Why do Republicans want to go after the unemployed who can't find a job while giving a free pass to?
"job creators" who aren't creating jobs? Why should we keep showering the "job creators" with tax cuts and subsidies instead of holding them accountable for failing to create enough jobs? Why do Republicans hold Obama accountable for weak job growth after they blocked stimulus spending by claiming the government cannot create jobs? Edit for Fred: Because I pay enough attention to see that one party really is a lot worse than the other. Also because I recognize the impracticality of replacing both major political parties. I'm middle-aged now; I'm no longer a dreamer; I'm interested in actually delivering positive results for our country. That means working with what we have instead of pining for something that doesn't exist.
Asked By: Chewy Ivan 2 - 2/1/2013
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I noticed all the responses seem to give the GOP a huge pass on their entrenched recalcitrance and death-grip obsession with filibustering everything that isn't a tax cut or a hidden language giveaway to... More
Answered By: Certainty is an illusion - 2/3/2013
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....notice how, unlike 2004, the Democrats aren't claiming to have all the support from "the educated ones...?"
Answered By: u_bin_called - 2/1/2013
Answered By: Stereotypemebecauseyouknow - 2/1/2013
I think a better question would be this: Why after watching both parties fail so spectacularly do you feel any need to defend one over the other? You people amuse me. Your arguments always boil down to "we'd really much prefer to get screwed with grease than without". Why don't you clowns just stop voting to get... More
Answered By: Fred - 2/1/2013
With the current president raising taxes (income, capital gain, dividends, ...) and increasing regulation (adding to the cost of a business), why would anyone put money at risk knowing the return is chopped up by he government? So clearly Democrats don't want anyone, except government workers, to rely on themselves but... More
Answered By: taurushead - 2/1/2013
I do recall that Obama passed a $787 billion dollar stimulus when he entered the office, when he had complete control. He promised the unemployment would not go above 8% if it was passed. That did not happen. You can blame Republicans all you want for the economy, by we tried it your way, and it didn't work... More
Answered By: Shane - 2/1/2013
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