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  1. #1 Ed Schultz: Wall Street Treats American Workers Like Roadkill 
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    Here is one for you. Obama spends 22 million dollars creating 3,000 jobs OVERSEAS!

    http://www.informationweek.com/news/...leID=226500202
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    Quote Originally Posted by ConHunter View Post
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    Tell me whose treating working Americans like dirt? The ones holding our economy up, or the one whose paying foreigners to do jobs that we could be doing?
    In most sports, cold-cocking an opposing player repeatedly in the face with a series of gigantic Slovakian uppercuts would get you a multi-game suspension without pay.

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    LOL! Wallstreet.

    Men like Bill Clinton and career politicians have more blood on their hands for the working class than the Gordon Gekko's ever will.
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    You don't own any stocks, do you, moonbat?

    Wall street has been pretty good to me.

    Must suck to be you.

    rm -rf obama*
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    Quote Originally Posted by BadCat View Post
    You don't own any stocks, do you, moonbat?

    Wall street has been pretty good to me.

    Must suck to be you.
    Unless his wife paid for it, he would not have a pot to piss in and a window to throw it out. Lazy bum.
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    Time for Tax Cuts

    What ever happened to “bold, persistent experimentation”?

    BY Fred Barnes

    August 5, 2010 12:00 AM

    The economic recovery, to the extent there’s been one, has stalled. Unemployment remains stubbornly above 9 percent and may go higher. The housing crisis endures. What is President Obama’s remedy? More jobless benefits, more money for governors to pay Medicaid bills, more funds for teachers and state and local government jobs. In other words, more of the same.

    What ever happened to “bold, persistent experimentation”? That was President Franklin Roosevelt’s notion of how to cope with the Depression, and Obama is a great admirer of FDR. Yet he’s barely experimented at all. Instead he’s offering more of what has been tried and failed to deliver a healthy economy.

    So why not experiment with tax cuts? It would be a new approach for Obama, a real experiment in his case. It would be one with an impressive history of success in spurring economic revival going back to the era of President George Washington.

    His administration, led by Treasury Secretary Alexander Hamilton, took on the Revolutionary War debts of the states. In Empire of Liberty: A History of the New Republic, 1789-1815, historian Gordon Wood says this policy allowed state taxes to fall and generated “the increasing growth of American prosperity. Hamilton’s financial program was working wonders” with the economy.

    “The federal government’s assumption of the states’ war debts had indeed reduced the states’ need to tax their citizens, and the states lowered their taxes to between 50 and 90 percent of what they had been in the 1780s,” Wood writes. “By the mid-1790s the burden of taxation in the states had returned to pre-Revolution levels, which were considerably lower than those of the European nations.”
    The 21st century. The age of Smart phones and Stupid people.

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