Tag Archives: Federal Deficit

Watch This!

“The Rule Of Lawlessness” Seriously – watch it! This is an open thread. Advertisements

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El Foldo Grande

Like a bunch of cheap suits: House passes fiscal cliff deal, tamps down GOP revolt The House of Representatives late Tuesday easily approved emergency bipartisan legislation sparing all but a sliver of America’s richest from sharp income tax hikes — … Continue reading

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I Was Told There Would Be No Math

Frank J. Fleming at Pajamas Media: Math Is Coming Math is remorseless, and it will eventually balance its numbers, not caring who is hurt in the process. All the debate over spending is starting to remind me of the movie … Continue reading

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Merry F**king Christmas From Barack Obama

Ace of Spades HQ: What Is Your Share of the National Debt? Short answer: I don’t know. You are [fucked|screwed|pooched]. I Don’t Know Why bother reading further when the author seemingly doesn’t know the exact figure? One problem is that … Continue reading

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Well played, Agent Orange, well played!

A very strong statement from Speaker Boehner: “Tomorrow the House will pass legislation to make permanent tax relief for nearly every American — 99.81% of the American people. Then the President will have a decision to make. He can call … Continue reading

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Two From Ace Of Spades

Two posts by Ace encapsulate my recent thinking: Unemployment Shoots Back Up Over 8% I can’t believe TFG is still president. Four more years. Think about that. America is serving a medium-term prison sentence. This is part of the reason … Continue reading

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Mark Steyn. I suppose it’s possible to take this recurring melodrama seriously, but there’s no reason to. The problem facing the United States government is that it spends over a trillion dollars a year that it doesn’t have. If you … Continue reading

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