• David White
    Some are saying Federal government spending was responsible for the good core Durable Goods and the higher than expected Q3 GDPM.
    10/26/12
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    • David White: If Federal agencies were doing their spending on Obama's urging, this is just another case of his profligate spending.
      10/26/12
    • BK0324: you should change your name to blah blah blah ... (no disrespect to blahblah... ) http://bit.ly/WQFNfT
      10/27/12
    • BK0324: http://bit.ly/Q9GDgv
      10/27/12
    • David White: I looked at your ad. It is bunk. Did Obama create the entire Federal budget himself? Obviously not. However, he has not acted to cut it.
      10/27/12
    • David White: Plus after 4 years his two major contributions were ObamaCare and FinReg. Obamacare has been called more expensive than the old system by
      10/27/12
    • David White: the CBO, which is usually conservative. This system essentially creates more bureaucracy and more expense. It also decreases people's
      10/27/12
    • David White: person freedoms. Obama did not even try to address medical malpractice. You cannot control medical costs without first controlling medical
      10/27/12
    • David White: malpractice costs. Some of us are old enough to remember that medical costs started to skyrocket when medical malpractice cases started to
      10/27/12
    • David White: proliferate. The quality of medical care at that time did not suddenly get seriously worse. The increased medical malpractice suits did
      10/27/12
    • David White: nothing to improve the quality of medicine. They just made a few people and a lot of lawyers richer. The US was better off without so many
      10/27/12
    • David White: of them. Texas has reformed malpractice to good effect. It has not hurt their quality of care. It has cut down medical care costs.
      10/27/12
    • David White: FinReg is out of control banker bashing. It creates a huge number of new rules that have the overall effect of making banking a slower, more
      10/27/12
    • David White: expensive, and less profitable business. In many cases fees that the banks used to charge have been removed due to the law. However, the
      10/27/12
    • David White: banks have simply replaced them with different new charges. Plus the customers get to pay for all the new red tape. The banks are less
      10/27/12
    • David White: profitable than they should be. They are then more at risk instead of less at risk. Smaller banks have a hard time dealing with all of the
      10/27/12
    • David White: new regulations. They cannot afford a battery of lawyers to tell them what to do about each item. Effectively FinReg is erecting a barrier
      10/27/12
    • David White: entry for small banks. There has been a lot of rhetoric about getting rid of the "too big to fail" banks, which Obama has tabbed as evil.
      10/27/12
    • David White: However, his legislation has had the opposite effect. It has instead made the business more cumbersome and less profitable. It has resulted
      10/27/12
    • David White: in banking jobs being moved offshore. Didn't Obama promise to stop the offshore trend instead of add to it? It would seem that a few laws
      10/27/12
    • David White: governing real estate sales, etc. would have addressed the main problem. Yet FinReg will likely be 5000+ pages when all done. How is this
      10/27/12
    • David White: good? Obama's henchman Frank claimed FinReg would have no extra Federal costs. WRONG! Think about it. How can all of these new regulatory
      10/27/12
    • David White: bodies cost no money? He has created more bureaucracy instead of less. Too much of what he says are lies and pure hypocrisy. Meanwhile
      10/27/12
    • David White: the average citizen has to pay for his miscues, and they are huge economic miscues. I don't agree with everything Romney says, but he is
      10/27/12
    • David White: far more savvy when it comes to business and the economy.The odds are he will leave the US in much better shape than Obama will if Obama
      10/27/12
    • David White: gets another 3 years. Obama has run a Federal deficit of $1T+ each year for 4 years. That record speaks for itself. Some of it was necessary
      10/27/12
    • David White: but a lot of money was wasted on short term fixes that have added little or nothing to the longer term prospects of the US economy.
      10/27/12
    • David White: FinReg has had a crippling effect on one of the US' leading industries -- banking. Converting a leading industry into a failure is not
      10/27/12
    • David White: the kind of progress citizens of the US should desire. I am tired of him using rhetoric to rabble rouse to negative real effect on the
      10/27/12
    • David White: US economy.
      10/27/12
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