From: Tom Enright <>
Subject: Re: $1.1 trillion deficit... discuss
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On Thursday, February 8, 2018 at 11:57:31 AM UTC-5, wrote:

> Clinton ran on a platform that included major welfare reform and
> cutting both the federal workforce and agency budgets. He raised
> taxes on the richest tiers and cut defense spending. 

Ah...WTF?  Are you serious?  'Welfare reform' was a product of the GOP, 
though Clinton deserves credit for signing it despite allegations from
his party that it was a Nazi-inspired genocide.   'Cutting the federal
workforce' was reducing the size of the military, and he, and Bush I, 
had this luxury granted to them by Reagan. 


-Tom Enright