars

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    These are but a few of the War's, Obama and the Democratic (?) Party are waging towards the American way of life. The change, we were promised?

    Obama's War on businessmen

    Obama has demonized just about every business sector in America. Through the 2008 campaign to the present, he has gone after credit card companies, the coal industry, mortgage companies, real estate companies, steelmakers, utilities, drug companies, doctors, oil companies, Wall Street, defense contractors, and health insurance companies, just to name a few. In each case he has dinged them for greed, taking excessive profits, and failing to put people first. His criticisms have not been over minor matters but over their basic core functions, and their values or lack of them.

    » Obama vs. The American Businessman - Big Government

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    Obama's War on non-union Americans

    There is nothing wrong with wanting better pay and benefits, but when the levers of government are manipulated by public sector unions so they have retirement security and early retirement, and they have generous vacation and health benefits, but the rest of us don’t, something is very wrong. We indeed have two Americas, but they aren’t rich vs. poor. They are unionized public sector workers vs. taxpaying private sector workers. That is the real two Americas – and anyone running for President on a populist economic platform like Obama should be making their campaign priority to normalize taxpayer supported benefits between the public and private sector workforces.

    Obama & Unions

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    Obama's War on small government

    Three decades after Ronald Reagan declared that federal activism wasn't the answer to America's problems, big government is back. The evidence is everywhere. There's President Obama's $787 billion program to stimulate the economy, including massive investments in roads, bridges, and other infrastructure projects. There's his $275 billion plan to prevent home foreclosures, along with his $634 billion, 10-year proposal to improve healthcare. The administration's aggressive efforts to save the financial industry also represent big government in action, moving toward what Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner says will be a "dramatically different" form of capitalism. And there is Obama's far-reaching campaign to cut U.S. dependence on fossil fuels, partly by taxing carbon emissions, to create what some administration officials call a "green society."

    Under President Obama, Big Government is Back - US News and World Report
     
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    Shame on you Lumpy! Everything is perfect.
     
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    I'm guessing there's just to much reading here for Democrats..:eusa_eh:
     
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    So let's get this straight...you just copy and paste stuff...then insult people...and call that a debate?

    Ok. Just checking. Everything seems perfect.
     
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    It is perfect. and chucky schumer is a tea bagger,, :lol:
     
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    Hold on there..

    If I just started with, insults only, you'd be asking for links so there you go....shezz
     

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