Pagan,Just can't keep federal budgets and New Jersey state budgets
separate, can you?Cannot be honest enough to include in your
standard cut and paste attack on Christie that he repaid the state, can you?I guess you also missed the part about S&P saying if there had been
a balanced budget amendment as part of the deal (which Bachmann supported) there
would not have been a downgrade.You also ignore the part about BO
spending significant;y more than anyone else, don't you?
So, how DO Republicans plan to keep the debt down? *'AP: Lawmaker
seeks hearing on NJ gov's chopper use' - By Angela Delli Santi - AP - Published
by DSNews - 06/02/11 'TRENTON, N.J. A Democratic state lawmaker said
Thursday she'll convene a hearing into (Republican) New Jersey Gov. Chris
Christie's use of a state police helicopter to fly to his son's baseball
game.' *'Strike up the band! House votes to restore money' - By
Donna Cassata - AP - Published by DSNews - 07/06/11 'By voice vote
Wednesday, the Republican-controlled House restored $120 million for the armed
services' 100-plus military bands...' *Amid spending battle, GOP rep
renovates office by Michael Biescker AP Published by DSNews 08/07/11
'A House aide familiar with the program said the renovations typically run about
$60,000 per office, though detailed numbers for McHenry's renovation were not
yet available. '
'ATLANTIC, Iowa Presidential hopefuls Michele Bachmann and Tim Pawlenty on
Monday blamed President Barack Obama's spending policies for...' - Article And where did some of those federal dollars end up?
*'Bachmann's husband got $137,000 in Medicaid funds' - By Michael Isikoff -
MSNBC - 06/28/2011 *'FACT CHECK: Bachmann bomblets raising eyebrows'
- By Jim Drinkard - AP - Published by DSNews - 06/28/11'WASHINGTON
Michele Bachmann's claim that she has "never gotten a penny" from a
family farm that's been subsidized by the government is at odds with her
financial disclosure statements. (sic) The farm, which was owned by her
father-in-law, produced income for Bachmann of at least $32,500 and as much as
$105,000 from 2006 through 2009, according to the reports she filed for that
period. The farm also received federal crop and disaster subsidies, according to
a database maintained by the Environmental Working Group. From 1995 through
2010, the farm got $259,332 in federal payments.' In Michelle
Bachman's bank account.