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Franco
02-06-2012, 10:52 AM
The conversation is not being framed correctly, and that is by design. The messengers (propagandists) of the elites want it that way.
First of all, what is truly necessary to fund government; or, better yet, what is necessary government that must be funded? These are questions that are not asked. Politicians won’t address these questions because their goal is to accrue more power over the people through government. Politicians never relinquish power, and government never shrinks.
Think for a moment. In 2000, President Bill Clinton submitted a budget of $1.9 trillion for the 2001 year. Do you recall hardships, starving children, neglected old people or a military with antiquated weapons that year? For 2012, President Barack Obama feels his budget must be $3.7 trillion.

http://www.personalliberty.com/conservative-politics/government/the-wrong-conversation-about-taxes/

road kill
02-06-2012, 12:46 PM
The conversation is not being framed correctly, and that is by design. The messengers (propagandists) of the elites want it that way.
First of all, what is truly necessary to fund government; or, better yet, what is necessary government that must be funded? These are questions that are not asked. Politicians won’t address these questions because their goal is to accrue more power over the people through government. Politicians never relinquish power, and government never shrinks.
Think for a moment. In 2000, President Bill Clinton submitted a budget of $1.9 trillion for the 2001 year. Do you recall hardships, starving children, neglected old people or a military with antiquated weapons that year? For 2012, President Barack Obama feels his budget must be $3.7 trillion.

http://www.personalliberty.com/conservative-politics/government/the-wrong-conversation-about-taxes/
To answer your questions about Clinton's budget, NO, no hardships, no starving children, no neglected old people, no antquated military.

Ironically, we are indeed facing that now!!:shock:




RK

smillerdvm
02-06-2012, 12:55 PM
To answer your questions about Clinton's budget, NO, no hardships, no starving children, no neglected old people, no antquated military.

Ironically, we are indeed facing that now!!:shock:




RK
With a budget that has doubled; far outpacing inflation for this period.

Yet every politician runs on a platform of shrinking govt. Bunch of damn liars. The system is broken. I like Warren Buffets idea of passing an amendment to disqualfy from office any Congresscritter who is in office where the deficit is more than 3% of GDP. I would expand on that idea by also limiting & contracting the % of GDP the govt can spend