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Three years into the democratic socialism experiment, otherwise known as the zerO administration, results have shown socialism to be a huge failure. zerO's attempts to convert the USA into a European style nanny state have driven us to the edge of bankruptcy. The good news is it's almost to an end. In 47 weeks the american voter will show zerO the door and elect either Gingrich or Romney. Then, if we're still solvent next nov. we're begin the long process of digging out of the massive hole zerO has put everyone in.

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Three years into the democratic socialism experiment, otherwise known as the zerO administration, results have shown socialism to be a huge failure. zerO's attempts to convert the USA into a European style nanny state have driven us to the edge of bankruptcy. The good news is it's almost to an end. In 47 weeks the american voter will show zerO the door and elect either Gingrich or Romney. Then, if we're still solvent next nov. we're begin the long process of digging out of the massive hole zerO has put everyone in.

As always, you're dead wrong. Countries that are far more socialistic than the United States are doing very well. But as usual, the facts don't matter to you right wingers. What failed was deregulation (false prosperity based on speculation), the decimation of the middle class (insufficient demand) and our failure to invest in infrastructure and new energy technologies.

The only thing that prevented a complete collapse of our economy was government intervention. We boosted the money supply and spent money to stimulate the economy. The spending saved the American auto industry and prevented hundreds of thousands of layoffs.

Gingrich or Romney, huh? If one of them doesn't make it, will you admit you were wrong?

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As always, you're dead wrong. Countries that are far more socialistic than the United States are doing very well. But as usual, the facts don't matter to you right wingers. What failed was deregulation (false prosperity based on speculation), the decimation of the middle class (insufficient demand) and our failure to invest in infrastructure and new energy technologies.

The only thing that prevented a complete collapse of our economy was government intervention. We boosted the money supply and spent money to stimulate the economy. The spending saved the American auto industry and prevented hundreds of thousands of layoffs.

Gingrich or Romney, huh? If one of them doesn't make it, will you admit you were wrong?

I read your first paragraph 3 times and I have no idea what you said. Put the pipe down, get out of your momma's basement and get some fresh air.

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I read your first paragraph 3 times and I have no idea what you said.

Then you should keep reading until you understand it. It's not complicated.

1. If your claims were true, the most socialist countries would be having the most trouble. Only they're not. So you're wrong about that.

2. When we deregulated the banking and financial sectors, they went wild. You have no problem with that idea when it's to criticize Fannie and Freddie but when it's used to criticize the banks, suddenly you don't speak English.

3. One of the main reasons the economy isn't growing is that the middle class doesn't have a lot of money to spend. We need a strong middle class to demand goods and services. There aren't enough rich people to do it, and they don't spend most of their money on consumer goods. Because of right wing policies, income distribution has gone dangerously off the tracks, placing the middle class in jeopardy, and our economy with it.

4. We knew forty years ago that energy was a problem. We could have invested in new technologies but we didn't. Instead, we adopted policies aimed at helping the oil companies get rich and keeping new technologies from being developed. We've paid the price in national security and economic strength.

None of this is hard to understand, unless you just don't want to.

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