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No word from the Chicken Dems about Greece?

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by crusha, May 14, 2010.

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  1. crusha

    crusha TS Member

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    Wow. Can you believe our resident Dem friends would shy away from such a great opportunity to tell us how well their policies worked - when applied in Greece?


    The biggest news story in the WORLD right now, one that neatly frames the debate between the two sides to perfection...and not a single word out of them?


    (Chicken, bawk, bawk!)


    (They must be sitting back, wondering why Daily Kos isn't providing them with any ammo about it.)
     
  2. bigdogtx

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    Socialists/progressives hide from the truth,,,,probably huddling up trying to figure how to blame the Bush tax cuts....
     
  3. crusha

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    Probably sucking their thumbs...Bawk-Bawk-Bawk-awwwwk !!!
     
  4. Dahaub

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    What's your plan for the recovery of Greece? Seems you have the answers but we never get to hear them just watch as you point the finger. Dan
     
  5. crusha

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    Dahaub,

    Since they $pent their own way into this mess and could see it coming a mile away, we really don't owe them anything (it ain't like it's the Haiti Earthquake, after all).


    But you asked for suggestions, and I'm a Man of Action, so here it is:


    My plan is to send your Messiah "O" over there, so he can implement Health Care Reform and tax them back to prosperity.


    With any luck, and some "Welder's Math" (read: favorable assumptions, a Democrat specialty), we should have them back to solvency by the time Obama's daughters have completed their first $385,000 summer internship at Goldman Sachs.
     
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    Our creditors may demand that we give their money to Greece. That way they will be paid and American taxpayers can pay the bill.

    Remember we cannot pay our own bills now, unless we borrow money.
     
  7. halfmile

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    Greece is the model, USA is the target.

    England and France are already firmly in the web of Socialism.

    Since we paid 43 cents on every dollar taken in in debt interest last year, and that figure is likely to go up with all the new spending, there is only one direction our economy can take.

    There is a solution but no one is bold enough to do it. Cut spending and the size of government drastically, and tell the Fed to go suck on what we owe them. Our country became great without the bankers running the money and without an income tax.

    Woodrow Wilson was one of the greatest traitors this country had. FDR isn't far behind.

    HM
     
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    HalfWit, FDR a traitor? Go give Rush a hug you maroon. Jim
     
  9. H82MIS

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    Don't respond to the idiots,,,,,,,,,
     
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    . . . . which one/s . . . ?

    John
     
  11. crusha

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    What?


    No defense of Greece's domestic policies, yet?
     
  12. blade819

    blade819 Well-Known Member

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    I agree.... Greece's economic downfall is surely the fault of the President and the rest of the 65 million people that voted for him. Once again, proof that Darwin was right!
     
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