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  • Boehner: GOP are the better Keynesians/socialists!

    Boner pens a joke of an article for the WSJ...

     

     

    John Boehner: The President Is Raging Against a Budget Crisis He Created

     


    Obama invented the 'sequester' in the summer of 2011 to avoid facing up to America's spending problem.

     

    By JOHN BOEHNER

     

    A week from now, a dramatic new federal policy is set to go into effect that threatens U.S. national security, thousands of jobs and more. In a bit of irony, President Obama stood Tuesday with first responders who could lose their jobs if the policy goes into effect. Most Americans are just hearing about this Washington creation for the first time: the sequester. What they might not realize from Mr. Obama's statements is that it is a product of the president's own failed leadership.

     

     

    So now you support Keynesian stimulus and federal jobs programs? You're a ****************ing joke, Boner.

     

     

    The sequester is a wave of deep spending cuts scheduled to hit on March 1. Unless Congress acts, $85 billion in across-the-board cuts will occur this year, with another $1.1 trillion coming over the next decade. There is nothing wrong with cutting spending that much


  • #2

    Cock, you are an idiot, and not a libertarian.  Dont ever make that mistake!

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    • Zig al-din
      Zig al-din commented
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      Davo17 wrote:

      Cock, you are an idiot, and not a libertarian.  Dont ever make that mistake!


       

      Go back to eating your crayons. 


    • Caulk Rocket
      Caulk Rocket commented
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      Davo17 wrote:

      Cock, you are an idiot, and not a libertarian.  Dont ever make that mistake!


       

       

       

      That's a compliment coming from a fake conservative like you.

       

       

      Davo - supports the 2nd Amendment and the right to defend oneself, but wants the big socialist nanny state to protect him from the evil boogeyman in Iran. 

       

       


    • yumpy
      yumpy commented
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      Davo17 wrote:

      Cock, you are an idiot, and not a libertarian.  Dont ever make that mistake!


      lol@ fake libertarian idiots.


  • #3
    To you I'm an atheist; but to God, I'm the Loyal Opposition.

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    • #4

      http://talkingpointsmemo.com/Images/boehner-ppt-sequester.jpg

      Check out this PowerPoint slide from Boehner's presentation to the GOP House selling them on the benefits of the sequester.

      Boehner is a lying dickweasel.

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      • #5
        The recipient lists are different, though.

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        • #6

          Leon Panetta is senile didlo.

           

          A reduction in the federal workforce doesn't mean spending has actually been cut.

           

          The public sector has shed an untold number of jobs, yet federal spending has still increased.

           

           

          http://cloudfront.mediamatters.org/static/images/item/bushobamapublicjobs.jpg

          http://blog.heritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/federal-spending\_01-580.jpg 

           

           

          When a Sequestration Cut Is Not Exactly a Cut

           

          The phrase "sequestration cuts" is on the tip of everyone's tongue in Washington, with those across-the-board spending reductions set to go into effect on March 1. But some naysayers have pointed out that those cuts are not really cuts. Is that true?

          In one sense, yes. Sequestration cuts are slated to reduce government spending by around $1 trillion over 10 years

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          • RogueGnome
            RogueGnome commented
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            Caulk Rocket wrote:

            Leon Panetta is senile didlo.

             

            A reduction in the federal workforce doesn't mean spending has actually been cut.

             

            The public sector has shed an untold number of jobs, yet federal spending has still increased.

             

             

            http://cloudfront.mediamatters.org/static/images/item/bushobamapublicjobs.jpg

            http://blog.heritage.org/wp-content/uploads/2009/12/federal-spending\_01-580.jpg 

             

             

            When a Sequestration Cut Is Not Exactly a Cut

             

            The phrase "sequestration cuts" is on the tip of everyone's tongue in Washington, with those across-the-board spending reductions set to go into effect on March 1. But some naysayers have pointed out that those cuts are not really cuts. Is that true?

            In one sense, yes. Sequestration cuts are slated to reduce government spending by around $1 trillion over 10 years

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          • Caulk Rocket
            Caulk Rocket commented
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            Money shuffling is not a spending cut.

             

             

            Defense spending:

             

            2002 - $348,952,000,000

            2012 - $708,961,000,000

             

            10 year growth - $360,009,000,000

             

            103% increase

             

             

            lol @ sequestration


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