Jonathan Cohn: "It’s possible to draw from the auto industry rescue a pretty good lesson about the real differences between Obama and Romney. Obama understands that the market doesn’t always work on its own—that sometimes government must intervene in order to protect Americans from economic harm. Romney doesn’t. Obama is also willing to act in the face of political peril. Romney isn’t. Those differences should matter to all Americans, not just those of us who live in Michigan and Ohio."
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- Thank you Ted Houk. I read the article that was posted and agree that the
bail out for auto industry was sound financial move for our country. I
registered again to vote here in Florida. Where I live the voter rolls were
purged due to that massive voter fraud that did not occur.I voted early by
mail for President Obama. I believe he is the best choice to keep the
country moving forward.Oct 29, 2012
- So according to the Huff bitch obama understands that all his borrowing is what is best for us and all our children and their children. Borrowing to help a company that would have been 100% helped in bankruptcy court was stupid. This president wants to lower America to at best the level of Mexico.Dec 4, 2012
BS. It us not the job of the president or any government official to decide what company lives or dies or even has a near death experience. A company is only as good as its weakest link. It should not have happened to Chrysler and it should not have happened to GM.
If the company shareholders are allowing people to stay in charge that are crashing the company than it needs to die.Dec 4, 2012
Wise councilors? Oh are those the same ones that have advised him that borrowing more money than all presidents combined was good for the country. More money than we can pay back. And then just print money till there is no more paper and inflation goes crazy.
You know like The Weimar Republic did. This is fool hardy and designed to ruin the USA. There is no other way to see it. Because he and his advisers are not that stupid. This is intentional.Dec 4, 2012
- You seem sore about losing. R-money lost by 1,000,000 votes. Time to move on. Perhaps next time the GOPers will not hate women and love the 1% so much. Otherwise, may they never never never win another election at any level. Swearing and revealing your hatred just makes folks less likely to read you posts.Dec 4, 2012
No, not sore at all about losing. Not happy about it, but that is the way it is. However this does not change any of the problems with this man in the presidency.
He is still a socialist ( at best)
He still thinks this country was founded unjustly
He still believes the 56% of taxes paid by the top 5% of earners is "not their fair share" of the tax burden
He is still borrowing us and our children in to oblivion
He is still printing money at a insane rate that will cause inflation
He is still asking for the ability to print money with no limits or need for permission
He still watched and allowed the murder of our people in Libya
He still wants single payer health care
He still wants to allow the UN to have control of our country
He still wants all guns removed from citizens making his enslavement of the population easier
I could go on and on. I don't like this man and his policies for the above reasons and hundreds more.
What is being done here is the systematic disintegration of a free way of life that may never return. And I am not going to sit by and just watch.
Those that think I and the millions of others that see this will one day realize we were not extremists, we just desire freedom and liberty for everyone. Not just those in political power. Which is what is going on now.Dec 5, 2012