Former President Clinton, the only President to balance the budget and leave office with a surplus, warns against a Romney Presidency and trickle down economics that didn't work then or work now. The following link is from cnn news. http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/20 … ith-obama/
"Dohhhhp" *Homer Simpson voice*:
"Clinton's remarks earlier in the evening shared those sentiments. Speaking on the same stage, Clinton blasted Mitt Romney for pushing policies that favor large spending cuts over tax increases, saying the presumptive GOP nominee's plan harkens back to policies from President George W. Bush's administration - "except on steroids."
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Sounds kind of racist to me , It just reminds me though that racism plays a huge part FROM the positions minorities too . 90 percent of Black voters voted for Obama , proving racism...
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Any Takers on This ? Defenders ? Was that a Freudian slip ?
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