Responder
¡Bienvenido! Para que puedas participar, intercambiar mensajes privados, subir fotos, dar kudos y ser parte de las conversaciones necesitas estar ingresado en los Foros. | Ingresa | Regístrate Gratis
Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

Leader Cantor Statement On Debt Limit Negotiations
Majority Leader's Website ^ | 7/22/11 | Eric Cantor

 

WASHINGTON, D.C. - Today, House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) issued the following statement on the debt limit negotiations:

     "Tonight, months after we had begun negotiations with President Obama, Vice President Biden, and the Administration, Speaker Boehner and I are ending discussions with the White House and beginning conversations with Senate leaders in the hopes of finding a solution to the debt limit debate in order to avoid default. Throughout the months of discussions, we have worked to identify real spending cuts, binding budget reforms, structural changes to save our entitlement programs, and significant debt reduction. Unfortunately, time and again these talks have reached an impasse for one reason: the Democrats’ insistence on raising taxes on small businesses and working families. We must get Washington’s fiscal house in order, but with millions of Americans out of work, the worst thing Washington can do is to raise taxes on those we need to start hiring again. Washington has a spending problem, and until that is fixed, raising taxes is simply asking the American people to send more money to be spent inefficiently.

"In recent days, Speaker Boehner and I have engaged in discussions at the White House with the goal of doing something big to address our debt crisis, just as we did in the House Republican Budget. During these discussions, it became clear that the White House has a fundamental philosophical difference about how we stop spending, begin to get our fiscal house in order and manage down our debt. Contrary to news reports, a deal was never reached with the White House and a deal was never close with the White House – especially after the President insisted on more tax revenue after the Gang of Six plan was released. America will pay its bills and meet its obligations, and in coming days we will offer a path forward that meets the President’s request for a debt limit increase, manages down the debt, and achieves serious spending cuts."

 

Voters Prefer Republicans on Debt Crisis
Powerline ^ | July22,2011 | John H. Hinderaker

 

 

    The Republicans’ failure to win clearly the messaging battle over federal spending and debt is frustrating, but the latest poll data–significant because they come from likely voters–indicate that the GOP is coming out on top so far, albeit not by a wide margin.

   Today’s Rasmussen Reports headlines, “Most Voters Are Unhappy With Both Sides in the Debt Ceiling Debate.” No surprise there–many people are much too quick to adopt a “plague on both their houses” attitude. But the disapproval isn’t equal:

   The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 58% of Likely U.S. Voters at least somewhat disapprove of the way President Obama and congressional Democrats are handling the debate over the debt ceiling, with 38% who Strongly Disapprove. But 53% also disapprove of how congressional Republicans are handling the debate, including 32% who Strongly Disapprove.

   As often happens, the Republicans deserve to do better because most voters agree with their pposition. In a separate survey, Rasmussen finds that 62% of likely voters fear that a debt deal will raise taxes too much, while 56% worry that Congress and the President will cut spending too little in any such deal. This suggests that Republicans’ numbers have room for improvement as more voters understand the parties’ positions, especially in light of Harry Reid’s actions today.

Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

OBAMA PONE FIN LA SUPREMACIA ESPACIAL DE U.S.

[ Editado ]

OBAMA PUSO FIN A LA SUPREMACIA DE U.S. EN EL ESPACIO

 

 

OBAMA PONE FIN AL PROGRAMA ESPACIAL DE U.S. QUEDANDO SIN TRABAJO DECENAS DE MILES DE EMPLEADOS QUE ERAN ALTAMENTE REMUNERADOS POR SU LABOR

 

DESPUES DE RELEGAR LA PRINCIPAL MISION DE LA NASA A SER PARTE INTEGRAL DE LA MAQUINARIA PROPAGANDISTICA DEL ISLAM, OBAMA PONE FIN A LA GLORIOSA Y FRUCTIFERA LABOR CIENTIFICA DEL PROGRAMA ESPACIAL INICIADO POR JOHN F. KENNEDY Y CON ELLO QUEDANDO MILES DE LOS MEJORES CEREBROS EN MATERIA ESPACIAL DE U.S. SIN EMPLEO Y A EXPENSAS DE QUE MUCHOS SEAN RECLUTADOS POR LOS CHINOS PARA SU AMBICIOSO PROGRAMA ESPACIAL.

 

EN SU JIHAD CONTRA LA ECONOMIA, OBAMA HA ARRECIADO SUS ATAQUE A LA INDUSTRIA DE AVIONES PRIVADOS AMENAZANDO CON LA DESTRUCCION DE UN  MILLON Y MEDIO DE EMPLEOS, INDUSTRIA QUE EXPORTA EL 60% DE SU PRODUCCION.  LA HISTORIA SE REPITE...  CARTER QUE PUSO UN IMPUESTO SUNTUARIO A LOS YATES CONSTRUIDOS EN U.S. ARRUINANDO TOTALMENTE ESA INDUSTRIA Y HACIENDO QUE LOS YATES TUVIERAN QUE SER FABRICADOS FUERA DE ESTADOS UNIDOS.

 

¿CUAL SERÁ LIMITE DE LA CRUZADA DE OBAMA PARA DESTRUIR LA SUPREMACIA ECONOMICA, MILITAR Y CIENTÍFICA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS?

Diamante
joyafina88
Mensajes: 40,853
Registrado: ‎07-05-2007

Re: OBAMA PONE FIN LA SUPREMACIA ESPACIAL DE U.S.

No blank checks for the president, no tax hikes

mr. boehner said!!!

hurrrayyyyyy !!!!!

Diamante
joyafina88
Mensajes: 40,853
Registrado: ‎07-05-2007

Re: OBAMA PONE FIN LA SUPREMACIA ESPACIAL DE U.S.

voter confidence in Republicans to handle the economy is growing.

The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of Likely Voters shows that 45% trust Republicans more when it comes to handling economic issues, while 35% put more trust in Democrats. Nineteen percent (19%) are undecided

Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

WHAT EXPANSION?
IBD Editorials
7/29/2011



   Obamanomics: In case you thought the economy was doing better, Friday’s report on gross domestic product likely disabused you of that notion. It shows the last two years of economic policymaking have been an utter failure.

   New data show that the economy has been expanding far less robustly over the past two and a half years than initially claimed.

According to the Commerce Department, first-quarter GDP growth was 0.4%, not 1.9% as first reported. In the second quarter, it grew at a tepid 1.3% pace.

    A recent problem? Hardly. Fourth-quarter 2010 growth was also revised down, from 3.1% to 2.3%.

    In fact, all told, from the end of 2008 to this year, the government estimates U.S. GDP was $314 billion less than first estimated, not including this year’s revisions.

   Digging down into the data shows an even gloomier picture. Per capita GDP, the ultimate measure of both well-being and productivity for a nation, today remains lower in real terms than it was in 2007.

   In the second quarter of this year, average annual real output per person stood at $42,499 — still 3.3% below its peak of $43,956 in the fourth quarter of 2007.

   Looked at yet another way, the Commerce Department also estimates “potential” GDP — the size the economy would be with all resources used efficiently.

    In the second quarter of this year, real GDP stood at a real annual rate of $13.33 trillion. But our potential, the government says, is $14.25 trillion. So we’re missing $920 billion in GDP, and Obama’s first term isn’t over.

     Call this lost potential the Obamanomics tax.

That pretty much explains why unemployment remains stuck at more than 9%, with an estimated 27 million Americans unable to find full-time employment.

   Our growth is insufficient. At best, we are in a growth recession — an economy whose slow expansion can’t create enough jobs to hire everyone who wants one.

   As U.S. Chamber of Commerce economist Martin Regalia warned Friday, Obama’s increased regulation and uncertainty for small businesses “have made it extremely difficult for the economy to grow and create jobs.”

   Tough to disagree with that. Yet under Obamanomics, these aren’t bugs in the system — they’re features. Businesses have $2 trillion in cash to invest, but are so frightened and intimidated by the Democrats’ bullying, threats and demonization of wealth they’re sitting on it.

    As President Obama entered office in early 2009, his top economic advisers promised stimulus would deliver fast growth. Unemployment, they said, would top out at 8% — and 3.5 million new jobs would be created.

    After spending $830 billion on stimulus, $700 billion on TARP, with unknown trillions more to be spent on ObamaCare and welfare, the nation’s not better off.

   The Keynesian stimulus put in place by the Democrats two years ago has been an economic disaster. Sadly, these latest data prove it. Our budget deficit is bad enough. But our growth deficit is devastating.

Banned
sirjohn
Mensajes: 137,146
Registrado: ‎12-15-2005

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

OBAMA AVANZA HACIA SU META DE DESTRUIR LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS

 

Photobucket

ANSWER: HE PLANNED IT!

 



 

INDICES ECONOMICOS BAJO EL REGIMEN MARXISTA DE BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA APORTADOS POR DOBLERIESGO

 

 





Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

OBAMA'S 50TH BIRTHDAY PARTY, $35,800 PER COUPLE

 

So much for the Marxist struggle against the bourgeois class.

Weasel Zippers ^ | July 14, 2011

 

(Chicago Sun-Times) — President Obama returns to Chicago on Aug. 3 to mark his 50th birthday with fund-raisers at the Aragon Ballroom, with tickets ranging from $50 a person to $35,800per couple, which includes VIP seating at a “Birthday Concert” where celebs will be performing and a dinner with the president.

The fundraiser at the Aragon, the historic ballroom in Uptown, will be one of the biggest third quarter events, expected to draw in national supporters. Obama’s 50th birthday is Aug. 4.

The Obama team on Wednesday reported collecting more than $86 million in second quarter fund-raising over $47 million directly for the Obama 2012 campaign and more than $38 million for the Democratic National Committee. . . .

Obama’s birthday bash at the Aragon was first reported by the Chicago Sun-Times Stella Foster.

The event is multi-tiered: There is a concert at 4 p.m. — Foster said songstress Jennifer Hudson may perform — for the basic $50 contribution, of which there is supposed to be “limited availability.”

For $10,000, a person gets a souvenir photo with Obama at a reception and preferred seating at the concert. For $1,000 a person gets seated in a “premium section” with a “hosted bar.” A general admission ticket is $200.

 

SACRIFICIOS PARA EL PUEBLO, PARA LA NUEVA CLASE, FAUSTO Y DIVERSION... QUE SIGA LA FIESTA!!!!

Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

Is Obama or Mexico Worse on Unemployment?
By Kevin McCullough
7/31/2011
This week the Mexican Consulate to Sacramento California proclaimed, “We have become a middle class country!”

Oh if only President Obama could say the same.

     See, for Mexico to bootstrap its way to middle class status, lots of things had to change from only a few years ago. Finance markets had to open up. People needed to access education, and ultimately people needed to be able to work.

      And work they are south of the border.

Sporting a brand new unemployment rate of just under 5%, the current Mexican economy is humming, people are buying homes and people are working. In fact, the small business community of Mexico is creating jobs and a need for workers so fast that from only California nearly 300,000 illegals have repatriated themselves to Mexico, just to do those jobs “that Americans never would.”

      Another soaring economic factor for Mexico is that the most lucrative jobs are in the construction business. Homes, production facilities, and factories are all working to spur on the next generation of Mexican entrepreneurial success.

     Put that side by side with American construction trends since President Obama came to office and the contrast is stunning.

Do you realize that America has the worst economy on our continent?

George W. Bush appears on a billboard sign in Minnesota

     White House officials will get unbelievably angry when this is pointed out, but 5% unemployment was what this nation enjoyed under President Bush. So what did President Bush know, and what do Mexico and Canada now know that President Obama doesn’t know?

     Most likely it’s got something to do with the idea that small businesses are the engine to a growing economy. And while Mexico is building things and growing things, inner city Obama voters are sitting on their tukas (or in the collective “tukai”) groaning about how much the government “ain’t doin’ for me!”

     Stimulating failed businesses, insisting on “fixing” health care with entitlement “benefits” that no one likes, and talking up green energy while ignoring the plethora of energy resources we have at the reach of our fingers roughly sums up the Obama term. The plan of action so misguided that even now he’s taken aback that he must yet try to solve the problem of adding on to the nation’s credit card.

Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

part 2

   All the while he obfuscates and instructs his budget director to do the same, so that he may scare social security recipients of the benefits they paid into. (You do know don’t you that the tax intake from July 2011 will be in excess of $200,000,000,000 and it would only take $20,000,000,000 to meet the social security needs?)

     I know that in the midst of all the arguments about how the government can’t even consider not sending out it’s 80,000,000 checks this next week its hard to grasp pictures of two nations most Americans normally see as inferior—actually doing better than us—but reality dictates a closer look be had.

     Canada was in almost an identical economic free fall in 2009. We “stimulated” our economy by propping up companies making horrible products and falsely thinking we solved the problem. Obama promised 8% unemployment—worst case—if we passed the stimulus. Canada chose not to, and the rate at which their nation has rebounded has outpaced America on all levels.

    Meanwhile to our south, Mexico is seeing the greatest economic middle class expansion in it’s history, and their unemployment levels are roughly HALF what ours in America are.

     Still think President Obama is improving our image on the international stage?

    Mexico has been an infinitely more disorganized, poorly led, poorly secured, and poorly resourced nation for most of its existence in modern times. I mean the words of the Consulate to Sacramento say it all—they’re throwing parties that they’ve become a “middle class nation.”

   Meanwhile America is on exactly the opposite trend.

How long does this last? About as long as President Obama is left in office, I’m guessing.

    One final thought, America’s solution might just be one of Mexico’s neighbors. Governor Perry in Texas has created half of all the new jobs in the entire nation in the past three years, should he ever decide to take a stab at it, (being President) his proximity to Mexico might just end up being... an asset.

    Of course by then President Obama will be sitting in his urban living room collecting his unemployment checks like most of the rest of the people his policies have so miserably failed. The ones he’s failed most being just blocks away from his Chicago address.

 

WHAT -ME?

 


OBAMA'S REAL UNEMPLOYMENT 17.9% AND GOING UP, UP, UP!!!!

    Just imagine the campaign spots, (Music fade, minor key dramatic)(Big throaty announcer:smileyhappy: “Who would’ve ever guessed that Mex-i-co would surpass the United States in job creation, just two and half years into his administration? No... He... Can’t! Vote for anyone other than Obama in 2012, and take back your con-ti-nent!” (Music swell.)

 

Kevin McCullough is the nationally syndicated host of “The Kevin McCullough Show” weekdays (7-9am EST) & “Baldwin/McCullough Radio” Saturdays (9-11pm EST) on 289 stations. His newest best-selling hardcover from Thomas Nelson Publishers, “No He Can’t: How Barack Obama is Dismantling Hope and Change” is in stores now.

Zafiro
siboneyes
Mensajes: 90,641
Registrado: ‎06-03-2009

Re: COMO OBAMA Y SUS SECUACES ESTAN DESMANTELANDO U.S.

GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt, The Head Of Obama’s Jobs Council, Is Moving Jobs To China At Blistering Pace
| 07/31/2011 | Michael Snyder

 

Jeffrey Immelt, the head of Barack Obama's highly touted "Jobs Council", is moving even more GE infrastructure to China. GE makes more medical-imaging machines than anyone else in the world, and now GE has announced that it "is moving the headquarters of ots 115-year-old X-ray business to Beijing." 

    Apparently, this is all part of a "plan to invest about $2 billion across China" over the next few years. But moving core pieces of its business overseas is nothing new for GE. Under Immelt, GE has shipped tens of thousands of good jobs out of the United States. Perhaps GE should change its slogan to "Imagination At Work (In China)". If the very people that have been entrusted with solving the unemployment crisis are shipping jobs out of the country, what hope is there that things are going to turn around any time soon?

     Earlier this month, Immelt made the following statements to a jobs summit at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce....

"There's no excuse today for lack of leadership. The truth is we all need to be part of the solution." (sarcasm)

Apparently Immelt's idea of being part of the solution is to ship as many jobs overseas as he possibly can.

    A recent article on the Huffington Post  documented how GE has been sending tens of thousands of good jobs out of the country....

As the administration struggles to prod businesses to create jobs at home, GE has been busy sending them abroad. Since Immelt took over in 2001, GE has shed 34,000 jobs in the U.S., according to its most recent annual filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission. But it's added 25,000 jobs overseas.  At the end of 2009, GE employed 36,000 more people abroad than it did in the U.S. In 2000, it was nearly the opposite.

    GE is supposed to be creating the "jobs of tomorrow", but it seems that most of the "jobs of tomorrow" will not be located inside the United States.

    The last GE factory in the U.S. that made light bulbs closed last September. The transition to the new CFL light bulbs was supposed to create a whole bunch of those "green jobs" that Barack Obama keeps talking about, but as Washington Post noted, that simply is not happening...

Rather than setting off a boom in the U.S. manufacture of replacement lights, the leading replacement lights are compact fluorescents, or CFLs, which are made almost entirely overseas, mostly in China.

   But GE is far from alone in shipping jobs and economic infrastructure out of the United States. For example, big automakers such as Ford are being very aggressive in China. Ford is currently "building three factories in Chongqing as part of $1.6 billion investment that also includes another plant in Nanchang".