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    Re: Greece brought to standstill by anti-austerity strike

    Quote Originally Posted by Erod View Post
    Obama proves every day how much he despises the very fabric of this country and seeks to reconstruct it in the form his mentors so want it to be. He's laying the groundwork to change....everything.
    If you really believe that, and aren't just saying it as hyper-partisan Coulter-Hannity, fire-up-the-base rhetoric...

    If you honestly believe that to be a true fact... then I feel sorry for you, because the polarization has had the unintended consequence of divorcing some from reality.

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    Re: Greece brought to standstill by anti-austerity strike

    obama is a radical extremist

    he wanted to REACH OUT to IRAN

    LOL!

    he thinks the mexican DRUG CARTELS are a reaction to ARIZONAN RACISM

    when MORE THAN HALF of those who've TAKEN his MORTGAGE MODIFICATIONS almost immediately REDEFAULT, he gives em MORE

    he EXEMPTS the S-E-I-U from CADILLAC taxes he IMPOSES on every other patriotic american

    he hires as CZARS various racists, truthers, advocates of forced sterilization, proponents of pets suing people, organizers of fistgate seminars for teens...

    he called REV WRIGHT a MENTOR (LOL!)

    he MIRANDIZES mutallab and moves KSM to manhattan

    in EIGHTY SIX pages purportedly EXPLAINING the fort hood assassinations, he can't bring himself to mention the murderer's MOTIVE

    his obamacare includes PUBLIC FUNDING OF ABORTION (according to mike oliverio, WINNER of wva's DEM primary)

    he once told americans who disagree with him essentially to shut up, asking their neighbors to rat em out to him for their "fishy thoughts"

    and when greece gets ugly, dragging down the whole of europe and asia, as well, our genuine frenchified socialist actually pressures frau merkel und ihre freunden to fork over fatter and faster

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    Re: Greece brought to standstill by anti-austerity strike

    and the results?

    775 us banks on the fdic's problem list, 10% of our lending institutions

    3-months-late's are up for the SIXTEENTH straight QUARTER

    (do you appreciate how HIGH you have to be as a STATISTIC to be the highest of SIXTEEN straight high's?)

    ominous: it's COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE

    SEVENTY TWO lenders have been SHUT DOWN this year, more than TWICE the rate of last year

    argue with THAT data (unless you're a personality whore)

    U.S. Banks Post Profit, but Woes Persist - WSJ.com

    either way, have a wonderful weekend (there aren't gonna be too many left)
    Last edited by The Prof; 05-21-10 at 03:56 PM.

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    Re: Greece brought to standstill by anti-austerity strike

    retirement at age 44 with a pension over 100G?

    Payback Time - Padded Pensions Add to New York?s Fiscal Woes - NYTimes.com

    what are we, greece?

    no wonder our states are collectively up against ONE TO THREE TRILLION dollars of UNFUNDED LIABILITY

    FT.com / US / Economy & Fed - US state pensions becoming federal issue

    no SPIN, folks, not a degree of rotation

    ie, it's THAT bad

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