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Posted by Besoeker 2012-06-01 11:41||
#3 The DOJ's objection to removing non-citizens from the voter rolls is that it will disproportionately impact people who do not have the right to vote?
How do these idiots keep a straight face?
Posted by RandomJD 2012-06-01 12:20||
#4 Let's see, as I recall, Lyndon Johnson was president in 1965 and he had the arms of most members of Congress twisted up pretty well behind their backs. Y'all can keep on believing that jimmuh carter was the worst president evar but my vote still goes to old Lyndon Bull...but then that could be because I don't remember Franklin Roosevelt.
Posted by Ebbang Uluque6305 2012-06-01 12:37||
#5 I personally think that if the Government had taken a hands off position with the home mortgage mess and let the banks and investment houses eat their crappy financial schemes, we'd be out of the woods by now.
If Obama had just gone in his office, shut the door and vetoed every piece of financial legislation produced by Congress, we'd be around the corner.
The financial meddling,much as FDR's ill advised tinkering extended and made the Depression worse, has made this DEPRESSION worse.
We are in a Depression folks. No two ways to cut it unless you are a Nobel Laureate Economist with his head stuck to the shoulder blades up Obama's butt....are you listening Paul, you are an idiot.
Posted by Bill Clinton 2012-06-01 14:29||
#6 Holder has to go. He is a danger to our Republic. He is the most partisan, racist AG we have ever had.
Posted by JohnQC 2012-06-01 14:37||
#7 Both da bros gotta go
Posted by crazyhorse 2012-06-01 21:56||
#8 if the Government had taken a hands off position with the home mortgage mess and let the banks and investment houses eat their crappy financial schemes, we'd be out of the woods by now.
The Gov't was the cause of the mortgage mess in forcing the lenders to write mortgages they normally would not. ACORN called it red-lining and racism, but the bottom line was nobody wanted to write loans and mortgages to people who could not pay them back. Not unless the Gov't would buy the bad paper, which spiraled off into the mess we know today.
And yes, everything the Gov't has done to 'fix' the problem has made it worse.
Posted by SteveS 2012-06-01 22:34||