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"The sequester proposal was Mr. Obama's idea, was passed by a bipartisan vote in Congress, and was signed by Obama under the threat that he would not accept anything less than what he proposed."
Quit frankly - why shall he? He has the right politic in this days. America is totally under taxed. America has to race his taxes. No doubt about that. And cuts are necessary too. America needs not the largest and biggest defense account worldwide. For what. Face the reality - without dramatic changes America is done. Hypothetical! If Mitt the clown Romney will be in office now, what will be happen? Answer: The debt limit will be raced to $ 25 Trillion! And the Republicans will me and you believing that is outstanding politics. BS!!!!!!However one national institution wants to largely withstand the pressure of the spar. The Smithsonian Institution, operator of the most prestigious museums in Washington DC, was in previous budget debates often among the first victims. They must once again save good $50 million. This should be achieved mainly through the reduction of construction projects, a spokeswoman said. The museums remain so far as open.Means - American can be open too.
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