Crossfire | Weeknights @ 6:30 pm ET on CNN

Join the debate

Jump in the Crossfire by using #Crossfire on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Jump in the Crossfire by using #Crossfire
on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

Are you happy with the budget deal?
December 10th, 2013
07:05 PM ET

Are you happy with the budget deal?

Washington (CNN) – House and Senate negotiators reached a bipartisan budget compromise on Tuesday that would prevent another government shutdown, if approved by Congress. FULL STORY

We want you to weigh in: Are you happy with the budget deal?

Vote by tweeting yes or no using #Crossfire or comment on our Facebook post. View results below or through our Poptip results page.

Posted by
Filed under: Fireback • government shutdown
soundoff (3 Responses)
  1. Laurene

    Treatment of this condition depends upon your resolve
    and action to get rid of it. Carb counting gets very simple with this gadget and you can also get other nutrient information for the exact serving which you plan to eat.
    While you're on the program, you may have blood work and doctor appointments regularly to monitor your health and progress.

    April 11, 2014 at 6:10 am | Reply
  2. ProtectAmericanJobs

    Wow – They actually worked together and got something done.

    We still need the details – But, let's all hope that it's in the best interests of the American people that they're supposed to represent.

    Maybe this will be a good start. Because Americans still need our elected leaders from both parties to start working together on actually trying to fix the real problems in our country like outsourcing, illegal immigration, the out of control costs of health care insurance and our reliance on foreign fuel.

    Fix them together as Americans! – Because united we'll stand, but divided we'll fall.

    Now if our leaders would really start making decisions based on the fact that they are elected by the Citizens of the United States of America to represent the best interests of those citizens and the country itself, we'd all be better off.

    The American people just need them start remembering that they are NOT elected to represent the Global Market Place, lobbyists or foreign citizens!

    December 11, 2013 at 11:49 am | Reply
    • HereInTheUSA

      The extended unemployment benefits need to be renewed. We need to make smart cuts, but massive cutting just puts more people on unemployment, which just depresses the economy even further.

      Let's face it – Over the last 2-3 decades both parties have been selling out the bulk of the American citizens, who they're supposed to represent, by allowing the incursion of illegal aliens (cheap labor) and the "out-sourcing" floodgates to open wider and wider without taking any sensible measures to stem the tide.

      Our economic problems didn't happen overnight. It's been happening over the past 15-20 years, but the economy was kept going by middle class Americans tapping into the equity on their homes until they were completely tapped out.

      Returning private sector jobs to American Citizens will provide income tax revenue to OUR Government versus our government having to pay unemployment benefits to those who would be jobless instead. We need our elected officials to Start Protecting American Jobs and do whatever it takes to bring back the jobs they let go. We need leaders who will actually stand up for the American people.

      The ONLY REAL FIX for our great country is to Raise Revenue, by Bringing Back Jobs to US Citizens who Pay Income Tax.

      The bottom line is that “Our Government” has to protect domestic industry and the jobs that those industries provide. If they do that, the rest will take care of itself.

      December 11, 2013 at 1:43 pm | Reply

Post a comment


 

CNN welcomes a lively and courteous discussion as long as you follow the Rules of Conduct set forth in our Terms of Service. Comments are not pre-screened before they post. You agree that anything you post may be used, along with your name and profile picture, in accordance with our Privacy Policy and the license you have granted pursuant to our Terms of Service.