GOP to introduce more tax cuts

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  1. jc456
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    who signs it?
     
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    A trillion dollar deficit and the economy is fine (though actually, it is not).

    And the Reps want more tax cuts...without corresponding cuts to spending?

    Are these people insane?
     
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    you thought a trillion dollar deficit was fine under obammy! what's your issue today?
     
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    Wrong again

    Clinton ADDED 1.4 trillion to the debt over his 8 years as president

    This is basic math, man.

    The debt was higher when he left than when he started

    The last president who actually subtracted from the debt while in office was Coolidge
     
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    And the president signs it you idiot
     
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    As I said, the surpluses were of his last few fiscal years. I agreed with you about him adding to the debt overall! JFC Rumpers can not be talked to or reasoned with! Please carry on in Rumpland!
     
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    I will watch your head explode as I tell you I did not vote for Trump

    I have not voted for any republican or democrat for decades now

    And as I said surpluses don't matter if they are not applied to the debt

    Every single president regardless of party since Coolidge has added to the debt

    Therefore no pols from either party cares about the debt therefore no one who votes for either party cares about the debt

    The evidence is clear yet you still want to deny it
     
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    Lol, you're not going to believe this but I agree with you and have not voted for either party since.2010!
     
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    when both chambers of congress have 2/3rds majority, veto is overridden.
     
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    And when was the last time a budget veto was overridden?

    And it still doesn't matter if a budget gets overridden since it is still one of the two parties that all you people vote for that is responsible for adding to the debt
     

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