Oh Counselor, where art thou brain?

If you’ve got a business — you didn’t build that.

Somebody else made that happen.”

Barack Obama

Entrepreneurs and their small enterprises

are responsible for almost all the economic growth in the United States.
Ronald Reagan


 Your approach to the subject truly reveals your  grandiosity and imaginary superior  intellect ala Lyin' Lizzie Warren and the OWS "crap on a cruiser" mentality. Rather absurd to ask someone an intelligent question after declaring they posses a "vacuous cloud of anger, disinformation and failed ideology...where most of us have a brain" but you have always been the schoolyard champion in name calling.  " Little Petey Walker" while juvenile at best,  betrays the creativity of someone  in firm command of  a room temperature IQ. The "his little island in Florida" really hurt me to the core and I will be thinking of it all day as I sit on the beach in glorious 82' Florida sunshine. As a mater of fact I am sitting on the veranda as I write this [3 AM] in shorts and bare feet. How's the weather in the real world? High of 50' you say? Well you really got me that time you cunning bastard.

Perhaps before we get started you could explain what the f*ck a "Murtaugh publication like the Boston Herald" is. The Boston Herald is owned by GateHouse Media along with The Enterprise and The Patriot Ledger. A gentleman named Rupert Murdoch [M-u-r-d-o-c-h] was the owner at one time but that was 18 years ago, perhaps around the last time you had something intelligent to say.

So Counselor, being the bigger man I will respond to your inquiry as distasteful as it may be. Yes Reagan's unemployment numbers were high, yet that is hardly news or even relevant to today's economy as he left office in 1989, 5 years before Rupert Murdoch sold the Herald.

 As far as the rest of your drivel, "stealth deregulation" is not a quantifier in regards to "the Bush administration's economic policies" and while being unable to come up with an original thought, you cut and past from a blog by a socialist professor at a liberal north east college.  Sound a little like Granny Warren's Pow Wow Chow? Perhaps you could explain why the economy was doing fine until the Democrats took over the Congress.

 Anyone with a minimal understanding of the National Debt would never be naive enough to claim "Bush spent down a $250 billion surplus" as it is a left wing fairy tale. If the debt  rose each year as it did under Clinton, where did the surplus come from? Could people fly and did candy fall from the sky during those years also?

Concerning the "party that has blocked his every initiative in  Congress", the Administration squandered a 2 year super majority in the House and a filibuster proof Senate,  where they could have rammed anything through but Obama's hubris got in the way.

The reason Reagan was a "great" leader and I see Obama as a "failure" is that like Bill Clinton and Newt Gingrich, Reagan worked with Tip O'Neil while our current president follows the “We won, you lost, get over it.” school of governance. He  also restored  American's faith and pride in their country, and our standing as a force to be reckoned with around the world, something Obama continues to erode. Reagan was also a real Commander in Chief who called a terrorist attack a terrorist attack and didn't perpetuate a lie on the American people that it was a spontaneous event. He responded to Libya in kind and silenced them for years. Obama continued his apology tour.

So get your facts straight Dick, and try again.

File under.....FAIL!



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