Can you explain the difference between lowering the Federal Budget and reducing the percentage...
rate of spending?
They intend to take in less, and spend less. Great plan. Let's see what junk will raise it's ugly head to put their plan firmly in the toilet. N.Korea? Iran? Mexico? Mother Nature? Welcome to the future.
by crankalicious 7 years ago
If you got to balance the federal budget, what programs would you cut?Where would you start cutting? Medicare? Medicaid? Planned Parenthood? Social Security? Defense? Programs for the poor? Health care?
by ngureco 16 months ago
Explain the difference between Miracles and Magic?If you were to drop from another planet to find a magician crutching razors into needles and Jesus feeding 5000 with five loaves of bread and two fish, whom would you think has more powers, and why?
by JON EWALL 7 years ago
Will the US Government be forced to shut down because President Obama and the previous Democrat controlled Congress failed to approve a 2011 budget?
by How? 20 months ago
What is the difference between presentation and seminar?
by India Arnold 5 years ago
Explain the actual difference between the "World Wide Web" and the "Internet" in simple terms.So often I see people who, when speaking or writing, interchange the term "world wide web" and the "internet" without really understanding the differences between...
by horizonz 17 months ago
What is the difference between poem and rhyme?
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