Oh cut it out John.
Again, another presser which is really more-designed to try to cause the market to have a hissy fit and blow up, thereby lending "pressure" to the "negotiations."
There is no "agreement" that matters -- the only way to solve the problem is to yank the medical monopolies and expire the payroll tax cut.
Do those two things and 80% of the budget problem immediately and permanently disappears.
Fail to do it and nothing else matters.
Today's split of spending and revenues
This is what the US Government is trying to ignore that the left blue bar will grow to:
That's $16 trillion dollars for health care alone in the Federal Budget in 2045.
To Obama, Reid, Pelosi and Bohener: STOP LYING.
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