Red State rhetoric on deficit misses ...

Red State rhetoric on deficit misses reason

There are 3 comments on the TwinCities.com story from Dec 12, 2010, titled Red State rhetoric on deficit misses reason. In it, TwinCities.com reports that:

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., knows how to look out for his constituents' interests, at least their short-term ones, but his explanation of his dissent from the Simpson-Bowles deficit reduction commission exposes one of the great ironies of U.S. fiscal policy.

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Minneapolis, MN

#1 Dec 17, 2010
I absolutely love that a factual article by the non-partisan Mr. Lotterman that shows how the blue states whom are called socialist and accused of being bad for business actually are the productive states that generate the wealth of this nation and we are socialistic in that we subsidize the states that HATE socialism in all forms. The right is really clueless, but they are completely unaware of it
Juan Reynoso

New Braunfels, TX

#2 Dec 17, 2010
The Max Baucus I used to know was Honest and of good character; but Washington change this honest congressman, now Senator Max Baucus the corrupt, liar and SOB-MF member of the US Senate.
I hope Montanas vote this MF out of office. Montana needs a Senator of good character and American values, to represent Montanas and the interest of the American people.
Constitution

Redondo Beach, CA

#3 Dec 17, 2010
where are the commenters wrote:
I absolutely love that a factual article by the non-partisan Mr. Lotterman that shows how the blue states whom are called socialist and accused of being bad for business actually are the productive states that generate the wealth of this nation and we are socialistic in that we subsidize the states that HATE socialism in all forms. The right is really clueless, but they are completely unaware of it
You want to be part of a political party so badly that you really cannot see that we are getting screwed by democrats and republicans?

Politicians use divide and conquer tactics, keeping Americans fighting about which side is right and wrong, while both sides continue to rape and pillage the United States.

If it is the fault of one side or the other, then why has our downward spiral continued for nearly a century under democrat and republican leadership?

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