> GOP Senator says it’s hard to fund $14 billion children’s health care program — then advocates for $1 trillion tax cut

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#26 2017-12-05 04:11:55

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You know who should be paying for those kids' health care? Their parents.

Exactly.  Instead of condoms to avoid shytting out more niglets, the coon daddys spend their money on crack, shiny shoes, and 40 ounce cans of Colt 45. 




Shyt, it's hard out here for a pimp.  You really expect me to pay anything for the shorties my baby momma shat out?
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#27 2017-12-05 07:38:53

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Ponzi schemes always fail.  Even government run ones.  See the Soviet Union, Venezuela, Weimar Republic, Argentina, Greece......

Rome, the holy roman empire, the ottoman empire, the incas, the aztecs, etc...

They still didn't pay their debts. My point stands.

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#28 2017-12-05 12:44:00

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Short version of thread:  AU2s little buck pets aren't going to pay for health care, so we should have to.

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Exactly.  Instead of condoms to avoid shytting out more niglets, the coon daddys spend their money on crack, shiny shoes, and 40 ounce cans of Colt 45. 




Shyt, it's hard out here for a pimp.  You really expect me to pay anything for the shorties my baby momma shat out?
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Tall Bass Turd
#29 2017-12-05 12:48:39

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Short version of thread:  AU2s little buck pets aren't going to pay for health care, so we should have to.

AU2 seriously needs a psyche evaluation.

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#30 2017-12-05 12:56:14

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Rome, the holy roman empire, the ottoman empire, the incas, the aztecs, etc...

They still didn't pay their debts. My point stands.

They all disintegrated, dumbass.

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#31 2017-12-05 13:05:18

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They all disintegrated, dumbass.

Really?

Did they at least pay their debts first?

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#32 2017-12-05 14:08:08

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How much healthcare do children typically need? Almost none.

You're all going back and forth to pay a third party to provide a "status" of being insured.

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#33 2017-12-05 14:09:00

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Rome, the holy roman empire, the ottoman empire, the incas, the aztecs, etc...

They still didn't pay their debts. My point stands.

the incas and aztecs had national debt?

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#34 2017-12-05 17:48:55

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duh, they funded their human sacrifice temples with a 3% APR treasury note redeemable for gold or skulls

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Phillip_McCavity
#35 2017-12-05 17:54:30

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Actually it doesn't have to be paid back. Just sell more bonds to pay off the old ones. After a few decades inflation will take care of it. Also, the us could simply default on the debt. Or, if you want to get fancy, the us could say dollars are now worth one one trillionth of what they were yesterday. Sovereign state finances are not at all like household finances. Many nations have "gone broke" pulling the slimy tactics I just mentioned. It could happen to the United States as well but we are not "close" in any reasonable sense of the word.

Okay, I'll bite, if the US defaults on its debt, would investors be more or less likely to buy its bonds in the future?

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#36 2017-12-05 17:58:04

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debt helps to diminish war initiatives

War= debts stop being paid
Winning war mean funds to pay debts are exhausted
Losing a war - debts don't get paid


Peacetime = debts get a trickle of payment, indefinately


This ain't your 2 year lease on a Mazda

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#37 2017-12-05 20:49:58

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Okay, I'll bite, if the US defaults on its debt, would investors be more or less likely to buy its bonds in the future?

Strangely, more likely.  The same thing happened after Argentina defaulted on her debt.  Banks lined up to lend them more money, because they were now debt free and a great credit risk! 

But the jews would never allow it to happen here, so it's a mute point.

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#38 2017-12-06 12:57:14

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...but it is the responsibility of taxpayers to pay subsidies and bailouts to billionaires, right?

Please point to one subsidy of billionaires in the tax code. Doubt you can find one. But if you can find one I'll bet it was supported by Democrats in the name of clean energy or similar faggotry.

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Tall Bass Turd
#39 2017-12-06 13:31:50

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Please point to one subsidy of billionaires in the tax code. Doubt you can find one. But if you can find one I'll bet it was supported by Democrats in the name of clean energy or similar faggotry.

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#40 2017-12-07 17:05:21

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Still Waiting. I guess AU will start another thread and pretend this never happened.

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Phillip_McCavity
#41 2017-12-07 17:21:06

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Strangely, more likely.  The same thing happened after Argentina defaulted on her debt.  Banks lined up to lend them more money, because they were now debt free and a great credit risk! 

But the jews would never allow it to happen here, so it's a mute point.

No really? They were locked out of bond markets for years, until the government decided to repay the debts in full.

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Phillip_McCavity
#42 2017-12-07 17:22:02

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Please point to one subsidy of billionaires in the tax code. Doubt you can find one. But if you can find one I'll bet it was supported by Democrats in the name of clean energy or similar faggotry.

I'm not AU#2, but the fact that the NFL and MLB stadiums are paid for by tax dollars is a great example.

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#43 2017-12-07 17:31:05

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

I'm not AU#2, but the fact that the NFL and MLB stadiums are paid for by tax dollars is a great example.

Federal tax dollars?  I guess you could say municipal bonds are fed tax deductible.

Not that it's a good use of tax money, it's shocking.  And it's bipartisan, unfortunately.

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Phillip_McCavity
#44 2017-12-07 17:39:24

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Federal tax dollars?  I guess you could say municipal bonds are fed tax deductible.

Not that it's a good use of tax money, it's shocking.  And it's bipartisan, unfortunately.

Both in terms of the tax deduction, and the fact that cities get federal grants to fund things they should be funding locally.

One of the tax bills eliminates the deductible for stadium bonds, my bond trader friend was up in arms about it. I thought it was a good idea.

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#45 2017-12-07 17:48:25

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

Both in terms of the tax deduction, and the fact that cities get federal grants to fund things they should be funding locally.

One of the tax bills eliminates the deductible for stadium bonds, my bond trader friend was up in arms about it. I thought it was a good idea.

That idea has been around for awhile, would love to see it implemented

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#46 2017-12-07 22:52:52

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

I'm not AU#2, but the fact that the NFL and MLB stadiums are paid for by tax dollars is a great example.

Nope. Typically stupid voters hold referendums to do that. Its not tax code.

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#47 2017-12-07 23:08:12

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Phillip_McCavity wrote:

No really? They were locked out of bond markets for years, until the government decided to repay the debts in full.

No they weren't.

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#48 2017-12-07 23:19:03

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Federal tax dollars?  I guess you could say municipal bonds are fed tax deductible.

Not that it's a good use of tax money, it's shocking.  And it's bipartisan, unfortunately.

That's just philddo doing his usual routine of flagrant dishonesty. The sooner the cancer eats him alive, the better off we'll all be.

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