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A Remedial Lesson in Public Finance Economics for the GOP

Tom24 Wrote: Sep 08, 2012 12:52 PM
Yeah, but Mitchell is right about how the argument is stated, because to state it in terms of a debt problem, lets the Democrats seem reasonable and willing to compromise with their always willing offer to raise taxes. If the Republican then responds that he does not want to raise taxes, he seems to favor the rich and appears not willing to compromise. We of course can see thorough this. The problem though are the brain dead independents, who "just want everyone to get along and compromise" They then vote for the willing to compromise and less extreme Democrat and taxes and spending both go up again and again. It also makes it difficult to convert any brain dead Liberals to our cause for the same reason.

Everyone has a cross to bear in life, some sort of burden or obligation, often self-imposed.

For some inexplicable reason, I’ve decided that one of my responsibilities is to educate a backwards and primitive people who seem impervious to common sense, simple logic, and strong principles.

As you’ve probably guessed already, I’m talking about Republicans.

I’ve already identified them at the Stupid Party, but they seem especially ill-informed and clueless on the topic of government borrowing.

I’ve specifically warned that they are economically (and

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