“Paul Ryan’s Budget, Simplified: Save the Rich, Spare the Old, Forget the Poor”. This is apparently what passes for impartial news at Yahoo. Any questions about why this website is named IHateTheMedia.com?

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Newsel
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Yahoo have never been “Balanced News”. I use it for e-mail but never read their biased BS crap….maybe time to switch to gmail….

flashingscotsman
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The news stories are usually incredibly stupid, but the comments always show that most of America is immune to the the left’s ignorance. I like to jump in there and see how many leftist losers I can offend.

PsychoDad
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I have Yahoo as a base of operations for a few discussion groups and likes to some lightweight “bored at work” sites, and do have some newsfeeds, but yeah, what appears under their own brand is 99% trash. Most of it sounds like an 8th grade school paper.

poppajoe49
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You mean everything on the Internet isn’t the truth? I’m shocked!

Progressive Hemrrhoid
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Progressive Hemrrhoid

Yahoo has become the internet propaganda arm of “Dear Leader” and the rest of the commiecrats. With a leftist cow for a CEO, who just pissed off all her employees by taking away they’re ability to telecommute to work.

Navyvet2
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I never read the crap Yahoo posts as headlines either on their home page noron their finance page.

Bonfire of the Absurdities
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With a headline like that, you know right off the bat it’s not a serious article. It’s like reading a (s)hit piece on climate change entitled “My ass is on fire and it’s Big Oil’s fault!”

Just call it “YaPoo” news, write a snarky comment and move on. No need to read his bilge.

jcrowley1985
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It’s Corporate Greed’s fault in general for stealing our gold.

Not so silent
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Your fly is open and your stupidity is poking through…Zip it numbnuts.

PsychoDad
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Shut up creepy crawly. Ron Paul is an OPEC tool.

Sidekick
Member

Surprised? Yahoo News is a as much a farce as the old media is.

EDIT: Skimmed the article. It was written by a guy from The Atlantic. Apparently in the writer’s reality the sequester will cut over a trillion dollars over the next 10 years. Hilarious since current budgets or spending is not binding on future Congresses. Then he goes on to mock Ryan for projecting the debt and deficit out to 2080. Not even sure if that’s true or what the context is. Finally, this proggie alleges that the deficit is going down a lot. That is just a straight up lie. Outside the sequester, which is a limit on proposed future spending, no cuts are occurring anywhere. Anyone can project a trillion dollar deficit versus the $1.4T deficits we have been running and say we are balancing the budget but they’d be full of crap.

KW Willy
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So was Paul Ryan’s budget. 41 trillion in additional spending over the next ten years I think it was.