GOP candidates want to reverse Obama’s gains with huge tax cuts for the rich that helped create the Bush deficit the President has erased
Some people may errantly conclude that Republicans, as typical conservatives, are so set in their ways they are naturally unwilling to change, but although that is a very accurate conclusion, it is not the case when it comes to the nation's deficit.
Americans are being held responsible for Republicans' debt for two unnecessary wars, costly prescription plan, tax cuts for the rich, and gifts to the oil industry.
Americans can hardly take much more economic abuse from Republicans and Wall Street CEOs, panting to cut spending under the guise of debt or deficit reduction just to enrich wealthy industrialists.
It is time for Democrats to call out the absurd canard that taking money out of the economy helps the economy grow. There is a time to address debt, but it is not during an economic downturn.
One can say with confidence that when Republicans find an economic policy that fails, they are duty-bound to repeat it regardless the consequences.
A cabal of CEOs who are upset about the fiscal cliff deal are proposing that corporate America bypass the legislative process and lay out a plan for deficit reduction.
Telling the truth about Republicans will garner outrage and after the President's statements, Republicans were furious.
As a hateful attempt to cut the nation's deficit, and avoid the dreaded fiscal cliff, the GOP is going all in to make cuts to Medicare despite the damage to the nation's elderly, and the budget.
Regardless one's definition of treason, Norquist and his Republican acolytes are guilty of acting against the government with the goal of destroying it.
When Romney says he knows how to reduce deficits and balance budgets, he is lying because it is not the business model he used to create his enormous wealth.
With fiscal cliff in sight, Republicans will not accept anything less than austerity measures that guarantee to kill 2 million jobs in 2013.