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If we feel Bush did nothing wrong, can we survive another economic hit after Obama?

Yes, those of you who want another Republican to take office after Obama, don’t you feel that your Republican leaders should be in the right state of mind? Should you feel that our economic crises is all Obama’s fault AND that the Republicans did nothing wrong, thus feeling that we need to go down the same path as Bush again?

It’s one thing to disagree on topics but it’s dangerous to engage in reckless protest. And it’s all directed and targeted against one man. Obama.

Is America telling Republicans that what Bush did was O.K. and they need another Bush to regain the office of the President in 2012, AND they would not need to take any necessary precautions to keep the collapse of our economy all from happening again at the end of 2016? …..loose the next election AND have to engage in more tea party shenanigans while, perhaps, ousting another Obama?

A transformation from a meaningful disagreement to a reckless protest can mean misinterpretation by your Republican leaders. They may take it to mean that you were satisfied with Bush’s outcome and they need not be careful as how they lead the nation down the same path.

If you show that you don’t care about suffering another economic hit, why should your Republican leaders?

Can we take another hit?//!! AND so soon?!!!!

By all means necessary, show your discontentment about today’s situation, just take care as to how you do it.

…..peace out…
HEY, EL, WRONG BOARD.
HEY, BLUE, WHICH ONE?

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Monday, January 31st, 2011 2012 Survival

10 Comments to If we feel Bush did nothing wrong, can we survive another economic hit after Obama?

brown9500v15
January 31, 2011

I guarantee that the next Republican candidate will be a Neocon tool.

And if they win… the first order of business will be to find a reason to mix it up with Iran.

Deficit and debt be damned…. it will be vital for national security.

El Tecolote
January 31, 2011

So you think the way to fix a $283 billion deficit is to raise it by $1.8 trillion?

News flash – it ain’t gonna work.

Blue Haired Old Lady
January 31, 2011

One has nothing to do with the other.

Anthony C
January 31, 2011

Do you think I would really want to see anymore corporate puppets in office….Throw the Republic rat/Demolitions out! Leave the Democrat and Republican parties. Vote Independent, "Independent” which is really “Decline to State” or “No Party”. The last true American party left.

Obama and Bush are the same as McCain…check my source. If you do some research you will see it was McCains financial advisor along with wall street lawyers wrote the legislation to make the financial crisis possible.

GopClowns
January 31, 2011

another republitard in 2012 will be the end like nostrodomus said

♣B↕g Br♀ H@nd♪wipe§♣
January 31, 2011

Were clearly still under Bushies shadow

Don't you believe them
January 31, 2011

Two wrongs make a right?

Rico
January 31, 2011

I don’t understand what you are saying. Republicans preach cutting spending but quietly spend more. They preach freedom and then take away individual rights in an unprecedented way in the name of security. They preach individual freedom and want to take away a women’s right too choose and gay people to be married.

They are either trying to fool the rest of us or are just hypocrites.

Lost to the Living
January 31, 2011

There will never be another Bush. Bush, killed his families political dynasty.

Americans from all sides of the political spectrum are all concerned with the debt, the economy, and the inflation. Both parties will meet those demands or seat holders will be voted out.

It’s time for Republicans and Democrats to stop putting their own politics ahead of the country, and running up deficits. Truth is both parties want their own version of big government, and I believe it will change soon especially for Republicans. The support for Conservatives like Ron Paul has skyrocketed lately, especially after the CPAC straw poll were Paul won.

More and more Conservatives are flocking to representatives like Paul, because they won’t vote on any legislation that can’t be paid for or is unconstitutional. It won’t be long before the Republican party has to engage with Conservatives like Paul, the Neoconservatives and RINOs won’t be able to paint real Conservatives as crazy nutjobs.

People are concerned, and if you think it’s a "Republican" thing it’s not. It’s a universal concern. The media of course paints it as Republicans in order to promote or attack them.

Cary@collect
December 28, 2012

Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular article!
It is the little changes which will make the most
important changes. Thanks a lot for sharing!

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