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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    I seriously think that you may very likely be the only person in America that believes that GWB was an economic genius. Even Navy Pride doesn't believe that.
    Unfortunately you are one of many in this country that believes GW Bush is still in the WH. Let me break it to you, he left over 18 months ago and your hero, the one you tout in your tag line has added millions to unemployment and 3 trillion dollars to the debt. He goes around the country making campaign speeches demonizing Bush and Republicans, something a leader would never do. You voted for an empty suit based upon rhetoric while ignoring the resume showing zero leadership skills and management skills. Now the best you can do is divert from this disaster.

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    What's your excuse for 8 years of Bush?
    Historians will judge GW Bush based upon his record, not what people like you think. BEA.gov, BLS.gov, and the U.S. Treasury offer objective data which of course you ignore or are simply too lazy to researc. I will take the 4.5 trillion growth in GDP, a pro business, pro capitalistic economy, 52 straight months of job growth vs what we have now. You can continue to ignore it but Barack Obama is the most unqualified, worst excuse for a President that this country has ever had. Jimmy Carter is the happiest man in the country today.

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Historians will judge GW Bush based upon his record
    They already have. You are hoping that perhaps history will forget. I have to hand it to you though...you very well might just be the most optimistic man in America.
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    They already have. You are hoping that perhaps history will forget. I have to hand it to you though...you very well might just be the most optimistic man in America.
    Historians are always re-evaluating past performance and their results always change. A year after Reagan left office his rankings were among the lowest but today they are in the top 10. You simply ignore facts because you feel instead of thinking. You buy what you are told by the media and the left while ignoring the basic foundation upon which our economy was built. "Your" empty suit President doesn't understand our economy nor does his Ivy League liberal elite Administration members who are better suited as community agitators vs. policy makers. You fit in well with that group.

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Historians are always re-evaluating past performance and their results always change. A year after Reagan left office his rankings were among the lowest but today they are in the top 10. You simply ignore facts because you feel instead of thinking. You buy what you are told by the media and the left while ignoring the basic foundation upon which our economy was built. "Your" empty suit President doesn't understand our economy nor does his Ivy League liberal elite Administration members who are better suited as community agitators vs. policy makers. You fit in well with that group.

    Like I said....you are very possibly the most optimistic man in America.
    <font size=5><b>Its been several weeks since the Vegas shooting.  Its it still "Too Early" or can we start having the conversation about finally doing something about these mass shootings???​</b></font>

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Like I said....you are very possibly the most optimistic man in America.
    My wife doesn't think so, I do pay closer attention to facts and non partisan sites, something you ought to consider. I was a long term Democrat and even played JFK in a school civics class. I bought the Democrat rhetoric which at the time seemed to have no problem with conservatives, but that party left me, not vice versa. Reagan taught me to trust but verify and that is my motto now. I don't believe any politician and notice how you have not once refuted any of the data I have posted because you cannot. It is verifiable and comes from non partisan data. The results just don't match the Obama rhetoric. Show me a Bureau of Labor Statistics chart for saved jobs? Show me a Bureau of Economic Analysis chart that shows what the economy would have been like had the stimulus plan not passed? Obama claims he saved jobs and brought us back from the brink of a depression. The brain dead, American Idol crowd swoon at the rhetoric but ignore the results.

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    My wife doesn't think so, I do pay closer attention to facts and non partisan sites, something you ought to consider. I was a long term Democrat and even played JFK in a school civics class. I bought the Democrat rhetoric which at the time seemed to have no problem with conservatives, but that party left me, not vice versa. Reagan taught me to trust but verify and that is my motto now. I don't believe any politician and notice how you have not once refuted any of the data I have posted because you cannot. It is verifiable and comes from non partisan data. The results just don't match the Obama rhetoric. Show me a Bureau of Labor Statistics chart for saved jobs? Show me a Bureau of Economic Analysis chart that shows what the economy would have been like had the stimulus plan not passed? Obama claims he saved jobs and brought us back from the brink of a depression. The brain dead, American Idol crowd swoon at the rhetoric but ignore the results.
    Dude....the charts you keep referring to were shown weeks ago not to match your rhetoric. Why do you think that you are the "most optimistic man" in America. You look and one thing and see another. In your world GWB was a genius and a fabulous success. Man.....I want some of the drugs that you are taking.
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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Dude....the charts you keep referring to were shown weeks ago not to match your rhetoric. Why do you think that you are the "most optimistic man" in America. You look and one thing and see another. In your world GWB was a genius and a fabulous success. Man.....I want some of the drugs that you are taking.
    Again, you have yet to prove that the charts I have posted are wrong. Show me the charts on bls.gov that show jobs saved, bea.gov chart that shows what the econony would have gone into depression as Obama has claimed, U.S. Treasury Dept chart that shows Obama that tax revenue will grow after eliminating Bush tax cuts? Show me a Treasury chart showing tax revenue dropping after the Bush and Reagan tax cuts, bls chart that shows unemployment increasing after Bush Reagan tax cuts, and bea.gov showing depression type numbers during the Bush Administration?

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    Re: A Turning Point For Democrats?

    Quote Originally Posted by disneydude View Post
    Dude....the charts you keep referring to were shown weeks ago not to match your rhetoric. Why do you think that you are the "most optimistic man" in America. You look and one thing and see another. In your world GWB was a genius and a fabulous success. Man.....I want some of the drugs that you are taking.
    Tell me what I should be looking at, labor force? Unemployment number? Discouraged workers? Deficits? Economic policy? Naw, that wouldn't be it, because we have to make Obama look good so we look at trends, the trend is an improvement and it really doesn't matter what that improvement is compared against. Doesn't matter that 2009 was a disaster and as bad as the disaster liberals claim 2008 was the numbers today still do not exceed 2008 numbers. So in the face of today's numbers I nominate you as the most optimistic person in the country along with the other millions that continue to support Obama in the face of this economic disaster.

    So Disneydude, apparently you are among the few who believe that a drop in the labor force, drop in employment of 4 million vs. 2008, drop in govt. revenue, spending trillions to get these numbers are good things. Apparently the American people disagree with you as Obama poll numbers continue to drop and are now in the low 40%. You probably should explain your charts to the millions who now see Obama for what he really is, an empty suit, community agitator who is leftwing radical who is economically challenged and his results prove it.

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