dannysixpack said, less than a minute ago
Ms. Ima said, about 3 hours ago
“How’s that hope and change going for ya?”
it’s going great, thanks for asking.business is coming in, in waves of pent up demand in spite of the republican obstruction trying to destroy the economy. As a nation we are out of one misguided, expensive war and closing down another. And although mccaine and other republicans are insisting we get involved in a quagmire in Syria, I don’t see Obama falling for that same old BS.
my company is hiring, instead of losing 700,000 jobs a month under the bush administration, employment is actually on an uptrend, interest rates are incredibly low, my house value is many times higher than it was when I bought it 13 years ago – and i’m looking to cut thousands off my monthly mortgage by refinancing. In fact housing is roaring back throughout the country, and as you know, housing drives the economy. Corporate profits are great, the stock market continues to regularly set new record highs, taxes are about the lowest they’ve ever been.
even more importantly, civil rights are improving at a fast pace.
of course we still have serious problems in this country. Our children get mass murdered in their classrooms, classes of workers are getting attacked and we still offshore way too many jobs. Our government is polluted with money and influence from multi-national corporations that don’t need a place to ‘live’ and have no patriotism for the country. We have backwards states actually teaching creationism in the classrooms, and the government is illegally funding the catholic church to the tune of over 4.1 billion dollars per year. This gives the church undue influence on the government which allows it’s conspiratorial leaders to evade prosecution for their crimes of pedophilia.
but all in all things are much better than they would have been had the trend of the bush administration not been reversed.
things are improving slowly but surely. think how fast they could improve if the traitorous republicans would stand behind their president, like the democrats stood behind bush.