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Posted: 3/8/2012 3:36:12 PM
  1. Extended child tax credits and marriage-penalty fixes
  2. Created an Advanced Manufacturing Fund to invest in peer-reviewed manufacturing processes
  3. Required economic justification for tax changes
  4. Implemented “Women Owned Business” contracting program
  5. Changed standards for determining broadband access
  6. Established a credit card bill of rights
  7. Expanded loan programs for small businesses
  8. Extended the Bush tax cuts for lower incomes
  9. Extended the 2007 Alternative MinimumTax patch
  10. Closed the “doughnut hole” in Medicare prescription drug plan
  11. Expanded the Senior Corps volunteer program
  12. Required insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions
  13. Gave tax credits to those who need help to pay health premiums
  14. Required large employers to contribute to a national health plan
  15. Required children to have health insurance coverage
  16. Expanded eligibility for Medicaid
  17. Expanded eligibility for State Children’s Health Insurance Fund (SCHIP)
  18. Required health plans to disclose how much of the premium goes to patient care
  19. Established an independent health institute to provide accurate and objective information
  20. In non-competitive markets, forced insurers to pay out a reasonable share of their premiums for patient care
  21. Eliminated the higher subsidies to Medicare Advantage plans
  22. Expanded funding to train primary care providers and public health practitioners
  23. Increased funding to expand community based prevention programs
  24. Reinstated executive order to hire an additional 100,000 federal employees with disabilities within five years.
  25. Increased the Veterans Administration budget to recruit and retain more mental health professionals
  26. Expanded the Veterans Administration’s number of “centers of excellence” in specialty care
  27. Appointed a special adviser to the president on violence against women
  28. Fully funded the Violence Against Women Act
  29. Directed military leaders to end war in Iraq
  30. Began removing combat brigades from Iraq
  31. Created a military families advisory board
  32. Ended the abuse of supplemental budgets for war
  33. Made U.S. military aid to Pakistan conditional on anti-terror efforts
  34. Opened “America Houses” in Islamic cities around the globe
  35. Allocated Homeland Security funding according to risk
  36. Created a real National Infrastructure Protection Plan
  37. Increased funding for local emergency planning
  38. Extended monitoring and verification provisions of the START I Treaty
  39. Appointed a White House Coordinator for Nuclear Security
  40. Initiated a grant and training program for law enforcement to deter cyber crime
  41. Improved relations with Turkey, and its relations with Iraqi Kurds
  42. Launched an international Add Value to Agriculture Initiative (AVTA)
  43. Created a rapid response fund for emerging democracies
  44. Granted Americans unrestricted rights to visit family and send money to Cuba
  45. Restored funding for the Byrne Justice Assistance Grant (Byrne/JAG) program
  46. Established an Energy Partnership for the Americas
  47. Expanded the Nurse-Family Partnership to all low-income, first-time mothers
  48. Required new hires to sign a form affirming their hiring was not due to political affiliation or contributions.
  49. Provided affordable, high-quality child care
  50. Recruited math and science degree graduates to the teaching profession
  51. Reduced subsidies to private student lenders and protect student borrowers
  52. Encouraged water-conservation efforts in the West
  53. Increased funding for national parks and forests
  54. Increased funding for the Land and Water Conservation Fund
  55. Encouraged farmers to use more renewable energy and be more energy efficient
  56. Expanded Pell grants for low-income students
  57. Pursued a wildfire management plan
  58. Removed more brush, small trees and vegetation that fuel wildfires
  59. Expanded access to places to hunt and fish
  60. Pushed for enactment of Matthew Shepard Act, which expands hate crime law to include sexual orientation and other factors
  61. Repealed “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” policy
  62. Restored funding to the EEOC and the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs
  63. Reformed mandatory minimum sentences
  64. Created a White House Office on Urban Policy
  65. Fully funded the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
  66. Established program to convert manufacturing centers into clean technology leaders
  67. Established ‘Promise Neighborhoods’ for areas of concentrated poverty
  68. Worked toward deploying a global climate change research and monitoring system
  69. Funded a major expansion of AmeriCorps
  70. Created a Social Investment Fund Network
  71. Bolstered the military’s ability to speak differentlanguages

 

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Posted: 3/8/2012 3:36:52 PM
  1. Appointed the nation’s first Chief Technology Officer
  2. Provided grants to early-career researchers
  3. Worked to overturn Ledbetter vs. Goodyear
  4. Created a national declassification center
  5. Appointed an American Indian policy adviser
  6. Created new financial regulations
  7. Increased funding for land-grant colleges
  8. Banned lobbyist gifts to executive employees
  9. Signed a “universal” health care bill
  10. Created new criminal penalties for mortgage fraud
  11. Required 10 percent renewable energy by 2012
  12. Released oil from Strategic Petroleum Reserve
  13. Raised fuel economy standards
  14. Invested in all types of alternative energy
  15. Enacted tax credit for consumers for plug-in hybrid cars
  16. Asked people and businesses to conserve electricity
  17. Required more energy-efficient appliances
  18. Created a ‘Green Vet Initiative’ to promote environmental jobs for veterans
  19. Created job training programs for clean technologies
  20. Required states to provide incentives for utilities to reduce energy consumption
  21. Supported high-speed rail
  22. Supported airline service in small towns
  23. Invested in public transportation
  24. Equalized tax breaks for driving and public transit
  25. Considered “smart growth” in transportation funding
  26. Shared environmental technology with other countries
  27. Doubled federal spending for research on clean fuels
  28. Provided grants to encourage energy-efficient building codes
  29. Increased funding for the Environmental Protection Agency
  30. Raised the small business investment expensing limit to $250,000 through the end of 2009
  31. Extended unemployment insurance benefits and
  32. temporarily suspend taxes on these benefits
  33. Supported network neutrality on the Internet
  34. Reversed restrictions on stem cell research
  35. Killed Osama bin Laden
  36. Doubled funding for the Manufacturing Extension Partnership, a program that encourages manufacturing efficiency
  37. Included environmental and labor standards in trade agreements
  38. Created an international tax haven watch list
  39. Made permanent the Research & Development tax credit
  40. Required automatic enrollment in 401(k) plans
  41. Required automatic enrollment in IRA plans
  42. Created a consumer-friendly credit card rating system
  43. Created a $60 billion bank to fund roads and bridges
  44. Required full disclosure of company pension investments to employees
  45. Provided easy-to-understand comparisons of the Medicare prescription drug plans
  46. Invested in electronic health information systems
  47. Phased in requirements for health information technology
  48. Required that health plans utilize disease management programs
  49. Required providers to report measures of health care costs and quality
  50. Held hospitals and health plans accountable for disparities in care
  51. Implemented and funded proven health intervention programs
  52. Prevented drug companies from blocking generic drugs
  53. Allowed Medicare to negotiate for cheaper drug prices
  54. Worked with schools to create more healthful environments for children
  55. Improved recruitment of public health workers
  56. Mandated insurance coverage of autism treatment
  57. Fully funded the Combating Autism Act and Federal Autism Research Initiatives
  58. Doubled federal funding for cancer research
  59. Increased participation in cancer-related clinical trials
  60. Fully funded the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA)
  61. Set a national goal to provide re-screening for all 2-year-olds for developmental disorders
  62. Commissioned a study on students with disabilities and their transition to jobs or higher education
  63. Set goals and timetables for implementing Section 503 of the Rehabilitation Act
  64. Created a best practices list for private businesses in accommodating workers with disabilities
  65. Launched educational initiative for employers on tax benefits of hiring employees with disabilities
  66. Reduced the threshhold for the Family and Medical Leave Act from companies with 50 employees to companies with 25 employees
  67. Provided a $1.5 billion fund to help states launch programs for paid family and medical leave
  68. Required employers to provide seven paid sick days per year
  69. Streamlined the Social Security disability approval process
  70. Expanded Veterans Centers in rural areas
  71. Established standards of care for traumatic brain injury treatment
  72. Made the Veterans Administration a national leader in health reform
  73. Reduced the Veterans Benefits Administration claims backlog
  74. Instituted electronic record-keeping for the Veterans Benefits Administration
  75. Expanded housing vouchers program for homeless veterans
  76. Launched a supportive services-housing program for veterans to prevent homelessness
  77. Expanded the Family Medical Leave Act to include leave for domestic violence or sexual assault
  78. Fully funded debt cancellation for heavily indebted poor countries
  79. Created a fund for international small and medium enterprises (SME)
  80. Launched robust diplomatic effort with Iraq and its neighbors
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Posted: 3/8/2012 3:37:10 PM
  1. Provided $30 billion over 10 years to Israel
  2. Limited Guard and Reserve deployments to one year for every six years
  3. Ended the “Stop-Loss” program of forcing troops to stay in service beyond their expected commitments
  4. Fully and properly equipped troops
  5. Created a Civilian Assistance Corps that would organize private sector professionals to help in times of need
  6. Included humanitarian international missions in long-term budgeting
  7. Reviewed weapons programs
  8. Modernized ships and invested more in small vessels
  9. Set standards for when the government should hire defense contractors
  10. Restored the government’s ability to manage contracts by rebuilding our contract officer corps
  11. Created a system of incentives and penalties for defense contracts
  12. Establish a Global Education Fund
  13. Strengthened the Proliferation Security Initiative (PSI) aimed at stopping spread of weapons of mass destruction
  14. Organized successful Nonproliferation Treaty (NPT) Review Conference in 2010
  15. Expanded federal bioforensics program for tracking biological weapons
  16. Developed a comprehensive cyber security and response strategy
  17. Mandated standards for securing personal data
  18. Required companies to disclose personal information data breaches
  19. Worked to persuade the European Union to end credit guarantees to Iran
  20. Seek to negotiate a political agreement on Cyprus
  21. Restructured and streamlined USAID
  22. Increased the size of the foreign service
  23. Urged China to stop manipulation of its currency value
  24. Pressed China to end its support for regimes in Sudan, Burma, Iran and Zimbabwe
  25. Created a public “Contracts and Influence” database
  26. Required Cabinet officials to host Internet town hall meetings
  27. Conducted regulatory agency business in public
  28. Promoted more pre-school education
  29. Expanded Early Head Start and Head Start
  30. Reformed No Child Left Behind
  31. Doubled funding for Federal Charter School Program and require more accountability
  32. Addressed the dropout crisis by giving schools incentives for more dropout prevention
  33. Created Teacher Residency Programs that will send teachers to high-need schools
  34. Expanded teacher mentoring programs and provide incentives for more planning time
  35. Promoted innovative ways to reward good teachers
  36. Simplified the application process for financial aid
  37. Increased the number of high school students taking college-level courses
  38. Created incentives for tree planting and promote carbon sequestration
  39. Improved water quality
  40. Regulated pollution from major livestock operations
  41. Strengthened federal environmental justice programs
  42. Increased funding for organic and sustainable agriculture
  43. Partnered with landowners to conserve private lands
  44. Created a community college partnership program
  45. Increased funding for progams that conserve lands and habitat for select species such as the Osceola turkey
  46. Supported wetlands protection
  47. Promoted economic development in Mexico
  48. Supported repeal of the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA)
  49. Vigorously pursued hate crimes and civil rights abuses
  50. Signed the Deceptive Practices and Voter Intimidation Prevention Act into law
  51. Supported regional innovation clusters
  52. Helped low-income areas get phone and Internet service
  53. Created a Homeowner Obligation Made Explicit (HOME) score for mortgage comparisons
  54. Increased the supply of affordable housing throughout metropolitan regions
  55. Invested in transitional jobs and career pathway programs
  56. Fully funded the COPS program
  57. Improved emergency response plans
  58. Capped interest rates on payday loans and improve disclosure
  59. Expanded public/private partnerships between schools and arts organizations
  60. Improved climate change data records
  61. Supported improved weather prediction program
  62. Offered prizes for advances in consumer technology
  63. Encouraged contests and programs to interest students in science
  64. Increased research opportunities for college students
  65. Strengthened the levees in New Orleans
  66. Directed revenues from offshore oil and gas drilling to increased coastal hurricane protection
  67. Shook loose federal money for rebuilding the Gulf Coast
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Posted: 3/8/2012 3:37:59 PM

Numbering got fucked up because of covers cut and paste.

From Forbes LINK.

Have fun right wing nutjobs.

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Van -- I didn't know that you were an Obama fan? Or is it more that you are an anti-GOP guy
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Posted: 3/8/2012 4:05:32 PM
Looks like a portion of these were just cut/pasted from PolitiFact


Some of these are kinda silly too:

"Extended child tax credits and marriage-penalty fixes"

Extended implies he just continued a prior policy, not sure if brownie points are given for that considering how reviled Bush was by Obama on the campaign trail.
 
"Required economic justification for tax changes"

Not even sure what this means?

"Implemented “Women Owned Business” contracting program"

So he is OK with giving preference to businesses "owned" by women (how does he even determine that -- a CEO? the largest shareholder of a business? The "face" of a business?) even if they are not the most cost efficient or lowest bid received?

"Changed standards for determining broadband access"

How did he change these standards? It sounds from PolitiFact like he just put together a committee to study broadband.
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Posted: 3/8/2012 4:08:06 PM
1) America hating commie destined to destroy the country I love by wiping his behind with the constitution.  

I hope you lose your bets but realize you are on the right side percentage wise
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Posted: 3/8/2012 4:18:38 PM
On the flipside -- things that I give Obama a thumbs up for:

- Established a credit card bill of rights
- Increased the Veterans Administration budget to recruit and retain more mental health professionals
- Created new criminal penalties for mortgage fraud
- Killed Osama Bin Laden


And some of the things that he did that I think are mistakes:

- Required insurance companies to cover pre-existing conditions
- Reinstated executive order to hire an additional 100,000 federal employees with disabilities within five years.
- Pushed for enactment of Matthew Shepard Act, which expands hate crime law to include sexual orientation and other factors
- Released oil from Strategic Petroleum Reserve
- Streamlined the Social Security disability approval process


And some of the laughable things on that list:

- Required new hires to sign a form affirming their hiring was not due to political affiliation or contributions.  (Oh, well if they SAY so...)
- Establish a Global Education Fund (how bout we worry about Americans first?)
- Mandated standards for securing personal data (well if standards are mandated then surely they will follow and hackers will be foiled)
- Urged China to stop manipulation of its currency value (meanwhile, China laughed)
- Promoted economic development in Mexico (through the War on Drugs which is going oh-so-well down there)


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Posted: 3/8/2012 4:48:49 PM
How much money was associated with every single one of those points?

They might as well have all said,  spent your money in an unreasonable manner in a way that you probably wouldn't like. 
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Posted: 3/8/2012 5:16:30 PM

For the record, Im not an Obama fan.

He hasnt done enough of what he said he was going to do.  He isnt as progressive as I would like.  I am left of Obama, and wish he would do things he promised.  More taxes on rich an corporations, further health care reform, happy and lesbian rights, more money for education, less for defense.

But compared to whats out there, and who is electable, it is a no brainer for me.

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Posted: 3/8/2012 5:18:19 PM
More money for science and research, less money for religion and removal of tax breaks for religion, rich, and corporations.
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Posted: 3/8/2012 5:23:41 PM
QUOTE Originally Posted by vanzack:

More money for science and research, less money for religion and removal of tax breaks for religion, rich, and corporations.

How much money is religion currently getting from the govt?
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QUOTE Originally Posted by canovsp:


How much money is religion currently getting from the govt?


It would have to be an estimate, but rest assured it's a garbage TON.  Religious institutions use government services, resources, take up land, etc etc without having to pay in a dime.  If they paid the various taxes like all other businesses do, my guess is it would be into the hundreds of billions per year.  And then there taxes that individuals avoid by giving to religious institutions.

Religious institutions should be treated like all other businesses that sell their services.  Why are they exempt because the service they sell involves gatherings to worship an imaginary man in the sky?
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Posted: 3/8/2012 5:39:26 PM

One reason not to vote for President Obama for a second term ..

He does not believe in American exceptionalism, because America is inherently evil and deserves to be punished........

Taught to him by his mentors and associations with Bill Ayers,Bernardine Dohrn,Minister Louis Farrakhan ,Rev.Jeremiah Wright, Frank Marshall Davis and Prof.Derrick Bell

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It would have to be an estimate, but rest assured it's a garbage TON.  Religious institutions use government services, resources, take up land, etc etc without having to pay in a dime.  If they paid the various taxes like all other businesses do, my guess is it would be into the hundreds of billions per year.  And then there taxes that individuals avoid by giving to religious institutions.

Religious institutions should be treated like all other businesses that sell their services.  Why are they exempt because the service they sell involves gatherings to worship an imaginary man in the sky?


I think that many Americans are hesitant to allow the government to engage in significant restriction and oversight on the practice of religion. The tough part is when does the practice of religion become the business? Is there a brightline? I mean the country was founded in some ways because of (a) taxes and (b) the intermixing and involvement of government in religious activities.
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Posted: 3/8/2012 6:03:47 PM
And he closed Gitmo, and he kept unemplyment under 8% after blowing one trillion borrowed dollars and he cut the deficit in half in his first term.  Oh, he failed on these promises?   but at least he "Appointed an American Indian Advisor".  Are you out of your mind????  unemployment is up, gas prices up, deficit up, poverty up, middleclass reduced, national debt higher. food prices up, deaths in Afghanistan up, the only thing that has improved is Obama's golf handicap and Michelle's vacations.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by depeche2:



It would have to be an estimate, but rest assured it's a garbage TON.  Religious institutions use government services, resources, take up land, etc etc without having to pay in a dime.  If they paid the various taxes like all other businesses do, my guess is it would be into the hundreds of billions per year.  And then there taxes that individuals avoid by giving to religious institutions.

Religious institutions should be treated like all other businesses that sell their services.  Why are they exempt because the service they sell involves gatherings to worship an imaginary man in the sky?

The govt services used by religious people are already paid by the individuals who belong to that religion (water, highways, etc). Also, I'm assuming even though their structure is on a parcel of land the church, mosque, synagogue, etc had to pay for that land. You are interpreting religion as selling a service like a business which isn't true. And finally, religion receives their funds from individual donations. Those donations would dry up if people knew the govt would tax it.
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QUOTE Originally Posted by kaponofor3:



I think that many Americans are hesitant to allow the government to engage in significant restriction and oversight on the practice of religion. The tough part is when does the practice of religion become the business? Is there a brightline? I mean the country was founded in some ways because of (a) taxes and (b) the intermixing and involvement of government in religious activities.


when was religion ever not a business?
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Posted: 3/8/2012 6:53:56 PM
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when was religion ever not a business?

You mean Ive been giving 10 % to the mormons for nothing....what about all those bibles i sent to el salvador?
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Posted: 3/8/2012 8:13:58 PM
van, did you even read through this list of rubbish?

where's the resident to label this thread for what it is, partisan spin?  Must be out trolling for male bondage, circle jerks, and getting teabagged

8. Extended the Bush tax cuts 

Required automatic enrollment in 401(k) plans
Required automatic enrollment in IRA plans



Worked toward deploying a global climate change research and monitoring system
Provided affordable, high-quality child care
Required employers to provide seven paid sick days per year

not sure how many people would agree that these are true, or are reasons to vote for the American president


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Here's some real knee slappers


Urged China to stop manipulation of its currency value - please explain what you mean, by this being a reason to vote for Obama

 
The funniest part of all this crap leading up to the 2012 election, is that i will be voting for Obama, if he is pitted against Rmoney or Scamtorum. I'll even wait in line at the mega nursing home complex that i have to drive to, even though my neighboring piece of real estate is a polling booth.


Or we could start a new thread. 218 items you'd stick around inside your burning house to retrieve




Increased funding for progams that conserve lands and habitat for select species such as the Osceola turkey

Reading this garbage from you leftists make me want to eat a friggin bullet. We have real life, American, human beings, in some of the most dire situations here in the homeland, and you want to vote for someone because he is expending a portion of the national common energy, conserving the Osceola turkey.  I thought the left was the intelligent party? Science and evolution? Would you vote for a leftist, if their lone stated goal was to fund the race to invent a time machine, so that we could travel back in time and make certain that the climate never changed with ice age and such, and that humans never even came to existence?
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Posted: 3/8/2012 8:23:47 PM

i could give you one reason to vote for obama

i can buy cuban cigars

wait no...no i cant

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Posted: 3/8/2012 9:10:07 PM
Just wait until after the election no need to rile up all these wanna be rp libertarians.
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Posted: 3/8/2012 9:18:11 PM
I'm I already operating as if he will be president until 2016. been like this for years

life is good

i am in the business of exporting local goods down towards the greater D.C area, money is just bubbling out of that place
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if eric holder goes unpunished put all your cash on obama.   if holder is indicted....bet on romney
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Posted: 3/8/2012 9:21:17 PM
i freaking love obama
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