What can we do to stop Obama from bailing out Capitalism again with more spending?

Generation outsource`s mistakes must be exposed. All this government spending is covering up their failure. We were told it is not the presidents job to create jobs in 2005 but now the same people tell us Obama is not creating enough jobs. I am sick of our government playing this protectionist roll with peoples in Capitalism.

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Not much. Why didn't you complain when Reagan and Bush 2 did this? ;.
Answered By: Joe Heaton - 9/12/2011
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cool story bro
Answered By: Internet Tough Guy - 9/12/2011
Haha, your question assumes that you actually have any power to do anything? Shut up, go vote, hope your guy wins but you really have no control over the jobs bill. Every legislator in congress has probably made up their mind by now. They get to vote, not you. Sorry buddy.
Answered By: James - 9/12/2011
The government cannot create jobs by spending money because the money has to first be taken from those who hire people and buy things from people who have jobs. Government creates jobs by allowing an environment that encourages businesses to prosper and expand. That means less, not more, involvement.
Answered By: jaker - 9/12/2011
People need to have their butt down at the voting poles this year. This government is a mess. Republicans/Democrats the same.
Answered By: Good & Plenty - 9/12/2011
Just let the banks fail. Do you realize that would put America in a full blown depression. If we're not creating jobs now, what makes you think we'd be able to create jobs if we let those banks fail?
Answered By: Jeffersons - 9/12/2011
Fidel Castro's brother told us earlier this year that Socialism doesn't work. But you idiots didn't get the memo. Wake up ... and go talk with the Castro family.
Answered By: Archie Leach - 9/12/2011
We could hang all lobbyists but we would be in trouble for that .The only viable option we the people have is to elect Ron Paul . Go against the media cover - up of his support . Let them spend billions to discredit the man , all we need is a number 2 pencil to vote for him .
Answered By: magick - 9/12/2011
You can't bail out capitalism, that's an oxymoron. The minute you engage in bailouts, capitalism is GONE. You can't have both. If we had capitalism, the banks would have been allowed to fail in 2008... ...As you well know... ...because you keep asking the same question and getting the same answer. Why?
Answered By: Socrates Poole II - 9/12/2011
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