Budget cuts Obama offered

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    Here Are the Budget Cuts President Obama Has Offered - TheStreet

     
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    Obama goin' back on cuts he agreed to...
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    Obama Seeks to Void Cuts He Signed Into Law to Get $2.4T Increase in Debt Limit
    February 5, 2013 – As the deadline approaches for the automatic cuts in federal spending that President Barack Obama signed into law when Congress agreed to increase the debt limit by $2.4 trillion in August 2011, President Barack Obama is invoking bipartisanship and calling on Congress to pass new legislation that repeals those cuts and replaces them with smaller ones.
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    The whole world got their eyes on us...
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    Panetta: World is watching U.S. on budget
    February 13th, 2013 - In his final press briefing as defense secretary, Leon Panetta expressed concern over how the world will view the United States if it fails to avert steep budget cuts due to take effect in two weeks.
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    Not bothering to read right now.. because if these are like the 'cuts' he bragged about before that were not cuts, then nothing has really changed.. not like I expected it to
     

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