Our leader(s) are failing us

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    He has missed the the ball again. Three strikes Mr. President and you're O...U...T!


    May’s dismal job report is a sign: our leaders are failing us
    NEW YORK DAILY NEWS

    "The gap between the magnitude of the country’s ills and the quality of the responses is yawning and outrageous — and has long been so as Obama hoped the economy would by now be nicely rising.

    His failure to offer a big-picture plan to create jobs in the near term and to trim America’s punishing $15 trillion debt over the long haul now dogs his future.

    On Friday, he appeared before a friendly crowd, as he often does on the day the monthly jobs numbers come out. Following standard procedure, he decried “headwinds” — the crisis in Europe and the like — and urged Congress to act on picayune stimulus measures while reminding the middle class that he’d like the wealthy to pay more taxes."

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    I'd say our entire political structure has failed America.
    Obama has been marginalize as president.
    The Democrats have absolutely no ideas.
    The GOP's ideas are too top heavy with helping those who already prospering, while doing basically nothing to those who are treading water.
    Congress is at record lows as far as approval ratings go. Around 80% of Americans want compromise in Congress but in fact both parties are drifting further and further apart and nothing gets done.
    All of the above has contributed to America's stagnant economic recovery. America's economic future is being stonewalled by political posturing by our leaders and our Representatives.
     
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    Yeah, boot Obama out of there and lets put Romney in. That'll work!

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    Are you denying that Ron Paul is a Republican or admitting he's a RINO?
     

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