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Published: Friday, March 15 2013 2:20 a.m. MDT

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Chris B
Salt Lake City, UT

The solution to fixing our debt problems is to spend more money. I know that because barack keeps telling us.

Never mind he told us he'd cut the deficit in half during his first term. He did increase spending, and the deficit increased, but surely those are coincidental.

I'm sure if we follow barack and spend more money, that our money problems will be solved.

Mcallen, TX

@Chris B--show some respect. barack starts with a capital B.


Chris B,

If it is possible for you to be honest, please tell us what your net worth was five years ago, when the previous administration ran the economy off the rails, versus what it is today. Mine has more than doubled, and I thank the president, in part, for his competent, solid, leadership back from the pre

Sugar City, ID

@ cpafred. If you add to your net worth your share of the national debt, how much better are you doing than you were five years ago?

Hayden, ID

According to the Wall Street Journal, the net worth of the average American has decreased by about 40% since Obama took office.

Colorado Springs, CO

Mountanman: Is that quoting from right now, 2013, or back in 2010? You know the answer to that question!

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