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Economy busting budgets

Can someone please explain this to me because I don’t understand how it works: How does more than $5 trillion in deficit spending in four years and more than $1 trillion in new taxes, whoever they might be against, help … Continue reading

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Spending before spending

Worldview Thought for the Day How can Obama ask Congress to start debating the 2010 budget before we have a 2009 budget?

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So, really, do you need any more evidence?

Do we need any more evidence that the status quo in Washington D.C. is breaking our nation. If you do, how about the fact that your audacious lawmakers just bailed themselves out to the tune of $2.4 million more of our tax dollars in the form of a “cost-of-living” raise? […] Continue reading

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Five days to go

Five more days to hear about how people think the president should affect the economy and create jobs.

We have five more days to realize the president does neither thing without the action and consent of the Congress. The thought of what a Democrat Congress and a socialist president might do to the economy should have intelligent people voting against Obama in unprecedented numbers, yet somehow the polls show people continuing to support him. […] Continue reading

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We’ve heard this one before

This afternoon, the House of Representatives will vote again on a revised version of the Wall Street bailout bill they defeated Friday. I don’t know about you, but I hate having to do the same work twice. There has been … Continue reading

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