GOP to introduce more tax cuts

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    We will increase the deficit if we cut taxes further assuming we don’t cut spending.
     
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    Funny how you didn't care about debt when a democrat was president

    No one cares about the debt and that includes you
     
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    FYI Bill Clinton did not pay down the debt but he did add 1.4 trillion to it which was a 32% increase over what the debt was when his term began

    Don't make the rookie mistake of confusing deficits with debt

    Which President Increased U.S. Debt the Most?
     
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    In my life time, the Dem presidents have added less of a percent to the debt than Reagan did all by himself.

    162% vs 186% from Reagan.

    All total

    Ds - 162%
    Rs - 388%.
     
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    And BOTH have increased the debt, ergo neither party gives a flying or any other kind of fuck about the debt

    If you vote for a dem or a repub you are voting to increase the debt.
     
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    That is why the last time I voted for either was in 1992.
     
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    Redirect Notice
     
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    Why don't we just give the entire Social Security fund to the wealthiest 1%?

    It would save a lot of time and red tape!
     
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    The government should be willing to increase the debt during economic down turns.

    It's failure to reduce the debt during economic booms that's causing a continued problem.

    Many Presidents have reduced the debt. The debt was low enough during the Kennedy administration that he reduced taxes - the way it should be done.

    Bush screwed up and now the GOP is screwing up again.
     
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    Meaningless

    Every president that has served fo the last 70 years or more regardless of party had added to the debt

    If you vote republican or democrat you are voting to increase the debt

    ergo you do not give a shit about the debt
     

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