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Both Parties Agree: Sequestration Is Bad, but Better Than The Alternatives

Dave M Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 4:13 PM
Why are you wasting your time posting this? You may have heard a Republican say that- although I doubt it. I have seen too many nonsense troll posts start with that variation on a theme In any case you most certainly did not hear a CONSERVATIVE say that because we don't think that way.
Dave M Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 6:00 PM
I suapected that with my initial posts but my other one was in response to the liberals who think Republicans are conservatives or that we are in lockstep with Boehner or McConnell, McCain, etc.
Joseph64 Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 5:37 PM
Can't you tell by the tone of the post that this is Sybil with another new account?
Dave M Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 4:24 PM
Did you see the election returns?
Have you even bothered to read the tone of utter disdain and disgust with the Republican Establishment?
Have you read the posts blaming Obams election on those Conservatives who refused to vote Republican just for the sake of voting Republican?
Did you even take note of the Conservatives who sat it out?
tuttut Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 4:22 PM
That's because there are no Democerats holding conservative principles (and damned few Republicans).
George_Washington Wrote: Feb 24, 2013 4:16 PM
Funny,Conservatives vote mostly Republican ticket.

Go figure.
Sequestration Is the Worst Option Except for All the Other Options Both Democrats and Republicans have been roundly criticizing the security and economic effects of sequestration and, at the same time, taking very little action. The only logical conclusion is that both parties agree that sequestration is an awful, terrible, harmful set of policies - except the other proposed replacements are worse.

President Obama said "these cuts are not smart. They are not fair. They will hurt our economy." Speaker Boehner, writing in the Wall Street Journal, said "there's nothing wrong with cutting spending that much......

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