Conservatives now control the House - but not the Senate or the Executive Branch and they are resolved to do - WHAT?????
The National Debt and the deficit are serious - as are unemployment and the poverty that results from underemployment and a weak economy.
So where is the GOP PLAN - with numbers - not the simple-minded platitudes they got elected on? Where's the BEEF? Can anyone find ANY specifics?
Here you go:
The problem is - there's nothing there.
Tax cuts for the rich drive UP the deficit!
Repealing health care will likewise INCREASE the deficit by over a TRILLION dollars.
None of the spending cuts they propose have been SPECIFIED in dollars and cents - and the approximate cuts they propose will NOT eliminate the deficit - much less the national debt. So set aside the rhetoric and I dare you - Find me some numbers that make the claims real.
They are resolved to do one thing...ruin President Obama and the Democratic Party.
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