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Thursday, February 25, 2010

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Dennis De

What part of "free market" does Obama not undertand? Free means that the market makes the descision as to who succeeds and who fails. The market will always make a better decision than government planning.

Matteo

What Obama spends most of his time saying, in essence, is this:

"These aren't the droids you're looking for."

tim aka The Godless Heathen

"I am an ardent believer in the free market”… even though I’ve taken control of GM and trying to take control of the health care industry, have set pay for executives of private companies, have vilified and denigrated Wall Street and numerous other private sector industries and companies, have hired numerous self proclaimed Communists/Marxists/Socialists for my administration, my mentor was a communist, my father was a communist, my autobiographies contain numerous references to socialism tendencies, there are various video taped interviews over the years verifing my socialistic beliefs and lastly, I told Joe the Plumber “I want to redistribute the wealth”…but pay no attention to that.

locomotivebreath1901

Very well said, Mr. BH. May I quote you?

Jim Shearon

I'm a firm and ardent supporter of open competition. It encourages business to trim fat and look for the best ways to be competitive in the marketplace. The government is a machine, and as such, is subject to tremendous maintenance and invitable breakdown. Obviously the people in Washington have not learned this most basic concept. Less government regulation and control will bring the American economy back. Until the selfish politicians come to know this and renounce their ways nothing will change. Just look a Barack Obama. Need I say more?

Mommynator

To quote and paraphrase The Princess Bride, "I do not think you understand what those words mean."

ZZMike

What he does speaks so loudly I can't hear what he says.

Chris Vehr

"These people really believe we're idiots.

They really do."

They have good reason to believe it. We ELECTED them!

PackerBronco

Bambi believes in a free market that is controlled by the government

Puma Outlet

Does it not depend on the method by which the $100/$120 is paid? Someone who values their time is more likely to settle for $100 instantly rather than go out of their way in 3 days' time to pick up an extra $20... once the subject has to go away and come back to pick up money, it makes little difference how long they have to wait so they opt for more. So they're willing to give up $20 to avoid wasting time in the future - would that make sense?

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