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If country went over fiscal cliff, it wouldn’t be such a disaster

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If country went over fiscal cliff, it wouldn’t be such a disaster As a fellow firmly ensconced in the 99 percent, I am prepared to face the consequences of the fiscal cliff and am not unhappy that [House Speaker] John Boehner rejected Obama’s latest offer. Obama, whose leadership I support enthusiastically, has a troubling tendency to cooperate with people who won’t cooperate but just want more, more, more. I’m no expert on national defense, but ...


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wmarincic
December 25, 2012
10:36 a.m.

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Richard Alvarez, Obama is a failure, he was a failure his 1st four years and he is a failure now. Every Presiident before him has been able to work with both sides, not Obama the great divider. I love you liberals always trying to blame somebody else, Obama spent his 1st four years blaming Bush, he can't blame anyone except himself now, although he is trying to blame Congress. he has never passed a budget, even when he had a democrat Congress AND Senate his first two years. The only thing Obama has been a success at is creating more taxes, poverty and unemployment, no wonder he is known as The Food Stamp President.....

gina99
December 25, 2012
11:09 a.m.

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Richard Alvarez-You have it exactly backwards. Everytime the GOP raises taxes for promised cuts, as under Bush I, the Democrats fail to act. Since Obama refuses to cut anything, refuses to address entitlement reform and refuses to support tax reform what do you expect to happen? Let dozens of taxes increase on the middle class and we'll see if you still support a failed Presidency. Be careful what you wish for.

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