Monthly Archives: February 2010

Obama, black leaders focus on economic hard times

By Bob L. This is the way I see it!
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If all these agitators would go out and get a real job and stop making it hard for any one to get a job, and keep their nose out of every ones business, but that will never happen because they have a double standard and are making sure that they keep race stirred up because if a white says some thing SUE, but if a black says the same thing it is FUNNY, so how can any one have equal rights.

If you were an Employer would you hire any one if you new that you would get sued for firing some one because they could not do the job or they were causing trouble all the time, or showed up when ever they wanted to, knowing that they could sue if they got fired.
I my self would not hire any one unless they really wanted to work and not there because I had to hire them, so take it from there why do some minorities get a job and not others.(It is a matter of a chip.)

If all these Prominent African-American leaders would keep their mouth shut and stop keeping things in an uproar and stop trying to sue companies every time a minority looses a job or can’t get a job then maybe every one will get a job if these companies know they will not get sued every time they turn around.
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AP
By BEN FELLER, Associated Press Writer
Wed Feb 10

WASHINGTON – Prominent African-American leaders pressed President Barack Obama on Wednesday to pursue an economic agenda that includes targeted help for blacks, whose unemployment rate is much higher than the national average and nearly twice that of whites. Continue reading

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Deficit Hawks vs. Deficit Peacocks: Fiscal Conservatism vs. Liberal Rhetoric

Newt Gingrich

February 3, 2010

It’s not often that I quote the liberal Center for American Progress, but they’ve come up with a term for the Washington liberals posing as budget cutters that is perfect: Deficit peacocks.

As opposed to deficit hawks who are the real fiscal conservatives, deficit peacocks strut around pretending to cut spending through gimmicks like spending freezes that are “freezes” only in the sense that they “freeze” into place previous frenzied spending binges (check out this clever video to see the “freeze” in action).

By pretending to be budget cutters, deficit peacocks engage in an old liberal trick. They promise future spending cuts while approving massive current spending. Then, later, they demand tax increases to pay for all that spending.

Today, deficit peacocks are strutting all over Washington. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) and President Obama could all cut spending if they wanted to, they just don’t want to.

They’d rather pretend and try to fool the American people. They say, “Wait for the spending cuts.”
I say, “Watch your wallet America.” Continue reading

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Obama responds to ire over 2nd anti-Vegas remark

By Bob L. The the way I see it.
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For some one talking about getting people back to work sure is doing a good job of putting people out of work. Are we sure he is President of this Country.
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AP
By OSKAR GARCIA, Associated Press Writer

LAS VEGAS – President Barack Obama is known for having a way with words, but some lawmakers from Nevada wish he would pipe down about trips to Sin City.

After sparking a firestorm of criticism from Nevada’s elected officials for suggesting that people saving money for college shouldn’t blow it in Las Vegas, Obama told U.S. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid in a letter that he wasn’t saying anything negative about Las Vegas.

It was the second time since taking office that Obama singled out Las Vegas as a potential example of spending excessively. Continue reading

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Obama budget would impose host of tax increases

By Bob L. The way I see it.View Image
This all sounds like a Trojan horse to me full of pay back taxes like a lot of his stimulus programs which is an other name for a Government loan, and in Obama’s eye, it is an income which you have to claim on your taxes at the end of the year.
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AP
By STEPHEN OHLEMACHER, Associated Press Writer

WASHINGTON – While President Barack Obama is proposing to cut some taxes for companies that hire workers, his budget would raise a host of other taxes on businesses and wealthy individuals.

Obama’s budget would extend his signature Making Work Pay tax credit — $400 for individuals, $800 for a couple filing jointly — through 2011. The administration released the budget Monday.

But it would also impose nearly $1 trillion in higher taxes on couples making more than $250,000 and individuals making more than $200,000 by not renewing Bush-era tax cuts for them. Obama would extend tax cuts enacted under former President George W. Bush for families and individuals making less. Continue reading

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