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Obamanomics: US Set For Another $1 Trillion Deficit

icamenforte Wrote: Aug 08, 2012 4:02 PM
Hush you people that keep saying that both party actually are the same. It may be true in the past and exist in the minority in the Republican party, but the two party are considerably different. Look at the Principles of the Democratic party, more socialist in ideology than anything this party in the past have represented. The Republican party is actually purging itself with the weak Rhinos and moderates in the party. Huge difference. And, there is no doubt more sinister nor more economically ignorant than a socialist liberal Obama. Can't get any worst than that. Election is near, if you don't see any difference in principles/ideology, please stay at home and don't vote. You are not an American and should wave your right to vote.
indy2012 Wrote: Aug 08, 2012 4:08 PM
The biggest problem with the GOP is that they are pushing out the moderates.....that is a road that will end up with them losing a lot of independents, and they the the ones that decide who will be president.....

I really hope you are just being sarcastic about the whole voting thing.......

It's only August but the Congressional Budget Office is predicting the United States will see another $1 trillion deficit before we hit October. The federal government has posted $1 trillion deficits every year since President Obama took office and the Democrat controlled Senate hasn't passed a budget in more than 1100 days. No budget means not knowing how much is being spent. In 2008, the deficit was less than $500 billion. The national debt stands at nearly $16 trillion.

The nonpartisan Congressional Budget Office (CBO) on Tuesday estimated that the federal budget deficit stands at $975 billion...