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Don't you notice the (3) OC-CULT Trio of STARS?

The black against red Oc-cult cut-off "Pyramid" like on the Dollar Bill(William of Orange!)?

They are working against the peoples of the USA - stooges!

They are doing it covertly to bring in their N.W.O. plan!

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It's absolutely astonishing how fox turned from being the government lap dog to the government attack dog with the changing administration. Basically they're full of shit VI

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Don't you notice the (3) OC-CULT Trio of STARS?

The black against red Oc-cult cut-off "Pyramid" like on the Dollar Bill(William of Orange!)?

They are working against the peoples of the USA - stooges!

They are doing it covertly to bring in their N.W.O. plan!

I pity Norwich.

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It's absolutely astonishing how fox turned from being the government lap dog to the government attack dog with the changing administration. Basically they're full of shit VI

Really? But they are fair and balanced.

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Governments consume wealth and don't know when to stop.

what is the point of having a debt ceiling if the ceiling is raised when we get near the limit

governments should not be allowed to go into debt in my opinion as the bill is passed on to future generations

http://thehill.com/homenews/senate/57493-s...iling-above-12t

The Senate must move legislation to raise the federal debt limit beyond $12.1 trillion by mid-October, a move viewed as necessary despite protests about the record levels of red ink.

The move will highlight the nation’s record debt, which has been central to Republican attacks against Democratic congressional leaders and President Barack Obama. The year’s deficit is expected to hit a record $1.6 trillion.

Democrats in control of Congress, including then-Sen. Obama (Ill.), blasted President George W. Bush for failing to contain spending when he oversaw increased deficits and raised the debt ceiling.

“Washington is shifting the burden of bad choices today onto the backs of our children and grandchildren,†Obama said in a 2006 floor speech that preceded a Senate vote to extend the debt limit. “America has a debt problem and a failure of leadership.â€

Obama later joined his Democratic colleagues in voting en bloc against raising the debt increase.

Now Obama is asking Congress to raise the debt ceiling, something lawmakers are almost certain to do despite misgivings about the federal debt. The ceiling already has been hiked three times in the past two years, and the House took action earlier this year to raise the ceiling to $13 trillion.

Congress has little choice. Failing to raise the cap could lead the nation to default in mid-October, when the debt is expected to exceed its limit, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner has said. In August, Geithner asked Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) to increase the debt limit as soon as possible.

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It's absolutely astonishing how fox turned from being the government lap dog to the government attack dog with the changing administration. Basically they're full of shit VI

True but its not astonishing at all, the liberal media are lapping up this "new" regime.

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