November 5, 2012

Barack Obama and America's Decline

David Goldman, Asia Times

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America is in an incipient decline that this week's presidential election might be the last chance to reverse. If returned to a second term in the White House, Barack Obama will bring more dependency, more entitlement spending, more federal debt, and more dependency on foreign lenders. Only if they act now, can voters help America fix the damage already done.

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