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Opposition Grows As Jack Lew Proves He Doesn't Understand Budgets
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Opposition Grows As Jack Lew Proves He Doesn't Understand Budgets

Jack Lew, President Obama's choice to replace Timothy Geithner as Treasury Secretary, has been in Washington DC a long time. Anyone in public service that long will have quite a record of public statements that will paint an accurate picture for Senators who are considering his nomination.

01/14/2013
New York Times Inflates Obama's Already Over-Inflated Budget Numbers
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New York Times Inflates Obama's Already Over-Inflated Budget Numbers

It's one thing for the Obama administration itself to play fast and loose with budgetary facts, but it's an entirely new realm when the campaign cooks their numbers using questionable methods, and the media follows that up by inflating the falsehood even further.

09/27/2012
MarketWatch Says Obama's Spending Binge Never Happened, Keeps Straight Face
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MarketWatch Says Obama's Spending Binge Never Happened, Keeps Straight Face

Just when you thought media bias couldn't possibly be more blatant, along comes this article from MarketWatch, a purportedly trusted source of Wall Street news. (Never mind that MarketWatch is operated by CBS, who should change their acronym to Cooing Barack Supporters ... but I digress).This article so blatantly misrepresents the facts that it's difficult to know where to start:By Rex Nutting, MarketWatch

05/23/2012
FreedomRadio: Dean Clancy on this Week's House Budget Votes
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FreedomRadio: Dean Clancy on this Week's House Budget Votes

Click to listen! Yesterday, the House passed Paul Ryan's ten-year budget plan on mostly party lines while rejecting President Obama's budget unanimously. In my audio update this morning, I discuss the votes and give a brief look at the state of the national budget debate.

03/30/2012
House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414
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House Passes Ryan’s Budget 228-191, Rejects Obama’s 0-414

Today, the House passed a budget -- something Senate Democrats haven’t bothered to do in nearly three years (1,065 days, to be exact). The budget, drafted by House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan, resembles last year’s Ryan budget. It now goes to the Senate, where Harry Reid and his fellow Democrats aren’t likely to take it up.  The House also voted on President Obama’s budget. Want to guess how many votes it got? Zero. That’s right. No one voted for it, not even the Democrats. Ouch. That’s gotta hurt.

03/29/2012
Read Our Lips, House Republicans: Balance the Budget and Don't Raise Taxes
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Read Our Lips, House Republicans: Balance the Budget and Don't Raise Taxes

Today, FreedomWorks joins with other fiscally conservative groups in urging House Republicans to pass a budget that balances in ten years or less and which does not raise taxes.  [Note: The only budget plan FreedomWorks has seen to date that actually reflects these principles is the "Platform to Revitalize America" offered by tea-party-aligned Sen. Rand Paul of Kentucky. This bold, principled plan would balance the budget in 5 years, eliminate 4 cabinet departments, shrink the government, and "stop the debt."] The following letter, signed by FreedomWorks, presents our case to House Republicans and affirms our committment to fiscal responsibility in government. 

03/20/2012
$3.6 Trillion Budget Sets Up Return to Stagflation
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$3.6 Trillion Budget Sets Up Return to Stagflation

Washington, DC – Congress has approved the outline of President Obama’s $3.6 trillion budget.  Although no Republicans voted for the budget, there was bipartisan opposition to Obama’s budget as twenty fiscally responsible Democrats voted against the $3.6 budget busting plan.

04/03/2009