now they have offered to allow the remaining people who have a job / buisness to donate their money to help reduce the national debt.
while they sit around pilling up the dollars they didnt have to use to pay for the debt they created.
the debt they created but you have to pay for.
the republican who offered this bill or whatever it is is donating $700.00 to this cause.
thats a generous offer but its not quite enough , you republicans dont want to pay back the trillions you borrowed against the credit of the U.S. in the eight years that you had control.
but that $700.00 will help to pay the intrest for part of 1 second on the trillions of dollars that you borrowed.
but all he has to do is repeat his generous offer
20,000,000,000 more times and he will balance the budget but only if he does it today !!!
if he waits until his republican colleagues have destroyed the credit of the U.S. then the higher interest rate alone will jump the debt to over 20 trillion (now) in a single day.
and I wonder if this isnt just another republican / rich scheme to rip off Americans even more.
after all nobody complained about the trillions given to the rich in bail outs , because the public got 80 billion first , $250.00 each.
higher interest rates to the U.S. credit sounds like a plan they would be interested in.
and who would loan the U.S. the money at a higher interest rate , the poor people in america or the rich
in america or one of the other
republican supported countries such as china?
duhhhh .... will donations cause the economy to grow? NO
in fact any money spent by the public on donations to reduce the deficit would cause the economy to shrink.
because that money would not be spent within the pitiful
economy that we still have left.
does it sound good to make such a generous offer? yes it does , will it help , NO
14 trillion dollars / 130 million workers = 107 thousand dollars debt for each worker.
even if they were to make this a mandantory donation the republicans / rich would find a loophole or a tax cutting president to give themselves a tax cut so that the republicans / rich wouldnt have to actually pay anything.
and they would get tax cuts in the guise of using the money to create new jobs.
1) they are the ones that removed all the jobs.
2) they are the ones that have had plenty of tax cuts in the past ever since President Reagan.
3) did they create a better economy with those tax cuts?
yes they did just look at the country they support and look at the difference in that countries economy since republicans have had a hand in it.
present day Hong Kong ( 2009 )
old Hong Kong , before the U.S. tax breaks for the rich
and the free trade for the rich.( 1972 )
yea , sure the top 1% pay 37% of the revenues , but you can bet they heap in loads more money because of the low wages in the republican supported countries.
sure they would create new jobs , but I can guarantee you that those new jobs would not be created in the U.S.
sure they may create 50,000 new jobs at a fast food restaurant ( have you noticed the number of fast food restaurants popping up in your city) but they would outsource to some other country (that has lower wages) 100,000 or more higher paying U.S. jobs.
so the result would be a negative job growth of 50,000 jobs and unknown payrole dollars that are taxable.
when will the stupid republican voters wake up and see the maggots in there bowl of soup.
Republican voters are so gullible / but the republican politicians are extremely smart when it comes to convincing people to vote for them.
hitler was also extremely smart when it came to convincing people to follow him in the destruction of germany , he just used their prejudices against the jewish people.
republicans use the prejudices against the poor and needy and helpless in america to get the votes that will put them in office so that they can continue bringing the U.S. to destruction.
theres not much difference , the rich are the only people the republicans actually support and the rich are the people who exported all the jobs that caused the government to have less revenue and the need to borrow money in the first place.