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Taking on deficit reduction – Charlotte Observer

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Charlotte ObserverTaking on deficit reductionCharlotte ObserverClinton said that as foreign countries buy up almost half the national debt, controlling its growth "is a national sovereignty issue. ...and more »

Taylor Armerding: It’s so much easier just to blame everything on racism – The Salem News

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Taylor Armerding: It's so much easier just to blame everything on racismThe Salem NewsAccording to the allegedly smart people who flutter adoringly around the Obama administration — and we know that anybody who is really smart will be an ...and m...

To be expected? – Bennington Banner

Friday, April 30, 2010

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To be expected?Bennington BannerConcerning the federal debt, no matter how wacko or irrationallyanti-Obama some Tea Partiers or cable TV shouters might seem, our national debt and routine ...

What In The World Is A Value Added Tax? – NHPR

Friday, April 30, 2010

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What In The World Is A Value Added Tax?NHPR... of President Obama's Economic Recovery Advisory Board, suggested the US might benefit from implementing a value added tax to reduce the national debt. ...and more »

Nonfiction review: ’13 Bankers’ – San Francisco Chronicle

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Nonfiction review: '13 Bankers'San Francisco ChronicleThe book's title is drawn from the number of bankers that President Obama invited to a March 2009 meeting he called to quiet the furor that erupted after ...

In Depth: Sodrel, Young Battle In 9th District GOP Primary – WFPL

Friday, April 30, 2010

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In Depth: Sodrel, Young Battle In 9th District GOP PrimaryWFPLI feel like it's time for a change, to use Obama's rhetoric, he's given us change we can choke on, though,” he said with a laugh. Also on Republican ballot ...

Readers’ voice: May 1, 2010 – Charleston Gazette

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Readers' voice: May 1, 2010Charleston GazetteWhy don't you print in the Readers' Voice about who caused our national debt. Seventy-five percent of it was caused by Reagan, Bush Sr. and Bush Jr. Obama ...

David Reynolds: Back to the center – Augusta Free Press

Friday, April 30, 2010

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David Reynolds: Back to the centerAugusta Free PressRepublican Lance was worried about the national debt; Democrat Holt was worried about his next election. Both honest worries. The big surprise of the day ...

The Debt Commission and Obamacare – Heritage.org (blog)

Friday, April 30, 2010

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The Debt Commission and ObamacareHeritage.org (blog)According to the Congressional Budget Office (CBO), if the Obama budget were adopted in full, just the interest on the national debt would exceed $900 ...and more »

Pelosi Statement on First Meeting of National Commission on Fiscal … – Melodika.net (press release)

Friday, April 30, 2010

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Pelosi Statement on First Meeting of National Commission on Fiscal ...Melodika.net (press release)"President Obama's fiscal commission is charged with making decisions to rein in our national debt and restore accountability and common sense to...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Apr 27, 2017: $19,846,491,745,846
In 8.3 yrs Increased: $9,219,614,696,933
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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