The USA Workers and the Economy Cannot Afford Republicans

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    This is what I mean and take note there is a dangerous pattern that which has developed regarding financial institutions home loan scams. The mammoth impact on families, home owners and the economy is devastating.

    1, BAILOUT ENTITLEMENT - The Reagan/ Bush Savings and Loan Heist( millions out of work) A Home Loan Scam
    Jeb Bush, George Bush Sr., and his son Neil Bush have all been implicated in the Savings and Loan Scandal, which cost American tax payers over $1.4 TRILLION dollars (note that this was about one quarter of our national debt").

    The Reagan/Bush savings and loan heist was considered the largest theft in history at the time. George Herbert Walker Bush then took $1.4 trillion of taxpayers money to cover the theft aka Bailout Entitlement


    2. BAILOUT ENTITLEMENT - The Bush/Cheney Wall Street Bank Fraud on Consumers(millions out of work) A Home Loan Scam
    Yes, substantial fraud was involved. For example, mortgage companies and banks used deceit to get people to take on mortgages when there was no possibility that the borrowers would be able to meet the payments. Not only was this fraud, but this fraud depended on government authorities ignoring their regulatory responsibilities."


    3.CRIMINAL BAILOUT ENTITLEMENT - Only 3 major Financial Institutions were at risk in spite of what we’re told ?

    "There were just a handful of institutions that were terribly weakened. AIG the insurer, Bank of America and Citigroup. Those three were clearly in very weakened form. Many of the other big banks simply were not.


    4. WALL STREET ENTITLEMENT - Privatizing Social Security Would Place the Nations Economy at Risk

    "Social Security privatization will raise the size of the government's deficit to nearly $700 billion per year for the next 20 years, almost tripling the size of the national debt.

    Put simply, moving to a system of private accounts would not only put retirement income at risk--it would likely put the entire economy at risk."


    5. RECKLESS ENTITLEMENT - Still A Bad Idea – Bush Tax Cuts - (DO NOT create Jobs)
    The ENTITLEMENT program for the wealthy at the expense of the middle class = tax increases for the middleclass.


    6. CRIMINAL ENTITLEMENT Reagan/Bush Iran-Contra Illegal Sale of Weapons

    7. CRIMINAL ENTITLEMENT The Nixon Watergate - Illegal wire tap of democratic headquarters
     
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    America can not afford 4 More years of Liberal Democrat Control. Perhaps were both right and it's Hopeless. :)
     
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    Reaganomics is all about borrowing from other countries and has been since day one. Borrow and spend, Borrow and Spend, Borrow and spend. Reagan/Bush opened this door and now almost impossible to shut. RINO's believe that carrying debt is sensible when they are in the white house.

    Consequently:

    In fact, by the time the second Bush left office, the national debt had grown to $12.1 trillion:

    * Over half of that amount had been created by Bush’s tax cuts for the very wealthy.

    * Another 30% of the national debt had been created by the tax cuts for the wealthy under Presidents Reagan and George H.W. Bush.

    • Fully 81% of the national debt was created by just these three Republican Presidents
     
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    Oh brother you are a wealth of misinformation. yet manage a few facts.

    Such concern about Law and no mention of the most corrupt justice dept in our history. This one.

    Why is that?
     
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    Have you forgotten about the democrat Congress and Senates that helped pass them, or did the president legislate and sign the bills?
     
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    Not to mention that When the Democrats took control of the House under Bush, They Added MORE spending to Both the Budgets he submitted to them before passing them.
     
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    that'ssss what I'm talking about. :cool:
     
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    It is the RINO dominated republican party that is constantly putting forth this fiscally conservative facade which is bogus They also pretend they do not increase taxes which in fact is not true.

    The past 3 repub admins have increased taxes and budgets in spite of their rhetoric. They are lucky voters are not paying close attention.
     
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    True Enough but then none of them on a scale like Obama has. When it comes to spending anyways. Democrats try and dismiss it and say he had to do it because of Bush, but the Fact is he did not just spend one time things like the Stimulus, He has increased Annual Discretionary spending by over 25%. That is spending he has, unless laws are changes, Committed us to spending year after year. Even Counting Both wars, (not Tarp as it was a one time thing) Bushes last Deficit was still far less than the Deficits Obama himself Projects running for the next 10 Years if he gets his way.

    Sorry you can not argue with the Numbers. Obama ran and bashed Bush constantly for Racking up about 4.5 Trillion in New Debt in 8 years and then promptly Reaches that Number in only 3 years himself, and his Best Case Scenario says he will add another 7 Trillion in New Debt if we let him have 5 more years.

    But the Problems with Obama go so much deeper than Spending. He is not a leader. the last 3 years have been a stunning display of a lack of Leadership, Hyper Partisanship, and one Horrible Decision after another.

    Romney isn't perfect, in fact he is far from what I really want, but I have very Confident he would be a massive Improvement on Obama, and I believe if he wins the Nomination, Obama is toast.

    To much riding on this shit to Fuck it up trying to put up a More Perfect Candidate that has less chance of winning. If Obama gets 4 more years, and Dems Have any Sort of Power in Congress at all left after this Election. We wont even want to lead the country they leave 4 years later. It will be in Ruins, with the Rest of the world. Economically that is.
     
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    They can't afford to have jobs?
     

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