Who will Win and Who will Lose in America?

Debt deal set to pass but what were the costs?


By Tim Reid and Emily Kaiser

China, Washington’s largest foreign creditor, has been particularly blunt about other countries’ exposure to Washington’s partisan warfare. “The ugliest part of the saga is that the well-being of many other countries is also in the impact zone when the donkey and the elephant fight,” China’s state-run news agency Xinhua wrote in a commentary, referring to the symbols of the Democratic and Republican parties.

Dems furious, see deal as GOP win

The Hill

By Mike Lillis

In the debt-ceiling debate, for instance, House Democrats insisted on tax-revenue hikes that


didn’t materialize and demanded domestic investments that were excluded. The combination, the Democrats charged Monday, saddles the middle class with the burden of reducing the deficit while letting corporations and wealthy Americans off the hook.

Among Top Obama Fundraisers, Influence Seekers Abound


By Michael Scherer
Wednesday, July 20, 2011
This is an old article but it makes you wonder about how this debt problem was worked out.
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