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The main point will be to save the economy and jobs. The biggest job he wants to save is HIS.
Boy, I can hardly wait to see what The Dear Leader comes up with next...
Correct me if I'm wrong, but didn't BO campaign vigorously last Fall to own the deficit?
But why does he feel like he has to address the nation every single day
In other words, he wants to remind people that President George W. Bush and the previous Congress (Obama was a member of the previous Congress, controlled by Democrats) Of course he only showed up for work approximately 144 days during the 3 measly years he was in the Senate
My parents are close to retirement and can't afford any more doom and gloom from the self centered group of democrats pretending to run our country.
Congress and the Obama Administration still planning on importing another 1.6 million foreign workers again in 2009. The Obama Administration should put a stop to this at least until the unemploment rate drops to 4% or 5%.
House Democrats unveiled a $410 billion spending bill on Monday setting up a second political struggle over federal funds in less than a month with Republicans. The measure includes thousands of earmarks, the pet projects favored by lawmakers but often criticized by the public in opinion polls. There was no official total of the bill's earmarks, which accounted for at least $3.8 billion.The legislation, which includes an increase of roughly 8 percent over spending in the last fiscal year. Democrats defended the spending increases, saying they were needed to make up for cuts enacted in recent years or proposed a year ago by then-President George W. Bush in health, education, energy and other programs. Translation - Bush ruined the economy by not spending enough
To keep you informed, unlike the past administration keeping it all to themselves. Information = education/therefore making you knowledgeable to hold an intellegent conversation.
Every time BO et al holds a press conference the market takes a few hundred point dip. The sure money is to do some short selling.
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