Thread: Elections Clinton: Wow
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Old 09-06-2012, 09:38 AM   #34
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I love how the media lets Dems get away with their view of history, while Republicans are liars.

Clinton slammed Republicans for increasing spending caused by two wars (hey lets forget we got attacked) and tax relief that Obama and the Democrats could have done away with in year one of his presidency. Then he slams them for creating a new entitlement program, the Medicare drug benefit.

Meanwhile, Obama pulls us out of Iraq, draws down troops, and adds a whopping $5 TRILLION to the debt in less than 4 years. Oh, and his new entitlement which will be larger than medicare and social security combined has not even been factored into the $16 trillion in debt we currently has.

Clinton is a great speaker, but his argument was based on partisan politics, not policy.
Exactly.

No matter how eloquent a speech someone gives, the Democrats still have to sell voters on the same bill of goods they were selling in 2008, which hasn't moved the needle on anything. Their platform is "more of the same".

After the vapid hopey changey stuff of this week, that's what voters will be deciding - who they trust more on the economy: the successful businessman or the smile.
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