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by Ohwiseone
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Barack Obama Legacy

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NasCarNut

Just the facts on the economy from Forbes: •Personal disposable income has grown nearly 6 times more under Democratic presidents •Gross Domestic Product (GDP) has grown 7 times more under Democratic presidents •Corporate profits have grown over 16% more per year under Democratic presidents (they actually declined under Republicans by an average of 4.53%/year) •Average annual compound return on the stock market has been 18 times greater under Democratic presidents (If you inve...sted $100k for 40 years of Republican administrations you had $126k at the end, if you invested $100k for 40 years of Democrat administrations you had $3.9M at the end) •Republican presidents added 2.5 times more to the national debt than Democratic presidents •The two times the economy steered into the ditch (Great Depression and Great Recession) were during Republican administrations.

Posted 69 days ago.

absolem

player...Iran. some could argue that since the Iraqis no longer desire american assistance at this time, we have been shown the door so to speak. the absense of american presence is very troubling on a diplomatic and intelligence level. the rebuilding of ancient muslim world could be unfolding at this very time. good or bad is yet to be seen...however i think the wests best interest does not involve complete unification. i have been perplexed as to why exactly they have not become a single nation or even mimic the european union. certainly they have geographical and soon to be nuclear capabilities as well as monetary advantages that could make them another superpower. what do you folks think?

Posted 74 days ago.

absolem

partial repost from yahoo news: Iraqi Leader...“I'm calling on the Islamic world to rise up to this,” he said. “It is more dangerous to the Islamic world than the rest of the world. They're trying to damage our own religion. They try to take our own belief from us. They're trying to destroy what we have believed in for centuries.” One Muslim nation has already heeded Iraq’s call for help in great measure: Iran. Iran is playing a leading advisory role in Iraq’s largest military operation yet against ISIS: a mission to retake the city of Tikrit, which fell under ISIS control last summer. “Well, Iran is a neighbor,” al-Abadi explained. “And Iran feels itself under threat. So I think they are helping in in a lot of ways.” Iraq did not request U.S. assistance in carrying out the mission......this would be an indication of a successful plan by the Obama administration if his plan was to pit muslim against muslim. on the outside appears to be a great strategy until one notices the other pla

Posted 74 days ago.

Stillhere

Absolem I agree with you but there is some sticker shock coming for those that think the govt helped them

Posted 74 days ago.

absolem

whether they do it to offset taxes or satisfy their soul, the fact is we give. the astoundingly profound fact is that it is still not enough. the bottomless pit of need can't be filled by a few, but if each person strives to lighten the load by providing for themselves, then we can help someone that needs and wants help now.

Posted 74 days ago.

absolem

good morning Stillhere. it seems that the numbers will be rolling in pretty soon and Moderation will have the figures for the net cost to you and everyone else to provide for the endless and ever-growing healthcare needs and costs thatare shouldered by those that strive to provide for themselves. as clinical as it sounds, the costs is the cost...and from what i have found, you can't always pay bills with empathy. i think what alot of people fail to consider is the sheer amount of money that is donated to organizations that provide for those in need. i did a little searching and found the following: "Americans gave $335.17 billion in 2013In 2013, the largest source of charitable giving came from individuals at $241.32 billion, or 72% of total giving; followed by foundations ($50.28 billion/15%), bequests ($26.81 billion/8%), and corporations ($16.76 billion/5%)." i know that Americans are quite charitable on their own without "forced" philantrophy. whther they do it

Posted 74 days ago.

Stillhere

Obamacare exchange customers set for significant premium spikes, CBO predicts

Posted 74 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Poor little liar , is your arse sore from being exposed as a liar ?Its just a matter of time !

Posted 76 days ago.

Stillhere

Poor widdle ting

Posted 76 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Its just a matter of time !

Posted 76 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Poor little liar , is your arse sore from being exposed as a liar ?

Posted 76 days ago.

Stillhere

Poor widdle munster still butt hurt from his trouncing?

Posted 76 days ago.

Ohwiseone

LIES - GETTING CAUGHT ! its just a matter of time !

Posted 76 days ago.

Stillhere

Sour grapes= Bitter whine

Posted 77 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Just trying to get you the help you need !

Posted 77 days ago.

Stillhere

Once again you display your childish nature. Enjoy those sour grapes

Posted 77 days ago.

Ohwiseone

Yes, they do have therapy for habitual lying tiredbrain troll ! You should seek help !

Posted 77 days ago.

Stillhere

Scratches head and shakes it. Therapist really?

Posted 77 days ago.

absolem

Beright...i have this visual of a young person who goes by beright sprawled out next to a newspaper rack with one sleeve rolled up, a tourniquet aplied and a rolled - up newspaper jabbed into a vein as if you are main lining it to feed your addiction...say it ain't so!!!!

Posted 77 days ago.

NasCarNut

If that is what this posting thing is about, I have decided I can live without this.

When we don't see you post we'll know you have succeeded, good luck...

Posted 77 days ago.
 
 
 
 

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