sleroi Wrote:
Feb 21, 2013 11:59 AM
...if the sequester is avoided we have caved once again, and nothing will be done about the economy, and if the sequester goes through we will be blamed for every alleged bad consequence and we will never get any other spending passed because we will have already made "draconian cuts." And has been shown numerous times on TH in graph form, the cuts are ridiculously inconsequential in the grand scheme of things. So instead of picking sides we need to be pressuring our representatives to be bold and cut spending or get primaries.