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Do you believe 2013 will be a better financial year for your family?

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Yes 84%
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No 15%
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5231 total votes

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1 pj (80 comments) posted 1 year, 10 months ago

Did not vote, however hopefully; it will be with or without BO in charge.

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2 NoBS (1963 comments) posted 1 year, 10 months ago

I see another year of Congress doing nothing but squabbling and casting blame on "them" - whichever party "they" happen to be - instead of accepting responsibility as a whole for their actions (or inaction). I see taxes going up and wages and benefits going down. I see the partisan divide growing further apart. I see more political agendas being shoved down the throats of an unwilling populace, from the local level up through the national. "Better?" More likely, we're heading for another Civil War.

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3 cambridge (3031 comments) posted 1 year, 10 months ago

toycannon....In the world of reality the stock market has doubled since the damage of the bush administration, thirty straight months of adding jobs and inflation has almost been flat since Obama took office.

Keep those posts coming, they help people decide how they should vote just like the last election.

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4 NoBS (1963 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

And the partisan divide continues here on Vindy. Do you people not see that CONGRESS, on both sides of the aisle, is at fault for the mess we're in? The President is a figurehead - it's Congress that makes the laws. This is beyond the "Rs" versus the "Ds" - and it's that blame-casting that's causing the fiscal cliff to be unavoidable. Neither party is doing anything constructive - they're both at fault.

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5 cambridge (3031 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

toycannon....So after the stock market recovery, adding millions of jobs and keeping inflation at bay Obama will now complete his plan for destroying America? My mistake, I didn't know you could see things so clearly and forecast the future.

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6 paulydel (1308 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

The liar and chief is already jockying for more tax hikes.

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7 georgejeanie (844 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

cambridge, all on borrowed money. Jist kicking the can down the road. No real solutions just borrow and spend. Keep your head in the sand and you and the rest of us will be completely buried.

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8 cambridge (3031 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

georgejeanie....bush borrowed money for trillions in tax breaks, the war in Iraq, a prescription drug program that benefits drug companies while crashing the worlds economy and putting millions out of work..

Obama borrowed money and created millions of jobs, saved America's auto industry, improved America's infrastructure and the value of the stock market has doubled.

You might think my head is stuck in the sand....guess where I think your head is stuck.

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9 georgejeanie (844 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

43% more people on food stamps, Obama phones handed out, as many as you want to make those drug deals, letting state department officials hanging out to dry and die, still have those open borders Obamacare for 30 million more people and the medical profession baling because of low return , more lawyers graduating from college than engineers, more minoirty children being born out of wedlock than ever before, Everything is just great!

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10 paulydel (1308 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

Cambridge I got news for you he lost more jobs than he create and our expense. I think most of the voters had their heads up their butts because if they really wanted an honest politician then they wouldn't have voted for the liar and chief.

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11 andersonathan (669 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

Welfare will cost more this year in 2013 than the whole Iraq War

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12 VINDYAK (1799 comments) posted 1 year, 9 months ago

Because of taxes and other government costs, our net household income will be less this year than last year or any year since 2007. Meanwhile our government continues to fund more spending plans and increase the size of government. If this keeps up, we will become part of the 47% who depend upon the government for their existence. Of course, by then it will not be 47%, it will be more like 52% and then the government has us in the bag.

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