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  1. Standard membersh76
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    03 Jan '19 13:14
    Yes, Trump has ignored it, but PayGo is common sense, responsible government.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/01/02/ocasio-cortez-opposes-pelosi-backed-spending-rules-as-dems-set-to-take-power-in-house/23632312/

    More and more, the moderate Dems are looking like your father's (or my, as the case may be) Republican party.
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    03 Jan '19 13:34
    @sh76 said
    Yes, Trump has ignored it, but PayGo is common sense, responsible government.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/01/02/ocasio-cortez-opposes-pelosi-backed-spending-rules-as-dems-set-to-take-power-in-house/23632312/

    More and more, the moderate Dems are looking like your father's (or my, as the case may be) Republican party.
    Your father's Republican Party died in the 1980s. The Democratic Party has been the main conservative political party in the United States since that time.
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    03 Jan '19 14:021 edit
    @sh76 said
    Yes, Trump has ignored it, but PayGo is common sense, responsible government.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/01/02/ocasio-cortez-opposes-pelosi-backed-spending-rules-as-dems-set-to-take-power-in-house/23632312/

    More and more, the moderate Dems are looking like your father's (or my, as the case may be) Republican party.
    Crazy Eyes Cortez, the up and coming new Dims, will fight it tooth and nail because they know that their "free everything" message is at risk if such a measure were followed.

    What the high school drop out does not understand though, is that this is smoke and mirrors. Just try to handicap spending with the two years Trump is there to stop the wall and then get a Dim in there and embrace "free medical care for all" and "free college for all", making the current spending by Trump look like a walk in the park.

    Meanwhile, the continuing unrestricted immigration costs the US hundreds of billions of dollars a year.
  4. Standard membershavixmir
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    03 Jan '19 14:27
    @whodey said
    Crazy Eyes Cortez, the up and coming new Dims, will fight it tooth and nail because they know that their "free everything" message is at risk if such a measure were followed.

    What the high school drop out does not understand though, is that this is smoke and mirrors. Just try to handicap spending with the two years Trump is there to stop the wall and then get a Dim in the ...[text shortened]... nwhile, the continuing unrestricted immigration costs the US hundreds of billions of dollars a year.
    Does it cost the US billions though?
    Does it really?
    No. No it doesn’t.
    In fact, they create more revenue for the IRS than they cost.

    So, once again, your moronic claims consist of false rhetoric and evil propaganda.

    Dear oh dear Whodey.
    Perhaps things aren’t quite so bad as you imagine!
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    03 Jan '19 15:38
    @sh76 said
    Yes, Trump has ignored it, but PayGo is common sense, responsible government.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/01/02/ocasio-cortez-opposes-pelosi-backed-spending-rules-as-dems-set-to-take-power-in-house/23632312/

    More and more, the moderate Dems are looking like your father's (or my, as the case may be) Republican party.
    The days of the Republican deficit hawk have gone the way of the buggy whip.
  6. Subscribersonhouse
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    03 Jan '19 17:31
    @mchill said
    The days of the Republican deficit hawk have gone the way of the buggy whip.
    20 trillion ND? No big deal. 30 Trillion, no big whoop. 60 trillion, maybe we worry....
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    @shavixmir said
    Does it cost the US billions though?
    Does it really?
    No. No it doesn’t.
    In fact, they create more revenue for the IRS than they cost.

    So, once again, your moronic claims consist of false rhetoric and evil propaganda.

    Dear oh dear Whodey.
    Perhaps things aren’t quite so bad as you imagine!
    Funny, when discussing abortion with Dims they point to the fact that society and the parents can't afford them.

    However, when it comes to indigent immigrants that all changes somehow.

    It's fascinating really.
  8. Subscribersonhouse
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    03 Jan '19 19:07
    @whodey said
    Funny, when discussing abortion with Dims they point to the fact that society and the parents can't afford them.

    However, when it comes to indigent immigrants that all changes somehow.

    It's fascinating really.
    How does it feel to have zero credibility?
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    @whodey said
    Funny, when discussing abortion with Dims they point to the fact that society and the parents can't afford them.

    However, when it comes to indigent immigrants that all changes somehow.

    It's fascinating really.
    Good one Whody. Hypocrisy City. How bout the libs tell govt to stay out of their bedrooms but then give over all their personal information to the government to allow it to run their lives.
  10. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @whodey said
    Funny, when discussing abortion with Dims they point to the fact that society and the parents can't afford them.

    However, when it comes to indigent immigrants that all changes somehow.

    It's fascinating really.
    For god's sake make a cogent point rather than keep telling "Dims" what they think.

    What do you think?
    Do you think?
  11. Standard memberwolfgang59
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    @averagejoe1 said
    Good one Whody. Hypocrisy City. How bout the libs tell govt to stay out of their bedrooms but then give over all their personal information to the government to allow it to run their lives.
    What?
    Discuss what you think is happening.
  12. Standard membershavixmir
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    @whodey said
    Funny, when discussing abortion with Dims they point to the fact that society and the parents can't afford them.

    However, when it comes to indigent immigrants that all changes somehow.

    It's fascinating really.
    First of all: I’m not a democrat.

    Second of all: when the hell has the abortion debate been about money?

    Third of all: indigent immigrants? WTF are you babbling on about?
  13. Standard membershavixmir
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    @averagejoe1 said
    Good one Whody. Hypocrisy City. How bout the libs tell govt to stay out of their bedrooms but then give over all their personal information to the government to allow it to run their lives.
    Yes. You seem to miss all points entirely.

    Quite impressive, really.
  14. SubscriberSuzianne
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    04 Jan '19 07:29
    @shavixmir said

    Third of all: indigent immigrants? WTF are you babbling on about?
    Good one, I didn't catch that amid the fire bombing of his inanity.
  15. Subscriberno1marauder
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    @sh76 said
    Yes, Trump has ignored it, but PayGo is common sense, responsible government.

    https://www.aol.com/article/news/2019/01/02/ocasio-cortez-opposes-pelosi-backed-spending-rules-as-dems-set-to-take-power-in-house/23632312/

    More and more, the moderate Dems are looking like your father's (or my, as the case may be) Republican party.
    OC is right to call PayGo "bad economics"; if the economy slides into recession, we may need stimulative measures that may add to the deficit. Why lock the party in to a contrary policy?

    Pelosi should have never been re-elected Speaker; this is the type of short sighted political stunt she loves but has previously damaged the Democratic brand.
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