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How long with America put up with republicans attempts at undermining the economy with fear tactics?

For the last year, we have listened to Fox News, uneducated AM talk show hosts, and Republican representatives, calling for disaster and predicting doom on the country. Despite all that, the economy continues to slowly rebuild. The greatest factor against job increases is employers fearful of an economic decline predicted by the republicans. How long before a majority of Americans see through the republican ploy to stall the economy in the name of power?

Asked By: Blessed Cheesemaker (cancelled) - 12/29/2009
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The actual cause of our current economic depression has been a combination of outsourcing our manufacturing capacity to our preeminent economic and strategic enemy, China, and a congressional failure to regulate our only viable remaining industry, banking, which was mutual a Democrat/Republican effort that was... More
Answered By: Ryunkin - 12/29/2009
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i wouldn't call 3 trillion in spending in under a year fear mongering.and considering that those employers pay the most in taxes,it doesn't seem to far fetched why they feel that way.maybe they will just move over seas for a better tax rate.
Answered By: PIXIE - 12/29/2009
 
So, the truth bothers you? Is that what you are asking?
Answered By: Well Duh! - 12/29/2009
 
For as long it takes to get Obama and his band of socialists out...
Answered By: fatboy - 12/29/2009
 
Yeah, its fear that keeps our taxes high and our businesses uncompetitive, not government spending.
Answered By: Barefoot Polecat Jones - 12/29/2009
 
The GOP would love see our nation torn asunder so that they can step in to play "Savior"...its really all they have and they know it.
Answered By: Zap - 12/29/2009
 
To a certain extent I hope that your side does do away with the republicans. Then the disaster that is inbound, both economically and socially, will be squarely at your feet. We conservatives are sorry that our insistence in pointing out facts is so upsetting to you.
Answered By: geoweeg - 12/29/2009
 
we back to 4% unemployment yet?..... are stocks trading at 12000 again... More
Answered By: garyb1616 - 12/29/2009
 
Undermining the economy is exclusively democrat.
Answered By: Me This Is You - 12/29/2009
 
I thought you folks said in November 08 that Republicans have no more power. Which is it, either they are able to, as the minority party, block all the Dems want and control the economy or you guys are in charge. Please pick a point and stick with it. All the liberal flip flops are giving me a headache.
Answered By: Palin scares liberals - 12/29/2009
 
So you guys listen to a bunch of uneducated actors like Janeane Garafolo, Alec Baldwin and Sean Penn, and then point fingers at people to listen to uneducated radio talk show hosts... More
Answered By: El Tecolote - 12/29/2009
 
<<The greatest factor against job increases is employers fearful of an economic decline predicted by the republicans... More
Answered By: Philip McCrevice - 12/29/2009
 
The book of Rove that's all they know scare people with lies and we can get elected and get in power and screw up this country again
Answered By: On the left and proud - 12/29/2009
 
The biggest dumbest far-left question I have seen today.
Answered By: Dell - 12/29/2009
 
I thought the Republicans were a defunct party that no longer supports the USA. What are you afraid of? Ghosts?
Answered By: Yepper - 12/29/2009
 
Well your quite confused for sure and that's exactly what the democrooks count on but fortunately there isn't many of you out there and the democrooks are nothing more than dinosaurs that will soon be extinct and Obama and the gang will be nothing more than a bad moment in our countries history that must never be... More
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Answered By: moo goo gai pan - 12/29/2009
 
Republican truths vs. Democratic disinformation?
Answered By: Desk3Bound - 12/29/2009
 
Why do you call us agreeing with Obama "fear tactics... More
Answered By: Peace through blinding force - 12/29/2009
 
The best tactic for the GOP now is to shut the fu*k up. They screwed it up and the economy is rebuild while the Dems hold the majority. Predicting doom can only make their comeback even less possible.
Answered By: ThaMarine - 12/29/2009
 
Oh I don't know, maybe when they stop SPENDING, and do what it takes to make and sustain jobs. So far they have created gov jobs that last for a few weeks, what the heck is that... More
Answered By: rsc3033 - 12/29/2009
 
"How long before a majority of Americans see through the republican ploy to stall the economy in the name of power?" A majority of Americans did on Nov. 4, 2008.
Answered By: homegirl - 12/29/2009
 
the silent majority already has. you just haven't heard about it because they're silent. nationwide, 2010 will be a repeat of this past year's 23rd new york election, with the moderates spanking the conservatives once again for their intractible extremism.
Answered By: myrrdin810 - 12/29/2009
 
Liberal mentality = When republicans are in power, everything is the republicans' fault. When democrats are in power, everything is the republicans' fault.
Answered By: Dan - 12/29/2009
 
Yeah, how long before Americans stop paying attention to the truth and facts and go back to listening to PMSNBC, uneducated Hollywood actors and DUMocrat representatives calling for disaster and predicting doom on the country and just accept without question all the lies, distortions, propaganda and empty promises of... More
Answered By: Hugh Ouancaires - 12/29/2009
 
The debt ceiling has been raised to 12 trillion dollars, unemployment is in double digits, bank failures continue, massive home loss, the list is almost endless. Perhaps you need to remove your blinders. Where is the economy improving?
Answered By: katmandu_85219 - 12/29/2009
 
most of these folks are using someone elses numbers, the cbo has said the same things. the cbo said no new net jobs for five years, with four to go, are they stupid? no. and if the reps have no control and are a withering minority, how are they even players? non issue
Answered By: 60 min man - 12/29/2009
 
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