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zerO admitted yesterday he was lying and there were no "shovel ready jobs" as he claimed when he was

pushing the 862 billion stimulus plan.

This socialist dirt bag stood up in front of the american public and itemized the states that were ready to go building bridges and roads.

Now the question is, where's the money. This clown should be in jail.

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zerO admitted yesterday he was lying and there were no "shovel ready jobs" as he claimed when he was

pushing the 862 billion stimulus plan.

This socialist dirt bag stood up in front of the american public and itemized the states that were ready to go building bridges and roads.

Now the question is, where's the money. This clown should be in jail.

All of that money went to save jobs and the American financial system as we know it. I don't know how many times you have to be told that. As for the shovel statement: admitting one's mistakes is sometimes hard, but it's a necessary thing to do if you expect to make progress.

Nobody is really happy with how Obama has handled anything up to this point (myself included). Perhaps he was not the right guy for the job. The right guy for the job was probably not a guy at all--Hillary Clinton. However, what made Obama such a failure to this point is not his extreme liberal ways (as some would tell you). It is his uncanny ability to appease the right at every turn that has screwed him the hardest. If you ever want to blame somebody for why unemployment is still pushing ten percent, then look right to Obama; but, if you want to know why he made the decision he did regarding a slimmer stimulus package, look to the leaders of your party.

If there is one thing I still admire in Barack Obama, it is his unwavering conscience. He is always trying to do the right thing by the people who elected him, while considering those who did not. If you think it's easy to pass a stimulus bill that would save the country now, but possibly put us into incredible debt that would have to be paid off later, then you're crazy. However, Obama realized how devastating not doing so would be.

Now, was it hard for Chris Crhistie to ax a tunnel project that stood to employ thousands upon thousands of workers? Yes. Why? Because he is destroying the state of NJ as a platform to run for higher office. That's where I'll end, because that's what this comes down to really. Barack Obama is an idiot, but he's certainly no enemy or evil-doer as you surmise. You should really get your head out of your ass and start worrying about politics closer to home. Chris Christie vilifies the public servant, fundamentally hates unions, does not believe in education and intends on turning this state into a barren, jobless hellhole that plays host to millionaires who work in Manhattan (who will not see tax increases at least until Christie is gone). F**K you.

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All of that money went to save jobs and the American financial system as we know it. I don't know how many times you have to be told that. As for the shovel statement: admitting one's mistakes is sometimes hard, but it's a necessary thing to do if you expect to make progress.

Nobody is really happy with how Obama has handled anything up to this point (myself included). Perhaps he was not the right guy for the job. The right guy for the job was probably not a guy at all--Hillary Clinton. However, what made Obama such a failure to this point is not his extreme liberal ways (as some would tell you). It is his uncanny ability to appease the right at every turn that has screwed him the hardest. If you ever want to blame somebody for why unemployment is still pushing ten percent, then look right to Obama; but, if you want to know why he made the decision he did regarding a slimmer stimulus package, look to the leaders of your party.

If there is one thing I still admire in Barack Obama, it is his unwavering conscience. He is always trying to do the right thing by the people who elected him, while considering those who did not. If you think it's easy to pass a stimulus bill that would save the country now, but possibly put us into incredible debt that would have to be paid off later, then you're crazy. However, Obama realized how devastating not doing so would be.

Now, was it hard for Chris Crhistie to ax a tunnel project that stood to employ thousands upon thousands of workers? Yes. Why? Because he is destroying the state of NJ as a platform to run for higher office. That's where I'll end, because that's what this comes down to really. Barack Obama is an idiot, but he's certainly no enemy or evil-doer as you surmise. You should really get your head out of your ass and start worrying about politics closer to home. Chris Christie vilifies the public servant, fundamentally hates unions, does not believe in education and intends on turning this state into a barren, jobless hellhole that plays host to millionaires who work in Manhattan (who will not see tax increases at least until Christie is gone). F**K you.

"Barack Obama is an idiot", "Obama is such a failure to this point". See? Even you can be right once in a while.

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As for the shovel statement: admitting one's mistakes is sometimes hard, but it's a necessary thing to do if you expect to make progress.

So... lying to the American people is progress??

11 more days... 11 more days... 11 more days...

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So... lying to the American people is progress??

11 more days... 11 more days... 11 more days...

I was clearly creating a contrast between Obama and Bush. Bush lied to us and didn't admit his mistakes for years (some he never took responsibility); Obama is a pragmatist who realizes his mistakes while they're still correctable. You're a fool.

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I was clearly creating a contrast between Obama and Bush. Bush lied to us and didn't admit his mistakes for years (some he never took responsibility); Obama is a pragmatist who realizes his mistakes while they're still correctable. You're a fool.

Ok, thats different. Your saying its ok to lie if you are a liberal.

A pragmatist? The most radical idealogue ever elected.

Lay off the Kool Aid.

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This is what you/KO said:

"All of that money went to save jobs and the American financial system as we know it. I don't know how many times you have to be told that. As for the shovel statement: admitting one's mistakes is sometimes hard, but it's a necessary thing to do if you expect to make progress."

From your sentence, your opinion is that it's okay to lie (make a "mistake" or "misspeak") as long as there is progress. No where in your post do you mention Bush, so I'm not even sure you (or the reader) could even suggest that you were creating a contrast between Obama and Bush.

And how is Obama's "mistake" correctable when it comes to "shovel-ready" projects that were part of the stimulus. Are all those non-existent shovel ready projects going to magically appear "shovel ready"? What happened to the money set aside for them in the stimulus? Do you even care??? But, I'm the fool...

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