Republicans in Congress must vote "no" on everything the idiot we elected president wants to do to keep him from ruining the country.
We've gone overboard with the higher-education industry. With many must-have degrees, four years on the job would teach a person a lot more than four years in a classroom listening to somebody who never actually worked in that field.
In five years, Obama has divided this country to the brink of civil war. Now he has us a phone call away from World War III. We told you during his first campaign he was too inexperienced to be president. Heaven help us.
I wish the person who keeps posting that we knew about the 9/11 attacks long before they happened would tell us their sources for this information. Yes, we knew there was a threat, but there was no information of when, where or how the attack would happen. How do you defend against that?
I see where Mitt Romney's famous "47 percent" of American voters not paying income tax dropped to 43 percent. Now if we could just lower the number of big corporations not paying any income tax we could really improve the debt situation.
After reading the usual blather of venters' comments about how they love guns, want to impeach Obama, and wish they were on welfare, I realized that recent studies are correct: These people just aren't very bright.
Raise the minimum wage for unskilled work? The workers who worked hard to get out of that category will want a higher wage. Then the next level of wage earners will need a raise. Eventually we will be right back to where we are today. Higher cost of living and minimum wage isn't enough.
The same people who think raising minimum wage won't raise prices for goods and services are the same people who think Obamacare can be run without raising taxes.