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Should the stores be open on Thanksgiving?

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rajiihammr

Nov-29-13 11:18 PM

Hey Landslide, you've got half a brain, do the math.

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landslide2014

Nov-29-13 10:34 PM

Then along comes markwith the highwater britches.. telling yet another "f.I.B"

To put that into perspective, when President George W. Bush took office, our national debt was $5.768 trillion. By the time Bush left office, it had nearly doubled, to $10.626 trillion. So Bush's record on deficit spending was not good at all: During his presidency, the national debt rose by an average of $607 billion a year. How does that compare to Obama? During Obama's presidency to date, the national debt has risen by an average of $1.723 trillion a year — or by a jaw-dropping $1.116 trillion more, per year, than it rose even under Bush.

I feel sorry for the sick minded liberals.. Its no wonder we are in debt.. there ain't one of them there college smarted folks that can do good old fashioned artimetic..

You guys can lie and lie and lie but none of your BS will change the numbers.. Numbers are facts.. Obama is dumb.. Obama is a liar and anyone that falls for his lies is doomed to be ignora

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MarkHighwater

Nov-29-13 8:17 PM

Bush/Cheney entered with a SURPLUS and left US with a 10 trillion DEFICIT...they also left US with 10 million fewer jobs....it would take a ton of joy juice to forget about that fiasco between 2000-2008.

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landslide2014

Nov-29-13 7:23 PM

And then like a good lib he blames it on the turkey..

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landslide2014

Nov-29-13 7:22 PM

No leftwing have not had a drink in over 35 years.. Sorry to disappoint..

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landslide2014

Nov-29-13 3:35 PM

ya Mark you too had to much joy juice.. Bush spent pennies compared to the money Obama is Giving away at the rate of about 2 trillion a year.

The Iraq war is over and yet Obama continues to spend at an alarming rate of a TRILLION dollars every 6 months..

The guy belongs in the looney bin..

3 more years 6 TRILLION moreis predicted and anyone with half a brain can do the math and see what his rate of spending his..

With no plans to curb anything..

Hows thats Obama acre at the dinner table working out for you libs? Did you get people to jump on and sign right up..

The subject came up at my house and then everyone agreed Obama can put it up high where the sun don't shine..

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locomotive

Nov-29-13 3:12 PM

Good post, 73Hockey.

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73Hockey

Nov-29-13 2:24 PM

Where was the "Don't Care" option. It is up to the owner of the business, plain and simple. If your religious or family values prohibit you from shopping on these days, than so be it. Owner's rights just like having the option to own a smoking bar. Get out of the owner's business. If we truly want to end Thanksgiving Day shopping, boycott it, don't go and then the owner's will see it is not worth the money to be open.

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takkak

Nov-29-13 11:56 AM

Leftwing, why attack a friend. Makes as much sense as a dollar.

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takkak

Nov-29-13 2:50 AM

Just went to Walmart...got some great deals and didn't have to deal with the 6pm madness...they still had what I wanted...

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MarkHighwater

Nov-29-13 1:52 AM

Bush told us to go shopping after 9/11 to show our patriotism if I recall...and then him and Dick went on a 10 trillion dollar spending spree of their own.

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The1RugbyReader

Nov-29-13 1:27 AM

The bigger question is: Should people want to shop on Thanksgiving?

Why are allowing ourselves to be subject to advertising? Think for yourselves, people!

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