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Reminder: Americans Overwhelmingly Support Federal Spending Cuts

w-smith-84 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 1:54 AM
"No elected Democrat believes that cutting spending is the answer" Really? Then why has Obama REPEATEDLY said we need to cut spending? And why does his budget proposal include about 50% of deficit reduction in spending cuts (and 50% in new revenues)? You do understand this is a VERIFIABLE fact, don't you annfan? You should try reading from sources OTHER than right-wing propaganda sites like Town Hall.
Duke Nuk'em Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 6:39 AM

Your mullah zero-bama talks a good game, but he has yet to actually cut spending.
Harold15 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 4:38 AM
Just because Obama says something doesn't make it trues. Several months ago he claimed he was a conservative but everyone knows he's a flaming liberal from the word go. But, to you Obama worshipers, if he says something, then it must be true.
rk58 Wrote: Dec 11, 2012 2:45 AM
Obama's budget proposal is a joke, you just don't know it. McConnell tried to bring it to a vote in the Senate and Reid denied it.. does that REALLY sound like a serious budget to you? The budget is a smoke screen..

But by all means, let's keep obsessing over tax increases on rich people, which would take care of roughly eight percent of this year's federal deficit -- at best.   Let's take a peek at the data itself, then discover how Politico chose to boil it down into a narrative-driving headline:

Your headline? "Battleground Poll: Hike Taxes on the Rich."  Don't get me wrong; there is no...