Fiscal Cliff’ Bill Includes the Standard Pork, Wasteful Spending, and at Least $4 Tri

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    by sfcmac @ The Foxhole posts:

    and more @http://sfcmac.wordpress.com/2013/01/02/fiscal-cliff-bill-includes-the-standard-pork-wasteful-spending-and-at-least-4-trillion-price-tag/

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    You EXPECTED something different?

    Note that spending cuts have again been pushed aside for another two months - when they will be pushed aside again.

    Keep voting for this ruling elite, and you'll keep getting screwed. And it doesn't matter which side you vote for - Dem, Rep, Lib or any.

    They will protect themselves. They always have.

    When you personally face a shortfall, what do YOU do?

    YOU cut spending first.

    They NEVER do.

    Why don't they ask US? Something else they never do.
     
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    Spending needs to be frozen at its current level for the next ten years...
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    Jack Lew urges US to avoid spending cuts
    13 February 2013 - "Jack has my complete trust," President Obama said of Mr Lew, currently his chief of staff
    See also:

    Lew signals support for tax code rewrite
    WASHINGTON (AP) — Jacob Lew, President Barack Obama's nominee for Treasury secretary, pledged to work with Congress on a comprehensive overhaul of the tax code while urging lawmakers to avoid automatic spending cuts that could slow the economy's progress.
     

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