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New Spending Showdown Near

December 23, 2013

Remember last week, when official Washington was assuring the American people a controversial budget deal would prevent any new fiscal crises for some time to come? Well, forget it....

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daWraith

Dec-25-13 9:45 AM

Minivan MaxiMoron then gives us some FACTS?

You post your same idiotic factless comment over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

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You post your same idiotic factless comment over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

You post your same idiotic factless comment over and over and over and over and over and over and over.

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oldmansvan

Dec-24-13 6:14 PM

Do Do, you get debunked every time you post more of your misinformation. You really are a vampire in the sunlight when your confronted with the facts. You can't handle the facts.

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daWraith

Dec-24-13 4:31 PM

Minivan the Clinton nonexistent surplus has been debunked here a hundred times, there WAS NO SURPLUS.

The OBAMA deficit of October 2013, yeah a couple of months ago, was $475 BILLION, the second highest in HISTORY of the country.

The is almost THREE times the Deficit for the ENTIRE YEAR of 2007 when BUSH BUSH BUSH was President.

Get a Clue, cupcake!

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oldmansvan

Dec-24-13 2:37 PM

Wxpat, was it 2013 when Reagan put annual deficit spending through the roof or was it 2013 when Bush W. took a 236 Billion annual budget surplus and turned it into 1,333 BILLION annual deficit spending. Clue, you won't find out on Faux Nooz.

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daWraith

Dec-24-13 11:05 AM

That Spending nonsense have been completely DEBUNKED.

The liberal trick is to count the STIMULUS signed SOLELY by Barack Obama as part of the BUSH budget.

If you INCREASE SPENDING by 100%, put it on the last guy, then increase spending on top of that 100% increase, it looks lower.

Just math tricks for fact challenged liberals.

FACT: Government spending as a PERCENTAGE of GDP is the highest it has ever been since WWII under OBAMA.

OWN IT, biaches!!!

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daWraith

Dec-24-13 11:01 AM

CLUELESS the math challenged DUMMY there is ALSO no denying Obama Spent MORE than the Previous COMBINED TOTAL of 42 PRESIDENTS!!!!

And by the end of his administration he will have spent MORE THAN the COMBINED TOTAL of all 43 PRESIDENTS inclduing George W. Bush through GEORGE WASHINGTON!!!!

Clueless proves he has what it takes to be a true liberal: TOTAL OBLIVION to the facts.

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GETACLUE

Dec-24-13 9:28 AM

There is no denying that Obama has spent more than any other president in U.S. history. That is a fact, but that also holds true for every president since Herbert Hoover.

What is interesting, is that President Obama has increased the amount of government spending by a lower percentage than any previous president since Hoover when adjusted for inflation.

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GETACLUE

Dec-24-13 8:57 AM

There is no denying that Obama has spent more than any other president in U.S. history. That is a fact, but that also holds true for every president since Herbert Hoover.

What is interesting, is that President Obama has increased the amount of government spending by a lower percentage than any previous president since Hoover when adjusted for inflation.

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WVEXPAT

Dec-24-13 8:27 AM

Oldman,

The year is currently 2013 so you better go check out FY 2013 Historical Tables. By looking at "Table 1.1—SUMMARY OF RECEIPTS, OUTLAYS, AND SURPLUSES OR DEFICITS (–): 1789–2017" you'll see that NO president in history has spent as much as Obama and the current libs.

See for yourself!!

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oldmansvan

Dec-23-13 8:58 PM

Righties, every Dem. adm. since L.B.J. has spent less than govt. revenue and every Repug.adm. has spent more than revenue received, Reagan and Bush easily the biggest spenders. FY 2009 U.S. Govt. tables 2.1 and 8.1. See for yourself.

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daWraith

Dec-23-13 8:04 PM

Complete Droopie BULLCRAP as usual:

"Corporate welfare is over five times more than what individuals receive from the govt yet nothing gets cut from corporate America. "

STATE YOUR SOURCE FOR THAT LIE, Hoopie___________?

Entitlement programs total almost $1 TRILLION a year. If corporate is 5 times, then that is $6 TRILLION a years spending on $2.5 Trillion tax income.

WE are BAD, but NOT that bad!!

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daWraith

Dec-23-13 8:00 PM

Ploopie, you mean corporate wellfare like the $85 BILLION a MONTH that the Treasury continues to pump into securities to make the Wall Street Fat Cats Richer while it drives inflation higher for the Main Street USA.

Obama had been the best president ever for make the rich RICHER!

While the middle class has seen their average income drop $4300.

Miss me now? George W.

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daWraith

Dec-23-13 8:00 PM

Ploopie, you mean corporate wellfare like the $85 BILLION a MONTH that the Treasury continues to pump into securities to make the Wall Street Fat Cats Richer while it drives inflation higher for the Main Street USA.

Obama had been the best president ever for make the rich RICHER!

While the middle class has seen their average income drop $4300.

Miss me now? George W.

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WVEXPAT

Dec-23-13 12:00 PM

You make a good point hoopie! This admin has been VERY generous to Wall St and the big banks!

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wvhoopie

Dec-23-13 8:31 AM

American banks received $83 billion is taxpayer subsidies in 2013. Why doesn't Congress eliminate that? Congress proposes to cut nothing from the rich profitable banks but will cut foodstamps for children and the elderly.

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wvhoopie

Dec-23-13 7:42 AM

Notice that conservatives cry about the deficit yet they propose to cut nothing from corporate America's welfare chest? Why not eliminate govt subsidies for any corporation making a profit? Corporate welfare is over five times more than what individuals receive from the govt yet nothing gets cut from corporate America. This is another fake crisis by conservatives who protect their corporate sponsors that own them by way of campaign contributions. When conservatives begin to propose eliminating corporate welfare by hundreds of billions of dollars then pay attention. Otherwise it's just political BS once again.

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RockEReputation

Dec-23-13 7:38 AM

Today I join my blind GOPeer watercarriers across the aisle in saluting the many US billionaires who shuffle their stocks in and out of trusts to avoid paying inheritance tax to the treasury.

If SEC filings prove that its hit revenue by more than $100 billion since dubya's 1st inauguration, so what?!!

If governments loses out, and the general population takes the hit, too?

...at least the rightwing highrollers commenting at this tabloid have their high stakes divvies.

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LogHog

Dec-23-13 6:17 AM

wvcoffin, you would be happy to hear all gop just switched to become dems.. now 1st. order of business is to increase all spending into lightning speed.. with this all Americans will get a $100,000 govt. check. But, But, where will this new found wealth come from? The Fed. Bank of course. Happy Days will be here again.. with the discount price of bread, milk and gas all the same $100 per unit... Yes, Dems, you built that... and then, OOPPS... CRASH...welcome to the great Banana Republic. With it's fearful leader Barry the boy wonder leading all the banana pickers straight to H...

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Wvcoffee

Dec-23-13 5:47 AM

Your local GOP hard at work, obstructing again.

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