By marfdrat on March 28, 2013
It’s good to know, with funds stretched dangerously thin, that we’re addressing the important issues. I know – this one already happened, but there’s absolutely no reason to believe this kind of ridiculous BS isn’t going on right now. I’d be willing to bet some of your money on it.
By marfdrat on January 2, 2013
Spending cuts? We don’t need no stinking spending cuts.
By marfdrat on December 4, 2012
I guess he does, if 41% of the people who voted for HIM say so. Another 41% say it ought to be done with spending cuts and taxes.
The coalition of voters that gave President Barack Obama a second term splits over how to reduce the deficit, according to a poll released Monday.
By marfdrat on February 14, 2011
Doug Ross shares a disturbing chart that displays just how trivial and ineffectual Obama’s proposed “budget cuts” are in relation to the explosion in spending included in the new budget blueprint.
By marfdrat on January 26, 2011
Though I didn’t watch it, I understand that Obama’s SOTU speech was mostly “platitudinous hogwash” (and that’s from a HuffPo contributor): long on lofty rhetoric, and short on plans to deal with our most pressing national problem, debt and spending. John Stossel has a state of the union report of his own, and it’s not pretty:
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