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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Dickieboy View Post
    It appears that you believe that intragovernmental debt is not a liability thus are not counting it in the numbers to make your point.
    Just showing you the accounting that's used BUY ALL PRESIDENTS.I love to see wingers dance around when in there self induced fog.
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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Just showing you the accounting that's used BUY ALL PRESIDENTS.I love to see wingers dance around when in there self induced fog.
    So you concede your position is fallacious...fog indeed...thanks for that
    "The fact that we are here today to debate raising America's debt limit is a sign of leadership failure" - 2006 Senator Obama...leadership failure indeed!

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Then it seems the"baggers"shoulda been impressed by Clinton seeings as he did THREE times.
    I would imagine "baggers" would be more impressed by the repub congress through the last 6 yrs of the Clinton adm.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by gingern44 View Post
    I would imagine "baggers" would be more impressed by the repub congress through the last 6 yrs of the Clinton adm.
    Yeah, they woulda envied the money wasted on the failed impeachment for sure.And the whitewater investigation surely woulda gave them a tingle up a leg.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Eighty Deuce View Post
    **** that nonsense. Speak for yourself, but you sure as **** do not have the mental capacity to speak for me.

    Ike ran a surplus. Seems to me that "baggers" would be most impresssed with such ! Seeing as you can't even take simple debt numbers at face value, why should I, or anyone, put any stock in your opinion ?

    I don't, btw.

    Ike was the last decent Republian President and the last one to not increase the deficit and national debt. Reagan and the 2 Bush's are responsible for $12 trilion of of current debt.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    Yeah, they woulda envied the money wasted on the failed impeachment for sure.And the whitewater investigation surely woulda gave them a tingle up a leg.

    But wait they balanced the budget, right? After all congress has the purse strings.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by gingern44 View Post
    But wait they balanced the budget, right? After all congress has the purse strings.
    You tell me.if Clinton would have had today's baggers in the house when the tax increase was passed during his first term, do you think he would have gotten their vote?After all, if it wasn't for those tax increase we wouldn't be having this discussion today.

    By the way Clinton didn't get a republican vote when said tax increase was passed.The same tax increase that newt said would throw the nation into a recession.
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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    I don't know which is more sad...that this ill-equipped fossil actually said this, or that there are folks clueless enough to believe it.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    Quote Originally Posted by Whipsnade View Post
    You tell me.if Clinton would have had today's baggers in the house when the tax increase was passed during his first term, do you think he would have gotten their vote?After all, if it wasn't for those tax increase we wouldn't be having this discussion today.

    By the way Clinton didn't get a republican vote when said tax increase was passed.The same tax increase that newt said would throw the nation into a recession.
    Well when those tax increases were voted on we weren't 16 trillion in debt with no slow down envisioned for the growth of future spending.

    And when Clinton left office we were in recession.

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    Re: Jerry Brown: California's deficit is gone

    QUOTE gingern44

    Well when those tax increases were voted on we weren't 16 trillion in debt with no slow down envisioned for the growth of future spending.
    True. that's why the top 2% are paying the Clinton tax rate now.

    And when Clinton left office we were in recession.
    I coulda sworn when President Clinton left office ,in of 2001, the unemployment rate was 4.2%.If you have numbers other than that I would appreciate seeing them.
    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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