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Jeff Jacoby

A contest between big spenders

By Jeff Jacoby
Globe Columnist / July 15, 2004

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FOR FISCAL conservatives, the choice this election could hardly be more depressing. In the Republicans' corner is George W. Bush, who presides over the most bloated federal budget in US history. Bush's profligacy has left in tatters the traditional GOP claim to fiscal rectitude. He has uncomplainingly signed into law every pork-stuffed appropriations bill sent to him by Congress. He ... (Full Article: 805 Words)

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