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DNC chief sends an invite to the Tea Party

You know the Democrats are worried about the mid-term elections when Tim Kaine, chairman of the Democratic National Committee, pitches Pres. Obama as a deficit hawk.

"And now the President, with the bi-partisan deficit commission, chaired by former Sen. [Alan] Simpson and Erskine Bowles, is going to be incredibly helpful, I think, in addressing the size of the federal base budget," Kaine said in an interview with David Brody of CBN, starting at 3:43 of the video. "So to those members of the Tea Parties, or others, who are worried about the size of government - this is a president who wanted to do it in a bi-partisan way with the deficit commission, but Republican sponsors voted no - he still has moved ahead, and you're going to see actions taken by the Administration to deal with the size of government."

How about this action: STOP SPENDING.

"In other words, the policy changes embodied in President Obama’s 2011 Budget puts our country $2.5 trillion deeper in debt by 2020 than it otherwise would be if current law were left unchanged," according to this Heritage Foundation analysis after Pres. Obama issued his budget in February.

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