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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    The GDP numbers are what they are and alone don't implicate Obama as a bad leader but do show a trend that isn't very positive and shows that his economic policy is a failure. There is more than enough information to prove that he is a poor leader.

    Leaders don't divide people and that is all Obama does. Leaders cannot delegate responsibility and that is all Obama does, you can delegate authority but not responsibility. Leaders don't blame others for their own failures. Leaders take office and the challenges of that office instead of claiming the previous leader drove the bus into a ditch when he was part of the group driving that bus.
    What non-sense.... fine then here is my suggestion. Hows about instead of blocking every single proposal that has come out of the Democratic caucus, even ones that have historically enjoyed republican support.... Why not support the idea of giving him enough rope to hang himself... let him put his plans into action so you can show the country just what a failure they are. If his proposals really are as bad as the right claim wouldn't this be the strategy that would most guarantee a republican victory? The fact that they are refusing to take any action leads me to believe that they recognize that many of his proposals would actually benefit our ailing economy and if put into play, particularly after being blocked for so long, that it would adversely effect republicans for a long time.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    What non-sense.... fine then here is my suggestion. Hows about instead of blocking every single proposal that has come out of the Democratic caucus, even ones that have historically enjoyed republican support.... Why not support the idea of giving him enough rope to hang himself... let him put his plans into action so you can show the country just what a failure they are. If his proposals really are as bad as the right claim wouldn't this be the strategy that would most guarantee a republican victory? The fact that they are refusing to take any action leads me to believe that they recognize that many of his proposals would actually benefit our ailing economy and if put into play, particularly after being blocked for so long, that it would adversely effect republicans for a long time.
    The results show he has already hung himself so why take millions more with him. He had total control of the Congress for two years and had a filibuster proof Senate part of that time and the results are as I posted. why do you believe this jobs bill will make any difference at all? It isn't the Federal Government's role to save State jobs and vice versa but that is what Obama wants. If the GOP Signs on to the job's bill who picks up the cost of those jobs once the Federal Money runs out?

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    The results show he has already hung himself so why take millions more with him. He had total control of the Congress for two years and had a filibuster proof Senate part of that time and the results are as I posted. why do you believe this jobs bill will make any difference at all? It isn't the Federal Government's role to save State jobs and vice versa but that is what Obama wants. If the GOP Signs on to the job's bill who picks up the cost of those jobs once the Federal Money runs out?
    I still suggest giving him the rope.... if what you say is true it would cement republican victories for years to come.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    And lets face it none of the Republican candidates have a snowballs chance in hell of winning

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    I still suggest giving him the rope.... if what you say is true it would cement republican victories for years to come.
    What part of being broke do you not understand?

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    And lets face it none of the Republican candidates have a snowballs chance in hell of winning
    As long as people ignore the results and buy the rhetoric you are right, but the 39% JAR seems to say the people are waking up

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    What part of being broke do you not understand?
    If the gamble pays off in Republican's favor then presumeably they would have the power to enact any corrective change they desire

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    As long as people ignore the results and buy the rhetoric you are right, but the 39% JAR seems to say the people are waking up
    Uhmm the result is we xame back from at its lowest a -9% GDP and losing 750k jobs per month at its worst.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

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    Uhmm the result is we xame back from at its lowest a -9% GDP and losing 750k jobs per month at its worst.
    I can see the 25 million unemployed and under employed Americans TODAY standing and cheering. Just think of what that unemployment rate will look like if he continues to get more and more people to drop out of the labor force. We could get back to 5% in a hurry.

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    Re: Republicans block Obama jobs bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Swit View Post
    What non-sense.... fine then here is my suggestion. Hows about instead of blocking every single proposal that has come out of the Democratic caucus, even ones that have historically enjoyed republican support.... Why not support the idea of giving him enough rope to hang himself... let him put his plans into action so you can show the country just what a failure they are. If his proposals really are as bad as the right claim wouldn't this be the strategy that would most guarantee a republican victory? The fact that they are refusing to take any action leads me to believe that they recognize that many of his proposals would actually benefit our ailing economy and if put into play, particularly after being blocked for so long, that it would adversely effect republicans for a long time.
    Have you been napping ? Obama had majorities in both Houses, to include 60 Senators. He got enough rope. He hung himself already.

    Jeeezus Christ you folks are delusional. Obama sucks as President. Admit it !

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