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Will GOP Fumble Away Guaranteed Sequester Victory?

para_dimz Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 8:48 AM
On the one hand I understand the Republican effort to appear reasonable to the very end. On the other hand reasonable in this case is the opposite of the proper prescription. Congress needs to signal a mew game of bareknuckled fisticuffs with the administration. They need to use the power of the purse to compel the president to administer the government legislated by congress and not a government formulated by executive action. The sequester is a first step.
Colonialgirl Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 5:29 PM
I was ready to "flag" you until the Second paragraph;
Texas Chris Wrote: Feb 22, 2013 9:30 AM
The GOP's only hope is to foment unrest at the state level, embrace state's rights, educate on the national level about jury nullification and state legislative action against unconstitutional laws, advocate state governors task their sheriffs and state police to arrest, charge, and jail any and all unconstitutional federal actions.

Only by drastically diminishing the federal power base can Republicans effect a positive change in the character of the USA.

Which is why they will never do it.

Notwithstanding hysterical rhetoric from the White House, the bureaucracies, and the various pro-spending lobbies in Washington, the sequester does not mean “vicious” or “draconian” spending cuts.

I wish that was the case.

All it does is restrain spending so that it grows by $2.4 trillion over the next 10 years rather...

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