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Without Deep Spending Cuts, the Republicans Lose the House in 2014

Roy323 Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 8:45 PM
More Freedom-I agree with your "Our country desperately needs to cut spending to survive"; I do NOT agree that "Krauthammer (being a psychiatrist) understands voters better). Voters, for the most part, are NOT mentally deranged; too many simply WILL NOT WORK! Therefore I sincerely believe extending "Unemployment" over and over is a move bordering on self-destruction. (to be fair-I'm fortunate NEVER to have to draw Unemployment--BUT, I have worked a few less than desirable jobs as a temporary measure over my many years.
MoreFreedom Wrote: Jan 19, 2013 10:25 AM
My belief is that Krauthammer is a better reader/predictor of the population overall than is Kudlow, and considers the effects of the media. Thus his recommendation to let the Democrats spend, the economy tank, and then Republicans will win (hopefully fiscally conservative ones). Kudlow doesn't even realize that most Republican congressmen want to continue the spending. That he's asking them for bold cuts and thinks they might do it, just shows he's been fooled by their rhetoric and has ignored their votes. Expect more can kicking, more deficits, more debt and another bubble to pop, maybe the dollar.
Okay, it’s official. According to the Treasury Department, the U.S. debt jumped to $16.1 trillion in 2012 from $14.8 trillion in 2011. That’s a $1.3 trillion deficit for the last year. Remarkable. During President Obama’s first term, the federal debt rose by roughly $6 trillion.
Now, if they are bold, House Republicans will take advantage of these dismal numbers. Bold means bold spending cuts, as in cut spending like there’s no tomorrow. Bold means implementing the $1.2 trillion spending sequester. Bold means an absolute rock-solid commitment to spending cuts. A new Rasmussen survey shows that 62 percent of Americans favor across-the-board...
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