View Poll Results: Would the Democrats prefer to be refered to as "tas and spend" or "Borrow and spend&q

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  • Tax and spend

    2 25.00%
  • Borrow and spend

    1 12.50%
  • Both

    5 62.50%
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Thread: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

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    Re: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

    So what's the point of this thread?
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    Re: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    So what's the point of this thread?
    That shoud be obvious to anyone paying attention

    Dems have criticized the GOP as 'borrow and spend', arguing that their idea of 'tax and spend' is better.

    Now, The Obama is borrowing and spending, and doing so to a degree that FAR exceeds anything the GOP ever did.

    So, there is a two-fold purpose here:
    - I want to see what the Dems want to be called, now that they are borrowers/spenders
    - I want to see if the tax/spend dems will criticize Obama.

    So far, the Dems have not acceptted their new position as 'borrowers/spenders', nor have they critizised The Obama to any great degree.

    I guess the (D) next to His name is all that matters.

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    Re: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

    Quote Originally Posted by obvious Child View Post
    This is inherently dishonest. Obama's projected budget increases taxation on some groups either by raising tax levels or closing loopholes/tax shelters while borrowing and spending. You are dishonestly trying to cast it as spend and borrow rather then spend, borrow and tax.
    You did notice the "both" option, yes?

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    Re: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

    Quote Originally Posted by Goobieman View Post
    That shoud be obvious to anyone paying attention

    Dems have criticized the GOP as 'borrow and spend', arguing that their idea of 'tax and spend' is better.

    Now, The Obama is borrowing and spending, and doing so to a degree that FAR exceeds anything the GOP ever did.

    So, there is a two-fold purpose here:
    - I want to see what the Dems want to be called, now that they are borrowers/spenders
    - I want to see if the tax/spend dems will criticize Obama.

    So far, the Dems have not acceptted their new position as 'borrowers/spenders', nor have they critizised The Obama to any great degree.

    I guess the (D) next to His name is all that matters.
    So you want to discuss peoples opinions on this issue? I see.

    Does this actually qualify as "having a point?" I'm asking because it's counter to your logic when criticizing others polls.
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    Re: Dems: Tax/spend? Borrow/spend?

    Quote Originally Posted by Lerxst View Post
    So you want to discuss peoples opinions on this issue? I see.

    Does this actually qualify as "having a point?" I'm asking because it's counter to your logic when criticizing others polls.
    The point of the poll is clear; if you reference the last line of the post you responsed to, maybe you'll pick up on it.

    Dont be mad a ME because YOU don't have a point.

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