if Not now when do we cut spending?

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Government at every level has been telling us now is not the time to cut government spend for the past 60 years.
So government, if now is not the right time to cut spending when can we cut spending????

Fact is government at every level has been growing for 60 years, but government never cut anything.
Fact is America is being crushed under the weight and cost of government. Liberals always argue they need more money or the sky will fall. Like NYC, NY proposing a new lap dancing tax??

Tell ya what government no more money for you. money is like a drug for government the more they have the more they want to waste.

Lets call the bluff let the sky fall, close down lots of un-needed agencies , departments foreign aid, welfare, those phony wheel chairs for seniors ( there are five of them sitting unused in the garage of my complex all paid for by tax payers).

America is being destroyed from within by excessive government cost.

Lets cut baxk now before we go out of business , cause boys and girls there ain't enough money on the planet to support this mess.
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Dec 2, 2012
 
our federal government is failing us.
We faced revenue short falls along with increasing debt when Regan took office. Regan went to the democaticlly controled congress offering to work out a solution. Congress responded by asking for more tax revenue and promising spending cut would follow.
Regan signed the tax increase they got the additional revenue but never made the spending cuts.
the same thing happened when Clinton took office first term. he signed tax increases but congress never came through with the spending cuts.
It's a matter of public record look it up.
Congress has a established track record of failing to deliver spending cuts.
You or I can not run our homes, business, or church budgets the way congress is running American economy.
I suggest we go over the cliff. it's the only we we will ever see spending reductions.
or we can just give congress more money to waste and we will all go broke as a nation.
Democracy will go to the scrape heap of history as a failed attampt at self governing, and America will turn into a dictatorship with too much government and no freedoms at all.

We Americans will be remembered as too dumb to manage our own national financial affairs, failing to manage or control the people we elect to represent us in washington failing to hold them accountable for what they have brought us today. the edge of bankrupcy.

a pox on every member of congress and president past and present for bringing America to this sad point in our history.

You see boys and girls its both parties mismanaging things for the past 50 years.

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