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  • n. Plural form of budgeteer.

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Examples

  • I admit I haven ` t examined the budget proposal but I hope the "budgeteers" look at what will be unfunded and if perhaps it should remain that way. madman

    Council May Raise Car Tax, Drop Real Estate Tax at cvillenews.com

  • Reasonable pricing meant to encourage the "budgeteers".

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  • Armchair budgeteers often point out that the U.S. spends more on defense than the next several nations combined.

    Why Defense Cuts Don't Make Sense

  • Well this week, thanks to the marketing smarts of Taco Bell, the Robot 6 budgeteers no longer need make such a dreaded Hobson's choice, because the pseudo-Mexican-food chain has teamed with Marvel Comics to provide a combo pack of comida and comics.

    Take the 'Ultimate' Challenge: Draw upon the TACO BELL & MARVEL alliance

  • Only this week, the president justified his own failure to tackle entitlements in his dud of a 2012 budget by saying that "the chairman of the House Republican budgeteers didn't sign on" to the final report of Mr. Obama's deficit commission.

    Ryan's Charge Up Entitlement Hill

  • And recall that budget "cuts" in the out years are a favorite trick of budgeteers who will be long gone when those cuts never materialize.

    Two facts on the budget

  • The budgeteers claim $630 million in cuts from what are called "orphan earmarks," or construction that never started, and $2 billion more for transportation projects, some of which were likely to be canceled.

    Spending Cut Hokum

  • Mr. Kasich's budgeteers estimate that the bill would have saved Ohio at least $216 million in 2010 and some $1.1 billion for local governments, where most of the state's collective bargaining contracts are negotiated.

    The Buckeye Union Lesson

  • But, filtered through the prism of June Henton's mind it has become a tool for building political will among budgeteers desensitized to the agony of hungry people.

    Dan Silverstein: Life Changing Leadership in a Small Southern Town

  • And to keep the debt estimate down the budgeteers are making wishful assumptions that millions of high-paying jobs will reappear and health care reform will pay for itself.

    Washington Possessed

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