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Old May 6th, 2013, 03:48 PM   #11
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Read the article. And your trolling proves you are incapable of discussion and unwilling to have any.
I read the article, that is why I asked, "What is the huge debt? How much?"

Now why don't you answer the questions?
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She can't answer, she's a Dem crack house troll.
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Old May 6th, 2013, 03:53 PM   #13
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She can't answer, she's a Dem crack house troll.
"Dem crack house troll"? how so?

And I don't answer trolling comments from JimmyB. He's incapable of discussion and has proven it. how about you? You consider this guy a hypocrite, saying a government which needs funds to take care of citizens or protect the country if under attack should not be able to borrow money?

If yes, why? Why should this guy practice what he tells the government NOT to do when all he has is HIS own values to cover and not the lives of a nation?
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Old May 6th, 2013, 03:58 PM   #14
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"Dem crack house troll"? how so?

And I don't answer trolling comments from JimmyB. He's incapable of discussion and has proven it. how about you? You consider this guy a hypocrite, saying a government which needs funds to take care of citizens or protect the country if under attack should not be able to borrow money?

If yes, why? Why should this guy practice what he tells the government NOT to do when all he has is HIS own values to cover and not the lives of a nation?
I read the article, that is why I asked, "What is the huge debt? How much?"

Did he borrow money or co-sign a student loan for his child?
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Old May 6th, 2013, 04:15 PM   #15
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Government is nothing like a business and cannot be run as one — its aim is to protect its citizens, not to turn a profit. But even businesses and individuals often borrow in the short term to make investments for the long term — mortgages, lines of credits, and other sorts of loans are facts of life for millions of Americans and businesses of all sizes. Start-up businesses rarely break even for the first several years and few people can afford to buy their first home outright or pay for their kids to go to college out of pocket.

None of this should come as news to Gomez, who himself has borrowed money. His financial disclosure form reveals that despite his massive holdings and income, he took out a student loan in 2010. The debt, currently between $50,001 and $100,000, is to be paid back over a 23-year term at a 3.5 percent interest rate.
Bottomline is, no one on the right knows what the function of the government is, nor what it does in our rights as citizens. The government and its role in our society has been distorted by the republican radical religions of hating the poor while worshiping the rich and the pundits of hating all but the old white man.
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Bottomline is, no one on the right knows what the function of the government is, nor what it does in our rights as citizens. The government and its role in our society has been distorted by the republican radical religions of hating the poor while worshiping the rich and the pundits of hating all but the old white man.
I read the article, that is why I asked, "What is the huge debt? How much?"

Did he borrow money or co-sign a student loan for his child?
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Old May 6th, 2013, 06:09 PM   #17
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So, nice story and congratulations.

But let's say there's this budget amendment passed and then it goes through the government cannot raise its debt.

Let's say there are 15 more factories exploding in Texas, the fracking for natural gas causees 7 earthquakes in the midwest and appalachia regions and an army of middle east fighters here to take out our government attacks....we have no money for anything...you think that's smart?
Then the Government Like me has to make a decition.

Is funding "shrimp on a treadmill" more important that security of an Embassy

Decisions decision

Or Cooking classes for State Department Chefs more importhant that saving the life of an Ambassador.

Or Playing Golf with Tiger woods while your wife Vacations in CO more important that funding Air Traffic Controlers

You know they have to make the Tough decisions.
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She can't answer, she's a Dem crack house troll.
Substance? Or just flaming here?
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Old May 6th, 2013, 06:32 PM   #19
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So, he's not proposing debt accumulation, though, is he? He's proposing NO debt for the US. how does that work with a government?
Just like it does for a company or an individual. Make sure you spend less than you make.
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Old May 6th, 2013, 06:39 PM   #20
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Just like it does for a company or an individual. Make sure you spend less than you make.
EXACTLY

How many people that have no debt, have filed for Bankruptsy?


How many paid off homes have been foreclosed upon?

How many paid off cars have been repossessed by the bank?

If you have no debt how easy is it to have money to cover your needs..


and even afford many of your wants.

Save for the future.
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