However one has to take into account that the republicans have voted to delay, repeal, or defund the affordable care act at least 40 times before, and now they are trying to accomplish the same thing as what the previous 40 votes tried to do, only thing is that they are making it their key demand over a continuing resolution to fund the government and avert a government shutdown.
Overall spending declines by govt has resulted in massive job losses, the idea that federal and state/local spending are intertwined is a basic failure of your propaganda.he has spent more and still have 22 million unemployed/under employed/discouraged workers.
Reducing revenue does not cause debts to remain....is a conservative argument.Only in the liberal world is keeping more of what you earn an expense to the govt.
Um, causing a shutdown over health care is the way conservatives want to further damage the US economy. Your flip-flop on whether it will damage the economy is noted.A govt. shutdown is the liberal's way of diverting again from the terrible Obama performance and a way to delegate responsibility which no leader can ever do.
This all stems from Ryan's insistence on spending cuts in exchange for the 2011 debt limit compromise.
Cons get what they want....but they still act unhappy.
What an act!
I will tell you why either they are scared the democrats will get as much or maybe even more of the blame, or that they did ask the question didn't like the results and left it out of their reporting. either way it shows a bias and pushing an agenda and a narrative of CNN blaming republicans no matter what and a cherry picking poll to reinforce that false narrative
So now that Obama has spent $7,000,000,000,000 of money he doesn't have, a debt Americans will likely never be able to repay, what has anyone but his crony capitalist friends got to show for it?If you reduce spending in a depressed economy, you make the economy worse. Austerity in a time of depressed demand extends the depressed economy. The Austerians have lost this argument.