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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Really? How much spending has been cut ??
    "The administration identified $11.5 billion in discretionary program terminations and reductions for next year. The Defense Department will take a $9.4 billion hit, constituting 82 percent of the cuts. Defense accounts for 49 percent of spending on discretionary programs, which Congress must fund each year.

    The White House identified a total of $17 billion in spending cuts, including cuts in mandatory programs that mostly involve entitlements.

    “We can no longer afford to spend as if deficits do not matter and waste is not our problem,” Mr. Obama said."
    Obama budget cuts target military funding - Washington Times

    Affordable Care Act Strengthens Medicare By Fighting
    Waste and Eliminating Overpayments to Private
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    "The ban he signed Wednesday is part of a broader executive order to cut some $4 billion of dollars in waste and make government more efficient. Some office equipment will simply be scarcer, and fewer cell phones and laptops will be issued."
    Obama Executive Order Will Cut Government Spending, Waste

    By ending the war in Iraq, Obama will reduce spending by about $108 billion a year.

    "Estimated Costs of an Iraq War
    War in Iraq could cost up to $9 billion monthly, says CBO



    Wonderful.
    And how much spending did we see during the last two terms of the GOP administration? How much spending was cut?

    How much spending did we see cut by the 2010 Congress? $60 million by cutting funding to NPR?

    Never was a "media blackout".
    "At the outset of the first Gulf War, then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney imposed a ban on photographs and broadcast coverage of the arrival of war casualties at Dover Air Force Base [Delaware]. The media blackout lasted 18 years, until, in February 2009, President Obama ended it."
    Obama's accomplishments: Lifting the media blackout at Dover | Occasional Planet


    Wonderful

    You mean like this ???
    Like this:

    "There have been many organizations and individuals to applaud the Open Government Directive, as they too have dedicated themselves to increasing government transparency. Some of them are as follows:

    OpenTheGovernment.org, a coalition of organization and individuals dedicated to monitoring government transparency, conducted an audit of the Open Government Directive. NASA, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the Department of Labor (DOL) were the agencies that scored the highest. Surprisingly, the five lowest scores went to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Energy (DOE), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which is the very institution that is overseeing the implementation of the Open Government Directive, the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Department of the Treasury [33]. White House spokeswoman Kate Bedingfield noted that the evaluators of the audit gave almost half of the agencies scores of 80% or higher, while a "vast majority" had scores of over 70%. [3]

    OMB Watch, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, was formed in 1983 to lift the veil of secrecy shrouding the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). It is currently conducting many observations and monitoring the transparency of government [38].

    The Sunlight Foundation, created in 2006, funded through various contributions, and dedicated to using cutting-edge technology and ideas to make government transparent and accountable, hails in their mission statement: “We've created a non-partisan, non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that focuses on the digitization of government data and the creation of tools and Web sites to make that data easily accessible for all citizens. Underlying all of our efforts is a fundamental belief that increased transparency will improve the public's confidence in government” [35]

    The Obama Administration has noted the fact that similar transparency and participation measures have subsequently been taken in other states across the country, as well as internationally. For example, in May 2009, Data.gov had just 47 data sets. Today, it has more than 168,000 [1]."
    Obama's Open Government Directive - Participedia


    This is the funniest one yet !!!!
    "From the beginning, the Bush White House created controversy by tapping scores of industry lobbyists to staff official positions.

    Now approaching its final days, the administration might have produced even more lobbyists than it took in.

    At least 150 senior Bush administration officials have traded their government service badges for K Street’s pinstripes. In its early years, the administration was estimated to have hired about 100 lobbyists.

    “They have had more turnover than any administration in recent history, going back to the Kennedy administration,” when researchers began tracking that figure, said professor Paul C. Light, an expert on the executive branch at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service."
    White House stocks K Street - Samuel Loewenberg - POLITICO.com

    "USA Today reported that 21 members of the Obama administration have at some time been registered as federal lobbyists, although most have not within the previous two years."
    Presidency of Barack Obama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    That's a 79% reduction in lobbyist!!!
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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    "The administration identified $11.5 billion in discretionary program terminations and reductions for next year.
    So in other words, they didn't cut squat. Everything with this bunch is next year or after the next election.
    The White House identified a total of $17 billion in spending cuts, including cuts in mandatory programs that mostly involve entitlements.
    One more time........... how much WAS cut?

    “We can no longer afford to spend as if deficits do not matter and waste is not our problem,” Mr. Obama said."
    Obama budget cuts target military funding - Washington Times
    And yet he has run the deficits higher than any president in history. Guess that means he's a liar.




    By ending the war in Iraq, Obama will reduce spending by about $108 billion a year.
    Bush had already ended the war............ don't keep up with current events much do you??

    And how much spending did we see during the last two terms of the GOP administration? How much spending was cut?

    How much spending did we see cut by the 2010 Congress? $60 million by cutting funding to NPR?
    How much spending was cut during Obama's first two years when Dems controlled all three houses???


    "At the outset of the first Gulf War, then-Secretary of Defense Dick Cheney imposed a ban on photographs and broadcast coverage of the arrival of war casualties at Dover Air Force Base [Delaware]. The media blackout lasted 18 years, until, in February 2009, President Obama ended it."
    Obama's accomplishments: Lifting the media blackout at Dover | Occasional Planet
    Yes, at the family's request.


    Like this:

    "There have been many organizations and individuals to applaud the Open Government Directive, as they too have dedicated themselves to increasing government transparency. Some of them are as follows:

    OpenTheGovernment.org, a coalition of organization and individuals dedicated to monitoring government transparency, conducted an audit of the Open Government Directive. NASA, the Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Office of Personnel Management (OPM), the Department of Transportation (DOT), the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC), and the Department of Labor (DOL) were the agencies that scored the highest. Surprisingly, the five lowest scores went to the Department of Justice (DOJ), the Department of Energy (DOE), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), which is the very institution that is overseeing the implementation of the Open Government Directive, the Department of Defense (DOD), and the Department of the Treasury [33]. White House spokeswoman Kate Bedingfield noted that the evaluators of the audit gave almost half of the agencies scores of 80% or higher, while a "vast majority" had scores of over 70%. [3]

    OMB Watch, a nonprofit research and advocacy organization, was formed in 1983 to lift the veil of secrecy shrouding the White House Office of Management and Budget (OMB). It is currently conducting many observations and monitoring the transparency of government [38].

    The Sunlight Foundation, created in 2006, funded through various contributions, and dedicated to using cutting-edge technology and ideas to make government transparent and accountable, hails in their mission statement: “We've created a non-partisan, non-profit organization based in Washington, DC that focuses on the digitization of government data and the creation of tools and Web sites to make that data easily accessible for all citizens. Underlying all of our efforts is a fundamental belief that increased transparency will improve the public's confidence in government” [35]

    The Obama Administration has noted the fact that similar transparency and participation measures have subsequently been taken in other states across the country, as well as internationally. For example, in May 2009, Data.gov had just 47 data sets. Today, it has more than 168,000 [1]."
    Obama's Open Government Directive - Participedia
    Not one word on the link I posted ???? Not surprised. Hard to defend the indefensible isn't it??

    "From the beginning, the Bush White House created controversy by tapping scores of industry lobbyists to staff official positions.

    Now approaching its final days, the administration might have produced even more lobbyists than it took in.

    At least 150 senior Bush administration officials have traded their government service badges for K Street’s pinstripes. In its early years, the administration was estimated to have hired about 100 lobbyists.

    “They have had more turnover than any administration in recent history, going back to the Kennedy administration,” when researchers began tracking that figure, said professor Paul C. Light, an expert on the executive branch at New York University’s Wagner School of Public Service."
    White House stocks K Street - Samuel Loewenberg - POLITICO.com

    "USA Today reported that 21 members of the Obama administration have at some time been registered as federal lobbyists, although most have not within the previous two years."
    Presidency of Barack Obama - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    That's a 79% reduction in lobbyist!!!
    So you admit that Obama lied once again.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Well, I certainly didn't link anything comparable. Mo evil conservative facists destroying the country stuff. But, again, you would have to think to understand the difference.
    Yeah I know.......... everyone's a dumbass except you.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    Yeah I know.......... everyone's a dumbass except you.
    No, not EVERYONE. Just those who are dumbassess.


    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    No, not EVERYONE. Just those who are dumbassess.

    And in your world, that is everyone that disagrees with you.

    You're are not nearly as clever as you think you are.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Gill View Post
    And in your world, that is everyone that disagrees with you.

    You're are not nearly as clever as you think you are.
    Nope. people I respect do so often. 1 Perry, Ejah Gault, George Will, and those who speak reasonably without all the hyperbolic nonsense. You should try it.

    AUSTAN GOOLSBEE: I think the world vests too much power, certainly in the president, probably in Washington in general for its influence on the economy, because most all of the economy has nothing to do with the government.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    January 2001
    January 20, 2001- Inaugural Address
    Clinton staffers vandalize and sabotage the White House leaving behind unusable computers, pornography on the computers and walls, and unusable telephone systems from the cutting of cables and wires.
    President Bush proclaims a National Day of Prayer
    Executive order by President Bush establishes the White House Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives.

    February 2001
    President Bush attends National Prayer Breakfast
    President Bush proclaims National Consumer Protection Week
    President Bush releases agenda for tax relief
    President Bush speaks to Troops of Fort Stewart
    President Speaks to the Troops and Personnel at Norfolk Naval Air Station
    President Signs Legislation Recognizing Reagan's Birthday
    President Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico hold joint press conference
    President Bush speaks at dedication of Oklahoma City National Memorial
    President Bush speaks at Townsend Elementary School in Tennessee
    President Bush and Prime Minister Blair hold joint press conference
    A Proclamation by the President of the United States of America: American Red Cross Month, 2001
    President Bush address' Joint Session of Congress

    March 2001
    President Bush speaks at christening ceremony for the USS Ronald Reagan
    President Bush speaks at Chicago Mercantile Exchange
    President Bush and meets with President Kim Dae-Jung of South Korea
    President Bush meets with National Energy Policy Development Group
    President and Mrs. Bush Speak to women business leaders
    President Bush welcomes Prime Minister Ariel Sharon of Israel
    President Bush speaks at La Sociedad Cubana
    President Bush welcomes Catholic Leaders to White House
    President Bush proclaims Education and Sharing Day, USA
    President Bush speaks to Greek Community Leaders
    President Bush speaks to high tech leaders
    President Bush speaks to African American leaders
    President Bush proclaims National Child Abuse Prevention Month.
    President Bush speaks to members of the Baseball Hall of Fame
    President Bush signs resolution repealing ergonomics regulation that repeals burdensome and broad regulation dealing with ergonomics.

    April 2001
    A Chinese fighter jet downs a US spy plan causing an international incident. China held the crew for 11 days, until the Bush Administration negotiated their release without admitting responsibility.
    President Bush proclaims National Former Prisoner of War Recognition Day.
    President Bush congratulates Winners of Horatio Alger Award
    President Bush proclaims Jewish Heritage Week
    President Bush proclaims National Crime Victims' Rights Week.
    U.S. forces participate in apprehension of indicted war criminal
    The Mississippi River experienced severe flooding of historic significance - the river rose to its highest level since 1965 affecting residents in 4 states and causing billions in damages.
    President Bush declares several Mississippi counties disaster areas
    President Bush speaks at Holocaust Museum
    President Bush Speaks at Concord Middle School in Concord, North Carolina
    President Bush Speaks at United States Chamber of Commerce
    President Bush Speaks at Holocaust Museum
    President Bush Welcomes President De La Rua of Argentina
    President Bush and President Vicente Fox of Mexico Speak to Reporters
    President's speaks at the Summit of the Americas - Quebec City, Canada
    President Bush Welcomes the NCAA Men's Basketball Champions from Duke University and the NCAA Women's Basketball Champions from Notre Dame University
    President Bush Speaks to Winners of Environmental Youth Awards
    President Bush recognizes national teachers of the year
    President Bush proclaims National Day of Prayer


    May 2001
    President Bush Speaks at National Defense University
    President Bush proclaims Law Day
    President Bush announces formation of Social Security Commission
    President Bush speaks at National Day of Prayer reception
    President Bush Speaks to New York Yankees
    President Bush Speaks at Council of Americas Conference
    President Bush Speaks at Small Business Person Award Ceremony
    A Proclamation by the President: Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week, 2001
    President Bush proclaims Small Business Week
    President Bush welcomes Amir of Bahrain to the White House
    President Bush speaks with math champs
    President Bush speaks at 20th annual Peace Officers Memorial Service
    President Bush declares disaster exists in Minnesota, Maine and Nebraska
    President Bush signs Medal of Valor Bill
    President Bush speaks to national leadership of the Hispanic faith-based organizations
    President Bush meets with the Dalai Lama
    President Bush speaks at U.S. Naval Academy Commencement
    President Bush proclaims Prayer for Peace
    President Bush delivers Memorial Day address at Arlington National Cemetery
    President Bush announces National Parks Legacy Project.
    President Bush Signs World War II Memorial Bill.
    President Bush sign Executive Order: Actions Concerning Regulations that Significantly Affect Energy Supply, Distribution, or Use.

    June 2001
    President declares disaster exists in West Virginia
    President Bush proclaims National Child's Day
    President Bush Signs wildfire bill into law
    June 4, 2001 President Bush speaks at Royal Palm Visitors Center in Everglades National Park
    President Bush speaks to Habitat for Humanity Supporters
    President Bush speaks at Dedication of National D-Day Memorial
    President Bush signs tax cut bill reducing Federal Income Tax Rates and sends a refund to millions of Americans
    President Bush speaks at the Fourth National Summit on Fatherhood
    President Bush speaks at tax reduction celebration event in Iowa
    President Bush holds press conference with President Jose Maria Aznar
    President Bush speaks at the opening of NATO meeting in Brussels
    President Bush holds press conference with President of the Republic of Poland, Aleksander Kwasniewski - Warsaw, Poland
    U.S. and Poland sign Open Skies Agreement
    President Bush holds press conference with Russian Federation President Putin
    President Bush speaks at Summit on the 21st Century Work Force
    President Bush declares disaster exists in Mississippi
    President Bush declares disaster exists in Pennsylvania
    U.S. and Poland sign comprehensive trade package
    President discusses faith-based initiative at Conference of Mayors
    President Bush and Prime Minister Sharon meet in Oval Office
    President Bush meets with President of South Africa
    President Bush meets with Prime Minister Koizumi of Japan - Camp David, Maryland


    July 2001
    President Bush Meets with Leadership of National Service Organizations
    President Bush visits Jefferson Memorial
    President Bush Visits Hospital in Fairfax, Virginia
    President orders federal aid for Montana storm recovery
    President Bush Speaks at Independence Day Celebration
    President Bush speaks to participants of America's Promise
    President speaks to specialty doctors and patients on Patients' Bill of Rights
    President Bush announces Medicare initiative
    President participates in roundtable interview with foreign press
    President Bush and President Chirac of France speak to the press - Genoa, Italy
    President Bush and President Putin hold press conference - Genoa, Italy
    President Bush meets with the Pope John Paul II - Rome, Italy
    President Bush and Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi hold press conference - Rome, Italy
    President Bush speaks to troops in Kosovo
    President Bush recognizes 11th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act
    President Reemphasizes Call to End Racial Profiling

    August 2001
    President Bush discusses first six months in office
    President Bush signs Agriculture Supplemental Bill
    President Bush speaks about character development at YMCA Picnic
    Statement by the President about faith-based and community initiatives
    President Bush signs Export Controls Executive Order
    President to Bush visits workers at Harley Davidson factory
    President Bush speaks with students at Crawford Elementary
    President Bush announces Chairman of Joint Chiefs of Staff
    President Bush gives tour of Crawford Ranch
    President Bush speaks at Little League World Series
    President Bush discusses defense priorities at American Legion
    President and Mrs. Bush unveil new White House Web Site

    September 2001
    President Discusses economy at Teamsters barbecue in Detroit, Michigan
    President Bush meets with President Fox of Mexico
    President Bush proclaims National Birmingham Pledge Week
    President Bus proclaims National POW/MIA Recognition Day.
    Terrorist attack of September 11, 2001 over 3000 innocent Americans are killed.
    Anthrax laced letters cause several deaths, closing post offices and delaying the delivery of mail across the US.
    President proclaims National Day of Prayer and Remembrance
    President Bush salutes heroes in New York at the site of the World Trade Center disaster
    President Bush launches online American relief and response effort
    President Bush signs Authorization for Use of Military Force Bill
    President Bush authorizes additional disaster funding for New York
    President Bush addresses a Joint Session of Congress and the American People after the attack on September 11, 2001- The Bush Doctrine on Terror
    President Bush released $5.1 billion dollars to assist in the humanitarian, recovery, and security related to 9/11
    President Bush signs Airline Transportation Bill to assure the safety and stability of the nation's commercial airlines
    President Bush signs executive order freezing the assets of terrorist organizations
    President Bush proclaims Family Day
    President orders federal disaster aid for Florida
    President Bush meets with the King of Jordan

    October 2001
    President Bush opens Reagan National Airport
    President Bush proclaims National Breast Cancer Awareness Month
    President Bush unveils back to work plan
    President Bush initiates military action in Afghanistan dismantling the Taliban regime and liberating 25 million people
    President speaks at 20th annual National Fallen Firefighters Memorial Tribute
    President Bush signs Executive Order establishing Office of Homeland Security
    Gov. Ridge sworn-in to lead Homeland Security
    President Bush meets with Chancellor Schroeder of Germany
    President Bush announces new Counter-Terrorism and CyberSpace Security Positions
    President Bush unveils "Most Wanted" Terrorists
    President Bush Proclaims Child Health Day.
    President Bush Proclaims National Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
    President Bush announces, "America's Fund for Afghan Children".
    President Bush meets with Italian Prime Minister Berlusconi
    President Bush rallies troops at Travis Air Force Base
    President Bush meets with President Jiang Zemin - Shanghai, People's Republic of China
    President Bush holds press conference with Russian President Vladimir - People's Republic of China
    President Bush says terrorists won't change American way of life
    President Bush announces education partnership with Muslim nations
    President Bush signs the Patriot Act.
    President Launches Bush "Lessons of Liberty"

    November 2001
    Airline crashes in Queens New York killing 255 people on board.
    President Bush proclaims National Adoption Month.
    President Bush proclaims World Freedom Day.
    President Bush signs Presidential Records Act Executive Order.
    President Bush signs Military Construction Appropriations Bill to improve quality of housing for military personnel.
    President Bush signs National Emergency Construction Authority Executive Order
    President Bush Acts to make holiday travel safer.
    President Bush authorizes transfers from Emergency Response Fund.
    President Bush signs Interior Appropriations Bill.
    President Bush signs Internet Access Taxation Moratorium so the growth of the Internet is not slowed by taxation.
    President Bush issues military order -Detention, Treatment, and Trial of Certain Non-Citizens in the War Against Terrorism

    Oh, and December 2000
    Al Gore challenges election results delaying the Bush administration preparation for office for more than 30 days.

    Ready for December 2001, and 2002?
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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Boo Radley View Post
    Responsibility? No. But in their best interests to do so. They benefit from a strong middle class. The middle class is more vested, and with more money to buy products and contribute, which helps them keep making profits and doing business. It helps the nation to have a strong middle class, and lessons dissention, which often leads to the kind of chaos and protest other countries see.
    See you step on your own toes ... so you disagree that business's are making record profits ??? You can't argue that they are, then in the next breath say it's in their best interests to form a strong middle class here. Liberal likes yourself talk in circles all the time .... . the reason you give for business making record profits are that they don't care about the middle class, and ship jobs overseas. this according to "you" is what makes them "record profits"......... Now right here in this post ... you are saying what ??? That they would make even higher record profits if they took care of the middle class here ??

    Are liberals really this stupid??? Do you honestly think in your very questionable business sense .... that a company any company would move overseas or lay off workers if it were going to produce less profits ?? Over and over liberals (as a whole) show very clearly, why they can't own or run a business.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Catawba View Post
    I don't know of any damage Obama has done except to extend the war longer in Afghanistan longer than necessary,
    No? Tell me about his green jobs plan.

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    Re: Poll: Voters Viewing Occupy Wall St. Unfavorably

    Quote Originally Posted by Sunbelt View Post
    No? Tell me about his green jobs plan.
    You mean that he has invested more in alternative energy, including nuclear, than any president in history?

    Do you mean the one failed company Solyndra, where our investment costs less than a week of the almost 9 year optional war in Iraq?

    What has the GOP leadership in the 2010 Congress done except to continue the tax cuts for the rich?
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