- Feb 20, 2010
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Google it and let us know. Better yet, start a new thread and tell us how much you love federal spending on law and order and national defense, and hate any kind of spending on social welfare programs. This thread is to discuss the extreme hypocrisy of right wingers about federal deficits.I don’t give a crap which party contributes more to the deficit. My question is, what exactly are we spending it on? I’m genuinely curious.
No thanks. I don’t feel the need to start a new thread after every article I read like you do.Google it and let us know. Better yet, start a new thread about how much you love federal spending on defense and hate spending on social welfare programs. This thread is about the extreme hypocrisy of right wingers concerning federal deficits.
Both cutting spending and increasing taxes takes money out of private hands. The compulsion to deficit spend and the reluctance to address the deficit and debt directly flow from extremism of the sort you express.yes, our weak economy will do great by just taking an additional $2 Trillion out of private hands. No problem at all. Solved
literally the opposite is true. how orwellian.cutting spending takes money out of private hands.
libertarians are strong supporters of balanced budgets and cutting spending. Rand Paul, Justin Amash types are pretty much the only ones loudly talking about the deficit in Congress and the need to get it under control. Again, basically the opposite of what you said.The compulsion to deficit spend and the reluctance to address the deficit and debt directly flow from extremism of the sort you express.
That's right up with the scare tactics saying that if Biden's elected we'll have unrest in the streets and scores of people wil die. Well, ummm..."We can’t just keep shoveling cash at this. We’re going broke. We’re bankrupting our country and the answer can’t be trillions and trillions more money... we don’t got it."
— Ted Cruz
Which party is it that holds the White House and the Senate, Ted?
I think you and I both know that the vast majority of the 2 trillion in tax cuts to the wealthy ended up in foreign bank accounts and not circulating in the economy. If you don't know that, you should wise up.literally the opposite is true. how orwellian.