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Published: Saturday, Oct. 12 2013 11:55 a.m. MDT

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george of the jungle
goshen, UT

May be Obama is right to put the blame on Bush. Kennedy was trying to put money an solid ground with his silver backed dollars. Bush, CIA director, Should of protected the President.

one vote
Salt Lake City, UT

A tea party representative wants to default on our debt comparing it to the american revolution. Is the tea party then going to write a new Constitution that permits a minority party to shut down government as a valid means to govern?

My2Cents
Taylorsville, UT

Party affiliation is baseless on the budget, its accounatble spending that is their duty and obligation to this country.

The president is wrong that a budget is not right, it is the law that a budget be established and voted on every year. Obama is not a dictator or one man government with one man laws, he is a pawn who has no rights to negotiate the budget or spend money without a budget.

This budget spending if it is done according to the mandates and for essential governemnt this country is in for a complete colappse of the socialist leaders have implanted without authority of rights. Many welfare funding will be downsized, education funding will be downsized, debt reduction will become priority agenda and it means non essential government will be cut. The military budgets must increase with CIA, NSA, and all spy agency budgets reduced to zero. We are not at war and spy's have outlived their purposes.

Education and the obamacare are not essential government and must be chopped to shreds. National wealth is a lie, we are poor and impoverished as a country. No more food stamps, no common core no more school feeding programs.

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