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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
So on Februray 22, can I call you a fool?
/—-/ Candy, you’ll call me a fool no matter what happens.
Well, you're on record as saying he won't be in office on 2/22.
If the media reports the truth on Hunter, the way they should've. Biden will be out in a week, so if the media wants Harris. Which they do, they will get her.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
Did you complain even once during the last fiscal year when Impeached Trump gave us our first $4 trillion deficit?
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
So on Februray 22, can I call you a fool?
/—-/ Candy, you’ll call me a fool no matter what happens.
Well, you're on record as saying he won't be in office on 2/22.
If the media reports the truth on Hunter, the way they should've. Biden will be out in a week, so if the media wants Harris. Which they do, they will get her.
\

Hunter? Never heard of him. LOL
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

backs them doesnt mean they pay them,,, sorry WE pay them,,,
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

It doesn’t mean the government pays them. It usually means, if you default the government goes after you to collect
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

It doesn’t mean the government pays them. It usually means, if you default the government goes after you to collect
Hence the national emergency....trillions in outstanding debt to collect potentially.

Hey, I think it's BS too...

BUT if we allow Presidents to deem what is and isn't an emergency and shift congressionally allocated monies around based on it....as the blob did....this is what we have to face.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
Did you complain even once during the last fiscal year when Impeached Trump gave us our first $4 trillion deficit?
Congress and Trump added to the debt. It takes two.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
So on Februray 22, can I call you a fool?
/—-/ Candy, you’ll call me a fool no matter what happens.
Well, you're on record as saying he won't be in office on 2/22.
If the media reports the truth on Hunter, the way they should've. Biden will be out in a week, so if the media wants Harris. Which they do, they will get her.
\

Hunter? Never heard of him. LOL
If the media wants Harris, you will.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

It doesn’t mean the government pays them. It usually means, if you default the government goes after you to collect
Hence the national emergency....trillions in outstanding debt to collect potentially.

Hey, I think it's BS too...

BUT if we allow Presidents to deem what is and isn't an emergency and shift congressionally allocated monies around based on it....as the blob did....this is what we have to face.
I agree and it needs to end now.

Spending trillions to relieve student debt puts the US debt even in worse shape. We don’t have the money, even if you tax 100% of wage earners 100% of their income.
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
And you’ll have the opportunity to vote against Biden in 2024 if you oppose his policies.
/—-/ Anyone who thinks Biden won’t be 25th Amendment out within a month is a fool. He’s a place holder for Commie Harris.
So on Februray 22, can I call you a fool?
/—-/ Candy, you’ll call me a fool no matter what happens.
Well, you're on record as saying he won't be in office on 2/22.
If the media reports the truth on Hunter, the way they should've. Biden will be out in a week, so if the media wants Harris. Which they do, they will get her.
\

Hunter? Never heard of him. LOL
If the media wants Harris, you will.
I want Harris too. So Bring it on I guess.

I'm tickled that you guys think that liberals believe Harris is a step down only because you do. LOL
 

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President-"Elect" Joe Biden will not take office until January 20th, of next year but people are already upset at what he's doing and WHY he is not waiting until once he’s sworn in to even discuss it!
. One possible agenda item for Biden’s first day involves the student loan debt crisis. With student loan debt currently standing at over $1.7 trillion nationally, lets hope that our country is not bankrupt in the first 100 days of his presidency!
He can just divert money from Defense to pay for it.

Presidents can do that, right?
not if it doesnt have to do with national defense,,,
Crushing debt is a national security issue.... Much more so if a landscaper is crossing the border to cut grass.
If has nothing to do with national defense, you are stretching and the Supreme Court would vote against it. As Trump found out, just because you are President, it doesn’t mean you can do what you please. Thank goodness for the three branches.
Neither does the wall...
So two wrongs make a right?
Never.

But we'll wait for the next Republican to adhere to that principle. You good with that?
I’m not fine with that, being stupid is never a great idea to act stupid, in fact it is dangerous. Look at all the damn executive orders by the last several Presidents. Look at our debt issues. Watch Republicans become deficit hawks now. They should have been that way for decades and when events like 911 and the Covid-19 come around we have room to go into debt. Stupid, moronic, partisan politics is what is getting us into trouble and stupid, morons supporting such stupidity is just adding to the problems. We are digging our own grave. Time for this to stop and turn around. I really hate partisan Republicans and Democrats.
It would be great if we could change the rules so such shenanigans would not happen any more.
The rules are there, they aren’t enforced. This is allowing the rules to be stretched, just like you are wanting to do with the defense money. It should not be allowed nor should money allocated for other projects not have been allowed for the wall. Biden should not have EO’d the Dream Act, nor should SSI money be diverted to other funds. There are laws in place but we see no enforcement, we see justification.

We need Republicans and Democrats stand up for the three branches of government. That is why I hate both parties, they put politics over party.
When the Excecutive (the branch that is supposed to enforce the rules) is the one that breaks the rules....
what rule was broken???
Congress allocated money to programs listed on a bill it voted on.
Not to build a silly wall with that money.
but its POTUS job to determine national security issues,,,

sorry but you failed again,,,
And Biden can make that determination....massive debt is a national security issue.

Welcome back to square one. Hope you enjoyed your ride.
private debt isnt a governmental issue,,,
Usually the government backs guaranteed student loans:

It doesn’t mean the government pays them. It usually means, if you default the government goes after you to collect
Hence the national emergency....trillions in outstanding debt to collect potentially.

Hey, I think it's BS too...

BUT if we allow Presidents to deem what is and isn't an emergency and shift congressionally allocated monies around based on it....as the blob did....this is what we have to face.
I agree and it needs to end now.

Spending trillions to relieve student debt puts the US debt even in worse shape. We don’t have the money, even if you tax 100% of wage earners 100% of their income.
We don't have the money to bail out farmers either.
We don't have the money to have endless re-counts of a long-ago settled election either.
We don't have the money to build yet another air craft carrier, the new destroyers, and new subs either.

At least this bail out will invigorate the economy by giving millions more spending monies.
 

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