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Ronald Reagan

Obama: We are out of money.

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So what's the deal with giving GM $4 billion more just recently? I mean I get the fact that they're trying to keep these huge companies afloat because of the ripple effect of them failing would have on large segments of our economy (parts suppliers, dealers, labor, etc.) but why give them so much more money now when it seems fairly clear that they will have to go into bankruptcy anyway? I'll admit I don't understand it.

I don't either. It's like hair plugs. What's the point? You're going bald!

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The funny part is the Bush admin and the Obama admin is the same with our rescission. Throw money at it and hope it goes away.

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good thread, poster Ronald Reagan

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the Gov't should quit bailing out these mismanaged businesses and also legalize pot and tax it.Also quit building so many prisons,let the nonviolent prisoners who are locked up for a dimebag free.It cost $ to keep em locked up.

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Of course we're out of money...Bush was an idiot spending the way he did, but look what he spent HIS on. Katrina...two wars...you know...those sorts of things. Obama has spent what in his first 100?

And guys...the weed heads...seriously...stick to finding grim reapers in rock posters, weed delegalization ain't fixing these deficits.

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Of course we're out of money...Bush was an idiot spending the way he did, but look what he spent HIS on. Katrina...two wars...you know...those sorts of things. Obama has spent what in his first 100?

And guys...the weed heads...seriously...stick to finding grim reapers in rock posters, weed delegalization ain't fixing these deficits.

So you want the gov't to continue throwing $ and resources at keeping pot illegal.Seems like most people are in prison becaude of it,what a waste of $!No legalizing pot won't erase the deficit but it won't hurt and it probably will put a dent in it.gov't waste too much $ on stupid poo,the drug war,bailing out huge corporations,sending $ to countries that hate us,etc!

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We've been out of money since the first bailout. We've just been spending what we don't have. Save our economic system? What the hell ever. Just an excuse for the federal government to garner more power from the people without us batting an eye.

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Do you know how many Obama voters ACORN employs?

Every black person over the age of 13 voted at least once.

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