Hoping for a better year

Posted Wednesday, December 29, 2010, at 8:32 AM
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    Our problem will be the economy ,we are impatient,we need to understand it will not go back to what it was.What it was was a lie,it was built on a lie we need that understanding to move forward,if our nations business community does not start hiring US,HERE our problems will get bigger.AS A NATION we will get there but it will take us all,the labeling and fighting to see who will be king of the hill is counter productive to us all it needs to stop in the name of the people,

    lets hope it does.

    -- Posted by lamont on Wed, Dec 29, 2010, at 12:18 PM
  • With all due respect, we didn't have gridlock in 2010. Obama and the democrats controlled the House and the Senate. What held up some of their desires was, and always will be, the prevailing attitude of the American people. If this country is to survive and not be cast into socialism, we must repeal what the democrats have done these last two years. It should start with the repeal of Obamacare, and continue with killing the Cap and Trade baloney. After that, it would really be nice to have Obama drop his lawsuit with AZ and let them protect their own borders because it's quite clear the federal govt. cannot. Right now we have two choices: the party of corruption or the party of establishment idiots. Once will ensure a rapid collapse, where the other will treat us like the slow boiling frog in the pot. Neither is what we need.

    -- Posted by Mtn.Homer on Fri, Dec 31, 2010, at 5:09 PM
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