Rev. Skarekroe: Ishkur: Bush injured America.Obama has stopped the bleeding.But the Republicans won't let the wound heal.You call that stopping the bleeding? If we rub some salt in it, then we'll get some REAL results!
Meanniss: Rev. Skarekroe: Ishkur: Bush injured America.Obama has stopped the bleeding.But the Republicans won't let the wound heal.You call that stopping the bleeding? If we rub some salt in it, then we'll get some REAL results!We survived the ER, the operation we are out of intensive care but rehab takes time and is hard.
acefox1: Four years ago this fall about 1/2 of everybody I know was either getting laid off or lucky to survive huge rounds of lay-offs.Four years ago this fall, most people I know saw their 401K's get wiped out.Four years ago this fall, friends and family of mine were liquidating their assets to horde gold, guns and ammo getting ready for the end of western civilization.Nobody I know has gone through that in a few years so yeah, I'd say everybody is a lot better off than the free-fall we were in 4 years ago.
Brick-House: but later after he got his ass chewed by Obama, he said we were better off. So I guess it's settled then.
The Great EZE: That graph should be all Obama needs to win reelection--if the public ever gets a chance to see it. I wonder if there's anything in the debate rules to prevent him from blowing it up and hanging a copy from his lectern for the whole 90 minutes.
gamempire: He was an OK mayor in Baltimore, but at the state level as governor, he's beyond awful. He's going to use his last two years in office as a springboard to try and get the Democratic nomination in 2016, instead of trying to fix some of the problems he's created in Maryland. Problem is he has no chance at getting it; the guy has more skeletons in his closet than Nixon and Agnew combined. I despise FOX News, but they're going to have a field day with him in a few years.
theknuckler_33: Ryan: "Without a change in leadership, why would the next four years be any different from the last four years?"One prominent Democrat said the answer to the question was "no."Since when is a "why" question answered yes/no?"But that's not the question of this election," Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley said on CBS on Sunday. "The question, without a doubt, we are not as well off as we were before George Bush brought us the Bush job losses, the Bush recession, the Bush deficits, the series of desert wars -- charged for the first time to credit cards, the national credit cards."Oh yea, O'Malley really fileted Obama there.Republicans pounced on O'Malley's admission, with Ryan issuing a statement saying it was proof that Obama's policies aren't working.[4.bp.blogspot.com image 520x399]
Codenamechaz: SlothB77: O'Malley and Maryland democrats were against casinos and slots in maryland while Ehrlich (R) was Governor and wanted to legalize them in the state. They blocked casinos and slots the entire Ehrlich tenure. Then when O'Malley was elected, Maryland dems approved casinos and slots and now they are taking all the credit for legalizing gambling in Maryland./table games now allowed in maryland.Actually, the only reason they legalized casino gambling in Maryland was because of the Referendum that passed in 08.
Bob16: The Banksters are better offWall Street is better offThe health insurance companies have a captive customer base now so they sure are better off.Obama went to bat for all of them and made sure they were better off.But the O-bots want you to stop blaming Obama because Joe six pack isn't better off. Their ass-kissing analysis boils down to "you joe six packs have an unrealistic expectation of what Obama can do for you".They are just like the Bush ass kissers.
Tumunga: And I bet he blamed it on Bush./Did he?//didn't read the article.
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