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Global recession—same old solutions are not going to work, we need a surgeon!

And you wonder why he lost the debate? It’s the same old thing. Look, I like the President. He’s a nice guy. Wouldn’t mind having a drink with him. But that doesn’t mean he should run the country. Just because I like someone doesn’t mean I want them to operate on me.  We need a surgeon.  What do I mean?

We need a guy who comes in and cuts out the cancer.

We have a big problem.  We are at risk for a global recession. If you understand the impact of China’s slowing growth on the global economy, you can see below the 2013 forecasts to the USA, France, Italy and Germany.

With a slow down, who can solve these problems?  The same old solutions are not going to work.

Our current President doesn’t think we need to do anything about our deficit.  He and the progressive’s believe we can spend our way out of a recession–big bird is a perfect example.  It’s about spending.  I don’t know about you, but $170 million is a lot of money.   If you don’t think $170M is alot of money, do me a favor and send it to me.

What I find especially appalling is the media’s response.  SHAME ON THEM.  But then again, if you think about it, the only news organization that has covered the White  House 9/11 attack on the USA and subsequent cover-up is the only real news station, FOX News.  The rest are nothing more than President Obama’s PR department.

Here’s a few things to consider:

1. $170M plus another 170M plus another 170M adds up to how much?

2. Big Bird is the tip of the iceburg. How many other wonderful things need to compete in the marketplace?

3. Why are we borrowing money from China for PBS?

I am an independent who has voted on both sides of aisle my entire life.  Please do not come here and talk to me about partisan issues. Not interested.

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