https://radioviceonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/rvo-logo-4-300x100.jpg 0 0 Jim Vicevich https://radioviceonline.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/02/rvo-logo-4-300x100.jpg Jim Vicevich2009-03-23 12:48:232009-03-24 15:53:22Judd Gregg on Punitive Taxes and National Bankruptcy
Judd Gregg on Punitive Taxes and National Bankruptcy
From CNN’s Sunday show with John King. It’s NH Senator Judd Gregg. Snow asks Gregg to respond to the AIG special bonus tax passed overwhelmingly by the Democrat Congress. A slippery slope.
The second video addresses Gregg’s feelings on the Obama, almost $2 trillion budget. Bankrupt.
Think Obama’s glad he chose him for Commerce Secretary?
The sky will fall sometime in the future: everybody has a guess educated or not.
You are right, Davis. The sky will fall sometime in the future. Rather than guess (educated or not), as to when it will fall, wouldn't it make sense to look at the facts? Personally, I'd rather the sky fall later rather than sooner.
SOS: it is hard to look at the facts when you have a "master plan" for America, when giant egos are in the mix. Obambi can break a promise with the ease a frat boy passes gas, but actually taking advice from experts, say Warren Buffet, his earlier supporter, just isn't in the cards. Afterall, he is the "one," isn't he? (holding down my bile now)
Obambi's problem: he believes his own BS and the BS the media has manufactured for him.
oh…it's coming… God Save The USA!
There is no doubt the cost to future generations will be beyond all recognition. Anyone who doesn't see that is …. well …. just plain looking out for themselves and no one else.
If I recall, the CEO of one of the Federal Reserve banks in Texas stated that we already have $$ 88 TRILLION dollars in unfunded liabilities. The sky HAS fallen. Brought down by a 40-50 year bipartisan spending binge. They don't realize they have a problem because it is standard operating procedure. Mr. Gregg is should be saying that any spending now is insult on a fatal injusry.
Get the drunks out from behind the bar.
The people who did not "see" in 2007 the collapse of 2008, such Greenspan, Buffet, Gregg, Geitner, Frank, Dodd, Vicevich, Limbaugh, the Wall Street financial geniuses and countless real and armchair economists are all predicting the end of the world, as we know it, 5 to 10 years ahead. You think they are credible? I don't, even going past one year is a stretch. How do we really know what China, India, Japan……. will do?