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Prez ConMans and the "conservatives" $4.8 TRILLION Budget


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So beanie, I don't hear you WHINING about Warren's or Bernie's $10 TRILLION annual budget!!!

 

OR for that fact, ANY of the DEBT BUSTING BUDGETS needed to pay for ALL THE FREE SCHIT your POTTY WANTS TO HAND OUT!!!
 

Got milk?? Because you won't have once YOUR SCHITSTAINS get elected!!!

 

ROFLMAO!!!

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States receiving the most federal funding per tax dollar paid:
1. New Mexico: $2.63
2. West Virginia: $2.57
3. Mississippi: $2.47
4. District of Colombia: $2.41
5. Hawaii: $2.38
6. Alabama: $2.03
7. Alaska: $1.93
8. Montana: $1.92
9. South Carolina: $1.92
10. Maine: $1.78

 

This gap between political perception and fiscal reality is also reflected in the distribution of tax dollars at the state level: Most politically “red” states are financially in the red when it comes to how much money they receive from Washington compared with what their residents pay in taxes.

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So his official plan is to fuk things up and then have someone else fix things after he's left office...

 

...pretty much can't be any more "conservative" than that. And, of course, Democrats have been fixing intentional "conservative" fuk-ups for decades...nothing new here

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4 minutes ago, Duck615 said:

benson, why do you post the same BS over and over?

 

He's got NO NEW MATERIAL from the MORON MANIPULATORS recently!!!
 

You should know that he gets a DAILY DUMP of BULLSCHIT, but nothing in it is good news for him, so he RE RE RE RE REPEATS the same recycled LIES.

 

 

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republiKLANS have been doing this since raygun:

 

1) cut taxes on the wealthy and corporations, which will increase the $ coming in to the government
2) less $ comes in, so we need to cut spending
3) cut social welfare programs while increasing the military budget
4) lather, rinse, repeat

 

Eisenhower warned us about the MIC, but we still don't get it!

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Trump thumbs his nose at spending levels he signed into law with new ‘conservative fantasy budget’: report

Trump unveiled his new $4.8 trillion budget to Congress, which proposes steep reductions in social-safety-net programs and foreign aid, along with an increase in military spending.

 

According to POLITICO’s Jennifer Sholtes and Caitlin Emma, Trump “thumbed his nose” at the spending caps he signed into law last summer with his new “conservative dream” budget designed to be more successful with lawmakers in Trump’s potential second term.

 

“Since Trump and congressional leaders already settled on new funding caps for the fiscal year ahead, this budget was the president’s big chance to give realistic feedback on how he wants Congress to divvy up that cash,” they write. “Instead, he burned that opportunity in favor of penning another fiscally conservative dream document lawmakers will largely disregard, though its cuts could please his base in November and get recycled should he win another four-year term.”

 

According to House Appropriations Chairwoman Nita Lowey (D-NY),  it’s “unfortunate that instead of using his budget to build on the historic investments in last year’s budget deal, the president doubled down on partisan talking points that have no chance of becoming law,” adding that it’s “a disastrous repeat of the misplaced priorities and callous cuts he has pursued unsuccessfully in past requests.”

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Just now, benson13 said:

Trump thumbs his nose at spending levels he signed into law with new ‘conservative fantasy budget’: report

Trump unveiled his new $4.8 trillion budget to Congress, which proposes steep reductions in social-safety-net programs and foreign aid, along with an increase in military spending.

 

According to POLITICO’s Jennifer Sholtes and Caitlin Emma, Trump “thumbed his nose” at the spending caps he signed into law last summer with his new “conservative dream” budget designed to be more successful with lawmakers in Trump’s potential second term.

 

“Since Trump and congressional leaders already settled on new funding caps for the fiscal year ahead, this budget was the president’s big chance to give realistic feedback on how he wants Congress to divvy up that cash,” they write. “Instead, he burned that opportunity in favor of penning another fiscally conservative dream document lawmakers will largely disregard, though its cuts could please his base in November and get recycled should he win another four-year term.”

 

According to House Appropriations Chairwoman Nita Lowey (D-NY),  it’s “unfortunate that instead of using his budget to build on the historic investments in last year’s budget deal, the president doubled down on partisan talking points that have no chance of becoming law,” adding that it’s “a disastrous repeat of the misplaced priorities and callous cuts he has pursued unsuccessfully in past requests.”

In other news...

 

"Barr announces sweeping new sanctions, 'significant escalation' against left-wing sanctuary cities"

 

https://www.foxnews.com/politics/barr-announces-new-sanctuary-policies

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