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BizWhiz, How can any president divide the nation? It's pretty much always that way. Democrats & Republicans rarely agree! Most proposals from congress involve repealing Obamacare which they knew he wouldn't compromise on Neither side looks great
You view my statement as being about democrats and Republicans being divided? If so, u r being short sighted. I said our nation is divided. That means our people, not our politicians. U need 2 think a little bigger than politics my friend.
Not just Democrats & Republicans.
My statement alludes to we have always had divisions among our population. This includes race, gender, politics, religion, LGBT, and classes of wealth. Unity only exists when there is a (common enemy) my friend.
There has always been divisions, but not like now.
The only difference I see is we now have 24 hour news, the Internet, and social media for people to highlight the divisions.
Surly we're not as divided as during the civil rights movement and Vietnam war protest of the 60s or the civil war era!
I agree w/ the fact that we have order off the menu news. U & I can go back n forth about division, but the reality is that Obama is a terrible president.
The link wouldn't open for me. However I believe when it's all said and done a history of all U.S. presidents Obama will not be considered "terrible" when events of his terms are in black & white without bias or emotional disdain. Nixon & Car
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My health insurance deductible tripled and the premium increased by 50%.
Can you translate that into real numbers. You possibly had inferior insurance before Obamacare. I have found two people on different hubs admit to that. You may be paying more, but is the level of protection better?
How are you judging that employment is better? People that lost their job in 2008 didn't find jobs since then and they ran out of unemployment, and then fell off the job statistics.
People that lost their homes because of the real esta
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