This is the most fiscally irresponsible document ever offered by the DEMS

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    Yeah, thank GOD the Republicans laid out their "plan" for fiscal responsibility.....hahahahaha
     
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    Where is the Democrat plan Yank? Oh yeah, there is none. Just a lousy track record of which they dare not speak.
    Democrats run away from health care - Jennifer Haberkorn - POLITICO.com
    "Political Malfeasance" to admit you voted for ObamaCare. You can't write this shit any better! :lol:


     
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    GOP 'Pledge' makes closing argument to voters - Politics - Decision 2010 - msnbc.com
     
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    It's only 48 pages so even you easily confused Liberals shouldn't have difficulty understanding it. Don't be afraid, it's not linked to Fox News!:
    http://www.gop.gov/resources/library/documents/solutions/a-pledge-to-america.pdf
    Still more specifics that the 2000 page ObamaCare bill which no has completely figgered out yet.
    I would like to see spending rolled back to 1996 levels but hey,one step at a time right?
     
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    The Republican Mid-Terms base is even identified in the less government, more deficits--and no-health-care-at-all-plan of the Republicans. The Doctor Patient relationship is alleged to get strengthened, apparently, since there is no money for health care in the plan. Apparently the MediCaid programs, and unfunded mandates, get strengthened!

    Lincoln had a similar plan, for the hosptals of his time: Where he sent the people to be "free!" The Republicans don't miss much, in their own model plans. State and Local governments will be essentially on their own to raise taxes on the rich!

    "Crow, James Crow: Shaken, Not Stirred!
    (Tea Party maybe benefit from poison blankets, and rotted corn, instead! They used to that, of course, too!)
     
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