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Contrary to the latest reports in the state run media, the idea of sequestration did not come from the GOP–it was initiated by the White House. To see why sequestration was proposed and accepted, we need to go back to … Continue reading
I am so thankful that people have shared my posts on Facebook and Twitter, or have even reposted them on their blogs. It actually means quite a bit to me, as it means that what I have posted has been … Continue reading
This is by far the best illustration I’ve seen of the current budget crisis: (H/t David Voth) Related articles Shameful: Senate fiscal cliff deal raises deficit $4 trillion over 10 years… Fiscal-Cliff Kabuki Nears Final Scene CBO: Senate Fiscal Cliff … Continue reading
CNBC’s Maria Bartiromo absolutely lets Senator Ben Cardin (D-Maryland) have it in this interview. “Are you guys just incompetent, or what?” “The American people are tired of their lawmakers thinking that they are stupid.” (H/t Legal Insurrection) Related articles CNBC … Continue reading
This is old, but it is the first time I’ve seen it, and it gave me one or two chuckles: (H/t Sister Toldjah)
At first, the accusation was that Rick Santorum is a big government conservative. Now, some people have doubled-down and are accusing Santorum of effectively being a liberal on fiscal issues, and are even going so far as to say that … Continue reading