Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Oh the horrible state of the economy!
One Angry Christian
12-27-06


If you ask any Democrat why they liked Clinton you're likely to get some speil about the economy and how great it was. Of course, that was all about Clinton. Just ask the people of Arkansas how much they enjoyed him taking credit for our hard work.

Then compare the numbers of then to now, and ask any dem what they think about the job Bush has done salvaging a crippled economy by cutting taxes for the middle class, and small business owners. They, of course, give him ... no credit. The hypocrisy is strong, and the delusion thick.

-One Angry Christian

3 Comments:

Blogger Maddog said...

Amen, brother. The democrats always want to spend your money on their issues. Just let me keep my money.

2:00 PM  
Blogger jpe said...

In addition to being angry, you seem a little dense. Maybe you should actually try to understand the democrats' criticism of the state of the economy. Give it a shot; you might learn something.

8:34 PM  
Blogger One Angry Christian said...

In addition to being angry, you seem a little dense. Maybe you should actually try to understand the democrats' criticism of the state of the economy.

You mean the horrible state of the job market when unemployment is lower than when we were under Clinton, or are you referring to the individual income that's hugely up under Bush? Or was it that Hillarycare hasn't socialized our medical industry out of the free market and landed us in even more debt?

Or perhaps it was the lack of growth. I mean four percent is only single digit growth.

Seems to me you liberals complain that people aren't spending their money on health insurance. It's not that they don't have money. It's that they don't spend it where you want them to.

Do us all a favor and quit trying to tell us middle income Americans where to spend our money, and quit trying to tax us out of it when we don't do what you want.

In short bugger off with your socialist bs.

10:58 AM  

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