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Obama could learn lesson from our governor

9:04 PM, Mar. 1, 2013  |  Comments
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How is it that Washington refuses to do anything about the massive $16 trillion debt that's been accumulated over the last few years? I know that the current administration would like to lay the blame on someone else, but the fact of the matter is most of it has been created during the last four years. The time has come for some accountability. We should not be as concerned about who "started it"; we are about to face another economic crisis if it is not addressed.

No matter what anyone says, we do not have a revenue problem at the state level. Our governor showed the nation exactly how to balance a budget without raising taxes by fixing our $3.6 billion budget deficit. Instead of pivoting by laying the blame on the prior administration, the Walker administration got to work fixing the fiscal problems in the state.

Now we are paying higher taxes at the federal level yet see no solution in sight to address our fiscal problems. Our president should be taking lessons from someone that truly cares about taxpayers and take a look at how well we're doing in Wisconsin.

Aaron Wagner

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