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Letter: Something for nothing – Anderson Independent Mail

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Letter: Something for nothingAnderson Independent MailMitt Romney says he knows how to create jobs and also start paying down the national debt. He says that is by giving a 20 percent tax cut ... His inability to give details sounds very similar to Pre...

Obama, Biden could have changed tax code – The News Journal

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Obama, Biden could have changed tax codeThe News JournalWhile U.S. Senator during George W. Bush's administration, President Barack Obama said the rising debt is a hidden domestic enemy and that if Washington were serious about honest tax relief in...

Poll: Romney more likely to break Washington gridlock – Concord Monitor

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Poll: Romney more likely to break Washington gridlockConcord MonitorPatty Murray, D-Wash., meeting on Capitol Hill in Washington to hear testimony about the national debt from the Congressional budget director. Just about everybody agrees Washington is...

Obama wins students’ poll of Taunton voters – Taunton Daily Gazette

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Obama wins students' poll of Taunton votersTaunton Daily GazetteThose who favored Romney said the former Massachusetts governor has more business experience, would strengthen the military, create more middle class jobs, reduce the national debt and...

NH Newspaper Blasts Obama; Endorses Romney – Dallas Blog (blog)

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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NH Newspaper Blasts Obama; Endorses RomneyDallas Blog (blog)Yet this time its editorial board concluded that in regards to jobs, the economy and the national debt, Mitt Romney is the best candidate to address these pivotal issues. According to the Nash...

Who Can Fix Gridlock? Poll Favors Romney – The Ledger

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Who Can Fix Gridlock? Poll Favors RomneyThe LedgerThe Joint Select Committee on Deficit Reduction meets on Capitol Hill in Washington to hear testimony about the national debt from the Congressional budget director. Just about everybody agrees Washingt...

President Clinton Visits Council Bluffs – KPTM-TV

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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President Clinton Visits Council BluffsKPTM-TVClinton told the crowd that Obama has cut the national debt by issuing tax cuts to the middle class and small businesses, giving money to state and local governments and investing in "a lasting economy...

Romney right for restoring American prosperity – The Eastern Progress Online (subscription)

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Romney right for restoring American prosperityThe Eastern Progress Online (subscription)Under President Obama, the national debt has risen six trillion dollars. Also, do we want to stand for a President who promised the nation's unemployment would ...

Nov. 1 Election Letters From Readers – Journal Times

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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Nov. 1 Election Letters From ReadersJournal TimesObama called his predecessor unpatriotic for increasing the national debt. Thus by his own benchmark, we have an unpatriotic president. Four years is plenty of time to turn around a bad economy. A true t...

The national debt clock is ticking – Redlands Daily Facts

Wednesday, October 31, 2012

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The national debt clock is tickingRedlands Daily FactsAre you better off now than you were when President Obama was elected? I suggest we are not. I attended this year's Republican National Convention in Tampa and was especially struck by one thing...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Aug 22, 2017: $19,844,905,899,360
In 8.6 yrs Increased: $9,218,028,850,447
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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