Promises, Promises

They promise a shutdown, but can they deliver?

Americans can find out which tiny percentage of the government they actually need.

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10 Responses to Promises, Promises

  1. Andy Weiss says:

    The last time there was a shutdown in 1995, did anyone notice?

  2. Ted A says:

    Not enough of the FED was shut down for long enough to do any good.

  3. DirkH says:

    Belgium has a government shutdown for 290 days now.

    No casualties by now.

    • suyts says:

      Strange group, but this is a bit different type of government shut-down. Our government will still be in place, but there will be no funds allocated to facilitate their functions.

  4. Latitude says:

    I was following that link and saw this picture of Obummer…

    …thought the Peewee Herman hairdo was an improvement

  5. Andy Weiss says:

    The Government shut down was followed by another week off for a blizzard in January 1996.

  6. Jim Cole says:

    So when >93% of non-military gummint workers get furloughed as “non-essential”, doesn’t that pretty much answer the question?

    The puff-boys quibbling over $61Bn or $33Bn or $15Bn in “cuts” for FY-2011 only addresses less that 0.5% of the $1,600Bn of DEFICIT SPENDING in the FY budget. This is all on top of another $1,200Bn in so-called “paid-for” spending.


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