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Aug 2, 17, 08:19 AM #16
Originally Posted by Jim Schue;6328730[B
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What's really dumb is :
This is what we borrow from China to purchase votes for liberal candidates. Liberals obsess over spending, but shield their supporters from the pain of paying for anything by adding to our debt. Meanwhile, the military threat and aggression level of China grows while they have the economic weapon of controlling our debt. Liberals don't contemplate such matters in their single payer health care , or free college tuition, or universal stipend proposals! They just obsess over maintaining, and expanding, their lifestyle of government dependence!Advertisement
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Aug 2, 17, 08:42 AM #17The Daily 202: Jeff Flake delivers the most courageous conservative rebuttal of Trumpism yet - The Washington Post
Flake considers himself an ideological heir to Goldwater, who once held his seat. He served as the executive director of the Goldwater Institute think tank in Phoenix for seven years before getting elected to the House. He worked closely with the then-retired senator, who passed away in 1998. The 54-year-old often asks himself, “What would Goldwater do?” And feels confident that his hero “would not be pleased or amused” by either the state of the GOP or Trump.
Aug 2, 17, 11:13 AM #18
For some reason I believe conservatives just like to throw around debt when they don't want to pay for something.
Most universal healthcare countries spend less per person than the United States does currently. Universal healthcare would hopefully end much of the waste of funding or curtail overpricing in the healthcare industry.
I would think a college/vocational tuition program would be something conservatives would support to create more trained and capable taxpayers. I guess I'm always wrong.
Aug 2, 17, 11:29 AM #19
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The very site you have cited points out that they are "non-partisan." And yet the first two sentences you write after that citation is very partisan:
This is what we borrow from China to purchase votes for liberal candidates. Liberals obsess over spending, but shield their supporters from the pain of paying for anything by adding to our debt.
The truth is our burgeoning debt is the blame of both parties and the government that's been writing bad checks for decades.
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