Congress' Pre-Christmas Cuts

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Congress' Pre-Christmas Cuts

The House recently voted to cut $1.6 billion in social-program spending right before Christmas. What do you think?

  • "Well, isn't this in keeping with the true spirit of Congress?"

    Babette Layton
    Police Officer
  • "Christmas is a time for fellowship and good will towards men, not a lot of negativity about who is or isn't able to afford food or heat."

    Nick Cardy
    Web Press Operator
  • "Geez, you people are never happy. If the House voted to cut $1.6 billion in social programs in the late spring, you would say they were ruining people's summer."

    Mike Royer
    Furniture Restoration Expert