registered contrarian since 2003
Certainly not what President Obama did with it! :^)Oh, different six trillion bucks.....
Re-instate arts and music programs recently cut out of school programs by conservative pedants. Tap into the unemployed by finding who among them could help with my road and bridge rebuilding program because conservatives will just let that all - and them - go to hell. Fund low-cost loans to small businesses in the inner city because conservatives wouldn't lift a finger to help anybody who wasn't already a millionaire. Refurbish blighted urban schools to help people out of poverty because conservatives can't exist without a permanent underclass to cut their lawns. And, if there's anything left over, fund a study to see how we can get Texas to break away from the union and ship every conservative to their little Ayn Rand utopia so they can foster a nation the rest of the world can more precisely direct their hatred and vitriol toward instead of blaming us for the sick policies of American exceptionalism that have made us a pariah across the globe.This would probably cost more than 6 trillion, but we can make up the rest by evening out the tax rates conservatives have greedily skewed in their favor and putting an end to corporate welfare so Mitt Romney can get himself a real job.
for starters... i would not borrow it in the first place.
Lessee....we could repeal Obamacare and find out!
Just to be clear, Bubba: you're more upset about spending money on health care than you are about spending it on an unnecessary and avoidable war.Good to know.
In case you haven't noticed, Brian, we're all supposed to go "OMG he's going to slay us all" whenever Bucakes starts a non-argument argument with "Lessee..."It's like a code for "everybody's stupid but me."
Brian; let me rephrase your comment. I am certainly more upset about the fact that Obamacare can ruin healthcare for all of us.
dont know about ruin it. jury is still out on that, but mine has definately increased in cost as a result.so, i get less, but pay more for it now. :(
translation: "Lesse, Brian, it isn't that I'm more upset about spending money on health care than I am about spending it on an unnecessary and avoidable war. It's that I'm not as upset about spending money on an unnecessary and avoidable war as I am about spending money on healthcare. See the difference?"
Don't give up your day job and apply for one of those jobs at the UN, RW. Instead, try to tell Gino, and hundreds of millions of others, why their insurance rates are going up 32% on average, and why that's a good thing.Supply and demand. It's not just a good idea, it's a law.
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