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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    That's odd seeings as the CBO seems to think it was balanced.Evidently you are more adept at comprehending the balancing of the budget than the every bean counter in the CBO eh?

    Do you want me to drag up the thread where you i,and the shiek were deep into this very subject and showed you where you were wrong on this...yet again?
    Some things never change, and you appear to be in that category. Tell me what a unified budget is and if the CBO numbers are for the unified budget? I don't understand what it is about liberals that they cannot comprehend the budgeting process.

    Let's try this. You put money aside for a long term obligation and short term you have a crisis that you take money from that long term fund so you can cover that budget shortfall. Is that a balanced budget? Is your long term budget balanced?

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Some things never change, and you appear to be in that category. Tell me what a unified budget is and if the CBO numbers are for the unified budget? I don't understand what it is about liberals that they cannot comprehend the budgeting process.

    Let's try this. You put money aside for a long term obligation and short term you have a crisis that you take money from that long term fund so you can cover that budget shortfall. Is that a balanced budget? Is your long term budget balanced?
    Don't give me your rewashed BS.Even accrual accounting showed surpluses of $69.2 billion in fiscal 1998, $76.9 billion in fiscal 1999, and $46 billion for fiscal year 2000.Look it up.

    here look it up.

    http://fms.treas.gov/fr/index.html
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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Don't give me your rewashed BS.Even accrual accounting showed surpluses of $69.2 billion in fiscal 1998, $76.9 billion in fiscal 1999, and $46 billion for fiscal year 2000.Look it up.
    Have you asked the Treasury Dept for a refund on the debt service for those years since that debt service increased? Why is it the bank account of the United States, The U.S. Treasury, doesn't show a surplus? I don't know what it is about liberalism that creates this kind of loyalty. Apparently you have no problem looking and sounding foolish.

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    If its as "you believe"then like a good American Citizen, you should be reporting it to the proper authorities.Then just MAYBE, WE CAN TOP 100 voter fraud convection's FOR THE ENTIRE COUNTRY.

    hey, no one said that liberals weren't good at it....Proficient at getting away with it. How else would a real douche like Frankin get his seat....? Surely not honestly.
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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Go back and look at the quoted post and then get back to me.
    Look at the fact you are ignoring--we went further in debt every year during the Clinton years--

    historydebt.jpg

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Conservative View Post
    Have you asked the Treasury Dept for a refund on the debt service for those years since that debt service increased? Why is it the bank account of the United States, The U.S. Treasury, doesn't show a surplus? I don't know what it is about liberalism that creates this kind of loyalty. Apparently you have no problem looking and sounding foolish.
    I guess seeings as you've changed the subject to an attack on me, this is your lame ass way of admitting that BJ managed to balance his budget, inspite of the raising taxes on upper-income taxpayers that they incorrectly SQUEALED out to all that would listen ,that it was the "largest tax increase in the history OF mankind."
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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by j-mac View Post
    hey, no one said that liberals weren't good at it....Proficient at getting away with it. How else would a real douche like Frankin get his seat....? Surely not honestly.

    Ooo god,....i'll just give you a thanks,say a few hail Mary's for ya and hope that you don't have any Todd Akins representing your district.
    The haggardness of poverty is everywhere seen contrasted with the sleekness of wealth, the exhorted labor of some compensating for the idleness of others, wretched hovels by the side of stately colonnades, the rags of indigence blended with the ensigns of opulence; in a word, the most useless profusion in the midst of the most urgent wants.Jean-Baptiste Say

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Fisher View Post
    Look at the fact you are ignoring--we went further in debt every year during the Clinton years--

    historydebt.jpg
    In the years of 1998 we had a surplus of $69.2 billion*in 1999 it was $76.9 billion and in 2000 it was $46 billion.Dont mean that that there was no gov debt,it just means the books were in balance when george the second took office. Here check it out for yourself.


    Current Report: Financial Report of the United States: Publications & Guidance: Financial Management Service
    The haggardness of poverty is everywhere seen contrasted with the sleekness of wealth, the exhorted labor of some compensating for the idleness of others, wretched hovels by the side of stately colonnades, the rags of indigence blended with the ensigns of opulence; in a word, the most useless profusion in the midst of the most urgent wants.Jean-Baptiste Say

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    I guess seeings as you've changed the subject to an attack on me, this is your lame ass way of admitting that BJ managed to balance his budget, inspite of the raising taxes on upper-income taxpayers that they incorrectly SQUEALED out to all that would listen ,that it was the "largest tax increase in the history OF mankind."
    Keep ignoring reality so if that is a personal attack so be it. As you have been shown the debt went up every year during the Clinton term and that wouldn't have happened with your claims of a surplus. You simply don't understand a unified budget. Liberal loyalty is making you look foolish.

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    Re: G.O.P. Leaders in House Pull Tax Bill, Citing Lack of Votes

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Ooo god,....i'll just give you a thanks,say a few hail Mary's for ya and hope that you don't have any Todd Akins representing your district.

    You mean you hope that I don't have a representative that you can take out of context? Me too, after all we all know how good demo's are at that. But I'll take the prayers if you are truthful in offering them. Everyone needs good thoughts and prayers for their well being....
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