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This is a discussion on Exposed! NObama's 2nd-term 'Marxist' jobs plan within the Politics forums, part of the Main Category category; Originally Posted by Shoobee Yah but that's nothing compared with Romney's tax plan. The rich get a tax break. The ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoobee View Post
    Yah but that's nothing compared with Romney's tax plan.

    The rich get a tax break.

    The middle class pay more to cover for it.

    Very ultraconservative.

    Ultra-conserves the rich's riches.

    Brilliant idea, yah.
    Where do you come up with this "tax break" stuff? Neither Romney or the Republicans have ever mentioned a tax break for the wealthy -maintaining the Bush tax levels for everyone - yes - additional cuts - no. I have never heard any proposal where, "the taxes of the top 1% will be reduced and the taxes of the remaining 99% will be raised"... or anything that even remotely approaches that ascertion. All of this tax break stuff is simply leftist talking points, nothing more as it has absolutely no substance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoobee View Post
    Yah but that's nothing compared with Romney's tax plan.

    The rich get a tax break.

    The middle class pay more to cover for it.

    Very ultraconservative.

    Ultra-conserves the rich's riches.

    Brilliant idea, yah.
    So that's all you got huh? An unknown tax plan? Nobama has all but decimated the middle class so there won't be any left for Romney's so called tax plan. Unemployment is the highest it's ever been under this chump. His marxist ideals aren't flyin' to well. He's anti-constitution, anti-capitalist (and that is what made this country great at one time, it creates jobs and competition) he's an effin muzslum, he still hasn't proven without a shadow of a doubt his US citizenship status, He's a liar, he's a fraud, he's used multiple SSN's, he's a treasonous turd that deserves to be hung. Do not be fooled by this idiot, he is a complete amateur and hasn't a clue on what or how to do his job, he is not for the people he's for himself, big govt, big corporations just like Bush, Clinton and others before them except he has a far worse agenda. I am not saying Romney is the answer either but we know what Obozo has and hasn't accomplished---deh bro gotta go ya know. This country is being run by the wealthy elite and presidents are just their puppets and they have an agenda to make everyone their debt slave. We are at a point just like we were in 1776 when we told the King of England to kiss our ass. This is exactly what we need to be telling the fed right now "KISS MY ASS". If you want to have a better world for your kids whether you have them yet or not then you need to wake the hell up and see what is going on instead of listening to that prolibcom bs spewing from lame stream media and govt

    I hope this is not the case but you sound like one of those brainwashed OWS entitlement porch monkeys sitting around waiting for your govt check.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~OtisM~ View Post
    Snopes says ur full of Crap. I wish it was true, I need a raise. Who is NoBama?
    I didn't write the story numbnuts and I can't believe you brought snopes into the picture. SMH
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    Once again, you are letting the forum troll control the thread. Encouragement just makes him worse.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~OtisM~ View Post
    Snopes says ur full of Crap. I wish it was true, I need a raise. Who is NoBama?
    Got a LINK for that?

    I can see where you're coming from, though. If your posts here are indicative, that's the ONLY way you'll get a raise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by longslide10 View Post
    So that's all you got huh? An unknown tax plan? Nobama has all but decimated the middle class so there won't be any left for Romney's so called tax plan. Unemployment is the highest it's ever been under this chump. His marxist ideals aren't flyin' to well. He's anti-constitution, anti-capitalist (and that is what made this country great at one time, it creates jobs.

    We are at a point just like we were in 1776 when we told the King of England to kiss our ass.
    Americans need to read "common Sense" by Thomas Paine (1776). One would think he was writing about O instead of King George.

    Here's a brief summary of O's fiscal mismanagement since 2009. Not from the news media slant, but directly from the House Budget Committee. These posters need to stop using "Angie's List" for recommendations on a president!



    January 20, 2009 - President Obama sworn into office

    President tells the American people in his Inaugural Address: “Those of us who manage the public's dollars will be held to account, to spend wisely, reform bad habits, and do our business in the light of day, because only then can we restore the vital trust between a people and their government.”

    Debt Held By Public = $6.31 trillion


    February 17, 2009 - President Signs into Law the Spending Stimulus

    The stimulus adds $821 billion in new spending according to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO). The White House promises this infusion of spending and borrowing would keep unemployment rate below 8%. As millions of Americans are painfully aware, that promise was broken.

    Debt Held by Public = $6.48 trillion


    February 26, 2009 - President Issues fiscal year 2010 budget

    The President’s budget adds $2.7 trillion in new debt in 2010 and imposes $1.4 trillion in new taxes.

    Debt Held by Public = $6.58 trillion


    March 11, 2009 - President Signs FY2009 Omnibus Appropriations Act

    The massive spending bill includes 8,696 earmarks at a cost of $11 billion. The spending bill adds $19 billion in new spending above the baseline – an 8.6% spending increase.

    Debt Held by Public = $6.66 trillion


    April 29, 2009 - Congressional Democrats Pass Fiscal Year 2010 Budget

    The Congressional Democrats’ budget calls for a $2 trillion debt increase in 2010, and another 8.9% increase in non-defense discretionary spending. The reconciliation process is abused to later pave the way for health care overhaul to be jammed into law. Of note: this is the last time Congressional Democrats will bother budgeting.

    Debt Held by Public = $6.85 trillion


    February 2, 2010 - President Issues Fiscal Year 2011 Budget

    The President’s budget more than doubles the debt; pushes the 2011 deficit to a new record of $1.6 trillion; drives spending to a new record of $3.8 trillion in fiscal year 2011; and raises taxes by more than $2 trillion through 2020, under the administration’s own estimates.

    Debt Held by Public = $7.85 trillion


    March 23, 2010 - President Signs Health-Care Overhaul Into Law

    The massive new law adds $1.4 trillion in new spending over the next decade, and over $2.5 trillion once the law is fully implemented. Despite sluggish economic growth and high unemployment, the law imposes over $500 billion in new tax hikes. CBO Director Elmendorf would later testify that the law would reduce employment by roughly half a percent – a reduction of approximately 800,000 jobs.

    Debt Held by Public = $8.18 trillion


    April 15, 2010 - Congressional Democrats Decide Not to Do a Budget for Fiscal Year 2011

    The 1974 Budget Act requires Congress to pass a budget each year by April 15. In an unprecedented budget failure, House Democrats not only failed to pass a budget – they opted to not even propose a budget.

    Debt Held by Public = $8.39 trillion


    July 21, 2010 - President Signs Financial Regulatory Overhaul Into Law

    In addition to heightened regulatory uncertainty, the massive new law adds $10.2 billion in new spending.

    Debt Held by Public = $8.69 trillion


    February 14, 2011 - President Issues Fiscal Year 2012 Budget

    The President’s budget yet again calls for the doubling of the debt in five years, and tripling the debt in ten years. The President’s budget spends $47 trillion over the next decade, imposes over $1 trillion in new tax hikes, and fails to address the drivers of the debt.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.45 trillion


    April 13, 2011 - President Delivers Speech on Deficit Reduction

    The President appears to abandon his own budget by offering a ‘framework’ that calls for additional tax increases, defense spending cuts, and Medicare price controls – yet lacks sufficient detail to back-up claims of deficit reduction.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.65 trillion


    April 15, 2011 - House Passes FY2012 Budget Resolution

    The House-passed budget cuts $6.2 trillion in government spending over the next decade, saves Medicare, strengthens the social safety net, lifts the crushing burden of debt, and spurs economic growth and job creation. Senate Democrats fail to meet their legal requirement to pass a budget by April 15.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.68 trillion


    April 18, 2011 - S&P Issues Credit Warning on U.S. Debt

    The rating agency sets off the latest alarm bells, warning of lawmakers of unsustainable fiscal course. President Obama has still not proposed a budget; Senate Democrats have still not proposed a budget.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.68 trillion


    May 13, 2011 - Medicare and Social Security Trustees Issue Warning of Looming Insolvency

    According to the programs’ own trustees, the unsustainable future of Medicare and Social Security threatens the health and retirement security of America’s seniors. President Obama and Congressional Democrats continue to engage in a partisan campaign to attack efforts to save and strengthen these critical programs – while offering no serious solutions of their own.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.67 trillion


    May 25, 2011 - Democrat Controlled Senate Unanimously Rejects President’s Fiscal Year 2012 Budget; Vote is 97-0

    While the President’s plan to accelerate our nation toward bankruptcy is unanimously rejected, the stunt on the Senate floor reveals the bankruptcy of Senate Democrats’ ideas. Senate Democrats have still not proposed any budget.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.72 trillion


    June 23, 2011 - CBO Director Further Discredits President’s Fiscal Record

    In testimony before the House Budget Committee, CBO Director Doug Elmendorf responds to questions on the President’s ‘Framework’: “We don’t estimate speeches. We need much more specificity than was provided in that speech for us to do our analysis.”

    Debt Held by Public = $9.74 trillion


    July 8, 2011 - Unemployment Hits 9.2%; Day 800 Since Senate Democrats Last Passed A Budget

    A devastating jobs report that shows the unemployment rate at 9.2% coincides with the 800th day since Senate Democrats last thought the federal government needed a budget.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.75 trillion


    July 11, 2011 - Senator Conrad Gives Budget Speech on Senate Floor

    On Day 803 since the Senate last passed a budget, Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad takes to the Senate floor to deliver a speech about the Senate Democrats’ non-existent budget resolution. Senator Conrad makes the case for imposing over $2 trillion in new taxes, but provides no actual budget resolution and no credible details.

    Debt held by Public = $9.75 trillion


    July 15, 2011 - President Holds Press Conference: “We’re Running Out of Time” to Deal with Debt

    President Obama tells reporters: “I've got reams of paper and printouts and spreadsheets on my desk, and so we know how we can create a package that solves the deficits and debt for a significant period of time. But in order to do that, we got to get started now.” The American people have still not seen any “paper” or “printouts” of what specific spending cuts the President supports. The American people have still not seen any “spreadsheets” from the White House to corroborate their claims of having offered a deficit reduction plan. While it’s long past time for Washington “to get started now” on tackling our debt problems, President Obama has still not proposed a credible budget, and Senate Democrats have still not proposed any budget.

    Debt Held by Public = $9.75 trillion


    Now, a year since these acts, America's deficit is near $15 trillion. What the hell does it take America? This is a spoiled child with a credit card. No values, No holds-barred. Damn the torpedos... full speed ahead. The rest of us couldn't get an auto loan with such a poor history of financial decisions. But the Obamabot bobble-heads just keep nodding yes. They rely on the news outlets for their info. They don't do this kind of research.

    But keep believing it's all Bush's fault. And that an experienced economist, corporate CEO and investment banker with a proven track record of success is sheepishly baaaaaahhhhhdddd!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ~OtisM~ View Post
    I need a raise.

    Then become more proficient at what you do and work harder.


    Who is NoBama?

    He's like your version of a Joseph Stalin.
    OtisM, you are literally too stupid to insult.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gunnerbob View Post
    OtisM, you are literally too stupid to insult.
    Damned if that isn't the truth...


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