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Bill Clinton: Republicans ‘begging for America to fail’

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By Doug Powers  •  September 29, 2013 03:58 PM

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Would this man lie to you, America?

This, because burying future generations under a growing mountain of debt and an economy choking health care law equals success for America!

Former President Bill Clinton weighed in on an increasingly likely government shutdown in an interview with ABC’s ‘This Week’. Clinton criticized Republican demands, as well as their obsession with Obamacare.

“I’ve never seen a time– can you remember a time in your lifetime when a major political party was just sitting around, begging for America to fail?”

Clinton also claimed that as the unemployment rate drops, entitlement spending will also continue to go down. He didn’t say that when the rate ticks down it’s due to record numbers of people dropping out of the labor force instead of finding jobs (Obamacare will not help fix that), which has contributed to putting a record number of households on food stamps and other aid. Also, entitlement spending shows no sign of slowing down.

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Side note: If the implementation of Obamacare was delayed, two-thirds of Americans wouldn’t even know it, and a majority of the remaining third would appreciate it.

**Written by Doug Powers

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