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Budget vote might have prevented sequestration

March 9, 2013

Editor: Sen. Manchin says Congress won’t work in a bipartisan manner to replace the sequestration....

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TruthSeeker

Mar-12-13 7:37 AM

Manchin isn't going to be employed next election. You cannot believe him anymore than you can believe Obama. His little act last election with a 'borrowed' rifle in his campaigning ad was faked. His "on-board" with Obama's socialist agenda of gun control just lost him his job.

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TruthSeeker

Mar-10-13 7:06 AM

Fed, wake up, Obama has not had a single budget in the 4 years he's been in office, and has none for this year. He has NEVER submittled a budget......NEVER. You are the one who's trying to cover up for him. Go to the Congressional website and show us one budget he's submitted since he's been in office. There aren't any.

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TruthSeeker

Mar-09-13 6:08 PM

I am even shocked that the InterMountain "allowed" this article to be commented about. Seems EVERY article about the Governor and his cohorts like Manchin get NO COMMENT SECTION. Little lefties can't take the heat.

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TruthSeeker

Mar-09-13 6:04 PM

Obama and democrats hate budgets; it doesn't allow them to spend spend spend OUR money foolishly and then complain (as always) that they now need to raise our taxes.

The liberal children always have the SAME answer to every problem; RAISE TAXES!

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fedupas1canbe

Mar-09-13 1:10 PM

there is a budget every year. and no matter how many times you say something if its a lie it will still be a lie, referring to your voting machine crap. if the republicans would nominate someone rather than mitts and sarahs and mccains then maybe they could win an election.

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