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How Liberals Argue: Democrats Voting Against Debt Ceiling Wasn't "Real"

wiseone Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:12 AM
Cons, Can you believe this? Lib troll riapatak responds to my Reply at 10:46 with... "...so Reagan forgot he could use the VETO?"... even though I clearly wrote in my Reply that... "Reagan vetoed numerous Democrat budget bills". THIS IS HOW LIBERALS ARGUE!!!!
rlapatak Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:20 AM
...So vetoing of numerous Democrat budget bill justifies not vetoing Debt Limit Inreases...? Very cynical.....
wiseone Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:28 AM
Reagan vetoed those spending bills BECAUSE they would have increased the debt and the debt limit.

You just keep it up. Keep trying to justify your utter stupidity by being even more stupid (which only a liberal can do).
rlapatak Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 11:36 AM
Stupid is as stupid does.....The Offfice of Budget and Management lists 106 increases to the federal debt limit since 1940. More specifically, it lists 18 increases to the debt ceiling between February 1981 and September 1987. In other words, there were 18 under President Ronald Reagan. And there were seven increases between January 2001 and January 2009 -- during George W. Bush's presidency.
Buck O Wrote: Jan 18, 2013 12:12 PM
Your messiah voted against those increases, calling them "irresponsible." It seems he's changed his mind, doesn't it?

Or maybe it just wasn't "real." Ha! Ha! Ha!

As Guy wrote this week, liberals are arguing spending doesn't lead to deficits or more debt. During his final press conference of his first term Monday, President Obama argued that his vote against raising the debt ceiling in 2006 came at a time when things were "different," and that Republicans shouldn't be hesitating to increase the debt ceiling this time around. Yesterday on Neil Cavuto's show, Democratic Rep. Jan Schakosky argued that Democrats voting against a debt ceiling increase in 2006 wasn't "real."