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Leftist vs. Liberalism *WARNING: POLITICS!*

Discussion in 'Coffee House' started by Feldon, Aug 17, 2020.

  1. Feldon

    Feldon Administrator Staff Member

    AOC says they had 2 hours to review it.
     
    • Shocked Shocked x 1
  2. AlfrReabY

    AlfrReabY New Member

    With 1 in 100 persons going to jail it is going to be very difficult not to have contact in daily life with someone who has been a felon. Seems a little absurb that posting a comment is having contact with a felon. Just my opinion.
     
  3. Feldon

    Feldon Administrator Staff Member

    70 million Americans have a criminal record, including arrests — that’s one in three adults.
     
  4. Anaogi

    Anaogi Active Member

    That's been SOP in Congress for years. They haven't passed a proper budget in more than a decade IIRC. What went to the American people is crumbs compared to what's headed out to wind up in oligarch bank accounts worldwide. It's disgusting.
     
    • Agree Agree x 1
  5. Arazons

    Arazons Member

    Its been 20 years since the last time we actually had a legal and constitutionally mandated budget. In the 20 years since and the 20 years prior it had been burn baby burn on any debt bubble the market could dream up. 2000 was a big year. 2001 and on was meant to be so much bigger, but we were severely misled from 2001 on. Congress and the courts have continually failed to put the public interest above their own, or their sponsors own.

    Spare no expense...
    It wasn't just something John Hammond said.... It ought to be the US Inc Congressional motto.

    We need to return to a metal backed currency to eliminate inflation and work towards eliminating public and private debt. We need a balanced budget. To do that you cannot just spend endlessly, cuts also must be made. The spare no expense attitude needs to give way to reason and moderation.
     

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