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[17 Mar 2011 | 5 Comments | ]

The U.S. Senate approved a stopgap measure Thursday that will fund the government for three more weeks. While the current proposal cuts $6 billion from the federal budget — former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson doesn’t think it goes far enough.
In fact, Johnson, who is Chairman of the Our America Initiative and has been traveling the country as a self-described “hypothetical candidate” for president, says because of the deficit and the Federal Reserve’s willingness to continue to print more money, the …