You gotta love liberals, just listen to their hate to this letter!. I can’t wait to shove their words up their arses when this Country collapses.

Sooner or later, Obama voters will awaken to the truth – 6:36 AM, Nov 15, 2012

Like the naïve child who believes in Santa Claus, so are the naïve voters who re-elected President Obama. Like the child who has been told and believes the “untruths” of Santa’s existence, so are these voters who believe in the lies and lure of socialism.

Unlike the liberal activists who steal signs, intimidate voters and openly display hatred toward all who disagree, these voters are not malicious, but have been brainwashed through our education system, media, movies, music, TV and self-serving politicians. They have been brainwashed into believing that there is such a thing as something for nothing, and that they are entitled to that something for nothing.

Compounding this brainwashing is the inability of Republicans to communicate the rewards of conservative principles, the rewards of the hard work and sacrifice that lead to that joyful feeling of accomplishment and success of which one can not only be proud, but also of which one can take ownership.

There will come a point where, like that naïve child, these people will learn that Santa doesn’t exist, that there is a grown-up behind those freebees who is actually footing the bill. They will learn that the goal of the liberal movement is to maintain that childlike dependence, to keep you uneducated, therefore creating a perpetual need for their leadership and re-election, a perpetual dependence on others.

Hopefully, this realization will not come too late, because like the grown-up footing Santa’s bill, the American taxpayers’ resources are limited. When there are more people taking than making, justifiably so or not, Santa’s bag will soon be empty.

Marianne Gasiecki

Mansfield

Can you believe what these people are saying?, this Country has never been so divided.

  • Becky Curtis

    What a truly bigoted and shameful public commentary. I cannot imagine being a person who is as pretentious and arrogant as Ms. Giasiecki, to assume that the 50,600,00+ individuals who cast a vote for Pres Obama, are naive, dependent and uneducated. I am neither naive, or a freeloader, as Ms. Giasecki, not just suggests but characterizes Obama voters to be. I am the definition Ms. Giasecki describes republicans as, an individual who has accomplished decades of hard work, sacrifice leading to joyous feeling of accomplishment and success, of which I feel proud and take ownership of. I also know many Romney supporters, who embody the definition of iindividuals Ms. Giasecki characterizes as “liberals”. I respect our electoral process, and the right of individuals to cast their vote for the candidate they choose. What I do not respect is the openly or thinly veiled displays of hatred towards others for no other reason than “personal choice”, the right to cast a ballot as one choses. It is true, Santa Claus doesn’t exist, but what a sad day when the “spirit” of Santa is forgotten. I think maybe Ms. Gasiecki’s angry tirade is as much sour grapes for her own loss, as anything else. What a sad person she must be.
  • Larry Powell ·  Subscribe ·  Top Commenter · NOW RETIRED at Self-employed

    I find it funny that now the radical Republican right and Tea part terrorists are still in shock because they lost so profoundly. They do not seem to understand that the American people did not listen to the lies and spin they tried to sell us. This election should tell them most are not concerned with more tax breaks for the wealthy. We do not want to balance the budget on the backs of the middle class and poor. We want fair pay for women. We want women to be able to make their own health care decisions. We want affordable health care for all. The l Republicans lost simply because they did not get it and apparently still do not. I am extremely happy to see the demise of the Tea Party, they ruined the Republicans with their hateful rhetoric for most mainstream Americans. They have no one else to blame except themselves.
    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      Correct Larry.
      Reply ·  7 · Like · 20 hours ago
    • Nancy Morehead · Capital University, Columbus, Ohio

      Amen brother. Now Romney said Obama won because he bought out the young, latinos and Mexicans. He is so arrogant. In the Republican’s eyes 60,000,000 people are just plain stupid. None of us work or support ourselves. Fox is also saying that single women only care about abortions. These people do not have a clue. The other morning I was watching a focus group. The guys name is Frank, can’t think of his last name, but he does these focus groups all the time. It was a group of about 30 Republicans. They were all white males except for six women. No blacks, no young people, but they said there was one latino, but that was questionable. I wish that people would realize that Fox News reports lies, Grover Norquist and his millionaire buddies and Rush don’t care about this country. They care about how much money they can put in their pockets.
      Reply ·  6 · Like · 15 hours ago
    • Nancy Morehead · Capital University, Columbus, Ohio

      I mean young, latinos and blacks. oops.
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 15 hours ago
  • Christopher Riley · The Ohio State University

    Wow. Where do I even start with this? Let me pick this apart one by one. For one, the top 10 highest educated states all voted for Obama, while the 10 lowest educated states voted for Romney…just saying. I also love your talking point about “socialism”. I highly doubt that you even know what true socialism is and on top of that, America has had forms of “socialism” since the 30’s. Get over yourself. The roads you drive on, the schools our kids go to, the books at the library are ALL forms of socialism. It’s ridiculous to me that Republicans are so distraught over this loss that they are reverting to their typical fear tactics. Well ma’am, I’ll have you know that I am a 21 year old who is currently enrolled in college while having a part time job to pay for my schooling and I’m sure there are millions just like me. Just because…See More
    • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

      The middle class has been crushed under four years of Obama. I respect you working your way through college. But you are sadly mistaken our country is rich. Our national debt exceeds 16 trillion and that does not include 10’s of trillions of unfunded liabilities for Medicare, etc. Your age group will pay an awful price for this immoral debt spending. Obama has zero interest in reforming entitlements and making tough painful decisions short term to protect the long term. His solution is printing more money and borrowing more money and higher taxes. The bubble will burst. I don’t want you or any other younger person to pay the awful price for this generations selfishness and irresponsibility. That includes my kids and grand kids.
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  • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

    LOL. Time to turn off Fox News.
  • Jan Trexler Kennedy ·  Top Commenter · Temple University, Tyler School of Art

    What, pray tell, is Marianne talking about? She sure is into stereotypes. The Liberals &/or Democrats I know are very hard-working people who contribute much to society. I guess she has segregated herself so much from the real world that she wouldn’t know reality if she tripped over it.

    She probably doesn’t have any friends who have hit hard times through no fault of their own. I do, and I know that times have been tough for them, and they need help and appreciate every bit they have received. Without government programs like Medicaid, Food Stamps, and Social Security, some of my friends would have perished. Is this what Marianne and the Tea Party want to happen to the less fortunate among us? No safety nets whatsoever? This woman has no compassion. None. It must be nice to live in a bubble. As a result of the national election I think the bubble has burst. Perhaps now Ms. Gasiecki will delve into the real world and actually learn something.

    • Haans Petruschke

      Just ignore this. These people are delusional and will continue to be so. They have an alternate reality based upon what they want to believe, and we see that a majority of voters do not live in this alternate reality.
      Reply ·  3 · Like · 13 hours ago
    • Jan Trexler Kennedy ·  Top Commenter · Temple University, Tyler School of Art

      She’s the head of a local faction of the Tea Party. She ran for the Board of Education. That makes it kind of hard to ignore her. She lost.
      Reply · Like · 9 hours ago
    • Darlene Baldridge ·  Top Commenter

      What is she talking about? Sour grapes!
      Reply · Like · 9 hours ago
  • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

    I see Marianne, that voters were gullible enough to vote for you. Isn’t that your top priority? Serving those that elected you. The hard working, educated, intelligent, articulate, informed voters selected President Barack Obama for the office of President from all of the others applying for the job, because he offered the truth, the best character, the best policies, the best possiblity of fixing all that the Republican Party (led by “tea party” anarchists), had ruined in this great nation. We the People are the “government” in this country, (The UNITED States of America). It does not matter how much the Fascist Republican Party tries to divide us. We the People are very proud of our success and accomplishments that have come about through much hard work and sacrifice. We care about each other. We take care of each other. We love each other. That is what The Word of God teaches, as to how to live. The godless candidates that the Republican Party ran were determined to undermine all of the good in this country. I will do everything in my power, legally, to remove all Republicans from holding political office by the year 2015. ALL. It is my fervant desire to eliminate, at the voting booth, that entire political party.
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      The “best policies”? The ones that are causing people to be cut from 40 hours per week down to 29 so the company they work for doesn’t have to pay for Obamacare? Yeah. Best policies. Keep believing that. Ron Paul 2016!
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    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      Ronald Packer II … Yes , and good people are boycotting those companies like “PaPa John’s” for doing so. Nationally !! The Affordable Health Care Act is the law of the land since March 2010. It is already saving billions of dollars.
      Reply ·  3 · Like · 14 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      It’s not just companies. The city, county and state are looking to do the same. More and more companies are going to do it. What happens when people like me who are barely scraping by with their business are told we HAVE to pay into it? How am I supposed to feed my family then? Then what do I do? Finding a job in this area is next to impossible as it is and the people (like Papa Johns employees) will do what? They will need to find 1 or more jobs just to make ends meet. Should they go on government assistance? People will complain that they are just low-lifes who can’t find better jobs. Open your eyes. It’s going to wreck the local economies even more. Keep in mind that I didn’t want Obama OR Romney to win. One is wrecking the country with crappy healthcare “reform” and another would have sent all the businesses to the grave or China.
      Reply · Like · 14 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      Then you lobby for universal health care like all civilized countries have. One big umbrella with insurance for all and about half as much money.
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 14 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      What I lobby for is a FAIR healthcare system. Look at the UK’s. The NHC works quite well, in fact. When citizens stay healthy, healthcare costs lower. When healthcare is used as a for-profit measure then healthcare falters as it’s better business to let people get sick and then charge for basic health treatment. A friend recently had a puncture wound in her hand and paid over $50 for a tetanus shot and a band-aid with some triple-antibiotic ointment on it. Is that right? For business it is but for a woman who works part-time and goes to college part-time, I don’t think it is.

      For those of you who want to say how bad the UK’s NICE program is: http://www.guardian.co.uk/society/2009/aug/11/nhs-sick-healthcare-reform

      The U.S. is floundering and it’s no wonder that as of right now, all 50 states have petitions on We The People (the White House’s petition website) for secession.

      Reply · Like · 14 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      The only fair system is one that covers everyone. Payroll deduction for all and it’s done. Our industries can better compete worldwide if they have consistent costs and a fair playing field by having a universal health care system. I agree with you that we need to take the profit out of health care. A government option is the only way to get there.
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 13 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      William Trent Pancoast The UK’s NHC is a great example then. They are taxed at the same rate across the board. That’s what should happen now, honestly. The person who makes $30k and the person that makes $300k should have the same 20% tax taken out. Think of the amount that the gov. would have to use towards the healthcare system then.
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    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      This area is seeing an explosion of new jobs, major multi-million dollar expansions by major companies, new construction, many, many new jobs. This area is Mansfield/ Richland County, Ohio. My eyes are wide open. I am positive.
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    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      Ronald Packer II .. All intelligent, well-educated, industrialized, and informed nations in the world have universal health care for their citizens. (The United Kingdom, Israel, Australia, etc.)
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      They do, but not at the cost of businesses. If you were a business owner, you’d understand.
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      Actually, let me add to that: if you were a business owner with full time employees you would understand. If you have employees, what are your plans to deal with Obamacare?
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      One big pool and business owners no longer have to deal with the constant curve ball of health care. If the Republicans had not forced Obama to back off the government option, it would be a done deal.
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 11 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      If I had to pay a smaller amount into a pool for myself and my wife (we are our businesses’ only two employees at this time as I am waiting for it to get a bit busier before hiring 2 local employees) it’d make life much easier. I still point towards the UK’s style: tax everyone at the same rate, give cradle to casket healthcare for all.
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      I saw in the NJ today that Ontario is giving Spitzer another $420,000 in tax abatements for their car dealership.
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    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      Must be nice. I never got a tax abatement for my business. I’d like to know how many other businesses aren’t getting a tax abatement as well? Giving it to one of the area’s larger dealerships is great and I am glad they are getting it, but how about the smaller biz market?
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
  • Eric Boardman ·  Top Commenter · North Central State College

    Marianne Gasiecki, I hope you will read these post and realize how truly ignorant you are. And to the members of the local Tea Party, this is your glorious leader. I have had it with people like you. You somehow have convinced yourself that you have all the answers. I’m sure you voted against our bill of rights and think a waste water injection well would be great. Anything that would help big oil make more money. You’re the type that is fine with 40 billion of tax breaks and give aways to big oil. Marianne, do us all a favor,leave the country, I will help you pack and drive you to the border.
  • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

    The TRUTH is what really is ….REALITY…., not what you want it to be. Falsehood is the misrepresentation of the truth. That is the realm of the “tea party”, and the Republican Party, and the enemy of our souls.
  • Chuck Benton

    Gosh Marianne, maybe folks just don’t like guys who were born millionaires. Maybe folks in Hooville really like Santa better than the Grinch.
  • Shane Walker ·  Subscribe ·  Top Commenter · Ontario High School

    LMAO!!! I believe you have some “fans” Marianne!!!! Maybe the sheeple will awaken when they realize what they voted for….Although by that time our Constitution will be destroyed because ObamaClaus finds many “flaws” within…So he’s gonna re-write his own…Stay Awake Patriot’s, Stay Awake!!!
  • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

    “The fundamental transformation of America”. Obama has been working on it and now he has the path to remake America in his own image. What we will experience is radical left government. This years election by a slight majority of the people pronounced judgement upon itself. The Obama cult turned our country away from the constitutional principle of limited government. Obama has intentionally divided the nation his entire first four years. He has divided us according to gender, class, skin color, and radical social agenda. The division will only get worse as Obama’s divide and conquer rules for radicals will continue. The America haters of traditional values have won a huge victory by re-electing Obama. The radical left revolutionaries are now in charge and Obama has nothing to lose politically. We will be most fortunate to keep what is left of our constitutional republic. The Obama cult will not hold him accountable for his abject failures and poor leadership. The American dream, exceptionalism could very well be gone forever. God help us.
    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      Over 3 million voting citizens to you is a “slight majority”???!!! It was a landslide such has not been seen in years. 332 to 206. Remember only 44% of the people in the country are registered voters; and 15% of them did not vote. Holy God just delivered the United States from godless, Anti-Christ monster. Holy God IS helping us. It was the Republican Fascists that wanted to divide The U.S.A.. They were stopped. The anarchists (the “tea party”) crazies were stopped.
      Reply · Like · 11 hours ago
  • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

    Ah smear the messenger. Rip her to shreds for expressing her views. She makes a valid point. Thanks to Obama our country is becoming a European entitlement welfare state. She is right that Obama played Santa Claus and bought votes. She is also right we will eventually run out of money and then all hell will bust loose. Come back two years from now after Obamacare is fully implemented and Obama’s “leadership” and then brag about your support for Obama. Incidentally here in Richland County Obama voters are in the minority:

    Romney 33,057 votes
    Obama 21,785

    Mandel 29,945
    Brown 22,872

    Source Mansfield News Journal

    Just one question for anyone: Please explain how Obama’s insistence on increasing investment taxes (dividend and capital gains) and increasing taxes on the so called wealthy will create jobs in the private sector and increase economic growth. That’s your guys #1 objective ….. please explain.

    • Becky Curtis

      My take is that she, Ms. Gasiecki, began the public smear campaign by making public comments, judgements and insinuations, falsely I may add, about those who had a different viewpoint than her own. I also may add, your insinuations are also false. But that is the beauty about words, you can say what you want, but that doesn’t make them true… It just makes the person who says them, untruthful.
      Reply ·  5 · Like · 17 hours ago
    • Dale Rhoads ·  Top Commenter · Fort Worth, Texas

      They can’t Mr. Maurer!
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 16 hours ago
    • Eric Boardman ·  Top Commenter · North Central State College

      Michael, of course you would see nothing wrong with her letter, tells me all I need to know about you. As far as your question, I will be happy to answer that for you. Let All the Bush tax cuts expire that were suppose to be TEMPORARY and have been extended already. Then you end corporate welfare,quit nation building, and bring our troops home. Then you cut the defense budget, root out hundreds of billions in fraud and waste and reform social programs. I just saw on the TV today that the military budget paid 100,000 for a program called Did Jesus Die For KIingon’s Too. 5.4 million to study how goldfish “talk” to each other. Michael, where is all your Republican rage for this crap?
      Reply ·  3 · Like · 16 hours ago
    • Robert L. Eichof ·  Top Commenter

      Great Post Dale! You got them real good. That comment will keep others awake for days. Another detailed well researched comment. Keep them coming!
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 15 hours ago
    • Robert L. Eichof ·  Top Commenter

      @Michael…………..Was that the purpose of the tax? Did not hear that it was. Seems like an Apple/Orange thing?
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 15 hours ago
    • Joseph Gorka ·  Top Commenter · The Ohio State University

      Those counts were in Richland County only Mr. Maurer. The “givers” among us give at Christmas time because we LOVE people. We”the givers” wanted a President that understands what LOVE is. We are NOT “takers” like the Republican Party is. Christmas is a time of year that we, the “givers” celebrate what Holy God gave to us. ” Santa Claus” represents the commercial, money making way that “takers” celebrate, by ripping other people off. The UNITED States of America is NOT “running out of money”. It is NOT a “welfare” state. Never will be. You give more money to the people that live a normal life and LOVE one another, and help one another, and you improve the economy. They will create the jobs because they are CONSUMERS !! That is how a true “free-market” economy works. Without CONSUMERS, we do NOT need SUPPLIERS !!
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    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      No, you “givers” don’t. Do you shop solely at local businesses, Mr. Gorka? How many times per month do you go to a local business to eat? Do you only give at Christmas or every day? Sitting there and patting yourself on the back is not the humble way to do it. Matthew 6:2, Mr. Gorka. Hypocrite.
      Reply · Like · 14 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      We are going forward with health care for everybody in this country. You folks who hate to see coverage for minorities have already lost. A civilized outcome for this election is what we needed and what we got. All you right wing half educated folks, turn off Fox News and get educated.
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    • Daniel Campbell ·  Top Commenter · Lexington Sr. High

      Want an explination Mr. Mauer? One word..Clinton. He raised the rates to 39% and this country saw unprecedented job and economy growth. Around 20+ million jobs. Plus the rich still got richer and corporations still made record profits. History has a way of shooting down the GOP myths of trickle down economics. Plus voodoo economics of two tax cuts and two wars that were NOT paid for.
      Reply ·  3 · Like · 14 hours ago
    • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

      Eric Boardman Let all the Bush tax cuts expire? Really? That of course includes increasing all brackets including the 10% bracket (lower incomers) and middle class. Also would lower child tax deductions for middle class families. Is that what you propose as one of the solutions? Huge increases in investment taxes (capital gains and dividends) that would be devastating for working people with 401K’s, etc. So I ask again how will increasing taxes create jobs and increase economic growth when the folks have less money in their pockets?
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 14 hours ago
    • Jan Trexler Kennedy ·  Top Commenter · Temple University, Tyler School of Art

      Mansfield is in a district that was redistricted to favor Republicans. What is your point exactly, Mike? It’s time to break the Republican stranglehold on Ohio’s state government. We see how well they are doing. Not.
      Reply ·  3 · Like · 13 hours ago
    • Robert L. Eichof ·  Top Commenter

      Michael…………I ask you again…………who said it would?
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 13 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      The right wing no longer has an argument. Unless Romney’s feckless comments about people “wanting stuff” qualifies as an argument. Romney–what a joke.
      Reply · Like · 13 hours ago
    • Robert L. Eichof ·  Top Commenter

      Isn’t that getting stuff for a vote great? I got a flat screen TV and some dancing lessons. My neighbor got a riding lawn mower but her dang kids already broke it. Man across the street got a Vasectomy and some tools. I heard of someone that got a Round The World trip and a fishing pole. Next election I am going to hold out for a car!
      Reply · Like · 12 hours ago
    • William Trent Pancoast ·  Top Commenter · Writer/editor/die maker at Many and various

      Romney only wanted to hand out money. And you had to be a millionaire to get in line.
      Reply · Like · 12 hours ago
    • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

      Daniel Campbell: Clinton raised taxes to 39% and governed from the left the first two years. The American people sent him a message with a landslide Republican take over of congress. Clinton got the message and moved to the center. Thanks to the will of the American people and Republican congress Clinton signed the balance budget amendment, capital gains cuts, and welfare reform. That’s when the economy took off along with the tech boom.
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 6 hours ago
    • Michael L. Maurer ·  Top Commenter · Mansfield, Ohio

      Robert L. Eichof After 4 years Obama has finally stated his #1 objective is job creation and economic growth. He insists on increasing taxes. So it begs the question how will increasing taxes create jobs and economic growth? Can you explain Obama’s previous position when he agreed increasing taxes during a weak economy would not be beneficial but now when we have even weaker economic growth he says we should increase taxes. Does that make any sense to you?
      Reply ·  1 · Like · 6 hours ago
    • Ronald Packer II ·  Top Commenter · Ashland University

      Don’t forget, Michael: during the Clinton years from 98-01 there was a surplus. Yeah, those taxes really killed the economy, eh? Besides the record-high surpluses and the record-low poverty rates, the economy could boast the longest economic expansion in history; the lowest unemployment since the early 1970s; and the lowest poverty rates for single mothers, black Americans, and the aged.

      The Bush administration increased federal government spending from $1.789 trillion to $2.983 trillion (60%) while revenues increased from $2.025 trillion to $2.524 trillion (from 2000 to 2008). Individual income tax revenues increased by 14%, corporate tax revenues by 50%, customs and duties by 40%. Discretionary defense spending was increased by 107%, discretionary domestic spending by 62%, Medicare spending by 131%, social security by 51%, and income security spending by 130%. Cyclically adjusted, revenues rose by 35% and spending by 65%. By October 2008, due to increases in spending, the national debt had risen to $11.3 trillion, an increase of over 100% from 2000 when the debt was only $5.6 trillion. Most debt was accumulated as a result of what became known as the “Bush tax cuts” and increased national security spending. By the end of Bush’s presidency, unemployment climbed to 7.2%.

      Reply · Like · 6 hours ago
    • Robert L. Eichof ·  Top Commenter

      Michael. No, your analogy does not make any sense at all. I do not remember that he ever said that the increase of taxes on the rich would create jobs. You are the one that keeps saying it. Again, apples and oranges.
      Reply · Like · 6 hours ago
  • Barry Pringle ·  Top Commenter

    The Lemmings are pouncing on this, but it will not save our country from what is already happening. The job losses are piling up. Printing money is beginning to start the spiral of inflation. Our government is already preparing for the rioting when they no longer can afford these giveaways. It is known only by those who care to listen. Obama knew who to influence in high percentages to support him. Those who he scared into believing Romney would take their “toys” away. Yes, there were people in that number who worked all their lives, but even many of them were government brainwashed and unionized to strong arm their businesses or taxpayers into giving them more and more and more and more. Finally, they had to flee or go under, just like our government will when they can no longer squeeze blood from turnips. Christmas will end. Greece, Spain and all were no flukes. Keep demonizing the right, it will not change what is already taking place right now. Obama and the democrats were and are a failure. They kept it hidden with the help of a love struck liberal media, but lies will find a way to the surface. The tea party will not be the ones who riot in the streets when things collapse. The “Occupy Wall Streeters” will. Why? because it is who they are. Obamacare is already causing it’s ripple effect. You can’t stop it by putting down conservatives….. You can’t stop it by asking for more.


 

 

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