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  •   corporal_bravo Wait until it's Bush vs. Clinton again. Makes me wonder if they are still taking volunteers for the one way Mars trip. 10h
  •   tomheikkinen They made fun of Ross Perot, about #NAFTA, because he was right! #GiantSuckingSound 9h
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proconstitution The last time our debt was out of the negatives, or at least close to to the end of the negatives, was leadership under Bill Clinton. We can't keep saying that we are going to lower this deficit, when no solution has been close to being presented... A true leading country doesn't owe itself to others, especially when we don't pay it off... Partner(s)
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  •   hashtag77bob @proconstitution you may have a wire crossed, we actually haven't been "out of debt" as a nation since 1835-1836, which is also the only time we've ever been out of debt. what did happen is that during the clinton administration the *budget* was balanced, and we even had a surplus. the difference being that our national debt is a bottom line number of how much we owe, where as our federal budget refers to how much revenue the federal government "takes in" within a given year, taking into account how much money the federal government is going to spend within that same year. so if there is an unbalanced budget, you are borrowing money to cover expenses, if there is a "perfectly balanced" budget you are breaking even, and if you have a surplus budget you take in mors $ than what you are going to spend in the given year, at no point during the clinton administration was our national debt ever under 4 trillion dollars. further, to give credit to clinton's leadership is more or less unfounded given that we had unprecedented economic growth from our private sector(tech and energy had grown robust in the 80s, exploding in the 90s, oft referred to by economists as the "dot com boom" or "the roaring 90s") which provided huge revenue spikes to the federal government, and that for much of his 2nd term we had a 2/3rds republican house And Senate. during his first term our budget wouldn't have been balanced or surplus if he hadn't sold and or disbanded our national military to a 3rd its original size across the board. sorry this is so long winded just wanted to offer a different angle 1d
  •   solid_oakie @hashtag77bob thanks man that was a good read 1d
  •   hashtag77bob thanks brother @solid_oakie 1d

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  •   jeff.garyiii Social healthcare? Doesn't columbia have a similar law in effect? 1d
  •   scottypimpinyo If people took care of them selves shouldn't need healthcare 19h

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