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Subject: Re: Why do you want a compromise? Date: 11/13/2012 9:52 AM
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Especially when his entire campaign was about attacking the other guy and not promoting his own ideas.

Bullcrap. Among "his own ideas" that were broadly covered during the campaign:

1. Raising rates in the top brackets.
2. Removing incentives for offshoring in the tax code.
3. All-of-the-above strategy for energy independence with a focus on developing renewables and reducing demand through enhanced efficiency.
4. Promoting math and science in school curriculum to create a better-educated domestic labor force.


Please try to pay attention next time. It's important to be an informed voter.
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