Poll: What will the economy do in the next four years?

November 27, 2012
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What will the economy do in the next four years?

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35 Responses to Poll: What will the economy do in the next four years?

  1. satted on November 27, 2012 at 5:38 am

    We really don’t want to win the next election.

    • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 27, 2012 at 10:57 am

      And the blind/angry paulbots didn’t want anyone but Obama to win the 2012 election, so now the dems can rely on these angry blind paulbots to vote just like their well-trained angry blind black voting-block. Now, the paulbots will forever more be owned by the dems. The dems see these idiot paulbots as their own permanent Ross Perot voter block which will assure that the left will be fully allowed to turn the US into a dictatorship and strip everyone of personal freedoms and liberty. Nice job, you paulbot idiots.

      • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 27, 2012 at 10:59 am

        Yet, it’s the paulbots who are now screeching:

        “Reap what you sow, Bi-atch-ezzzz!!!”

        LOL! Project much, you paulbot morons?

  2. ip727 on November 27, 2012 at 6:09 am

    When el crapo hits the fan big time, it is best the enemy be steering the ship of state.

    (although they will still try to blame bush)

    • bc3b on November 27, 2012 at 1:53 pm

      And the media will support the “blame Bush” meme.

  3. Setnaffa on November 27, 2012 at 6:38 am

    There won’t be a “next election.”

    We’re for it and no mistake.

    And it started with “compassionate conservatism” and the idea we of “… robbing selected Peter to pay for collective Paul…”

    • ip727 on November 27, 2012 at 6:56 am

      THIS PONZI SCHEME HAS RUN IT’S COURSE,
      WE CAN NO LONGER RIDE A DYING HORSE,
      THE LAST GOLDEN GOOSE HAS BEEN PLUCKED,
      WE AS A NATION ARE SOON TO BE F–KED,
      ALL WE WILL HAVE LEFT, IS BUYERS REMORSE.

    • Haverwilde on November 27, 2012 at 8:58 am

      Quoting from the The Gods of the Copybook Headings–great stuff

      I like the ending new ending the Whittle has for the poem:

      And that after this is accomplished and the new world begun,
      When all men are paid for existing and no man must pay for his sins,
      As surely as water will wet us, as surely as fire will burn,
      The Gods of wisdom and virtue with terror and slaughter return!

      My answer to the quiz is “none of the above” It will be different from all of them, But decidely not nice!

  4. artist on November 27, 2012 at 7:01 am

    If the GOP pushes amnesty through with higher taxes and ignores social issues, tens of millions will abandon the party.

    The Dems will get veto proof margins in both Houses.

    • Setnaffa on November 27, 2012 at 7:20 am

      There won’t be another election. Not in the sense you mean it. No one can stop Obama ben Ghazi from becoming “President for Life”…

      • ip727 on November 27, 2012 at 7:31 am

        The public will be so sick of obammer after the next 4 years of stagflation
        and 10% unemployment, the dims couldn’t elect a dogcatcher.

        • Jim,MtnViewCA,USA on November 27, 2012 at 8:20 am

          After the media says all the econ problems are due to Repub refusal to “compromise”?

          btw, regarding the poll–Hoover was not that bad.
          http://newsroom.ucla.edu/portal/ucla/FDR-s-Policies-Prolonged-Depression-5409.aspx

        • Setnaffa on November 27, 2012 at 9:20 am

          “The public”? You mean like the folks in Ohio who had to complain multiple times before their Romney vote stopped counting as an Obama vote? Or the folks in Philadelphia and Houston where the votes were 100% for Obama, not even one for Romney?

          I don’t trust the government to allow us to elect someone who wants to shrink the bureaucracy.

        • bc3b on November 27, 2012 at 1:56 pm

          Unfortunately, the government will come up with a new means of measuring unemployment and inflation, the media will assure Americans that everything is wonderful and idiotic voters will believe the lies.

  5. Rubio's RINO on November 27, 2012 at 8:25 am
    • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 27, 2012 at 10:52 am

      Says the blind paulbot whose idiotic cult supported Obama/Marxism/Huge-Gov’t Dictatorship

      Seriously, do you blind paulbots EVER stop projecting your own failures onto others??

      The RINOs wouldn’t be moving even further to the left if you paulbot fools didn’t help swing the election to Obama ben Ghazi so, while you’re pointing your finger at others, don’t forget there are several more pointed right back at yourself, idiot.

      • Gerry Owen on November 27, 2012 at 12:11 pm

        Paultards are mostly jyust trying to get Pot legalized, then they will go back to beinging liberal leeches to get us to pay for their dope.
        Bunch of dumbasses.

        • Rubio's RINO on November 27, 2012 at 1:39 pm

          Gerry,

          Its clear to me that the only ones smoking dope are you and Anonymous-RINO-Bootlicker.

          Aren’t you guys tired of bending over for Big Government? Or maybe you enjoy it.

          • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 27, 2012 at 2:21 pm

            It was YOUR cult that supported the Big-Government Obama, dumbass.

            You paulbots reap what you sow, right “bi-atch-ezz”?

            Damn, you’re dumb.

          • Rubio's RINO on November 27, 2012 at 2:28 pm

            it’s clear that “Anonymous RINO Bootlicker” is the same poster as Gerry Owen.

            I’ve never seen someone crying so bad over spilt milk and enjoying his sour grapes. Are you the same guy as the poster who said he lost a bunch of $ by betting on Romney?

          • KevPB on November 28, 2012 at 3:05 am

            Anon unpaulbot and gerry are correct. The ron paul kids are projecting.

            The ‘sour grapes’ bunch have been the ron paul kids all along. The diehard supporters of Cain, Bachman, Santorum etc. were all disappointed that their picks didn’t make the cut but they were all mature enough to support a way more conservative ticket than 0bama.

            But ron paul’s ‘sour grapes’ kiddies did not support the limited-government ideology. They kept throwing hissy fits and never stopped their childish threats to vote against the more conservative ticket and that’s just what they did in the election. From what I’ve read and heard, paul’s kids split their vote between write-ins and 0bama but went much more heavily toward the keynsian marxist.

            Now we know the ron paul kid’s true beliefs are aligned with the leftist agenda, which explains why they’re projecting so much.

          • Rubio's RINO on November 28, 2012 at 6:19 am

            and now we have “KevPB” as another handle of Anonymous RINO-bootlicker. Hey, Kev, maybe you can respod to my post furhter below in place of your missing “friend”, Anonymous.

          • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 28, 2012 at 7:01 am

            Wrong on both guesses, dumbass. You’re not that bright, are you?

            But I agree that all you paulbots do is project 24/7.
            And talk about “crying over spilled milk”, yeah we saw how you crybabies have behaved since paul was defeated and we know you fools voted for Obama in mass so stop pretending otherwise, liar.

            You paulbot picklepuffers also tried to stop us “real conservatives” in NC, but we stopped your paulbot liberal insanity dead in its tracks and amended our State Constitution to define marriage as between 1 man and 1 woman (NO EXCEPTIONS). No legal unions or any other of your paulbot pickle puffer leftist agenda. And, you wanna know who is howling the loudest in NC? It’s not the democrat left as much as it is you stupid leftist paubots.

            Funny, how you liars keep screeching “state rights” but then when a conservative red state passes conservative legislation (against your liberal ideologies), you paulbots are the first ones to screem and howl. You HYPOCRITES. You’re nothing but liberal liars trying to pretend you’re conservative when everyone knows that your agenda almost perfectly mirrors the liberal progressive left.

            WHO did you vote for by the way??

            Funny how you’re too ashamed to admit it.

      • Rubio's RINO on November 27, 2012 at 1:35 pm

        Uh-huh. Keep twisting that pretzel logic, Anonymous RINO Dumb-@$$.

        It is clear you love big government. so you shouldn’t be too unhappy that Obama is back in. But hey, if you want to whine over sour grapes that your RINO, big government luvin’ candidate didn’t get in and blame others because of it … hey, have at it! It’s still a free country to do so … at least for a little while longer until the big government politicos you worship decide to use the force of big government agaist you.

        • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 27, 2012 at 2:19 pm

          yet it was YOU paulbots who worked against the gop and FOR big-government Obama.

          This fact is not in dispute.

          And why? Because YOUR paulbot cult has turned into something almost exactly like the black-vote. You’re angry, you’re easily stirred into a frenzy, you fail to see any logic and your BLIND to the long term consequences of the fact that you keep supporting the marxist/dictatorship getting further and further entrenched.

          Keep your angry projecting going. It’s the only thing you kooks know how to do.

          And it’s working out so well for you, right? Oh wait, except that it’s NOT.

          Moron.

          • Rubio's RINO on November 27, 2012 at 3:31 pm

            are you now becoming a revisionary-historian too? emulating your big government brethren of the far left??

            cute how you try to change the story — I get a chuckle out of it as I’m sure other non-RINO’s here do. don’t know what you mean by ‘cult’ — other than you are trying to marginalize me and anyone who threatens RINO-ville where you live. True conservatives preach and practice “Principle over party” — that is the way this is supposed to work. But you RINO’s hold up the GOP mantra of “party over principle” and expect every one to fall in line. Now which one sounds more like a “cult” that you accuse myself of being in.

            the truth is many true Conservatives (not the fakes like you — RINO’s are not Conservative though they claim to be) pushed at the Grassroots level WITHIN the GOP to bring about a return to smaller Government, sound $, balanced budgets, ACTUAL cuts in Fed Gov’t spending to prior levels (not cuts that would only produce marginal reductions in the projected increases in spending like your RINO candidate was proposing), more individual freedoms, and adherence to immigration laws (translaction for you RINO’s: this means “NO AMNESTY”).

            We tried to push for these within the GOP. But the GOP establishment ignored us and shut us down as we were a threat to their RINO power. They even went to the extent of gaming the state caucuses and then re-writing the rules at the Convention to give MORE POWER to the RINO establishment and LESS POWER to Grassroots efforts backed by everyday citizens who are real Conservatives. So the truth is that the GOP establishment kicked us to the curb.

            So are you a RINO establishment guy or just a naive RINO schill? Inquiring minds want to know.

            And how do you feel about your RINO leadership within the GOP now backing Amnesty efforts and pushing to take the party further left? How do you call yourself Conservative? Do you feel a lot of internal conflict within you? Is that the reason for the anger that you continually vent on this forum? Pray tell us how following the big government RINO (aka “Dem lite”) philosophy the GOP leadership pushes on us is going to work out for you (and all of us)? Tell us how Amnesty is going to help make things right. Please … let’s hear it … don’t keep us in suspense any longer.

          • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 28, 2012 at 6:52 am

            Ron Paul is AGAINST a border fence, which means OPEN BORDERS, you dumbass. He’s admitted this plainly you moron. Actually, the only primariy candidate who was worse on border security was Gingrich, but not by that much. Ron Paul SUCKS on the border/illegals so stop hitting the bong and telling yourself lies to the contrary.

            Ron paul in a nutshell (just to name a few):
            * refuses to build a border fence (allowing more illegals)
            * supports in state abortion on demand (baby killing)
            * supports open drugs, hookers and pedophiles (eg. more illegals)
            * is working against the defense of marriage act for his pickle puffers

            So, WHO did you vote for, paulbot?

            Did you vote for Ron Paul’s open-borders, baby-killing, dopehead, pickle puffers seeking to destroy conservative principles in this nation?

            or

            Did you vote for Obama ben Ghazi’s open-borders, baby-killing, dopehead, pickle puffers seeking to destroy conservative principles in this nation?

            Let’s hear it, don’t keep us in suspense any longer!
            Oh right, you’re too craven and ashamed to admit who you voted for.

            Typical ultra leftist paulbot hypocrite.
            YOU are the nothing but a lying sack of shit and everyone knows it.

          • Anonymous un-Paulbot on November 28, 2012 at 7:06 am

            The truth hurts,
            and you paulbots “Reap what you sow, Bi-atch-ezzzz!!!”
            to use your words.

            Go back to your bong hits and big gov’t handouts, you lying liberal leech.

          • Rubio's RINO on November 28, 2012 at 12:24 pm

            Hey Mr. Anonymous RINO Amnesty luvr —

            you didn’t answer the questions I asked you and you tried to weakly reframe the argument in your social ‘fake’ conservative manner. No surprise there, its typical behavior of RINO’s and the RINO-cult.

            you seem to be obsessed with Ron Paul too. Why is he such a threat to you?
            the RINO’s in the GOP establishment you support whole heartedly (yes, you believe in Amnesty too apparently) are driving the GOP into irrelevance. Keep pushing those RINO candidates up, and keep losing elections.

            PS. I’ll answer one of the questions for you (you can do the rest). You are a RINO shill — by the tone of your rants and your weak arguments, your not sharp enough to be part of the RINO establishment.

            PSS. You seem to keep obsessing about who I voted for. Who I did vote for (or if I voted at all) is none of your business. But at a minimum, it shouldn’t be hard to figure out that I did NOT vote for the Socialist/Corporatist, nor did I vote for the Socialist-lite/Corporatist RINO. Neither of them are Conservative. And neither are you.

  6. Gerry Owen on November 28, 2012 at 9:24 am

    Problem is, I really don’t think too many of Ron Paul’s supporters get too far past the Legalize Dope issue-
    and most of the ones that do, are “Rage against the machine” types who also hate the fed and some mythical intertwined cabal of secret societies and conspiracies.

    I honestly think Paul has some excellent ideas on deregulation, taxation, and other role of government arguments- but I sincerely doubt the majority of his supporters support the dismantling of the welfare state.
    My problems with Paul are few- he has the charisma of a lunch lady, has spent years in Congress and advanced his cause not one iota, and seems a bit stuck on himself as of late, which is common among long term politicians.
    Most of my issues are with his brain dead supporters. I apprreciate the converts Paul has made in advancing Libertarian ideals, but it appears to me that cadre of informed, dedicated libertarians is a small minority of his support.

  7. Gerry Owen on November 28, 2012 at 9:33 am

    Un-Paulbot:
    Ron paul in a nutshell (just to name a few):
    * refuses to build a border fence (allowing more illegals)
    * supports in state abortion on demand (baby killing)
    * supports open drugs, hookers and pedophiles (eg. more illegals)
    * is working against the defense of marriage act for his pickle puffers

    All true, He has said most of these issues are states rights matters- although his position on the border is absolutely indefensible.

    DOMA was a weak attempt to do legislatively something that should probably require an actual amendment. Outside of Federal Tax returns and how the Fed operates their benefits for their employees, I really don’t see what role they can play, Constitutionally, IMHO.

    If Roe v Wade were overturned tomorrow, it would not stop one abortion- it would revert the issue back to the states where it belongs.

    As for Pedophiles, I think we should be able to shoot them. Repeatedly.

    • Rubio's RINO on November 28, 2012 at 12:36 pm

      right, he’s left most of these to be resolved at the state level.

      re: the border -
      yes, I’ve heard Paul’s position of being against a border fence, but he’s said he’s anti-Amnesty and he would repeal the ‘anchor baby’ clause and end the welfare state for illegals. Those policies are more plausible to cure the illegal immigration problem (and would encourage self-deportation) than the RINO solution of : 1) proclaim to build a very costly fence acrosss thousands of miles 2) grant Amnesty anyways to illegals here. 3) move the party more to the political center (which is pushing into lefty-land at this point).

      another point regarding the borders. Paul has stated he’s end the boondoggle wars overseas that are costing us billion per month and shore up our defenses at home, including more personnel on the borders. Given this and an administration that would actually enforce existing immigration law is a better solution that what the RINO’s have been proposing.

  8. Gerry Owen on November 28, 2012 at 1:29 pm

    In this age of terrorism, we need to control the border, fence, whatever. Landmines may be a bit much, but we need to know who is here.
    I am all for ending the welfare state- both for illegals and legals. So is Paul, and most of his supporters don’t read that far into the pamphlet.
    I don’t think it will lead to massive self deportation, as many of them work and distrust signing up for benefits. E Verify would probably be more effective, and more likely to happen.
    Ending foriegn wars and involvements sounds all warm and nice, but we like our cheap goods from overseas, and we like our compaines to be able to get the raw materials we need. This isn’t the 1800s, where the US had a whole continent to expand into and develop.
    If we do not protect our interests overseas, we will become slaves to those who control the sea lanes, the raw materials, etc we need.
    China is launching planes off their carrier now…..FYI

    • Rubio's RINO on November 28, 2012 at 8:57 pm

      I don’t agree the ‘age of terrorism’ is as big as our elites make it out to be. for example, Its not worth sacrificing our freedoms to be felt-up or exposed to X-rays by the TSA. Israel doesn’t even do this crap, they use other ‘non invasive’ methods for airport security, and they’ve had the safest airlines for years.

      E-verify sounds like a good idea too. especially given the high unemployment for actual citizens.

      cheap good overseas doesn’t have anything to do with wars. Actually, continued financing of the wars requires going into debt which undermines our $ which makes these goods more expensive.

      the US has lots of resources here still. there’s lots of oil untapped in places like Alaska and the US has the largest Natural Gas reserves in the world waiting to be tapped as another form of energy. what we don’t have here, we can trade for. in the end our economy would be much healthier than trying to maintain this empire via force which results in too much cost in blood and treasure. We’re already becoming slaves to other countries/interests due to the weakening state of our economy caused by trying to maintain our empire by force. your suggestion we need to maintain this empire — no matter what the cost — to maintain ‘our interests’ (Not sure who you mean by ‘our’ exactly … i don’t think it applies to most Americans) and access to cheap goods seems way off base. China is free to launch planes off their carriers, as long as they don’t do it in a way to threaten us, I don’t see a problem with that. Are you suggesting other countries shouldn’t be able to have military forces?

  9. Anonymous Un-Paultard on November 28, 2012 at 10:01 pm

    “Are you suggesting other countries shouldn’t be able to have military forces?”

    LMFAO Don’t bogart that joint, pass it over to me.

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