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  1. You cited the "200 + mass shootings this year", I gave you the link to where that # came from.
  2. https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/reports/mass-shooting 25 of the "mass shootings" were in Chicago alone. How many of those were "white supremacists"? 10 were in Baltimore.
  3. Nope, how many of those mass shootings were perpetrated by "white supremacists"? Here is the link... https://www.gunviolencearchive.org/reports/mass-shooting Nope. The increase is largely due to an increase in anti-semitic attacks. Nope. All couple dozen of them are very little threat. Yep. A tiny, tiny, tiny amount of haters built into a big boogeyman by liberals.
  4. The Dayton shooter was a "white supremacist"? That is news to me, where have you read this? Regarding the so-called "white supremacist movement", I think it is much ado about very little. The next "white supremacist" I meet will be the first. Klan rallies regularly attract up to DOZENS of participants!
  5. White supremacists I assume? After all they are committing the most mass shootings....NOT.
  6. So your solution is to support programs that require MASSIVELY MORE spending that cannot be sustained even with the most "progressive" tax plans as shown in the OP? For the record I am sick of Republican over spending too. RIGHT NOW the spending originates in the DEMOCRAT controlled house of representatives. Your point is? Unfortunately this has not been the case for years. Actually debating the 13 appropriation bills has not happened in a long time, regrettably. We get continuing resolutions and omnibus spending bills that essentially cannot be debated. Try and keep up. Will the democrats be debating the respective appropriation bills for FY 2020? I am not holding my breath.
  7. As you assiduously avoid my most recent post to you: " So phoenix, the solution from your side of the aisle seems to be a great deal more spending (health care, college, student loan debt, the green new deal etc.). If the ideal is a budget surplus, and I agree with that, how do these proposals comport with a balanced budget? As the article in the OP points out, there aint enough taxes to be collected to pay for these grandiose plans. Can we at least agree to that? "
  8. So phoenix, the solution from your side of the aisle seems to be a great deal more spending (health care, college, student loan debt, the green new deal etc.). If the ideal is a budget surplus, and I agree with that, how do these proposals comport with a balanced budget? As the article in the OP points out, there aint enough taxes to be collected to pay for these grandiose plans. Can we at least agree to that?
  9. You willfully ignore the fact that NOTHING you or the liberals are proposing would do ANYTHING to prevent the recent massacres. That is the FACT you are willing to ignore because you are scared of guns. I am still waiting for this golden idea that would have prevented these massacres considering the weapons were NOT purchased via the so-called "gun show loophole". Nor has a SINGLE MASS MURDER been perpetrated by someone who purchased a weapon through the so-caled "gun show loophole".
  10. Well the democrat leader in name only, Pelosi, opined a while back that a glass of water with a "D" next to its name would win, so....
  11. Moron. That's why New Zealand banned assault weapons and made guns much harder to get. Which is what America should do if it wasn't run by the NRA and their stooges in government: aka; Trump and the GOP Congress!!! Grow up! I'm the moron? You are the one who claimed those countries do not have guns or massacres, not me. ICYDK murder is illegal in the US currently. Again you have not shown how any of the currently popular proposals floating around would have prevented our recent mass shootings. The obvious reason is that you cannot do so because they would not have stopped them.
  12. Your youth-and-inexperience is showing..... Correlation does not always equal causation phoenix. Secondly, the reduction of the deficit came AFTER Newt and the Republicans gained control of the house in 1994. Which caused Clinton to acceded to many of their plans (welfare reform etc.).
  13. See: England, Australia, Japan, New Zealand, et. al. No guns & no massacres! Again, tell us how the currently popular proposals would have stopped our recent mass shootings. Why are you avoiding this? Secondly, all of the countries you list have guns, obviously not as easily available as the US AND those countries DO and HAVE HAD "massacres". New Zealand just had a highly publicized SHOOTING massacre just a few months ago. Did you hear about that?
  14. Or lets create more straw man arguments like you do continually! 10-12 trillion of that 22 trillion was under the previous administration.
  15. Tell us how the proposed changes to gun law would have stopped the recent mass murders. I'll wait.
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