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  • Doing their jobs would be a great gesture
    contrarian
    When did continuing resolutions become an acceptable option to real appropriations process? Are there any limits to Keynesianism? If it doesn't work how do you prove more spending would have worked?
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  • Doing jobs
    Moderate
    Gotta agree to get a budget. Continuing resolutions became the norm because both sides could not agree.-----Keyensianism works. High deficits during economic downturns reduce unemployment. Unemployment has gone down. The economy is a bit better now than what Bush gave Obama. Too bad the GOP got in the way. Recovery might have been sooner.
    worker
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  • The next Prez
    contrarian
    Will inherit an even bigger mess.
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  • Hopefully not. Can't be worse than what Bush gave us unless you talk about Hoover
    Moderate
    And yopu can predict the future? We appear to be on the way to recovery. We are not there yet, but it may be starting
    worker
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  • Only 5%? Really?
    Mr Ed
    POTUS is taking a 5% pay cut. Why not 10% to 20% like the rest of us on furlough?
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  • On the Backs of Civil Servants
    melekali
    The Civil Service has not had a pay increase to adjust for inflation in going on four years. Now they want civil servants to pay for a debt reduction that should happen in Congress in avoiding spending more than we take in with taxes. So is it the President and Congress intention to reduce spending on the backs of those who work for the very government and also pay increased taxes at lower wages?
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  • For the politicians...
    FERS Fed
    ... who created this mess, I'm making a gesture, too. Can you guess what it is?
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  • Boo
    Moderate
    Keep it clean.....Only kidding.
    worker
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