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Federal deficit still a problem that needs lawmakers’ attention

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To read the news, you’d think America’s fiscal problems are under control. After all, following four years of $1 trillion-plus deficits, this year’s will be “only” $642 billion. And Congress actually cut spending this year by letting the sequester happen. So rather than worry about the debt, some are using this “progress” as a reason to focus on jobs and the economy. But this would be wrong. Here are the facts: The sequester cuts affected ...

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July 7, 2013
7:18 a.m.

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Obama will fix it. He thinks about this every minute of every day. He is focused on jobs and the economy like a laser. If the Republicans would just forget about fast and furious, Benghazi, the IRS, Wiretapping reporters, record deficits, golfing, 100 million dollar vacations, a disastrous Health Care plan and a nightmarish foreign policy, and just work with probably our greatest leader ever, the deficit would be fixed. This guy has won the Nobel Peace prize, is universally regarded as the smartest president we've ever had, been in all 58 states to hear the people. Republicans should just stand aside, let the man rule and regale in his greatness.