John Boner [sic] made a last-minute deal with Harry Reid to keep the country running on a day-to-day basis. Though the Tea Party feels the cuts weren’t deep enough, others feel the democratic concessions went too far. Here are some of the many cuts approved and accepted by the dems and repubes.
Here are just a few of the budget cuts:
– 100,000 cut from from pre-natal nutritional care.
– 450,000 unmarried individuals will not be able to procure birth control.
– 900,000 children will no longer have funding for reading and math programs.
– 30,000 farmers told to submit an additional form to earn their lavish subsidies for agreeing not to bring a crop to harvest.
– 9 wealthy children from the suburbs of Akron will not get federal funding for their “America is Number One” art installation for the History of Ohio musuem outreach program.
On the flip side, here are the budget increases:
– The Pentagon will receive an additional $7.2 billion for the coming year, over last year’s budget.
– Faith-Based initiatives will remain flat, but Faith-Based exploration will receive an addition $1.2 billion in funding nationwide (with all but $46 dollars of it being invested east of the Mississippi.)
– 26 wealthy children from the suburbs of Akron will recieve $3.6 million for their “How Socialism is Ruining America” mural, to be painted with the tears of the homeless on the steps of the Ohio state capital.
– The John Boehner Memorial Museum will receive $92 million in advance funding to plan a library in the honor of “the greatest representative on earth”.
What’s the new budget mean?
The budget isn’t yet fully ratified, with another almost-week before it comes back to another battle. The common man is sure to prevail, however, as sure as the sun rises on America, the middle-class will surely be the biggest beneficiaries of the upcoming tax breaks for the richest 1% of Americans, even though they don’t actually pay any taxes.
Post your thoughts in the comments below, we’re sure they’ll be moderate and reasonable.