Tom But Democrats cast Ryan’s plan as an all-out assault on the poor and working class. More than $700 billion in cuts to Medicaid over 10 years would force hundreds of thousands of seniors from nursing home care, for instance, while $135 billion cut from food stamps and other nutrition aid would increase hunger. Eliminating a mandatory funding stream for Pell Grants would mean fewer poor kids could dream of college, they said, while cuts to education, scientific research and NASA would harm U.S. competitiveness.
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FEC. “I don’t think the Koch brothers lack for free speech,” Sen. Chuck Schumer later mused. Reid — whose wife reportedly coined the slogan “addicted to Koch” — has made an almost daily ritual of bashing the libertarian-leaning industrialists on the Senate floor. He’s been equally diligent in tying their agenda of fewer regulations and a drastically smaller federal government to the GOP in Washington. Reid’s take on the House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan’s budget proposal? Republicans want to create a “Koch-topia” that would harm seniors and the poor.
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Strategy and what? Could it be a fat-finger typing mistake? PwC’s excuse is that it had to think of something.
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