White House Takes Dim View of Boehner Debt Plan

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No surprise here: The White House takes a dim view of Boehner’s speech yesterday.

So my question here is there: Who is more serious about controlling spending, Obama and the Democrats or the Republicans in the House? Though it is very easy to find lots of reasons to criticize the various Republican proposals, at the moment they are the only proposals that are willing, even on a tiny level, to consider entitlement reform.



  • LINO

    Neither one is serious. It is all political posturing.
    Watch and see the debt ceiling raised in the nick of time—if not sooner.

  • LINO

    I have a question.

    When Donald Trump told the world he had a great relationship with “the blacks”, was that the same group referred to by the title of this website?

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