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#15 - Smegmamark
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#164 to #15 - osirisgod
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You're the man buddy!
#51 to #15 - stagger
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#62 to #15 - sandwitchman **User deleted account**
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#50 - quantumlegend
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#16 - anon
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And taking away Military Budget and depleting the economy. Yea I do, **** you Bill.
#17 to #16 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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you mean 8 consecutive years of growth, high employment, budget surplus and highest international standing USA had since ww2?
All that in between two Bush presidencies which had negative growth, job loss, balooning debt, balooning military expenditures and growth of hatred of americans world wide?
Please, please I want economy to be depleted like that again.
#24 to #17 - Sampsy
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and *ahem* reducing banking regulation.
#39 to #24 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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Chairman of the House Banking Committee, Representative James A. Leach (R-IA) introduced the bill to repeal, which Clinton administration agreed to as a part of a deal which allowed expansion of earned income tax credit, to push tax burden from middle and low middle class households to higher earning population and corporations.
Was that a bad choice? Sure, but lets not forget that Republicans at that point controlled the congress with great majority and had threatened complete block of all democrat intitatives if it was not passed.
Btw, if you are wondering who were largest campaign contributers for Congressman Leach, JP Morgan Chase, Lehman brothers and Citigroup.
#65 to #39 - garymotherfinoak
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(09/17/2013) [-]
i wish i had your economical knowgledge
#75 to #65 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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(09/17/2013) [-]
Well you put two compulsive obsessives living together and then they decide to invest some disposable income and tax returns. So they start researching how things work, what effects the market, what is safe what is unsafe.
Then about four weeks in, at four am you find yourself sleeping on the couch because you two disagree if easy credit conditions or weak underwriting practices were bigger part of a economic crisis in 2007.
I still say I was right. But I keep my mouth shut and sleep on a king size bed now.
#76 to #75 - garymotherfinoak
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(09/17/2013) [-]
aww.. you guys got divorced (or broke up)?
#77 to #76 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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No, I just learned to keep my big mouth shut. Now when she starts steaming I just say "Agree to disagree?" and she usually nods and that's it.
She is sweet as honey 95% of the time, but she does have a temper.
#82 to #77 - garymotherfinoak
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hehe, alright :3
#66 to #65 - garymotherfinoak
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and the knowledge to spell knowledge correctly
#162 to #17 - anon
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Clinton had the Tech boom, it had literally nothing to do with him.
#192 to #162 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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For those illiterate or just too damn ******* lazy to read, I have answered this, twice.
#155 to #17 - marsupilami
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#122 to #17 - strikingeight
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He did absolutely nothing, he got lucky thanks to the tech boom. He did absolutely nothing to make it better, all of his policies wouldn't have done a damn thing regardless if he installed them or not (other than the one's the Republicans forced him into). He moved into Somalia and left when things got bad, leaving the country as a **** storm. He ignored the trade center bombings, African embassy bombings, and allowed terrorists to go wherever the Hell they wanted. HE EVEN GAVE NORTH KOREA NUCLEAR MATERIALS. He was worse than Bush.
#125 to #122 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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The ones Republicans forced him into? Like removing banking regulation which caused 2007-2008 crisis? Good job.
And really, they made no change? North American Free Trade Agreement; Personal Responsibility and Work Opportunity Act; Family and medical leave act etc etc etc.
but glad to hear that republican ignorance is still in full swing.
Do you know why americans have such widespread internet and had it so much faster then anyone else? Because of direct subventions and policies pushed by clinton. When Bush cut those policies most fiberoptics companies went out of buisness and Google is buying their infrastructure now. If Bush didn't kill that initiative 90% of americans today would have fiberoptic internet.
Earned Income Tax Credit helped keep middle and lower middle class americans above level of needing social security help. Strengtening our economy and middle class.
Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 which cut taxes on 90% of small buisnesses creating a largest small buisness boom in america since the fifties, also raised taxes on top 1.2% of wealthiest. and guess what, it didn't result in job losses it resulted in job boom.
Due to his welfare reform between 1993 and 1999, the number of welfare recipients dropped by 7.5 million (a 53% decline) to 6.6 million.

But yeah, keep drinkning kool aid and ignore the reality.
#129 to #122 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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Oh and this I have to reply to with an insult.
You dumbass.
North Korea had nuclear exchange treaty with soviet union since 1960ies. In 1994 USA gave North Korea two light water reactors in exchange for North Korean disarmament. Such reactors are considered "more proliferation-resistant than North Korea's graphite-moderated reactors,"
North Korea HAD reactors. North Korea HAD nuclear materials, they were given light water reactors that are safer AND HARDER TO USE TO PRODUCE WEAPONS THEN THE ONES THEY HAD BEFORE.
So what I'm saying is, shut your piehole you ignorant child.
#93 to #17 - anon
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"two Bush presidencies"
Do you know how the government actually works, or do you just watch msnbc?
#94 to #93 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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George H. W. Bush
41st President of the United States
January 20, 1989 – January 20, 1993

William Jefferson "Bill" Clinton
42nd President of the United States
January 20, 1993 – January 20, 2001

George Walker Bush
43rd President of the United States
January 20, 2001 – January 20, 2009

I think you should lay off Fox news and try to use your brain.
#81 to #17 - anon
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yeah, you can thank microsoft and the widespread introduction of personal computers for that period of growth.
#123 to #81 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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In part yes, but lets not forget few things.
First, computers have been getting widespread since late eighties, and while they certainly increased productivity they decreased need for manhours which means they both created and made jobs obsolete.
Second, Japan and western europe were integrating computers as fast or (in case of japan) faster then USA, yet they didn't have steady strong growth in that time. Japan's growth actually declined and Europe's was much slower.
That's because happy accident was followed by smart policies toward middle class by Clinton administration, which kept middle class strengethened.
And that's where real economic power of a nation is, in the middle class. Not the rich, not the corporations, middle class.
#31 to #17 - ogloko
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clinton had the luck of the internet boom. get real
#44 to #31 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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You do understand that dot com bubble started at 1997. Which is his second term. And entire value was 1.3 trilion. A lot, but very focused value. While it did help the economy, it was fairly minor help that mostly helped those that were involved with stock trading.
Job creation was miniscule, less then 200.000 total.
#11 - yargibtim ONLINE
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Remember how Bill Clinton also bombed Serbia? Just saying
#172 to #11 - iridium ONLINE
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I take it you don't have a darn clue what was going on in the Balkans at the time.

There's a reason the term is called Balkanization.
#18 to #11 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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Over in two weeks, complete surrender of serbia, no american losses?
Yes I do.
#176 to #18 - yargibtim ONLINE
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Hey! Remember how he also sent troops into Somalia?
#193 to #176 - angelusprimus ONLINE
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No, he didn't. That was Bush Sr.
On the evening of 4 December 1992, U.S. President George H. W. Bush made an address to the nation, informing them that U.S. troops would be sent to Somalia. The U.S. contribution would be known as Operation Restore Hope, which joined a multinational force and became known as the United Task Force.
What he did was agree for UN to take over and then pulled american troops out saving american lives and keeping costs for USA at the minimum.
Later UN ****** up, but that was hardly Clinton's fault. They demanded they be in control, and instead of putting costs in money on american taxpayer and costs in blood on american soldier, Clinton agreed.
******* A!
#151 to #18 - coolcalx
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I'm sorry, how many people did we lose in our argument with Syria last week?
#67 - completeaddiction **User deleted account**
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Can someone please tell me how Obama has ****** up the economy and anal raped my loved ones?
#135 to #67 - zarkaronx
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#70 to #67 - rynkar
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Because he is president. Don't you know? You blame him for all your issues so its not you fault at all.
Damn government, making my grass all long and ****!
#78 to #70 - Vegeto
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#80 to #78 - JudasLitl
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thanks Obama
#84 to #80 - Vegeto
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#138 to #84 - zarkaronx
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#132 to #80 - newforomador
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#137 to #70 - zarkaronx
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#9 - konradkurze
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Clinton: ****** interns

Bush/Obama: ****** up whole nations
#68 to #9 - completeaddiction **User deleted account**
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how?
#131 to #68 - konradkurze
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well under clinton, usa cut back on unnecessary spending and the economy improved

under bush then obama, theyre all about unnecessary spending and milking usa to fuel the war budget
#210 to #131 - completeaddiction **User deleted account**
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...Don't democrats want to cut military spending?
#212 to #210 - konradkurze
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they want to but have they?

plus soon enough when iran, syria, cuba and north korea are attacked and subjugated by usa, they'll have nothing left to attack and then they can cut the budget
#230 to #212 - completeaddiction **User deleted account**
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"under bush then obama, theyre all about unnecessary spending and milking usa to fuel the war budget"
~konradkurze
Well time will tell.
#45 - baniggernom
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Well actually the problem wasn't that he got a blowjob, it was that he lied under oath about receiving the blowjob. I think pretty much everybody can side with why he did that considering his wife's appearance.
#72 to #45 - neoexdeath ONLINE
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Well, he said he'd never had sex with her, and the issue was that some people thought a blowjob counted, other people didn't. Basically, its the High School Virginity argument on a larger scale.

Blowjobs don't count, but anal does, while handjobs and ********** do not
#114 to #72 - latinotornado
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No, he said "I did not have sexual relations with that woman" he lied about having sex. His crime was not "cheating on his spouse" or "adultery" it was lying under oath.
#49 to #45 - saltyfries
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and her behavior (Hillary is the kind of woman that would scare me if elected president)
#10 - teranin ONLINE
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