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Sunday Reflection: When Jimmy Carter Is your best-case scenario, you’re in trouble – Washington Examiner

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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Sunday Reflection: When Jimmy Carter Is your best-case scenario, you're in troubleWashington ExaminerCarter had big government, but Obama has brought us monstrous government, running up bigger deficits in the first half of his first term than Bush ...

Debt hypocrisy in a time of crisis – Washington Examiner (blog)

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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Debt hypocrisy in a time of crisisWashington Examiner (blog)All that time, Democrats complained about the deficit and the national debt. Now that a Democrat is in power, conservatives continue to complain about the spending, which has gotten even worse...

Buzz Vox for May 1, 2011 – Bluffton Today

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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Buzz Vox for May 1, 2011Bluffton Today“The wars in Iraq, Afghanistan and now Libya have collectively cost billions but it seems Republicans are still pretending that domestic social justice programs are responsible for the huge national debt.” “O...

GOP prospects don’t light much fire in New Hampshire – Kansas City Star

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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GOP prospects don't light much fire in New HampshireKansas City StarWith the nation facing an estimated $7 trillion in new deficits in the next 10 years, and the national debt already near $14.3 trillion, she sees a future economy so tepid her chil...

GOP prospects don’t light much fire in New Hampshire – McClatchy Washington Bureau

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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GOP prospects don't light much fire in New HampshireMcClatchy Washington BureauWith the nation facing an estimated $7 trillion in new deficits in the next 10 years, and the national debt already near $14.3 trillion, she sees a future economy so tep...

A ‘Radical’ Plan To Cut Military Spending – WBEZ

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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A 'Radical' Plan To Cut Military SpendingWBEZDefense is the US government's biggest discretionary expenditure, but given the level of the national debt — and the drive to reduce government spending — calls are louder than ever to find c...

A ‘Radical’ Plan To Cut Military Spending – WBUR

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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A 'Radical' Plan To Cut Military SpendingWBURDefense is the US government's biggest discretionary expenditure, but given the level of the national debt — and the drive to reduce government spending — calls are louder than ever to find c...

A ‘Radical’ Plan To Cut Military Spending – Vermont Public Radio

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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A 'Radical' Plan To Cut Military SpendingVermont Public RadioDefense is the US government's biggest discretionary expenditure, but given the level of the national debt — and the drive to reduce government spending — calls are louder tha...

A ‘Radical’ Plan To Cut Military Spending – NPR

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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A 'Radical' Plan To Cut Military SpendingNPRDefense is the US government's biggest discretionary expenditure, but given the level of the national debt — and the drive to reduce government spending — calls are louder than ever to find co...

A ‘Radical’ Plan To Cut Military Spending – NPR

Saturday, April 30, 2011

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A 'Radical' Plan To Cut Military SpendingNPRDefense is the US government's biggest discretionary expenditure, but given the level of the national debt — and the drive to reduce government spending — calls are louder than ever ...

Obama's National Debt Impact

Upon Inauguration: $10,626,877,048,913
As of Sep 12, 2019: $22,557,781,101,458
In 10.6 yrs Increased: $11,930,904,052,545
George Bush (8yrs): $4,899,100,310,609
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