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Memo to the States’ Governors and AGs on The Decision On Obamacare’s Exchanges: Go Churchill Or Go Home

CVN65 Wrote: Nov 15, 2012 8:05 AM
There was no Clinton surplus; this entire idea is a fallacy. There was no time during the clinton administaration that the Federal govt ran a surplus, i.e. collected more in revenues than it spent. At no time in his eight years did the Federal govt not take the social security surplus and spend every last dime of it. Clinton had a PROJECTED surplus that never materialized. All the cap gains revenues in the world could not give the US govt a surplus with the size of our expenditures. What gave us the projected surplus was the fact that the GOP had come close to reducing the yearly deficits, slowed the rate of growth of spending and had been able to reform entitlements somewhat. The CBO used the rosiest of predictions to score it.

With the president mobilizing for a barnstorming tour in support of massive tax hikes and to, in effect, overturn last week's vote to keep the House in GOP hands and the gavel in John Boehner's --details here on the president's plan-- the GOP is getting organized in the House and laying down markers.

The media is focused on speculation about the "big deal" and the various scandals, but a huge story is brewing that few are watching.

The deadline for the most important political and legal decisions of the near term is being made in every state: Whether or not...