Crap, Ron Jeremy lost........
Has everyone gone insane?
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How's everyone doing in fantasy football, if you play? Right now I am 6-3 and 5th overall in a league of 20.
I'm glad this election is over. Now every ****ing teenager can stop acting like they knew anything about either candidate.
Candidates should be better 4 years from now.
Garbage in, garbage out at least in regards to major party candidates.
Obama gets 4 more years to hopefully do something about the rising federal budget deficit and unemployment, among other things.
Last edited by metswon69; 11-07-2012 at 07:28 PM.
hay hay hay
I think the market corrects itself and we start seeing lower unemployment numbers (from 7.8%) in the next 6 months.
If he could get it down to 5 or 6% by the end of his second term that would be quite an accomplishment considering where our economy was when Bush left office in January of 2009.
They have to chip into that federal budget deficit when it comes to spending too i agree.
Last edited by metswon69; 11-07-2012 at 08:47 PM.
We ran into the worst recession since the Great Depression.
I don't think Bush was solely responsible for it like most left wing activists would say but i think he made some huge mistakes like extended tax cuts during 2 Wars, acting like a Democrat when it came to federal spending, and deregulating Wall Street.
Clinton made that mistake in the 90s too when he eased some of the regulations on banks which led to a lot of the bad loans given out before the housing bubble burst.
As for bipartisanship, i dont know how much of that is really important to either party. I think both parties are individually in the business of getting re-elected and working together hurts those prospects.