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glassfecalact 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 11, 2016 9:12 PM Member since: Aug 7, 2012
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    Democrats embace bloating the debt

    by towncryer911 Jul 11, 2016 7:08 PM
    glassfecalact glassfecalact Jul 11, 2016 9:12 PM Flag

    Since you're so concerned about the debt there is NO DOUBT you will be voting for Hillary Clinton come November.

    Trump's tax plan sinks revenue

    The biggest reason: Trump has proposed one of the world's most costly tax plans. CRFB estimates it will reduce money going into federal coffers by $10.5 trillion in just the first decade.

    At the same time, he'd also increase government spending during that time by about $650 billion for, among other things, services for veterans and to enforce a tough immigration plan.

    Debt would rise by an estimated $11.5 trillion in the first decade. It would be 127% of the size of the economy, up from 86% projected if current laws remain in effect.

    The Trump campaign maintains his tax plan would generate enough economic growth to pay for itself. But even when CRFB makes allowances for potential growth, it concludes his tax plan would result in a steep loss of tax revenue.

    Clinton wants to increase spending, but taxes too

    Clinton's proposals, by contrast, would increase debt by $250 billion, pushing it to 87% of GDP at the end of the decade, very close to where it would be absent any changes.

    Here's why: She proposes spending $1.4 trillion more than is currently projected -- for everything from college education to infrastructure to paid family leave and other initiatives.


    But Clinton has also proposed to pay for that new spending with $1.2 trillion in tax increases, primarily on high-income taxpayers and businesses.

  • We're having our primary elections in August and we're being bombarded with political ads. There are three different republicans trying to win their party's nomination for the office they're running for that are all saying the same thing. All three are trying to unseat the incumbent and each saying that they will not work with the liberals like their opponent. Have republicans lost all concept of how our government works? The whole concept of government is to negotiate with others that have a different view and compromise. Without compromise, nothing will ever get done and if nothing ever gets done than we shouldn't even have a government. If somebody wants to rule with an iron fist than they should start their own business and hope they succeed but that attitude will never work in government. No wonder our federal government and many state governments can't accomplish anything anymore.

  • glassfecalact glassfecalact Jul 7, 2016 12:45 PM Flag

    Amnesty International also says that blacks and other minorities in the Untied States are routinely mistreated by police and there is a great disparity in the sentences and prison terms handed down for these people compared to the rest of the population. Looks like Mexico and the USA both have serious problems. Why blame one country when the other is not different?

  • glassfecalact glassfecalact Jun 30, 2016 9:12 PM Flag

    The question should be what are you smoking and its a lot more potent than pot. The decision to want the victims to pay for legal fees came from their home office in Plano TX. Typical republican corporate greed from people who have no feelings for others or what they have gone through. Cinemark for years has been big contributors to the republican party. After this I hope the victims sue Cinemark for not having proper security in place and win and put them out of business. Corporate greed makes me sick.

  • glassfecalact glassfecalact Jun 28, 2016 8:45 PM Flag

    I'm sure shep will say it was Obama's fault.

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