November 24, 2012
Two ways to stimulate the economy: Give government our tax dollars to spend its way — on bridges, unions, Solyndra — or let us keep those tax dollars and spend them the way we want. Did the first work?
Having been raised in communism makes me appreciate the beauty and greatness of this country. It's a shame the majority doesn't. God bless and help America. Please.
The president is open to compromise and ready to sign the budget bill right away, as long as the Republicans do all the compromising.
Recently, a group of bicycles was riding three abreast, backing up cars for a mile and a half. If cyclists want us to share the road, they had better learn to share the road with drivers.
The Republican Party is like an anchor that is dragging down American socially, economically and politically. Republicans need to get on board, or they'll be left behind, stuck in the mud.
Now that PresidentObama has won, Republicans have to think of him as a one-term president, and they have to pull together for the country. Get things passed to help the little people.
With President Obama, we had the BP oil spill, economic collapse, Hurricane Sandy, Detroit bailout. The only thing that hasn't happened is aliens landing in Central Park. He has addressed these issues and done a stellar job.
The University of Central Florida and other public colleges and universities shouldn't give raises and bonuses to their administrators unless they can do so without raising student tuitions.
When many say the economy is poor, they are still out spending on Black Friday. Even bargains cost money that could buy food and pay rent.
President Obama is back to business as usual. While sending America into Third World status, he is flying the globe in Air Force One. Parking the plane could be Obama's fair share.
Republicans need to stop making excuses and admit they are who their record tells them they are — pro-rich, anti-women, anti-black, anti-Hispanic and anti-government.
The Democratic Party ran an awesome campaign. They managed to get a man re-elected who spent the past four years proving he does not belong in office.
The fiscal cliff: Congress passes a short-term deal, and kicks the problem down the road to the new Congress, which, incidentally, looks a lot like the old, obstructionist Congress.