A Balanced Approach to Deficit Reduction

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Voting for the interests of the flying public over those less fortunate is reprehensible and appauling.

May 22 at 04:28pm

Shame on the Do Nothing Congress for creating our dysfunctional government. While I appreciate avoiding airline delays, more important problems have been ignored. Shame.

May 7 at 09:06pm

Our children are our future; we must educate them well!

April 30 at 05:11pm

Cuts for the wealthy, not for those whose working class wealth has been stolen.

April 10 at 01:14pm

What kind of a government doesn't prioritize children?

March 20 at 11:02am

DON'T KICK US WHILE WE'RE DOWN.

February 16 at 12:33am

protect children in poverty from malnutrition

February 12 at 10:28pm

Please read my requests above.

February 12 at 05:30pm

Let's do away with Cayman Island evasion of taxes (billions of $) and let the wealthy pay their fair share of taxes.
DO NOT HURT THE SICK, OLD, POOR, and CHILDREN!

February 12 at 05:28pm

Congress to address deficit reduction without further cuts to non-defense discretionary (NDD) programs, which have already done their part to reduce the deficit. NDD programs are not the reason behind our growing debt. In fact, even completely eliminating all NDD programs would still not balance the budget. Yet NDD programs have borne the brunt of deficit reduction efforts. Please work together to find a balanced approach to deficit reduction that does not include further cuts to NDD programs.

November 20 at 05:15pm

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