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Jay Carney: Spending Cuts Are Deeply Irresponsible, or Something

MrInterpid Wrote: Dec 01, 2012 9:41 PM
A short sharp market correction is what is needed. The market corrects it self if left alone by government. Talk about conceit. For the govenment to double down on overspending to try and prevent a needed correction is as conceited as it gets. Kinda like saying just give the heroin addict a little more till next week and then everything will be ok again. Cold turkey stopping is the best solution for both heroin addicts and government spending junkies. Short sharp pain followed by a leveling out. And by the way debts and deficits DO MATTER. There is no free lunch and the bill will come due. What is you libturds solution then? Print more money?

Shortly before President Obama told Republicans his $1.6 trillion tax increase wasn't "complicated" today at a toy manufacturing plant in Pennsylvania, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney told reporters that spending cuts are deeply irresponsible.

Q: One of the things Speaker Boehner said this morning was that any increase in the debt limit would have to be matched by or exceeded by further spending cuts. That's the same kind of rhetoric that we heard in 2011. Are you concerned that that is being used as leverage again in a way that could be damaging to the United...