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Spending cuts rejected

June 24, 2013

Liberals insist President Barack Obama’s “stimulus” program has worked to pull the nation out of the economic doldrum....

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Jun-24-13 12:26 PM

Lets just cut the middle class/lower individuals who actually need help and keep on giving 40 Billion Dollars in Oil company subsidies...that is 40 Billion.. Wow. And, before you gloat in your post, hypocrite-paid Dusty, remember the welfare state of ND with $1.87 back for every dollar paid in taxes. The Red states collect a ton more than they give in taxes..Yep, welfare states, Not just food stamps. Garbage editorial without basis.

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Jun-24-13 1:45 PM

Typical lib posts about oil subsidies and military budgets...

What about the spending cuts that were rejected?

This was a move Congress, the 535, was trying to make concerning one of many bloated budget items.

I guess I thought Veritas would've been ever so supportive. Wrong guess...

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Jun-24-13 3:02 PM

What???? They don't happen? They don't matter? Only when you cannot justify their wild spending from the Republicans. When you have nothing, post like loco does.

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Jun-24-13 8:31 PM

"How about we the people vote to have an independent panel decide where across the board cuts could/should be made...Then Congress could have the summer off, without pay and we can decide if we even need them anymore!!!"

Interesting. Until this could happen, I suppose us regular citizens will have to try to be squeaky wheels, constantly writing to our representatives/senators with our common folk sense about the issues that affect us and will affect our children.

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Jun-25-13 9:41 AM

This is not the OK corral, despite willgrr's fondness for calling others out in DustOff's name.

Let's see - today I'll be Juliet...

'Tis but thy name that is my enemy. Thou art thyself, though not a Montague (substitute willgrr or DustOff or locomotive if you like).

What’s Montague? It is not hand, nor foot, Nor arm, nor face, nor any other part Belonging to a man. O, be some other name!

What’s in a name? That which we call a rose By any other word would smell as sweet.

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Jun-25-13 9:45 AM

leftwing, you reminded me of a great golden oldie with your reference to static...

FM by Steely Dan

Nothing but blues and Elvis And somebody else's favorite song...

No static at all

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Jun-25-13 11:21 AM

I told you. Today I'm Juliet.

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