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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    If Obama had an ounce of integrity, he'd give credit where it's due. It makes me laugh when he talks about fiscal responsibility. It's so obvious he doesn't believe it.
    The Most Expensive President in History is already taking credit..............

    'Historic' deal to avoid government shutdown - Yahoo! News

    WASHINGTON – Perilously close to a government shutdown, President Barack Obama and congressional leaders reached a historic agreement late Friday night to cut about $38 billion in spending and avert the first federal closure in 15 years.

    Obama hailed the deal as "the biggest annual spending cut in history." House Speaker John Boehner said that over the next decade it would cut government spending by $500 billion — and won an ovation from his rank and file, tea party adherents among them.
    Im betting the very same people who think it was BJ Clinton that balanced the budget.........will be first in line for the DNC Koolaid.
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    Your koolaid is over by the Paul Ryan table. Drink up!
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by X Factor View Post
    Obama shouldn't be taking any credit at all when we all know, if it were up to him, there'd been no cuts at all. The deal's ok, but the cuts should have been deeper. Maybe in the 2012 budget.
    So his submitting a budget that cut spending was just my imagination? And he is not going to sign the law? He did not use his influence to push the two sides to come to an agreement?

    The winner is not congress, but the country. Politicians actually worked together and came up with a plan both sides not just can agree on, but mostly like. I think most liberals and most conservatives are pleased with the actual bill. That's a win for us.
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    Your koolaid is over by the Paul Ryan table. Drink up!
    Coming from the Party of NO.....BUDGET........



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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Chappy View Post
    Your koolaid is over by the Paul Ryan table. Drink up!
    This from the guy who believes everything Obama does (or wrongfully takes credit for) is some golden nugget of wisdom. LOL
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Personally, I think that both parties look pretty stupid, making this much fuss over whether or not to cut less than 1% from the budget or not.
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    So his submitting a budget that cut spending was just my imagination?
    You mean the budget Timothy Geitner admitted was unsustainable?

    And he is not going to sign the law? He did not use his influence to push the two sides to come to an agreement?

    The winner is not congress, but the country. Politicians actually worked together and came up with a plan both sides not just can agree on, but mostly like. I think most liberals and most conservatives are pleased with the actual bill. That's a win for us.
    I know, you just can't bring yourself to credit Republicans, but did I imagine all those complaints from Dems, this week about having to make cuts?
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by DrunkenAsparagus View Post
    Personally, I think that both parties look pretty stupid, making this much fuss over whether or not to cut less than 1% from the budget or not.
    Exactly. It is not even gonna make a dent and it looked like little kids on a playground that have not learned how to play well w/each other.
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    While you're enjoying your beverage, here, we have some entertainment for you, you have your choice, NPR or Glenn Beck … oops, apparently Glenn Beck is no longer available, it'll have to be NPR thanks to the Republican House … Thank you, Republicans …
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    Re: Who won the budget deal?

    Quote Originally Posted by Redress View Post
    So his submitting a budget that cut spending was just my imagination? And he is not going to sign the law? He did not use his influence to push the two sides to come to an agreement?

    The winner is not congress, but the country. Politicians actually worked together and came up with a plan both sides not just can agree on, but mostly like. I think most liberals and most conservatives are pleased with the actual bill. That's a win for us.
    Obama gave us.......

    _PORKULUS--Largest Spending Bill in World History
    _2010 Budget--Largest Budget in World History
    _Largest Budget Deficit in World History
    _Largest National Debt in World History

    He went through the Federal Budget line by line and cut 1/2 of 1%.......and then added 20%......he was 100% opposed to these spending cuts......as was most of the Democrat Party.

    And yes Republicans have played their role in debt and deficits......

    ...but if credit is due to anyone for THE LARGEST SPENDING CUT IN US HISTORY.......lay it where it is deserved....

    .............GOD BLESS THE TEA PARTY............
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