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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    mitt romney put out an ad today which ezra klein, wapo and newsweek columnist, founder of journolist and rachel maddow's favorite heterosexual, called "devastating"

    YouTube - I'm Not a Bump in the Road

    better be careful, president slasher, else you might come across as out of touch
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    at cree: Obama: We Stabilized the Economy

    he says, however, he's "still not satisfied"

    well, that's a good thing...

    anyone?

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    mitt romney put out an ad today which ezra klein, wapo and newsweek columnist, founder of journolist and rachel maddow's favorite heterosexual, called "devastating"

    YouTube - I'm Not a Bump in the Road

    better be careful, president slasher, else you might come across as out of touch
    Thanks for that. It was good. Obama is going to get his ass kicked. And if there is justice in this world, he will be exiled to Elbe, never allowed to return to US soil. Then we can start to fix this massive mess that liberal stupidity has created.

    **** Obama. Pond-scum bastard.

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    The individual mandate is a republican idea, Obama wanted single payer or a public option
    and premium support as a reform for Medicare is a Democrat Idea.

    not a single Republican voted for or contributed to Obamacare, though I find it hilarious that they now feel obligated to blame their own poor decisions on Republicans. :sorry:

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    Quote Originally Posted by cpwill View Post
    not a single Republican voted for or contributed to Obamacare, though I find it hilarious that they now feel obligated to blame their own poor decisions on Republicans. :sorry:
    They contributed to it by offering ideas on what the fed should or shouldn't do. Some of their ideas were adopted and then the repubs "moved the goal post" so to speak. But that doesn't change the fact that what came out of congress is not what Obama wanted.

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    they "contributed" the individual mandate a decade and a half ago, in an attempt to offer up a compromise to the employer mandate. you might as well argue that Democrats are hypocrites for not opposing the tariff.

    and "what came out of congress isn't what obama wanted" =/= "what came out of congress reflected what republicans wanted"

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    mitt romney put out an ad today which ezra klein, wapo and newsweek columnist, founder of journolist and rachel maddow's favorite heterosexual, called "devastating"

    YouTube - I'm Not a Bump in the Road

    better be careful, president slasher, else you might come across as out of touch
    Aren't you one of those people complaining about the dems misrepresenting Ryan's plan? This is the same thing. Obama said last month job numbers were a bump in the road. Thats true. Lots of people are still laid-off due to parts shortages from Japan.

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    how is this the same as the blatant lies that have been spread about the Ryan plan?

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    Quote Originally Posted by xpiher View Post
    Aren't you one of those people complaining about the dems misrepresenting Ryan's plan?
    no

    Obama said last month job numbers were a bump in the road. Thats true.
    i spose, in the sense that the rockies are a bump in the road to the coast

    Job creation limps along after recession - USATODAY.com

    The nation has 5% fewer jobs today a loss of 7 million than it did when the recession began in December 2007. That is by far the worst performance of job generation following any of the dozen recessions since the 1930s.

    In the past, the economy recovered lost jobs 13 months on average after a recession. If this were a typical recovery, nearly 10 million more people would be working today than when the recession officially ended in June 2009.
    barack the slasher is astonishingly outta touch

    seeya at the polls, pals

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    Re: Obama Team Eyes Employer Payroll Tax Break

    You do realize the only real difference between the great depression and what we went through now is that we don't have a dust bowl and the FED didn't stop printing money right? Credit was allowed to flow which blunted the affects, the problem is that companies merged instead of expanding.

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