If you thought the debt ceiling drama was good, just wait...

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"The fault dear Brutus, is not in our stars but in ourselves..." William Shakespeare

As the Nation's most recent political drama winds down, with all sides claiming victory, I'm weary of the blame being tossed around. Republicans blame Democrats for not getting more. Tea Party folks blame the Republicans for not getting a lot more. Democrats blame the Republicans for getting too much and the Tea Party folks for making the GOP so difficult to deal with this go-round.

No one is pleased with President Obama. (Shocker, eh?)

I can only imagine what today's talk shows will be like...

We should ignore all of it...

The gist of the deal struck Sunday evening calls for $1 trillion in cuts now, with more cuts ($1.5 Trillion) coming, especially to the defense budget if the bipartisan committee fails to come up with at least $1.5 Trillion in additional cuts. Medicare will be...

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