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A story running on the Daily Finance website, identifies “10 signs” that “you are headed toward financial ruin.” Isn't that exciting? The premise of the article is that too many Americans are spending too much, while saving too little. Which isn’t new. And it isn’t news, either. But let’s take a look at the details, shall we?

RUSH: Folks, it's funny the number of people making fun of Obama on 60 Minutes last night.  Ron Fournier, who used to be the AP bureau chief and is quoted so much, by the way, when he issues criticisms of Obama.  The reason why that makes news is because Fournier used to be one of the guys -- I don't mean to insult him by saying this, but he used to be in the tank. 

RUSH:  Last week John Kerry said that they were on the run.  John Kerry, who served in Vietnam, by the way.  He said they were on the run! ISIS was on the run. We had 'em on the run.  And here is Holly Williams at CBS just today: "US-led air strikes against ISIS at Syria have so far had very little impact on the ground." 

CALLER: (giggles) Well, I can sum up the problem in one word, and it explains literally everything from the Occupy Wall Street movement to why somebody's approval ratings can be as low as our president's are and people will still continue to vote toward the liberal side of things.  It's a worldview that has been deeply and systematically ingrained into my generation since the day of Saturday morning cartoons, and it's called "victimology."

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