Robert Ariail for August 09, 2011

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    perceptor3  about 12 years ago

    Yup. . . They just blaze hotter and hotter!

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    charliekane  about 12 years ago

    ^We reap what Reagan sowed.

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    baileydean  about 12 years ago

    Reagan was no Reagan, either. The myth continues to grow without substance.

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    Kylop  about 12 years ago

    No Harley. W would not have figured out the candles were trick candles. Can’t make the comparison.

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    disgustedtaxpayer  about 12 years ago

    Liberals and Democrats may get away with their perverted version of history and false blame of leaders they HATE….Reagan, Nixon and Bush….but on God’s Day of Accounting, they will face the TRUTH they despised in this earthly/USA lifetime! No human can LIE to God and get away with it.

    as Rush said 8/8/11 on his top-rated radio program….“Obamageddon…..Barackalypse…” (debt deal signed Tuesday and Wednesday Obama’s government went $259 Billion further in debt…more than 10 years of the “deal” so-called “savings”)

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    charliekane  about 12 years ago

    Neil Cavuto? On Fox?Really, Harley? Really?!I s’pose I could fire back with a “special comment” from Keith Olbermann. Or a clip from Rachel Maddow?Naw, let’s try David Stockman.He’s an old Reagan guy!

    Now, before you cry b-ull sh!t, b-ull sh!t, NY Times, please note: this is an op-ed piece. It is not the Times’ opinion. It is the Times letting an independent person express an opinion.

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    charliekane  about 12 years ago

    May the Lord have mercy on mah liburl an’ dimmicrat soul!I jus’ cudd’n resist a poke ’n y’alls eyes (dtp an’ Harley, speshully) fum comrade Krugman:

    “No, what makes America look unreliable isn’t budget math, it’s politics. And please, let’s not have the usual declarations that both sides are at fault. Our problems are almost entirely one-sided — specifically, they’re caused by the rise of an extremist right that is prepared to create repeated crises rather than give an inch on its demands.

    The truth is that as far as the straight economics goes, America’s long-run fiscal problems shouldn’t be all that hard to fix. It’s true that an aging population and rising health care costs will, under current policies, push spending up faster than tax receipts. But the United States has far higher health costs than any other advanced country, and very low taxes by international standards. If we could move even part way toward international norms on both these fronts, our budget problems would be solved.

    So why can’t we do that? Because we have a powerful political movement in this country that screamed “death panels” in the face of modest efforts to use Medicare funds more effectively, and preferred to risk financial catastrophe rather than agree to even a penny in additional revenues.

    The real question facing America, even in purely fiscal terms, isn’t whether we’ll trim a trillion here or a trillion there from deficits. It is whether the extremists now blocking any kind of responsible policy can be defeated and marginalized."

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    charliekane  about 12 years ago


    Seems the diffrunce ‘tween you an’ me is I likes learnin’ and ‘xplorin’. You don’t.

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    keechum  about 12 years ago

    Regan is the one who started all this mess with his trickel down economics that did not create jobs but put more money in corporate profits and sent jobs overseasWake Up America – there is greed all around us.

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