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Congress and the President will be buying insurance on the exchanges, the same as every other federal employee. If you're research is that far off on something as simple as that, then it rapidly deflates any air, in the other opinions you espouse.
As for "we can't keep borrowing and printing money"? Is your recommendation that this administration should have cut 7 trillion from government spending? Putting our unemployment at 15-20%?
They didn't grow the government like Bush did! They simply kept it the same size, a little less if you figure inflation.
Neither party looks to the future, but people like you, that feel a need to throw obvious lies out there to support your party of choice disgust me.
I respectfully disagree with you! However, you are right on one thing. Nobody seems to be looking to the future except.......Romney!
And you can respectfully disagree with me, the numbers, and the facts, all you want, it doesn't make you anything other than a spreader of known lies and deceitful tactics, to try to argue for the unarguable positions of your party.
Romney can't see what his positions will be a day in the future, let alone having a plan for that future.
Please if your so did of his plan, what is it?
A tax break, that is paid for by closing loopholes in the tax code, is no tax break at all, he's effectively saying he'll give a 20% tax break across the board, but after he closes loopholes, nobody will pay less in taxes? What's the point? Just leave it like it is and save a bunch of everyone's time!
What are his other great plans?