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Obama Is Not a Deficit Hawk. He's Just a Keynesian

jeanhart Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 7:22 PM
In his speech Tuesday, Rubio spoke about the desire to defend his neighbors from Obama's tax-and-spend policies. "Mr. President, I still live in the same working class neighborhood I grew up in. My neighbors aren't millionaires," he said. Rubio recently put his house up for sale for un-working-class price $675,000. His spokesman told The Daily Caller that he hopes to use the money to buy a house in Washington.
Simplecaveman Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 7:28 PM
So. I suppose there are a lot of poor Democrat senators, right? He probably won't as good as deal as Barry did with his house in Chicago.
Resist, We Much!!! Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 7:27 PM
So, prove that his neighbourhood is not the same working class neighbourhood in which he grew up or that his neighbours are millionaires.

$675,000 is NOT a lot of money in Miami real estate. Just be glad that he didn't sell his two bedroom house in parts of California...where the going price is about $1.3 million.
Over at Investors Business Daily, Jed Graham writes about "the deficit chart that should embarrass budget hawks," which shows that the federal deficit has been shrinking in the last two years and is projected to shrink further this year:

Graham writes that the draw-down in federal spending puts a precarious economic recovery at risk. That's certainly a take in line with conventional Keynesian economic analysis - the Congressional Budget Office has similarly projected this year's sequester to knock 0.6% off of projected GDP growth and cost 750,000 jobs by the end of the...