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Del 2 af 2 - Lars Hedegaard har i et alenlangt video-interview med Asger Trier Engberg sagt nogle sandheder om Islam, som han ikke har pakket ind i det påkrævede politisk korrekte indpakning. Nu beskyldes han af Ole Birk Olesen fra den liberale netavis 180grader og bloggeren Lars Pilegaard (Raapil) for hetz mod Muslimer.
En gefundenes fressen for dagbladet Politiken der også straks har givet sit besyv med.
Deadline studievært er Mads Brügger - Sendt på DR2 den 21 december 2009
Del 1 af 2 - Lars Hedegaard har i et alenlangt video-interview med Asger Trier Engberg sagt nogle sandheder om Islam, som han ikke har pakket ind i det påkrævede politisk korrekte indpakning. Nu beskyldes han af Ole Birk Olesen fra den liberale netavis 180grader og bloggeren Lars Pilegaard, bedre kendt som Raapil, for hetz mod Muslimer. Et gefundenes fressen for dagbladet Politiken der også straks har givet sit besyv med.
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ANCHOR CHRISTINA HARTMAN
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Will it or won’t it? Have they or haven’t they? A federal government shutdown’s been looming for weeks, and once again Congress has a matter of days to reach an agreement. The media are debating Friday’s outcome-- but it seems Congress is split.
“So here’s the crazy thing. Senator Harry Reid and Senator Chuck Schumer are like the deal’s done. Yeah, but John Boehner says the deal’s not done and then Trish Turner, one of the producers who’s got sources like nobody else says listen, the deal’s done.”
MSNBC political analyst Mark Halperin tells a panel on Morning Joe - a gap between leadership and congressional members could hold up an agreement.
“The question still is where will the votes come from for the continuing resolution and for any big deal? The only way to do it is to get votes in the center. You must lose the far right and the far left, and right now I don’t see that being on the right trajectory even for the continuing resolution. I think the leaders will strike a deal, but I’m not sure it’ll pass on the floor.”
Republicans proposed $61 billion in spending cuts, and Democrats have countered with $33 billion, but NBC’s Tracie Potts suggests-- that’s not the real problem.
TRACIE POTTS: “The disagreement seems to not be on how much to cut but what.”
FACE THE NATION: “We can’t do it on a program for little kids. We can’t do it on homeless veterans.”
MEET THE PRESS: “Close down the environmental protection agency’s efforts to keep our air clean and our water pure. I mean, that sort of thing is irresponsible.”
Fox News’ Carl Cameron suggests it may already be too late to meet Friday’s deadline... even if the two sides reach some sort of agreement.
“The problem is the calendar. If a compromise could be reached, the House needs three days to pass it. Then the Senate needs another 3 days on top of that to do its work.”
Temporary funding expires Friday at midnight - but as TIME’s Adam Sorenson writes - TECHNICALLY it expires Wednesday - since legislation has to be made public no less than 72 hours before a vote. Still - Sorenson predicts - a government shutdown won’t happen.
“The costs, political and otherwise, are just too great for both parties. … Republicans fear a backlash a la 1995. They've also spent the last two years accusing President Obama of creating a toxic environment of uncertainty... Allowing the federal government to shut its doors for an indefinite period ... would seriously undermine that argument.”
And whether the deadline’s met, bigger financial woes could be on the docket. Tuesday House Budget Chairman Paul Ryan is expected to announce the party’s 2012 proposed budget - a resolution, he told Fox, that could result in 4 trillion dollars in budget cuts.
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BY ZACH TOOMBS
Less than two weeks from its Nov. 23 deadline to find at least $1.2 trillion in deficit reduction measures, the congressional super committee has shown few signs of progress. But its Republican co-chairman, Representative Jeb Hensarling, tells CNN the committee is doing all it can.
“Even though time continues to run off the clock, we are not giving up hope on reaching an agreement with the Democrats until the stroke of midnight on the 23rd.”
In an interview with CNN's State of the Union on Sunday, Hensarling said tax increases, usually poison to the GOP would be “a reality” of any deal with super committee Democrats.
This was evidenced when Republicans offered a proposal that would eliminate tax breaks and enact spending cuts, but CNN reports Democrats rejected it.
“Pat Toomey, who’s a conservative Republican, put out a tax plan this week that sort of was against orthodoxy in that it would raise some tax revenue. It didn’t increase the tax, per se. It would reduce tax breaks that would raise more tax revenue. Democrats rejected it out of hand. They countered with another proposal that raised way more revenue. Republicans didn’t like that.”
FOX News reports the super committee’s failure to reach a deal by Nov. 23 would trigger deep cuts in defense and domestic spending, as agreed upon after the summer’s debt ceiling debate.
“Nov. 23 is the super committee’s deadline to make a deal, and if they don’t then the same law that brought together these six Democrats and six Republicans in Congress will trigger $1.2 trillion in automatic cuts, including $600 billion to the Pentagon.”
Media reaction to the super committee’s progress -- or lack thereof -- has varied. A columnist for Reason**** says:
“... these are hardly dramatic cuts. Some Democrats have cried foul about the potential Medicare cuts, but they’re capped at 2 percent, which would barely make a dent in the program’s rapidly growing spending... while defense spending (would be returned) back to levels not seen since the dark days of...2007.”
But a columnist for The Baltimore Sun has concerns about military spending cuts that could be triggered by the super committee’s indecision, writing:
“U.S. military hardware is aging and becoming less effective — sons are manning fighters flown by fathers, and the typical Air Force bomber is 34 years old... Cyber warfare and the problem of China, which is building a navy to challenge the United States in the Pacific, do not shift U.S. security challenges from one venue to another but rather add to them.”
MSNBC reported this week President Barack Obama called the Republican and Democratic chairpeople of the super committee to remind them indecision is not an outcome he expects to see.
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