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The Progressive Caucas has proposed $1.3 trillion dollars of federal spending going toward job creation over the next ten years, which is a drop in the bucket compared to the $26 trillion the Federal Reserve gave to rich, but really stupid, investors and banksters during the height of the last economic crisis (See breakdown-of-the-26-trillion-the-federal-reserve-handed-out-to-save-rich-incompetent-investors-but-who-purchase-political-power–JohnHively.wordpress.com, the tail end of which we’re still in. Overly rightous Republican conservative congressman Paul Ryan has proposed zero such spending during the same period. That’s because Ryan’s budget plan is geared toward enriching the 1 percent at the expense of everybody else. Even the parsimonious Wall Street President Barack Obama has proposed more, a tiny amount of $143 billion during the same period.

In a recent poll, 73 percent of American citizens say that job creation should be a government priority.

So why do the Obama and Ryan budget proposals not reflect the will of the people they’re supposed to represent?

Click the link below to check out the answer.

Congressman Paul Ryan of the 1 Percent Vs. Progressive Caucus: Competing Visions on the Federal Budget — Truthout.org

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