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Alternatives by Helen P Rogers

By Helen P Rogers

This e-book was once written because the author's platform in the beginning of a crusade for the U. S. Senate. Her philosophy is inside the forty three web page Prologue and the 38 web page Epilogue. In among you will discover proposed possible choices to 151 concerns the capability candidate believed wanted cognizance. every one resolution starts off with one web page that states the objective in a single or traces by way of a paragraph declaring How the target will be reached. the rest of the advent web page lists the sensible advantages and delicate energy advantages that will take place if the ideas have been enacted by way of the U.S. Congress. What the writer calls the history for every replacement follows the objective web page and runs from one to 4 pages. The one hundred fifty concerns coated comprise accounting practices on Capitol Hill, politicians method of spending, use of belief fund funds, progress of entitlement courses funds, federal firms, civil carrier procedure, govt worker pension approach and diverse concerns related to schooling, healthiness care, housing, the homeless, social mobility, transportation structures, executive monopolies, international investments, our production base, banking, the underfunded FDIC, growth of legislation, our tort process and 131 different matters that may be seen within the 3 web page desk of Contents

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One hundred fifty-five organizations worked calling the fifty members of congress who were waivering. Representative Larry Craig of Idaho claimed to have 270 of the 290 votes needed to pass the amendment—two-thirds if every congress person showed up for the vote! Actually only 286 "yes" votes were needed because of absences, but even so proponents were only able to muster 279 in favor of the amendment—only 7 votes short! Two thirds of the members have to vote for the amendment for it then to be ready to take to the states for their 56 vote.

The idea was to trade $ 165 billion of taxes for $500 billion deficit reduction over five years. Mid-way into the first year the forecast for the cumulative deficits through FY1995 doubled to over a trillion dollars. 6 percent increase over the FY 1991 budget and showed no serious intentions to curb federal spending. It included $22 billion in new spending for social service programs over five years. 6 billion. Passing the buck to states is just one more variation of the budget shell game. In the battle to pass the FY 1990 budget Bill Alexander of Arkansas wanted to submit a bill to redefine the meaning of the term "deficit".

4 billion in FY 1991. " is yes. 9 billion. And every tax hike was accompanied by new promises to cut spending. Members of congress vote on every appropriation and the president signs them—they don't "just happen". Members of congress claim their constituents want them to spend. Maybe but not on items like the following: 1) $84,000 study on why people fall in love. 2) $ 1 million to study bicycling and walking and $50,000 for a staffer to oversee the project. 3) $103,000 to see if sunfish that drink tequila are more aggressive than sunfish that drink gin.

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