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Reader comment on: Obama Attempts To Delay Iranian Sanctions Bill

Submitted by GOLDIE (United States), Oct 15, 2009 10:53

THIS IS HIS WAY OF DESTROYING ANYTHING AND EVERYTHING USA WANTS TO HELP THE WORLD, OBAMA DOES NOT WANT TO HELP ANYBODY BUT HIMSELF. HE IS ONLY IT THIS POSITION SO HE CAN SPEND MORE AND MORE OF USA MONEY, WE ARE BROKE NOW AND HE KEEPS ON WITH HIS CLIMATE CAP AND TRADE, OUR CHILDREN WILL HAVE A LIFETIME OF DEFICIT, THIS HEALTHCARE IS A HORRIFIC BILL FOR ANYBODY WITH COMMON SENSE, WHICH IN MY HUMBLE OPINION, MOST OF CONGRESS DOES NOT HAVE, THE MAIN EFFORT SHOULD BE ON JOBS, JOBS, JOBS, WITHOUT THESE PEOPLE WORKING, THE TAXES ARE NOT COMING IN, SO MORE SHORTFALL OF MONEY, HAVE A BRAIN!!!!!!!!!!!


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