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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    learn from someone who doesn't know what he or she is talking about?

    learn how to cut the deficit in half?

    LOL!

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    learn from someone who doesn't know what he or she is talking about?

    learn how to cut the deficit in half?

    LOL!
    In your mind what was the stated timeline to accomplish that?

    Do you even remember how long it took the previous adminstration to take a SURPLUS into a record deficit?
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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    cut the deficit in half?

    4 years, said obama

    grow up

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    Quote Originally Posted by The Prof View Post
    cut the deficit in half?

    4 years, said obama

    grow up
    Look Prof you telling me to grow up makes yourself appear no less childish.

    Four years is an ambitious goal and a postive outlook as far as our nations interests are concerned.

    It's refreshing to finally have a president who has such goals reguarding our nations interests as a whole.
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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    goals

    LOL!

    grow up

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    I noticed you didn't bother to answer this question.


    Do you even remember how long it took the previous adminstration to take a SURPLUS into a record deficit?

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    not long enough

    history, again

    you are definitely going to win last november

    LOL!

    cut the deficit in half in how long?

    how 'bout ever?

    CBO: Budget deficit hit record $1.4T in 2009 - Yahoo! News

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    White House projects record deficit for 2009 - CNN.com

    President Bush inherited a budget surplus of $128 billion when he took office in 2001 but has since posted a budget deficit every year. View a history of the government deficits and surpluses

    The Bush administration has spent heavily on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, and faces a large budget shortfall in tax revenue in part because of Bush's tax cuts and a souring economy.

    A Democratic point man on the budget, Sen. Kent Conrad of North Dakota, blasted the administration for its "reckless fiscal policies," blaming the president's tax cuts for driving the government into deficit and saying Bush "will be remembered as the most fiscally irresponsible president in our nation's history." Watch Conrad call the federal debt Bush's legacy

    Conrad, who chairs the Senate's budget committee, accused the president of "squandering" the surplus he inherited from President Bill Clinton and said the increased debt the government has taken on to cover the deficit has undermined the value of the dollar and hurt the overall economy.

    "If they gave out Olympic medals for fiscal irresponsibility, President Bush would take the gold, silver and bronze," Conrad said. "With his eight years in office, he will have had the five highest deficits ever recorded. And the highest of those deficits is now projected to come in 2009, as he leaves office."


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    Read it Prof...it took eight years and Obama is going to repair this wound in four....

    You guys are going to be toast for years to come.

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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    Quote Originally Posted by goldendog View Post
    I noticed you didn't bother to answer this question.


    Do you even remember how long it took the previous adminstration to take a SURPLUS into a record deficit?
    If we had such record surpluses, then why was a recession beginning when Bush stepped into office. We both know the answer to that, the surplus projections were total bull****, and you know it too. Now let's drop that nonsense once and for all.
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    Re: Obama reaffirms will end "Don't ask Don't tell"

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    If we had such record surpluses, then why was a recession beginning when Bush stepped into office. We both know the answer to that, the surplus projections were total bull****, and you know it too. Now let's drop that nonsense once and for all.
    You are right..the recession started the instant Bush decided to go on a record long vacation after being warned from several souces of a impending attack on our country.

    Then it was exacerbated when he made the decision to divert our nations resources into his war in Iraq. A place and a government that had ZERO to do with the 9-11 attacks and toss billions into the wind. When we should have been spending it in the right places for the right reasons.

    He had a 128 billion surplus the day he stepped into office.

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