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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

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    It is only a revenue problem for people who believe we need a 3.7 trillion dollar Federal Govt. Those would be the nanny state supporters and the radical left
    Actually it would be the vast majority of Americans from both parties, who consistently say that they do not want to cut any of the major government programs.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    The implication being that only you and your fellow true believers know the real information. I guess the rest of need to watch more FOX?
    Don't recall that video being on Fox but do recall it being reported sparingly. I have been waiting for the real information from you for months now but all I get is the same tired old liberal rhetoric. When are you going to actually address the problems we face instead of fueling those problems? Some people simply cannot compete in the private sector thus get public sector jobs. Keeping them thus becomes the challenge and the more votes ou can buy the better the chances of keeping that job.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

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    Actually it would be the vast majority of Americans from both parties, who consistently say that they do not want to cut any of the major government programs.
    It doesn't appear to me that you know what makes up the U.S. Budget no matter how many times I post it. People have contributed their own money as have employers to Medicare and SS yet politicians have spent that money on programs other than Medicare and SS. Liberals like you then spin the results the way you want believing that people don't want to cut Govt. programs. The programs they don't want to cut are those that they contributed to. why then did you support Obamacare that cut 500 billion from Medicare? Why do you buy the liberal rhetoric without getting the facts?

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

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    It doesn't appear to me that you know what makes up the U.S. Budget no matter how many times I post it. People have contributed their own money as have employers to Medicare and SS yet politicians have spent that money on programs other than Medicare and SS. Liberals like you then spin the results the way you want believing that people don't want to cut Govt. programs. The programs they don't want to cut are those that they contributed to. why then did you support Obamacare that cut 500 billion from Medicare? Why do you buy the liberal rhetoric without getting the facts?
    SS, Medicare, and military spending make up most of federal spending, and most Americans do not want significant spending cuts in any of those areas. Doesn't matter how you try to spin it. Those are the basic facts.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Actually it would be the vast majority of Americans from both parties, who consistently say that they do not want to cut any of the major government programs.
    if the "vast majority of Americans from both parties" want continued government programs which they cannot afford pr pay for, and neither can their descendants by the way, then their fate is sealed. All the evidence is out there that these programs must fail, and it's in the process now, but if the majority of people don't realize that then their ignorance will be America's downfall.

    I have confidence that despite the leftist goofiness we see on here, with the OWS, and in much of the media, the majority of the American people will try seriously to turn things around after the next election. That election, and it cannot be overstated, will determine whether America eventually succeeds or fails.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Grant View Post
    if the "vast majority of Americans from both parties" want continued government programs which they cannot afford pr pay for, and neither can their descendants by the way, then their fate is sealed. All the evidence is out there that these programs must fail, and it's in the process now, but if the majority of people don't realize that then their ignorance will be America's downfall.

    I have confidence that despite the leftist goofiness we see on here, with the OWS, and in much of the media, the majority of the American people will try seriously to turn things around after the next election. That election, and it cannot be overstated, will determine whether America eventually succeeds or fails.
    Of course we can afford to pay for the the programs we want. It's just a matter of waking up and realizing that there's no free lunch.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    SS, Medicare, and military spending make up most of federal spending, and most Americans do not want significant spending cuts in any of those areas. Doesn't matter how you try to spin it. Those are the basic facts.
    The point seems to be something you don't understand, SS and Medicare have no business on the budget but they are. Do you have a problem contributing to SS and Medicare only to have that money spent on items other than SS amd Medicare? That is what happens when you put SS and Medicare on budget. I don't expect an honest answer from you on that question.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by AdamT View Post
    Of course we can afford to pay for the the programs we want. It's just a matter of waking up and realizing that there's no free lunch.
    Of course you can?

    Then why is the United States trillions of dollars in debt and counting?

    If you can pay for these things why don't you?

    The government can't even present a budget much less balance one.

    I have no idea where you get your optimism but it certainly isn't based on any kind of reality.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

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    Don't recall that video being on Fox but do recall it being reported sparingly. I have been waiting for the real information from you for months now but all I get is the same tired old liberal rhetoric. When are you going to actually address the problems we face instead of fueling those problems? Some people simply cannot compete in the private sector thus get public sector jobs. Keeping them thus becomes the challenge and the more votes ou can buy the better the chances of keeping that job.
    How do your same old tired personal attacks on me give you any credibility on issues?
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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by haymarket View Post
    How do your same old tired personal attacks on me give you any credibility on issues?
    Those so called personal attacks are rooted in reality. You live in that liberal dream world that doesn't recognize what that ideology is doing to personal responsibility as well as personal incentive. Liberal politicians keep their job by promising the world and delivering dependence. Your state is a disaster thanks to liberalism yet you fail to recognize that. Results speak for themselves. Name for me successful liberal results in Michigan?

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