Do atheist realize that their president Obama has given us a higher debt than all other presidents combined?
Instead of bailing out the big banks and auto giants, he could have used that money to help real people who need help - not fat cats who are friends of his Chicago thug cronies.
Asked By: Humor is the best medicine.. - 11/5/2012
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Where do you morons get the idea that all Atheists are Liberal/Democrat? Or American for that matter... More
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But have you adjusted this for inflation?
Answered By: Rustic B - 11/5/2012
1) He's not my president, not all atheists are Americans 2) Bush almost single handedly destroyed the entire world economy, your economy was ruined before Obama took up office.
Answered By: Semtex - 11/5/2012
Why do atheists have anything to do with this? It's not their fault. :(
Answered By: Feliciano - 11/5/2012
Proof? @ Michelle: The bailout for the banks was from the Bush administration.
Answered By: Kenneth Xavier - 11/5/2012
He hasn't. Bush Jr. not only wiped out Clinton's surplus, he ran the debt up to over $10 trillion during his two terms. Don't blame Obama for Bush's debts.
Answered By: lainiebsky - 11/5/2012
I'm an atheist and I'm voting Romney. So much for your generalizations. Why is it the Christians try to lump people together into groups and decide what they think then criticize them for it. Wouldn't it be more Christlike to ask?
Answered By: Lynn - 11/5/2012
Or in other words... More
Answered By: The Beat - 11/5/2012
I'm an atheist and I didn't vote for Obama last time nor this time (early voting). Please don't lump me in with Democrats just because I have different religious beliefs than most conservatives.
Answered By: Dasher7476 - 11/5/2012
Obama is the president of the USA not atheism and he happens to be a Christian you sillily fundie.
Answered By: Réasúnach of the Emerald Isle - 11/5/2012
it is sad to say but Obama is all part of a bigger plan, this country is rule by satan
Answered By: Peter - 11/5/2012
No because your statement is totally incorrect... More
Answered By: Lance - 11/5/2012
here's a chart to show the level of debt without the bush tax cuts, war in iraq, and global financial crisis, all caused by bush policies... More
Answered By: Kumquat May - 11/5/2012
Since when are all the world's atheists citizens of America?
Answered By: HomoSapien - 11/5/2012
obama is not an atheist and the US economy is still struggling to recover from the monumental incompetence of Bush, the bible believing born again imbecile
Answered By: Bongo McGurk - 11/5/2012
Not all atheist are americans and you need to realize just because someone is atheist it means they'll vote for Obama.Just because someones black does that mean they'll vote for romney ?No idiot.
Answered By: Wallyson - 11/5/2012
The bailouts were in progress from Bush before Obama took office and supported by the majority of Republicans. So I don't think its an Obama issue. He agreed with the advice of analysts that the consequences of not doing so would hurt the economy and real people more. It's also the case that the policies that lead to... More
Answered By: Mia - 11/5/2012
Do theists realize that the President does not determine the budget? Fall asleep during Civics class, did you?
Answered By: Dr Erasmus Quizzard III - 11/5/2012
Do fundies realize that he was given the highest dept in existence. You need to get with reality. Bush gave billions to the banks and the automakers.
Answered By: Ricardo - 11/5/2012
The best way to calc debt from good debt and bad debt is to measure it against the GDP. In good conditions, a country's debt/GDP ratio is around 80%. Canada for instance is at 85%. The worst is Italy at 130... More
Answered By: Randy the Atheist - 11/5/2012
And he isn't done yet! A few more trillion coming right up! If we give him the chance.
Answered By: PaulCyp - 11/5/2012
The national debt is higher than it has ever been. But this is a statement that has been true every year for the past half century or so (except for one or 2 of the years when Clinton was president), that's what "deficit" means... More
Answered By: Chem Flunky - 11/5/2012
I don't give a tiniest crap about Obama and all other presidents combined. Nor I give a small excrement about level of debt.
Answered By: Benny - 11/5/2012
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