Post Tagged with: "GOP spending cuts"

February 11, 2013 06:32

The Cuts That Really Weren’t

“[M]any of their “cuts” cut nothing at all.” The illusion of big “cuts” shows why there is little hope for saving America from the thieving politicians that continue ever increasing spending to fund their own power and wealth.

May 21, 2012 04:53

U.S. Set to Lead World Over Debt Cliff Into Recession

America is set to push the global economy right into the tank. The non-US members of the G8 are well aware of these facts. They must be crapping in their pants at the prospects.

March 31, 2011 07:53

Senator Coburn chides childish senate for not taking tough votes

“I think that tells the American people what they already know. That we don’t care about what the real problems are. We care about the politics.” “Stand up and do the job we were hired to do.”

March 21, 2011 05:21

Congress argues over bar tab on the Titanic

Democrats want to cut spending by one day’s borrowing and GOP wants one week of borrowing cut. David Walker, former comptroller of the US, says that’s like arguing over the bar tab on the Titanic when we’re headed for an iceberg that could sink the ship of state. Peter Schiff and David Walker on with Lou Dobbs.

March 14, 2011 10:19

Rubio joins growing list of GOP who want more cuts faster

“I Did Not Come To The U.S. Senate To Be Part Of Some Absurd Political Theatre” – Marco Rubio

March 3, 2011 06:17

US economy to crash by 2037 – debt will soar to 800% of GDP

CBO budget estimates show that debt will soar to 800% of GDP and “crashes in 2037. Which means the CBO can’t concieve of any way in which the American economy continues past 2037 because of the dire debt.” – Rep. Paul Ryan

March 2, 2011 19:53

Allen West takes on NPR reporter on spending cuts

After battling socialist Democrats who want to keep spending the US into bankruptcy, West holds the line with NPR’s leftist interviewer Judy Woodruff.

February 24, 2011 06:58

GOP RINOs Desert New Conservatives on Funding

The old Establishment GOP, mostly silent in recent weeks since the new upstart conservative rookies have been making good on their promises to cut big spending, suddenly found their voices and as usual, sided with the liberal big-spending Democrats.

February 23, 2011 07:59

$61 Billion in Cuts in Perspective – drop in a bucket of debt

Last week, House Republicans passed a bill that would fund the remainder of fiscal 2011 at $61 billion below fiscal 2010 levels. Senate Democrats are balking at the $61 billion in cuts and the president has issued a veto threat.

February 23, 2011 01:30

Dr. Coburn & Sen. McCaskill on budget cuts

Dr. Coburn and Senator McCaskill discuss the spending bill passed by the House this weekend that would cut current spending by $61 billion. Chris Wallace asks both Senators how much they are willing to cut from the president’s budget and to explain how they recommend doing this.