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The Not So Great Republican Debate - I'm Voting Democratic

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The separation of the wheat from the chaff has begun! Republican "wannabe" presidential candidates held their first debate in NH last night - and I'm not buying what they are offering. To a person the Republicans want to return to the failed Bush policies - you know - the economic policies that got us into this deep recession in the first place.
The Republicans are proving themselves to be the party of regression. Bachman and others called the present economic situation a depression. They would have been correct if Bush had done any more damage. Bush, and his lackeys absolutely knew this was coming. In the last month before Election 2008, Bush said that he only hoped this economic collapse would have held off until after he left office. Let the next guy deal with it.
Well, the next guy is dealing with it. We are all dealing with it. Most people have no idea just how close we came to economic extinction. Had Obama, the Democrats, and "We the Taxpayers" not helped the American Auto Industry, we would be in a depression that would make the Great Depression of the last century look like an economic toe stubbing.
And I'd like to know just when adding jobs became a negative, and losing jobs a positive. Why is it that a loss of 780,000 jobs in one month better than a one month gain of 54,000 jobs. That's what the Republicans are trying to sell us, and, as I said, "I'm not buying."
So let's talk about why I know that President Obama and the Democrats have been, and will continue to offer us a better deal - a way out of this disaster - and why the Republicans have no interest in helping out the little guy - or gal.
I hope you will join me.

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