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Carney: The Whole Point of Sequestration Was to Avoid Those Spending Cuts

Russ in Oregon Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:24 PM
Actually, in Henry Ford's economy, you replace craftsmen whom make a large amount of money for their trade with assembly line workers trained to do one simple task.
LearningCommunity Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:35 PM
And he paid his workers enough to expand demand.
dweimaraner Wrote: Feb 14, 2013 12:28 PM
Ford also gave significant wage increases to line workers and at the same time boosted production of cars that higher paid craftsman could compete with price wise. More cars produced = cheaper cars and more people bought them.

Last night, White House Press Secretary Jay Carney picked a Twitter fight with Republican Congressman Justin Amash over sequestration.  We'll get to that online battle in a moment, but first, a word on Rep. Amash's misguided comments that caught Carney's attention in the first place.  Amash has been publicly blasting Republican leadership for aggressively pinning the sequester on President Obama, arguing that it's "disingenuous" for members of Congress to vote for a compromise, then blame it on the other party.  This needlessly and foolishly undermines the GOP's messaging on the issue.  Republicans are not saying that the sequester is...