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Senior Adviser David Axelrod (D)
Location: District of Columbia
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Taxes
James Cookey Posted 5 years ago
Don't tell me they can't find 3% to cut from the non-budget without hurting WE THE PEOPLE... It's all lies:
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Other
James Cooksey Posted 5 years ago
Barack Obama spent $800,000,000,000 (800 Billion) for so-called Economic Stimulus.....
There were approximately 115 million individual tax returns filed in 2009.
So, do the math, if Obama had taken the same 800 billion dollars and divided it equally between the 115 million people who filed tax returns in 2009, that would have been a cash in hand amount of $6,956 and change in a 115 million people's checking account.... I BELIEVE THAT WOULD HAVE STIMULATED THE ECONOMY....
Please pass this on and respond!
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Ethics
Bob A. Posted 6 years ago
I just watched you on television dodging the question about the Democrat controlled Senate not offering a budget. Your answer was just political babble. Honestly you saying they are "policy issues" and other bologna is just another example of leaders (you included) not being willing to drive our nation to a solution. I am asking you to define what specifically what you see as the reason that the Senate doesn't offer a budget and why to a typical American like me that this example of our government isn't functioning to solve the problems facing our nation. Simple question right?
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Senior Citizen Posted 6 years ago
The Federal Budget should be passed by the House (in accordance with our Constitution and forwarded the proposal or action in the Senate. There is no doubt that the House has accomplished their Constitutional responsibility for the last couple of years. The Senate has failed to seriously consider the House passed H.R. Who controls the Senate? Oh, yes, its the Democrats.
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