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Sunday, January 27, 2013

 

President Obama Laments Rush Limbaugh And Fox News' Influence On Public Debate

http://www.mediaite.com/online/president-obama-laments-rush-limbaugh-and-fox-news-influence-on-public-debate/


Comments:
BRRUUUUUAHHAHAAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA
Oh Boo Hoooooooooooooooooooooo.!
Barry is a gangster.
"(Obama) claimed that “leaders like myself—and I include Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi in this—are willing to buck the more absolutist-wing elements in our party to try to get stuff done,...”

Say WHAT?
You and Reid and Pelosi will buck the more absolutist-wing elements in your party? LMAO!
You 3 ARE the the most absolutist-wing elements in your party!
I understand you're talking to your base of stupid people but puh-leeeeeeeze! Go easy on the hypocrisy, will ya?

Well how come they never tried to buck the wing and balance the budget??
If yah didn't try yah won't get it done, yes Sir some leaders..!
Well how come they never tried to buck the wing and balance the budget??
If yah didn't try yah won't get it done, yes Sir some leaders..!
When did the Republican Administration balance the budget and leave it in black?
I don't believe they were asking or saying what the Republican admin was doing , I do believe He was talking for himself and the other henchmen/women in his admin, wouldn't you say.
Besides I don't believe you answer a question with a question , do you....!
Madman, you clearly lack intelligence. Infusing non-standard English with English makes you sound like a confused moron idiot. You sound worst than Jarhead and Deep Throat. So STFUB!
Comment #7 GD f'ing stupid as$ question with a question, you think you are so GD smart u ignorant racist janet.

Here are some facts. Although he was dragged screaming and crying he at least cared about his legacy.

Fact Check: Who was president the last time the budget was balanced?

– The U.S. government suffered budget deficits every year from 1970 through 1997.
– Democrat Bill Clinton was president in 1998, when the government finally recorded a surplus.
– There also were budget surpluses in 1999, 2000 and in 2001. 2001 was the last year the Clinton administration proposed the budget.
– Republican George W. Bush succeeded Clinton in 2001. The United States had a budget deficit in 2002, and it has recorded budget deficits every year since. The deficit is projected to increase substantially this year under President Barack Obama.
– Republicans say they should get at least some of the credit for the balanced budgets during the Clinton administration, because Republican majorities controlled both the House and Senate.



Bottom Line: Democrat Bill Clinton was president the last time the federal budget was balanced, and Republicans controlled Congress.

And remember 9/11 f'd it all up. And The dems while gwb was in office didn't want to fix the housing bubble the caused the terrible mess were in now, and barry don't care sh1t he is taking your money for his retirement.

FYI: Dwight Eisenhower was last Republican President to preside over a balanced budget. He had a balanced budget in 1956 and 1957. Since then, there have been two presidents to preside over balanced budgets, LBJ in 1969 and Clinton in 1998 through 2001. During the last 40 years there have been five budget surpluses, all five were under Democratic Presidents: 1969, 1998, 1999, 2000, and 2001.


lil' sh1tty is also correct, as I wrote above. The balanced budget that is most relevant to us in our time was the Clinton balanced budget, it was a Repubic congreff with a demoncrat executive that TOGETHER "balanced" the fed. budget. This was when demoncrats and repubics cared about the USA and at least had similar goals of noble duty to our country.

The current demoncrats in the executive are radicals bent on f'ing this country into a pile of dog sh1t.
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