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Some lib please explain how Bush spending 2 billion a month was bad, but 787 billion in 100 days - ok?2avinash kumar2012-10-19 00:15:05
Bush is guilty of all but Obama is on pace to run a deficit on its own - four times that of Bush , has nationalized banks , insurance companies , mortgage companies and the auto industry and spent 787 billion on a stimulus fake has done nothing so far - in his own words only saved or created 150,000 jobs , a job that's 5.8 million in 100 days . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus I do not understand . Apply the same logic to Obama and worse by far than Bush ever was . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Obama lied and said that the auto companies need our money to avoid bankruptcy . (which had 40 million to date ) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Obama lied and said it would withdraw from Iraq in 60 days . ( And increasing levels staying elsewhere) MedlinePlus MedlinePlus These are just two of the largest to date. I could go on - easily . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Lie after lie after lie . MedlinePlus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus Just admit libs , Obama is 10 times the failure of Bush ever was. LESS TIME IN SHAPE .
700 Billion Bailout plan! What's going on?0Carter2012-05-08 12:04:43
As we know today, Congress rejected the plan. Leaving only 12 votes needed to approve it. 70% percent of Republicans are against it I think. (Correct me if I'm wrong) My thing is this. Wall Street is the heart of this country to make money for this country. The main street to earn money too, but we all know that if Wall Street did not exist the world would not be a superpower. We all know what will happen in 1929 in depression. People need to realize that if this plan goes through, they will have more of a problem of tax increase. food will rise, gas, and the housing market will fall further. Banks stop lending, jobs will go bankrupt, people off.and was probably a year or two from now gas will probably jump 8 dollars.So if your income is ever the same and all climbing is not able to at least stay above water. I do not understand why America is so stupid ******* on the plan. I think it must be accepted and passed. So what companies are getting out of debt and pay off.I place must be paid off and our country is in a recession all because of stupid people being stubborn dumb ***. If banks stop lending then the loans will not be released for any reason. Wall Street brings in 86.99 percent of national income. Why not to bail. If we enter a depression, we will not be a superpower and China will hold that title. After China will start buying companies in our land and creating a monopoly in the country. Soon there will be hell to the American people to rise then all other countries. Soon there will be runnig a communist country that companies use just to keep pace with flotation. I think we have to ask ourselves is what really should be in a depression? We do not want to lose our superpower status? Do we want other countries come to our country and the purchase of business? Do you want this to happen? I myself and not raise taxes then to make things up. If Wall Street does not receive bailout then this country is just dead! No more U.S. superpower is. What will be more shameful is that while we are fighting in other countries are laughing in our faces. Stupid Americans! Hopefully the plan will not pass and the 12 people who are afraid to put the name in the plan are paid by the government. We all know that it is likely that if, for in these next three days someone is going to get bonuses or pensions.
$25 billion auto industry bailout?0Chantrice2012-09-18 01:45:03
Why not? Have the government offers a rebate of $ 5,000 to anyone who buys a new American made car . That discount can sell 5 million cars (5 million cars x $ 5,000 = $ 25 billion ) . Automakers must make at least $ 3,000 net profit on each vehicle so pulled in more than $ 15 billion in net profits . Also allowed to keep people working , and someone will have to build these 5 million cars . Plus it will have to sell those 5 million cars so you keep people working at dealerships too. Besides that , the insurance companies make more money , mechanics who repair these American cars eventually earn more money
If you got 1 billion dollars, taxes taken out what would you do with the money?2 ⺌, Y ¨ -2012-07-10 01:42:02
If you have 1 billion dollars, taxes taken out, what would you do with the money?
Do u agree with the $700 billion bailout proposal currently before the U.S. Congress?0Sibel2012-10-23 04:45:02
If the companies involved are international and the effort to save jobs and homes are the backbone of the bailout, should the U.S. Government concerned itself with overseas jobs offered by the huge corporations in other countries. Shouldn't those other countries be responsible for their own unemployment figures and contribute to the bailout amount? Shouldn't AIG and the rest of the corporations, investment banking houses, first borrow from its subsidiaries before asking the taxpayers for money. In the case of AIG, there is plenty of money available in the auto insurance affiliates to borrow from. Adding the above considerations, the bailout amount would be substantially less than $700 billion.... Ur thoughts on the bailout....Good/Bad.
In your opinion, what is the best way to take on a multi billion dollar company?0Danelle2012-08-19 19:45:02
The racing industry and Thoroughbred Jockey Club of Australia are extremely corrupt . For years they have been breeding monsters , eyeless foals , or foals can not walk ( almost 80 % of production ) and the vast majority of healthy animals will still pay for the butchering of the few that become horses careers . Today, finding a deeper level - thousands of young riders were pushed to succeed , said " you will be the best , you will win the Melbourne Cup ! " all fully insured - or so I thought . When these young hopefuls were injured , racing clubs and insurance companies evasive . Thousands of young people have had their dreams destroyed , ruined lives , and even our public figures refuse to participate because everyone is paying ! MedlinePlus Recently, an Irish rider was killed , and even though billions of dollars companies refused to pay for his body to be sent home. Most of these people are not asking for payment , medical expenses and compensation due .
Obama has insurance companies return 1.1 Billion overcharged how is that a tax?0House2012-07-17 14:32:02
Was Obama fixing Medicare by hitting it for 500 billion in 2009?0skot2012-09-19 13:52:02
.. I remember libs throwing seniors under the bus MedlinePlus MedlinePlus
Should President Obama restore the $720 Billion he took from Medicare to pay for ObamaCare?0Lizz2012-09-04 21:15:06
President Obama in 2009 Pledged to Veto Attempts to Undo Medicare Cuts As Democrats attack Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan for their proposals regarding Medicare, Republicans are circulating this clip from a November 9, 2009 interview we had with President Obama in which he not only acknowledged that one third of his health care bill was paid for by cuts to Medicare, but that he would veto attempts to undo those cuts. Watch the video below. The exchange on Medicare occurs at 2:15:
Precision Medicine Market to Reach $141.70 Billion by 20260bisreports2022-05-12 00:57:29
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This health insurance company made $2.6 billion last year. is that socialism?0Draco2012-07-12 10:07:02 % 3AW
Now that the proposed USA $700-billion bailout was rejected, how is AIG supposed to continue to pay for claims?0antilope2012-05-21 12:24:01
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