Boehner I vs. Boehner II vs. Reid

July 28, 2011

Still lots of confusion about the fiscal impact of the various budget plans. This chart from Barclays, looking at just non-war, discretionary spending, helps explain things.


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[...] side is talking about anything more than slowing the growth rate of spending. And here’s a useful graph comparing the two plans by Speaker John Boehner and the one by Senate Majority Leader Harry [...]

[...] side is talking about anything more than slowing the growth rate of spending. And here’s a useful graph comparing the two plans by Speaker John Boehner and the one by Senate Majority Leader Harry [...]

Obviously the plans accomplish close to the same amounts but at what costs and to whom?

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