snoqueen wrote:The president is responsible for signing the federal budget and makes a great many decisions regarding the use of our tax dollars.
Debbie Wasserman Schultz does not make any decisions regarding the use of our tax dollars.
I suggest you read the Constitution. She does have a role in spending decisions. The President may choose to sign the spending bills that Congress approves. That's how it works. The President doesn't get to spend a dime that wasn't approved by Congress.
Not only does she have her vote on spending as a member of Congress, she was previously on the Appropriations Committee. Maybe you should look up what that committee does.
As always sno, you amaze me with your ignorance.
kurt_w wrote:If you're responding to me, dogmeat, then you're way off track. I don't have any particular interest in Walker's personal finances. I just think you don't quite grasp the meaning of the expression "red herring". That's all.
A red herring is something that distracts. I don't think his personal finances will have any sort of sway in the election. I can't recall a candidate being poor or in debt ever having any real impact on any election.
So I will repeat....
His financial situation is not the red herring some here are pretending it to be.