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newspeak Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sun Oct-02-11 12:23 PM
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81. and sometimes "nothing" is better than a damaging
compromising "something." The president can get airtime no matter what the blowhards say on TV. He could have appealed to the people, "We are in very dire straits, people in our country are losing their jobs, homes and a very aggressive approach must be utilized to get the country on its' feet again. The repugs are doing everything in their power to keep it from happening, thus, causing more harm to americans who are already suffering. Make your voices heard that we need action now!!!!"

How's that? And before the 2010 elections he could have publicly rallied the people to vote for democrats in congress, so that we can start the rebuilding of america and job programs instead of unemployment." "We need sweeping changes to rebuild our nation, provide decent jobs and to reign in wall street-help make it happen." Instead of compromising with repugs, it would have been better that the repugs be seen as the "do nothings", "we're not interested in the plebes, we just want to be in power" sociopaths they are.
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