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Do you believe the country is on the right track or the wrong track?

Drue-AFCL 2012/07/16 18:17:22
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  • John Galt jr or Ron/jon 2013/11/24 05:07:12
    Wrong track
    John Galt jr or Ron/jon
  • kofp 2012/08/03 09:32:13
    Wrong track
    kofp
    +1
    He can get America back on the right track, his record proves he says what he means! Ron Paul 2012
  • Hopscotch 2012/07/19 03:11:46 (edited)
    Right track
    Hopscotch
    +1
    It'll take forty years to undue the damage ignorant Bush did to the economy for the corporations. As soon as the "Foot Dragging Republicans" are voted out, we can get more done for the recovery.



    damage ignorant bush economy corporations foot dragging republicans voted recovery
  • Not-A-RINO 2012/07/17 23:49:40
    Wrong track
    Not-A-RINO
    +1
    As I am writing my response, America is going the wrong way in a hurry. However, it is my hope that will change in November when thinking voters cast their ballots to get rid of Obama and his red minions in the Congress.
  • polkastria 2012/07/17 21:56:17
    Right track
    polkastria
    Actually.. we aren't on much of any track right now. If Congress could off their collective rear ends and do something that wasn't symbolic or plainly politically motivated, maybe we'd be moving forward but right now we're sitting stalled out at some point between two cities.. too far to walk to the next one and no one wants to go back to the other....

    I can only have hope that we can re-elect Obama and hopefully put in place a more progressive congress that will move us forward.
  • Russian 2012/07/17 21:26:24
  • John Hall 2012/07/17 19:22:52
    Right track
    John Hall
    +1
    on the wrong track and hopefully we can get it going 1 day.
  • 'Zedd 2012/07/17 19:15:34
  • Bibliophilic 2012/07/17 19:01:47 (edited)
    Right track
    Bibliophilic
    +1
    There is no evidence that we are on the wrong track. It will take a lot of work to correct Bush's mistakes, but it has already begun.

    obama achievements
  • Drue-AFCL Bibliop... 2012/07/17 19:04:21
  • Bob 2012/07/17 16:21:45
    Wrong track
    Bob
    +1
    BIG TIME. The rich are getting richer the middle class who pay most of the taxes are being pushed into poverty. Do we think the rich are going to pay their fair share in taxes? NOT!
  • Not-A-RINO Bob 2012/07/18 00:01:25
    Not-A-RINO
    +1
    You're close, but you missed the mark. Consider this...

    If you divide the economy into three parts, you have the welfare bums who do nothing but sponge off society with no desire of ever doing anything to lift themselves out of poverty;

    Next, you have the uber-wealthy Wall Street bankers and high rollers who bankrolled Obama's campaign and eventually collected hundreds of billions of dollars in bailouts and "stimulus" money;

    Now, which third of the economy is left to foot the bill the other two groups are collecting off of? That's right - the middle class.

    You can count on those groups collecting to support Obama in the next election blindly. Life has been good for them. As the saying goes, "If you rob Peter to pay Paul, you can always count on Paul's support." It is for this reason I find it incredible that anyone who has to go to work every day to feed his family would even think of voting for Obama and his motley Marxists.
  • Marianne 2012/07/17 16:03:48
    Right track
    Marianne
    Although there are many contradictions, half truths, exaggerated critisism and too much confusing information, there is a trend toward more sustainability. The "green wave" had great difficulties for starting, and economy is slow to recover, as too many SME's were closed down or bought up before the very crisis. The globalisation was controlled from the beginning on by big companies or corporations and caused more damage than economic growth, while fair trade organisations which would allow the weaker countries to build up their own economy was limited to a few spots. Too much profit orientation would worsen the situation. Salary dumping, exacting work conditions, outsourcing and precarity would demotivate the shrinking numbers of increasingly sickened employees.
    More transparency in the governmental and economic strategies would be useful, and that applies to all the world.
  • LibertyCaroline 2012/07/17 16:03:11
    Wrong track
    LibertyCaroline
    +3
    The Patriot Act and the NDAA
  • 'Zedd Liberty... 2012/07/17 19:15:50
  • Diane Spraggs Yates 2012/07/17 15:13:52
    Wrong track
    Diane Spraggs Yates
    +1
    Obama lies no respect for citizens or America--- the wrong track!! …the GDP plunged to 1.9&.
    …wages just fell for only the fifth time in 33 years----Evergreen Energy received $5.3 million in “stimulus” funds and subsequently went bankrupt.Car battery manufacturer Ener1 Electric received a $118.5 million grant and filed for bankruptcy three years later.

    President Obama stated that the business that private equity firms do was just fine, only what Mitt Romney did at Bain Capital was wrong.
    Barack Obama and his campaign have been making Mitt Romney’s time at Bain Capital one of their premiere mantras that have over and over backfired in their faces. They decided to attack the fact that Bain outsourced jobs during the restructuring of the companies they acquired. So what does Obama have to do with it? During the time he points to, 1999-2002, the executives of Bain donated to Obama for his campaign. No doubt at that time Barack Obama was not at all upset about jobs being outsourced as he got some big, fat checks from the executives
  • Adam 2012/07/17 15:13:26
    Right track
    Adam
    +1
    We have been on the generally right track for a while, probably since the beginning. Sometimes that train is slow and ponderous and agonizingly inefficient. Sometimes we hold on to outdated ideology across many decades and end up with a recession. And we can certainly point to any time in history and be outraged at injustices. But in the long haul, when we fix something, it stays fixed more often then half the time, and when we break something, were more likely fix it again.Take the long view, and human society does nothing except get better.
  • william keegan 2012/07/17 14:25:46
    Wrong track
    william keegan
    +2
    As long as the liberal/progressives are in charge we are most assuredly on the wrong track!
  • Cold Warrior 2012/07/17 14:05:48
    Wrong track
    Cold Warrior
  • whitewulf--the unruly mobster 2012/07/17 13:34:45
  • Peggy 2012/07/17 12:46:43
    Wrong track
    Peggy
    +4
    I guess it depends where you want the track to go. If you want socialism and communism we are heading there rapidly. I prefer we go back, and yes I said back because we already have embraced too many socialistic values, to being the republic that our forefathers fought to establish. Remember, "WE THE PEOPLE" NOT EXECUTIVE ORDER AND MARTIAL LAW!!!
  • santa6642 2012/07/17 12:16:12
    Wrong track
    santa6642
    +4
    Every time a dumocrat is in office,it is the wrong track.
  • Tuna 2012/07/17 12:14:24
    Wrong track
    Tuna
  • 'Zedd Tuna 2012/07/17 19:16:44
  • umapathy Krishnamurthy 2012/07/17 10:22:33
    Wrong track
    umapathy Krishnamurthy
    +1
    Whom so ever come it is on wrong track
  • D D 2012/07/17 09:21:02
    Wrong track
    D D
    +5
    Very wrong track. America is not suppose to be socialist/communist.
  • Diane S... D D 2012/07/17 15:16:38
    Diane Spraggs Yates
    +1
    Today Canada net worth surpassed USA !!! Falling behind each day under Obama !!!!
  • D D Diane S... 2012/07/18 06:23:51
    D D
    +1
    What can I say? Obama sucks. We should have let capitalism work it out naturally. No matter how big your corporation or company, if you make bad decisions, you can go under. Natural consequences.
  • Diane S... D D 2012/07/18 12:01:38
    Diane Spraggs Yates
    +1
    exactly government does not pick winners and losers in a free society !!!!!
  • D D Diane S... 2012/07/19 07:07:41
    D D
    +1
    None should get bailouts when they fail.
  • Diane S... D D 2012/07/19 13:35:13
    Diane Spraggs Yates
    +1
    I totally agree
  • TheTruth1313 2012/07/17 07:16:25
    Wrong track
    TheTruth1313
    +6
    The way back towards the correct path starts with getting the lying socialist traitor Obama out of office and repealing the socialist ovomit care tax.
  • ronbo 2012/07/17 06:08:01
    Wrong track
    ronbo
    +4
    Wrong track? More like skidding off the rails.
  • Krystle 2012/07/17 06:03:54
    Right track
    Krystle
    Right track as long as we keep Undecided doesn't know where he stands Mitt Romney out of office.
  • Dave 2012/07/17 05:59:35
    Right track
    Dave
    If you believe in capitalism. Capitalism is a system based on greed and I think it's going along magically.
  • paul Dave 2012/07/17 08:04:52
    paul
    +3
    So let the Idiots in Washington tell you how to live your life.
  • Dave paul 2012/07/23 06:50:27
    Dave
    Wrong - we live in a capitalist system where the uber-wealthy tell us what to do with our lives.
  • paul Dave 2012/07/23 09:09:42
    paul
    Give me a break, try and prove that one
  • Dave paul 2012/07/25 06:08:50
    Dave
    Paul - Come on! Quit being stupid. You know it's true. You probably believe the wealthy are the job-creators right? How's that workin' out?
  • paul Dave 2012/07/25 21:38:25
    paul
    Yeah, Google doesn't employ anyone? UPS. FED X? Microsoft? Right now I’m working for a sub contractor for the port authority. The Job is riddled with bureaucracy and Government arrogance.
    I like my FREEDOM which is diminishing every day.

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