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Old 11-22-2012, 09:40 AM   #12
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The truth is, austerity in a bad economy has been proven again, and again, and again, to be reckless.
History shows otherwise. Unless you rely on politically correct data we're spoon-fed by academia and media.

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Europe, four years ago, as in a similar situation to us. Europe embraced the conservative solution -- austerity.
No Europe is being run by Euro-commies and technocrats. They've been sucked into social welfare state for so long, it's gonna be harder for them to get out of it. It's ruined the mentality of their people

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But it's not terribly surprising. In modern American history, Democrats fix the deficit, Republicans explode it.
That's because Ds like taxes and Rs don't. R's simply do not reduce the welfare-state. Instead they circumvent by not having it paid for because doing so would hurt the economy and impoverish more people. They're damned if they do and damned that they don't.
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