[QUOTE]Originally posted by bobby7388
[QUOTE]Originally posted by johnl45
Originally posted by James 3528
Originally posted by johnl45
O.K thanks Mr. Bush for giving this gift to our children.Originally posted by James 3528
And even if there was...you can thank the republicans
What causes the national debt to grow?
perhaps most significant, the huge tax cuts in 2001 and 2003 that dramatically reduced revenue.Originally posted by James 3528
You still did not get it Numb Nuts. You were bragging on a huge money surplus when Clinton left office. Well guess what? Clinton don't spend the money. Congress spends money and during that time the republicans controlled both branches of government that pass spending and the budget. I never thought there was a huge surplus anyway but if there was at all, it was no thanks to Clinton.
No, I got it completely Bush gives a supposed tax cut but has no money to pay for it. Like going to the Bank and using your bank card for a cash advance then your children get to repay it with lots of interest for your Big Banking buddies With Clintons surplus Big Banking buddies.weren't mankin any money and we can't have that Thanks Georgie for the tax cut. One thing for sure Clintons surplus was a hell of a lot more then Georgie boys when he leaves office in January.GO HERE AND READ.. http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/showthread.php?threadid=36547
Here again john, your arguing a point which does not take into account all the particulates of what makes a deficit.
One thing is for sure, and time and history will prove it.
Taxing an economy to death will kill it.
You cannot argue this cause because we are the reason for the ups and downs in our economy, we the people.
For instance, who is going to pay for national healthcare? you?
Who is going to pay for security? you?
Who is going to pay for environmental concerns? you?
Who is going to pay?
Every cause cannot be taken care of without running much larger deficits. It's just a shame that Bush doesn't see things as you want. [/B]