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1 9th May 08:50
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The U.S. propoganda machine is ignoring the future effects of the deficit.

http://www.madison.com/captimes/opinion/column/guest/51565.php

"The London-based Financial Times, in a front page lead story, recently
reported the Treasury Department projection that at the present rate, fixing
the deficit would require "the equivalent of an immediate and permanent 66
percent across-the-board income tax increase." The White House deep-sixed
the Treasury study. The Post ignored it. "
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2 11th May 12:00
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Default Media ignores deficit


The U.S. propoganda machine is ignoring the future effects of the deficit.

http://www.madison.com/captimes/opinion/column/guest/51565.php

"The London-based Financial Times, in a front page lead story, recently
reported the Treasury Department projection that at the present rate, fixing
the deficit would require "the equivalent of an immediate and permanent 66
percent across-the-board income tax increase." The White House deep-sixed
the Treasury study. The Post ignored it. "
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3 11th May 12:29
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Default Media ignores deficit


The U.S. propoganda machine is ignoring the future effects of the deficit.

http://www.madison.com/captimes/opinion/column/guest/51565.php

"The London-based Financial Times, in a front page lead story, recently
reported the Treasury Department projection that at the present rate, fixing
the deficit would require "the equivalent of an immediate and permanent 66
percent across-the-board income tax increase." The White House deep-sixed
the Treasury study. The Post ignored it. "
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4 16th May 23:03
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Default Media ignores deficit


The U.S. propoganda machine is ignoring the future effects of the deficit.

http://www.madison.com/captimes/opinion/column/guest/51565.php

"The London-based Financial Times, in a front page lead story, recently
reported the Treasury Department projection that at the present rate, fixing
the deficit would require "the equivalent of an immediate and permanent 66
percent across-the-board income tax increase." The White House deep-sixed
the Treasury study. The Post ignored it. "
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