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Published: Saturday, April 6 2013 11:59 p.m. MDT

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Counter Intelligence
Salt Lake City, UT

No: Obama's ideal plan is silence all opposition, overload the system, crash it, and rebuild it will more "income redistribution" - just like animal farm

Oh, please!
Saint George, UT

@ Counter Intelligence

Well said, well said...

IMAPatriot2
PLEASANT GROVE, UT

What "budget plan"? He hasn't had a credible budget plan for his entire presidency. This is just political posturing by the POTUS. Because of his prior behavior, I can't believe he has any interest in making any hard decisions about our record deficit. I have to conclude that he is only interested in power and social engineering. What a disappointment!

freedom in 2017
paradise, UT

if no plan is not ideal, then for the first time obama is right. the guy is a real trip

mohokat
Ogden, UT

Like the song "Hey big spender". "new spending for public works projects, early education and job training" I am anxious to see how much of this proposed New spending filters its way to is favorite Unions.

rick122948
boise, id

When are people going to wake up and realize that cat calls from the cheap seats isn't what our country needs. Why can't we begin to foster sober discussion and REAL effort to seek consensus rather than compromise, to find real solutions for the country and all people rather than being pandered to by the 1% that want nothing done to improve or fix things but maintain chaos wherein they can continue to syphon the nations wealth into offshore accounts and grow richer at the expense of the 99%.

lost in DC
West Jordan, UT

Rick122948,
Do you foster sober discussion and REAL effort at concensus when you say, "republicans can come along for the ride, but they'll have to ride in the back of the bus" ??

worf
Mcallen, TX

What is Obama's ideal plan?

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