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President Clintons budget will win broad support among Congressional Democrats because it reflects our values Senator Frank Lautenberg httpwwwsenategovlautenberg budgt01htm The non-partisan Congressional Budget Office Thursday said the federal budget for the current fiscal year not only breaks spending caps but also spends 17 billion from the Social Security trust fund httpcnncom1999ALLPOLITICSstories1202cboestimates indexhtml Republican majorities in what has been called the do-nothing Congress find themselves criticizing President Clintons 184 trillion fiscal 2001 do-everything activist budget for not going far enough with tax cuts and growing government httpwww policycomnewsdbriefdbriefarc512asp The Administration more than adequately lays out plans for paying down the publicly held national debt cutting taxes and investing in education the environment child care and health care httpwwwpolicycoma2s2web searchContentSearchResults1asp These are just a few excerpts from articles representing the many different ideological analysisviews about President Bill Clintons final budget of his presidency for the fiscal year 2001 From Democrat to Republican non-partisan to independent each ideological perspective holds its own views values thoughts and concerns about President Clintons budget proposal These ideological perspectives all take into account the analysis of these basic characteristics when observing public policy rationality irrationality uncertainty facts risks and values These basic characteristics of public policy are especially important when examining more complex policy like the federal budget which has been hailed the biggest piece of public policy Phil Mundo 2800 By examining these characteristics of public policy within the context of the 2001 Federal Budget we will be able to see to what extent these ideological analyses incorporate ra tionality irrationality uncertainty facts risks and values in there analyses The first two characteristics of public policy are almost more alike than they are unlike even though they are antonyms Rationality and Irrationality are rather simple to define yet almost impossible when one attempts to apply their definitions especially to public policy The Corel Dictionary defines them as the following Rationality - what is sound or of reason Irrationality -
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