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WHAT ABOUT THE DEBT? If a Republican president can’t address a Republican-controlled Congress witho…

WHAT ABOUT THE DEBT? If a Republican president can’t address a Republican-controlled Congress without paying lip service to the idea of cutting spending, what good are Republicans? Okay, a few points, starting with the fact that I actually do care about the debt. But the demise of the Tea Party movement showed that nobody much […]
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