When The Republcans Take Charge

Remmers, Jerry
February 2010
Moderate Voice;2/21/2010, p9
Blog Entry
The article reports on the issues that confront the federal executive and legislative branches run by Republicans in the U.S. It summarizes the current situation in the U.S. by "Newsweek" on the incentive in helping U.S. President Barack Obama by the Republicans. It states that the Republicans ends any stimulus program even if there is evidence that Democrats's 787 billion U.S. dollars plan could have saved the country from depression.


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