View Poll Results: Is Obama just really Bush II?

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    Re: Is Obama just really Bush II?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kane View Post
    Obama laid off 550,000 teachers and they still think the Democrap Party represents them. What delusion.

    ...Uh....Obama did no such thing:

    "100,000 teachers nationwide face layoff (Washington Post)


    As early as Thursday, the House Appropriations Committee expects to take up a bill that couples the school funding with spending for the Afghanistan war -- a measure that has bipartisan support. But a parallel push in the Senate stalled this week after a leading proponent concluded that he couldn't muster enough votes to surmount Republican opposition"


    100,000 teachers nationwide face layoffs

    Either you Lie, or are uninformed...please choose.

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    Re: Is Obama just really Bush II?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kane View Post
    Obama laid off 550,000 teachers and they still think the Democrap Party represents them. What delusion.
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    "And if Obama is so supportive of working people then why did he sit on his hands while 550,000 state and local workers (mainly teachers) were laid off (in the last 3 years) when more federal fiscal stimulus could have easily kept them employed and boosted GDP at the same time? "

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    Re: Is Obama just really Bush II?

    Quote Originally Posted by Kane View Post
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    "And if Obama is so supportive of working people then why did he sit on his hands while 550,000 state and local workers (mainly teachers) were laid off (in the last 3 years) when more federal fiscal stimulus could have easily kept them employed and boosted GDP at the same time? "
    "Senate Republicans, joined by three conservative members of the Democratic caucus, blocked a floor debate on a key portion of President Obama’s jobs bill, which would have provided states $35 billion to hire or retain teachers and emergency responders.

    The final tally on the late Thursday vote was 50-50, with Sens. Mark Pryor (D-AR), Joe Lieberman (I-CT), and Ben Nelson (D-NE) voting with the entire Republican caucus to support the filibuster. The GOP continues to oppose all economic stimulus proposals that involve spending money on jobs, and take even greater exception to Obama’s jobs bills, which pays for that spending with a small surtax on millionaires."


    Senate Republicans Block Dem Jobs Bill For Teachers, Firefighters | TPMDC

    He tried...Republicans fought is, and still are.

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