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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 6:50 am » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 6:50 am
...maybe for once you could use some brain energy instead, you republican-radio-level monetary ignoramus... 
Not wasting my time with retorting your ignorant liberal rants

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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 7:07 am » wrote:
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...compare the size of the budget$ they both propose...only a math-challenged @sshole could quibble about any puny 'differences'.... @sshole... 
It's not the SIZE of the budget that makes the difference so significant, it's what's contained IN the budget that proves there's a HUGE difference between the philosophies of Democrats and Republicans.  Isn't THAT what matters most when you enter the voting booth?
 

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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 9:04 am » wrote:
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It's not the SIZE of the budget that makes the difference so significant, it's what's contained IN the budget that proves there's a HUGE difference between the philosophies of Democrats and Republicans.  Isn't THAT what matters most when you enter the voting booth?
...i don't agree with most of the spending advocated by any of you republicrats!.. that's what matters to me...it's one of the many reasons i could never affirm/vote for your stinking bankster-puppet republicans or the stinking-bankster puppet democrats... [sweet jeZus, this republican is thick]    
 

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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 10:21 am » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 10:21 am
...i don't agree with most of the spending advocated by any of you republicrats!.. that's what matters to me...it's one of the many reasons i could never affirm/vote for your stinking bankster-puppet republicans or the stinking-bankster puppet democrats... [sweet jeZus, this republican is thick]  
OK, that's a typical liberal opinion for those who hate a strong military, who don't want tax cuts, who prefer open borders, who like having more people in poverty and relying on food stamps, who don't want us to be energy independent and would prefer to waste TRILLIONS on a "green new deal" and must enjoy it when the unemployment levels are much higher, particularly for blacks, Hispanics and women.  It's fine with me if you don't think it's racist to oppose good jobs for minorities or if you had no problem when ISIS was beheading thousands under Obama, or that you couldn't care less if we bothered to stop illegal immigration.  As long as you know that these are the most important reasons that Trump was elected and why he'll be re-elected again in a few months!
 

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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 11:18 am » wrote:
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OK, that's a typical liberal opinion for those who hate a strong military, who don't want tax cuts, who prefer open borders, who like having more people in poverty and relying on food stamps, who don't want us to be energy independent and would prefer to waste TRILLIONS on a "green new deal" and must enjoy it when the unemployment levels are much higher, particularly for blacks, Hispanics and women.  It's fine with me if you don't think it's racist to oppose good jobs for minorities or if you had no problem when ISIS was beheading thousands under Obama, or that you couldn't care less if we bothered to stop illegal immigration.  As long as you know that these are the most important reasons that Trump was elected and why he'll be re-elected again in a few months!

You can't speak reason to an imbecile. Don't waste your time. I gave up on this Liberal Loser already. He only takes in air and blows hot.

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righteous » 29 Jun 2020, 11:57 am » wrote:
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You can't speak reason to an imbecile. Don't waste your time. I gave up on this Liberal Loser already. He only takes in air and blows hot.
...[i'll offer 20 greenies to anyone here who can drive home the following point to this righteous @sshole, private dildo, etcetercrats: ...any puny difference in the level of government spending and therefore the taxation required by republicans and democrats is so small that only a math-challenged idiot would quibble... so quibble on, math-challenged idiots!]    
 

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 peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 12:47 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 12:47 pm
...[i'll offer 20 greenies to anyone here who can drive home the following point to this righteous @sshole, private dildo, etcetercrats: ...any puny difference in the level of government spending and therefore the taxation required by republicans and democrats is so small that only a math-challenged idiot would quibble... so quibble on, math-challenged idiots!] 
Your call name describes you to a T. 

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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 11:18 am » wrote:
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OK, that's a typical liberal opinion for those who hate a strong military, who don't want tax cuts, who prefer open borders, who like having more people in poverty and relying on food stamps, who don't want us to be energy independent and would prefer to waste TRILLIONS on a "green new deal" and must enjoy it when the unemployment levels are much higher, particularly for blacks, Hispanics and women.  It's fine with me if you don't think it's racist to oppose good jobs for minorities or if you had no problem when ISIS was beheading thousands under Obama, or that you couldn't care less if we bothered to stop illegal immigration.  As long as you know that these are the most important reasons that Trump was elected and why he'll be re-elected again in a few months!
My tax money is forcibly extracted from me and given to oligarchs via subsidies and unaccounted slush funds that feed Washington hogs at the trough.  You are a brainwashed, starry eyed, naive ill informed flag waving moron.  Either that or you are one of the parasites. one of the hogs at the trough who defends it vociferously.  In that case, I salute you leech, at least your not stupid, just self interested.
 
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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 12:47 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 12:47 pm
...[i'll offer 20 greenies to anyone here who can drive home the following point to this righteous @sshole, private dildo, etcetercrats: ...any puny difference in the level of government spending and therefore the taxation required by republicans and democrats is so small that only a math-challenged idiot would quibble... so quibble on, math-challenged idiots!] 

ok pee pee, the magnificent? I challenge to you? 25 greenies... If you can tell me .. in terms I can understand???? see that? after the goldman saches….. the fiat money,  and all that bankster stuff...  Cabal crap.. beyond the Feds and the plunge patrols.. you tell me? where does the IMF get its money and how? don't rush? that's a hard question? then we can talk orange?

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sootedupCyndi » 29 Jun 2020, 1:25 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 1:25 pm
ok pee pee, the magnificent? I challenge to you? 25 greenies... If you can tell me .. in terms I can understand???? see that? after the goldman saches….. the fiat money,  and all that bankster stuff...  Cabal crap.. beyond the Feds and the plunge patrols.. you tell me? where does the IMF get its money and how? don't rush? that's a hard question? then we can talk orange?

and I don't want to hear about it today? my brain cells are turned off?  

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SJConspirator » 29 Jun 2020, 1:23 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 1:23 pm
My tax money is forcibly extracted from me and given to oligarchs via subsidies and unaccounted slush funds that feed Washington hogs at the trough.  You are a brainwashed, starry eyed, naive ill informed flag waving moron.  Either that or you are one of the parasites. one of the hogs at the trough who defends it vociferously.  In that case, I salute you leech, at least your not stupid, just self interested.
OK, let me try to follow your logic.  Since you obviously oppose paying taxes, isn't it smarter to support a president who has clearly CUT your taxes over the previous administration which raised them?  And in this upcoming election, do you not believe that Biden will also expand the tax and spend liberal agenda on idiotic projects like the Green New Deal?  I'm not a supporter of the foreign aid subsidies or the waste and fraud in government either, contrary to what you may believe.  But the pragmatic reasoning for the Republican rule I prefer is because the left-wing biased media WILL hold them accountable to the wild spending where they clearly turn a blind eye to it when it's done by Democrats.  And my secondary reason is that ANY revenue returned to the people of the country via tax cuts is far better in our hands than in the hands of government.  So yes, I WILL wave my flag in support of this fine president, while you instead prefer to hold out with hatred for both sides until they change to your liking, a scenario of which I hope you're not holding your breath waiting to take place!  But my suspicion is that you're under the false belief that a socialist like Bernie would effect the changes you desire, and that to me is beyond laughable!  And finally, I readily admit working to my own self interest, and if you consider that being a leech, so be it!  I'm confident I've done more for others through my 45+ years as a business owner than most, and I'll put my record up against yours any day of the week.
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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 1:50 pm » wrote:
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OK, let me try to follow your logic.  Since you obviously oppose paying taxes, isn't it smarter to support a president who has clearly CUT your taxes over the previous administration which raised them?  
[will someone tell this republican @sswipe that trump has supported increased spending...increased spending equates to increased taxation...either now or in the future, you dense republican @sshole....] 

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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 1:59 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 1:59 pm
[will someone tell this republican @sswipe that trump has supported increased spending...increased spending equates to increased taxation...either now or in the future, you dense republican @sshole....]

Also, he thinks that cutting taxes on the top income brackets doesn't automatically increase taxes on the bottom brackets!  In his defense, a lot of low to average intellect citizens don't understand that either.
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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 1:59 pm » wrote:
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[will someone tell this republican @sswipe that trump has supported increased spending...increased spending equates to increased taxation...either now or in the future, you dense republican @sshole....]
Simply because past presidents like Obama raised taxes so dramatically for the purpose of increasing spending, that does not mean one MUST follow the other,  It's a fact that a cut in taxes can actually raise tax revenue through economic growth.  It happened under Reagan and likely would have happened again with the Trump tax cuts, except for the onset of the virus that crushed the economy.  Don't force me to rub your nose in your ignorance by listing the revenue figures from the decade of the 80's.  And despite what liberals like you think you know, tax cuts ARE NOT the same as spending!  Returning OUR MONEY to us or allowing us to keep more of it should be offset by spending CUTS elsewhere in the budget, and they likely would have if the Democrats in the House didn't force additional spending on Trump in order to give him the tax cuts he promised voters.  But tax and spend is all that liberals know how to do!
 

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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 1:50 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 1:50 pm
OK, let me try to follow your logic.  Since you obviously oppose paying taxes, isn't it smarter to support a president who has clearly CUT your taxes over the previous administration which raised them?  And in this upcoming election, do you not believe that Biden will also expand the tax and spend liberal agenda on idiotic projects like the Green New Deal?  I'm not a supporter of the foreign aid subsidies or the waste and fraud in government either, contrary to what you may believe.  But the pragmatic reasoning for the Republican rule I prefer is because the left-wing biased media WILL hold them accountable to the wild spending where they clearly turn a blind eye to it when it's done by Democrats.  And my secondary reason is that ANY revenue returned to the people of the country via tax cuts is far better in our hands than in the hands of government.  So yes, I WILL wave my flag in support of this fine president, while you instead prefer to hold out with hatred for both sides until they change to your liking, a scenario of which I hope you're not holding your breath waiting to take place!  But my suspicion is that you're under the false belief that a socialist like Bernie would effect the changes you desire, and that to me is beyond laughable!  And finally, I readily admit working to my own self interest, and if you consider that being a leech, so be it!  I'm confident I've done more for others through my 45+ years as a business owner than most, and I'll put my record up against yours any day of the week.
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Neocon Statists are easy to identify.

They say they want smaller govt BUT support all BIG GOVT wars around the globe.
They are secretly okay with BIG GOVT as it is serving CORPS AND THE WAR COMPLEX

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Zeets2 » 29 Jun 2020, 2:46 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 2:46 pm
Simply because past presidents like Obama raised taxes so dramatically for the purpose of increasing spending, that does not mean one MUST follow the other,  It's a fact that a cut in taxes can actually raise tax revenue through economic growth.  It happened under Reagan and likely would have happened again with the Trump tax cuts, except for the onset of the virus that crushed the economy.  Don't force me to rub your nose in your ignorance by listing the revenue figures from the decade of the 80's.  And despite what liberals like you think you know, tax cuts ARE NOT the same as spending!  Returning OUR MONEY to us or allowing us to keep more of it should be offset by spending CUTS elsewhere in the budget, and they likely would have if the Democrats in the House didn't force additional spending on Trump in order to give him the tax cuts he promised voters.  But tax and spend is all that liberals know how to do!
...TRUMP HAS SUPPORTED $PENDING AT HIGHER LEVELS THAN OBOMBA... YOUR @SSHOLE REAGAN SIGNED VIRTUALLY EVERY SPENDING BILL ON THE WAY TO A DOUBLING OF THE FEDERAL BUDGET AND A TRIPLING OF THE FEDERAL DEBT, YOU GD FOOL REPUBLICAN-RADIO-LEVEL MATH-CHALLENGED @SSHOLE...    
 

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peepee » 29 Jun 2020, 2:54 pm » wrote:
29 Jun 2020, 2:54 pm
...TRUMP HAS SUPPORTED $PENDING AT HIGHER LEVELS THAN OBOMBA... YOUR @SSHOLE REAGAN SIGNED VIRTUALLY EVERY SPENDING BILL ON THE WAY TO A DOUBLING OF THE FEDERAL BUDGET AND A TRIPLING OF THE FEDERAL DEBT, YOU GD FOOL REPUBLICAN-RADIO-LEVEL MATH-CHALLENGED @SSHOLE... 

Agreed....we are being FLEECED by corrupt *** on the left and right.

DC is a cesspool of lobbyist owned clowns.  

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SJConspirator » 29 Jun 2020, 2:19 pm » wrote:
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Also, he thinks that cutting taxes on the top income brackets doesn't automatically increase taxes on the bottom brackets!  In his defense, a lot of low to average intellect citizens don't understand that either.

Could you cite credible sources to back up that statement?

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