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Published: Saturday, March 16 2013 9:10 a.m. MDT

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Swiss
Price, Utah

Maybe they should have met in Geneva;)

JSB
Sugar City, ID

As a senator, Obama condemned President Bush for the national debt. I agreed with him. But, apparently what Obama said as a senator were just political words because when the Republicans want to go along with what Obama said a decade ago, they get condemned. Will the real Barack Obama please show some leadership and quit flip-flopping and blaming everyone but where the real blame belongs. I'm so glad I don't have it on my conscience that I voted for him.

not here
COLORADO SPRINGS, CO

RE: JSB:

Sir, Do you think that things might have chanced in the last decade? And do you still stand by every thing that you might have said a decade ago? Or are flip floping here and now? And i am glad that you are guilt free about not voteing for him. And i am glad the other one never got in too because we would be i a lot worse shape than we are now. Because that man had flip floping down to a science.

Tom in CA
Vallejo, CA

Scoundrel -

Are you and the rest of your liberal friends ready for the consequences of $20 Trillion in debt when interest rates start to spiral to 10 or 15%? Oh, wait, we didn't stop to think about that, did we.

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