Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Obama's Plan for Deficit Reduction - #2811 - Obama's Solution to Deficit: Spending, Obamacare and Tax Hikes - Hot Air (2) Nancy's One-Party System: Elections Shouldn't Matter as Much as They Do - The Blaze (3) Poll: Support for Health Care Law Drops to 35% - Denver Post

We expected Barack Obama to offer little new in his speech on the budget; I’m not sure we expected as much repetition as we got. Bookended by rhetoric on the kind of America in which he wanted to live, Obama gave a four-step plan to confront the massive and crippling deficits ahead of us that entirely relies on the kind of proposals he’s already aired in the past. He gave little in the way of specifics, and made no mention at all of his deficit commission again. Instead of offering specifics on cuts, Obama instead offered specifics on … more spending.  For a budget-cutting speech, it certainly seemed that Obama was a lot more interested in defending spending than defunding government. Of course, that depends on what part of government we’re cutting. Obama spent most of his time looking at the Pentagon instead of anywhere else..... Read more.......  AW: Just what we need to restore our economic viability to this country, just view the video below to understand what their 'real values' are for us to be totally controlled and manipulated by the progressives and government.


Nancy's One-Party System: Elections Shouldn't Matter as Much as They do - AW:You have to really listen to this to appreciate just what their 'values' must be, and why we need to keep working to elect 'constitutional' conservatives to Congress.

Poll: Support for Health Care Law Drops to 35% - Denver Post -  - A new poll finds support for President Barack Obama's health care overhaul at its lowest level since passage last year. Worries about government deficits that keep rising because of health care costs appear to be driving the numbers.  The Associated Press-GfK poll showed that support for Obama's health-insurance expansion has slipped to 35 percent, while opposition stands at 45 percent, and another 17 percent are neutral. Among seniors, support has dipped below 30 percent for the first time.

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