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Will military pay or benefits be cut if Congress fails to adopt the Congressional committee deficit-reduction recommendations under the debt ceiling legislation passed in August?

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December 14, 2011 @ 10:00pm PST

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Most by: SneakyPete (6 predictions)

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Tom501   •   Thu Dec 15 2011 at 07:52am PST

What is your timeline for judging this question? The date for its close has now passed with no action being taken to cut pay or benefits.

SneakyPete   •   Sun Nov 06 2011 at 06:41am PST

I doubt that individual military members pay or benefits will be cut if Congress fails to adopt the Congressional committee deficit-reduction recommendations. Defense programs or projects would probably be hit instead.

SneakyPete   •   Mon Sep 26 2011 at 03:13pm PDT

Report: Wall Street fills debt-panel’s coffers
The finance, real-estate and insurance sectors have pumped nearly $41 million into the campaign accounts of the 12 members of a so-called supercommittee that must decide whether to increase taxes on financial interests to help reduce the deficit, according to a report being released today by two liberal-leaning groups

Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., who chairs the Senate Finance Committee, was the biggest recipient of financial sector money, collecting nearly $6.2 million since 1989, the report from Public Campaign and National People’s Action shows. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., was second with $6.1 million. Rep. Jeb Hensarling, R-Texas, who was elected in 2002, was the top House recipient on the committee of the industry’s money, collecting nearly $3.9 million.

http://content.usatoday.com/communities/onpolitics/post/2011/09/super-committee-wall-street-donations/1

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