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  1. Triumph

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    Mod CommenT: members should provide something to discuss other than a link or a one line comment. This is an overall requirement of the PatsFans. com forums.

    From the OP link:

     
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    This has already been posted, and will ask the same question now as I did then.. does the silence of the other 15,000 economists denote that they disagree with Romney and agree with Obama???
     
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    Anyone have a list of "Economists for Obama"?

    I'd sure like to see which economist support his plans....
     
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    Whats Obamas plan? Does he even have a plan after 4 years besides wanting more stimulus?

    I hear him talking about building roads and bridges again. He should get in the construction business.
     
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    Did any of those 650 economist back Obamas economic strategry in 2008?

    Because if they did, were screwed.
     
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    It's a hell of a lot more substantial than anything Romney or the GOP have crapped out.
     
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    What?

    4 more years on this BS? Obama is going down hard.
     
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    Yes, shovel ready jobs that are not shovel ready and no budget is better than anything!!
     
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    You did not answer the question, do the silent 15,000 economists agree with Obama or Romney???

    2.5% agree with Romney, which does not say a lot about anything.
     
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    what 15,000 economists?

    can you provide a link or is this just more blather
     
  12. DarrylS

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    Google it, by the time you respond with another ah comment you could have found the information you needed.. perhaps you have become lazy.
     
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    The economist is a right leaning mag, i know i've been a subscriber for years. So its not surprising, but as a regular reader they've supported many of Obamas moves.
     

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