|Sequester Panic Distracts Obama from Red Agenda|
|by Tom McGregor||Mon, Mar 4, 2013, 12:03 AM|
The Mainstream Media is expressing grave concerns that the GOP-controlled Congress will remain stubborn on sequester talks, which could distract President Barack Obama from pushing forward his Marxist agenda on Capitol Hill. The Leftist Reuters news agency is warning Americans about a slowdown of Socialist reforms in Washington D.C.
Reuters reports that, "the failure by Obama and Republicans to agree to halt the $85 billion ‘sequester’ cuts virtually guaranteed that fiscal issues would remain center stage in Washington for weeks, crowding out Obama’s proposals to reform immigration, tighten gun laws and raise the minimum wage."
Obama anxiously awaits for 'Sequester Depression,' to cause massive unemployment, so he can get his budget bill signed and return to implementing his Red Agenda.
According to Reuters, "at the heart of Washington's persistent fiscal showdowns is disagreement over how to slash the budget deficit and the $16 trillion national debt, bloated over the years by wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and government stimulus for the ailing economy."
Nevertheless, Obama pledged to continue his 'tax and spending' ways by urging Congress to sign UN-mandated climate change carbon trading schemes.
To read the entire article from Reuters, link here:
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