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Tuesday, 09 August 2011 10:17
U.S. Credit Rating Drop Poll: Most To Blame--Obama, Democrats, Tea Party, GOP?
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U.S. EconomyNow that the U.S. Credit rating has taken a hit, blame is being cast out from all quarters.

After such a historic event, finger pointing abounds as Democrats, the Tea Party, the Obama Administration, Republicans and others are all citing fault in one another rather than themselves. 

Yet, blame should be cast because without it history will only repeat itself.

So, whom do you think should receive the most blame for the recent downgrading of the U.S. Credit ratings?

Take the poll below at the lower left corner of the page.

Tell your friends and associates to take the poll and vote.

Prior Poll Results: Poll ending July 31, 2011

How should U.S. balance budgets, reduce debt, prevent default and improve economy?

Reduce Medicaid, Medicare and Social Security benefits only - 8.7%

Eliminate the Bush tax cuts and raise taxes over $250,000 Income - 52.2%

All of the above - 14.3%

None of the above - 11.4%

Other - 13.4%

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