Will President Obama show up for the debate on raising the national debt limit of $14.3 trillion?
Reckon, your "Treasurers" will ensure, that he does ... For eventually, it is us, the common folks ... of the Developed, and the Developing countries, who will have to "do more" ... borrow more, ... Pay more... Go through Foreclosures ...
Under this infernal System of Free Market Economy .. an evil Invention of the Bankers, of the so called Free Society, of an allegedly Free World ... !
Yes, I'm sure President Obama show up for the debate on raising the national debt limit. That debate is going to happen very soon. This is going to be an interesting event. Perhaps an unmentioned reason why the stock market is selling off recently. The impact on U.S. interest rates could be enormous if the debt ceiling does not get raised. Then the stock market would crash.
No, maybe at the very end he will get involved and then take all the credit! this last government shut down he did not want to cut spending, his option was actually to add to the deficit, then he gets on TV and states they made the biggest cuts in history...like it was his idea! can you imagine? incredible and the followers believe him and think he is the messiah!
No...not really. He may have his referential comments but he will stay above the fray. He really believes that the Republicans can take the wrap for all this belt tightening that is proposed in 2012. Certainly that is what the public wanted but they are not getting it so heads have to roll and it may well be the heads of the conservatives who have not been able to deliver the goods as of yet. Obama is holding back and awaiting his second chance to send America to the bottom of the ocean. WB
by Holle Abee 6 years ago
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by Susan Reid 5 years ago
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by taylord08 6 years ago
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by Sophia Angelique 5 years ago
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by Susan Reid 5 years ago
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