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Monday, September 19, 2005
Where's the Money Going to Come From? Tony Auth's Sunday cartoon sums up a fact of life: Along with questions about managing a war and disaster relief come questions about managing the nation's money. President Bush has said no new taxes, which means cuts in other programs, like senior prescriptions, or even bigger deficits. Can we really afford to pay for all this -- even by deferring paying? Your thoughts?