After Urging Congress To Rack Up $5 Trillion In New Debt Over The Last Three Years, Obama Urges Congress To Reduce The Debt

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8 Responses to After Urging Congress To Rack Up $5 Trillion In New Debt Over The Last Three Years, Obama Urges Congress To Reduce The Debt

  1. Amino Acids in Meteorites says:

    Ah, I see, he sees the poll numbers and is fishing for votes. He could just throw out ObamaCare. He speak with fork tongue.

    • Grumpy Grampy ;) says:

      He speak with Obama Tongue! Forked tongue is just to mild of a descriptor as he gives a new description to misdirection. He did promise “Change we can Believe in” and we got it, Full Blast!

  2. Sundance says:

    We’ve seen this shuck and jive before. Any suggested cuts can and will be used for political ammunition against Republicans to bolster Obama’s re-election chances. Please let’s do all we can to encourage him to spend more time golfing. His absence would be good for the economy.

  3. PhilJourdan says:

    Mayor Teddy – Handle it, handle it (waving hand like a fop). Yep, Obama is a good leader – if hell is your destination.

  4. DERise says:

    We must “Invest” in Green Energy, solar power, wind power, ethanol. “Invest” in high speed rail to everywhere. “Invest” in higher education, more climate scientests and socioloigists and ethnic studies majors. “Invest” in the “Future” and the dividends will pay off the debt. Right???

    • PhilJourdan says:

      “investment” carries risk. You may lose it all. how do you now “lose it all”? If the government bails you out. So those claiming that the “investments” will pay off the debt deny a truism – robbing peter to pay paul does not pay off anything.

  5. slimething says:

    government destroys wealth. It does not create it.

    Only government can break 400 years of legal precedence by stealing from legitimate secured investors, take a $14 billion loss on an “investment” and call it successful.

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