In four years, see which of my predictions were right

2012-12-09T00:00:00Z In four years, see which of my predictions were right
December 09, 2012 12:00 am

The Democrats and Barack Obama will cause the following in the next four years: Our national debt will exceed $20 trillion; agencies will further downgrade U.S. debt worthiness; raising the national debt limit multiple times; Democrats (party of no) refusing cuts to deficit spending and only proposing tax increases; increase in number of people on food stamps; economic recession in 2013; push for another failed stimulus package; GM still owing the taxpayers billions; increased energy costs; Obamacare increasing medical insurance premiums; reduced Medicare benefits for seniors; more doctors refusing new Medicare patients; employees losing employer-sponsored health care; continued high unemployment; reduction in manufacturing jobs; two major terrorist attacks against U.S. interests; ability to defend ourselves diminishing because of a reduction in our military and missile defense systems.

Four years from now, let's see how many times I was correct.

- Tony Sulewski Sr., Crown Point

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