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Data Collection Isn’t Data Abuse -- Yet

apetra Wrote: Jun 07, 2013 12:53 PM
So they've seized but haven't searched? That's your argument? And we're supposed to take the 2nd half on faith?
True, but he won't sign it. That's why debt authorization limited to the debt payments due is a shrewd strategy that will neutralize their attacks. Cover the debt payments, with new debt, for a few months. Tack on explicit prioritization language that goes on in perpetuity. They can no longer claim we can't afford it, or make the absurd argument it's lower priority any more.
only thing Obama represents now is the crazy ideologue who will blow up the country's finances and economy, prompting "the reasonable dealmaker" to concede everything lest lose what matters. sorry, it takes an irresistible force can join an immovable object. republicans need to take a hard if not extreme line in return. fortunately, at this point, moderation is conveyed as extreme insanity by the MSM.
only thing Obama represents now is the crazy ideologue who will blow up the country's finances and economy, prompting "the reasonable dealmaker" to concede everything lest lose what matters. sorry, it takes an irresistible force can join an immovable object. republicans need to take a hard if not extreme line in return. fortunately, at this point, moderation is conveyed as extreme insanity by the MSM.
Not a word about 2 of the big 3 upcoming: sequestion, check, but what about the debt ceiling and the continuing resolution? when democrats demand to borrow more, i say authorize new debt sufficient to make payments on the debt, but no more. (same bill explicitly prioritizes spending). As we currently borrow far more than our due interest and principal, that will prompt spending cuts much bigger than sequestration. and it offers republicans full rhetorical immunity. a clean bill that avoids default, compels the president to meet the nation's responsibilities, without rolling forward additional deficit spending. then pass a full-on republican budget. end obamacare. cut tax a little bit, but cut spending dramatically.
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