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White House releases numbers on how sequester could hurt Arizona

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  • John Flanagan posted at 2:24 pm on Tue, Feb 26, 2013.

    John Flanagan Posts: 380

    Yes, we know these potential cuts will hurt badly. How much of this problem are we to ascribe to political differences between both Democrats and Republicans on fiscal management and priorities? How much responsibility is the supportive Democratic Party 's mainstream media prepared to place squarely on the shoulders of an intractable Obama who says he is open to consensus, yet only on his own terms. The Democratic Party spin masters and their media followers will continue to attack Republican proposals merely because their hatred and venom towards conservatives drives them to destroy our economy rather than give an inch. Regardless of the outcome, you can be sure Republicans will receive the blame for the cuts sequestration will bring.

     
  • LennyH posted at 4:34 pm on Mon, Feb 25, 2013.

    LennyH Posts: 1

    Obama and his scare tactics, Doesn't he know how to fix anything, all Obama thinks about is spending You liberals voted him in, so live with him.

     

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