Discussion in 'Politics' started by Grampa Murked U, Oct 9, 2012.
Quite a contrast in who believes what's important.
I know. Even Chris Matthews is puzzled.
Not to mention; Obama is saying nothing of Libya.
To me, this is a clear indicator that Obama believes his electorate is largely stupid and/or so anti Republican that he is willing to overlook the biggest issues of the day.
Unfortunately, the only thing Romney has said about jobs is that he's going to create 12 million of them by giving the wealthy a 25% tax cut. Bush gave us huge tax cuts and they led us to the biggest recession since the Great Depression. Why now should we believe that cutting taxes even further will all of a sudden lead to a boom in the economy? And if things only get worse, will the next move be to cut taxes again? Do we just keep doubling down on the same failed policies until be really do go bankrupt?
Interesting dissent (not really).
It's like a talking point. Like you put no thought into it at all.
Romney will create jobs and cut taxes and waste and wrongful regulations and wasteful Obamacare. And then you shall see an economic boom like you have not seen in a long time.
Obama's economy, (Stimulus and Obamacare) is the worst since the FDR Depression
Who will Obama blame for driving his campaign into the ditch?
ooh ooh ooh I know. rush limbaugh cause hes the media, people who believe in God cause they are obviously stupid, and stupid people who believe in personal responsibility.
Tax cuts cannot lead to a recession, any more than you getting a pay raise can lead to bankruptcy. Why is that so hard for some of you loons to comprehend?
Tax cuts allow people to keep more of their own money. People having more money to spend is not bad for any economy.
BTW, Romney does not depend solely on tax cuts to spur jobs. He plans to open up oil and gas drilling, and that creates over three million jobs by itself. He plans on rolling back many of the job killing regulations that the Obama administration has created. He plans on freeing up the credit market by relieving small banks of some of the burdens meant to control the big banks. He plans on restoring stability to the business world by getting the federal government's house in order.
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