In the third debate, Hillary Clinton promised she would not increase America’s national debt by “one penny.”
Under Obama, the national debt increased from 10 to 20 trillion dollars.
Hillary has promised not to raise taxes on the middle class.
Where’s her tax revenue coming from, then, to pay down the debt?
We know she’s in with Wall Street, so she certainly won’t add taxes to the rich. She won’t bite the hand that feeds her. That’s not her style. She certainly never bit the husband who fed her.
With America’s growth rate currently at 1%, there is no way the debt does not go up astronomically under Hillary.
So her claim that she will not increase the national debt by “one penny” is a complete lie. Fact-check, please!
So what is she going to do? She will “invest” in “jobs…” or something. She says she will invest in women and green jobs (though Stein and Bernie supporters doubt this) and even so, this has little to do with the hard economics upon which everything else rests. Hillary will spend a lot, and continue the current U.S. policy of crushing and destabilizing the Middle East, and the debt will increase.
Maybe one question everyone should be asking: If the debt increases to 40 trillion, does it matter?
But no one talks about that. Because that would involve thinking. And Zombies don’t think. “I-will-not-increase-the-debt-by-one-penny.” That’s better. That’s how you talk to zombies.
The elimination of Glass/Steagall (which separated investment from retail banking) by Bill Clinton and the support by congressman Barney Frank (D) of Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac led to the housing crash; yet somehow Hillary manages to blame the debt of 20 trillion on Bush, because he happens to be a Republican. This is what the Democrat Zombies do: just the blame Republicans. The zombie army will follow, to the ends of the earth.
Trump says he will cut taxes, and Hillary’s canned response is: you’re cutting taxes on the rich! This is what the Democrats always say, ever since Reagan cut taxes, and increased tax revenues. Zombies go berserk when they hear this. A couple of sentences can explain why tax cuts are good: but the stupid Republicans, who are also zombies, stare into space, and let the retort, “you hate the poor, and love the rich!” go unanswered.
It’s not about Republicans and Democrats.
It’s about how vile and stupid the United States has become.
The Republicans should explain it this way: it’s not tax cuts for the rich; it’s tax cuts for job creation and growth.
If you have two modestly successful corporations taxed at 50%, this will bring in far less tax revenue than if you have 10 very successful corporations taxed at 25%. Yet, for Democrats, strangling business in the cradle by over-taxing and over-regulating (enriching the lawyer class) is good. Because it hurts “the rich.” So the zombies march to the unemployment lines, happy, because at least the Democrats are punishing “the rich.”
My local ABC news affiliate, after the debate, had two “experts” weigh in, so that the zombies watching the telly could quickly grasp the significance of what they just viewed, and both the Democrat and the Republican talking heads said the same thing: “Hillary won the debate. Trump said stupid things. Hillary will win the election.” Both of them. Like zombies. Especially bad for Trump—said the Democrat media zombie—was Trump’s statement that he wouldn’t accept the results of the election. But as Trump said in a speech the next day, why should he agree to accept the results of the election when there is precedence for candidates having the right to question the election results: think Gore in 2000. It’s done all the time. The media zombie was only talking like a—zombie.
Hillary has promised to not add “one penny” to the debt. Yes, and maybe she won’t add any CO2 to the atmosphere, either.
The winner of this election will be the one who hides their creepiness the best.
Sex not only sells, it distracts. “Hey, hey LBJ, how many kids did you kill today?” shouted at a Democrat in 1967, has been replaced, in 2016, by “Bill Clinton is a rapist!”
I think we should just sing ’60s songs.
“In Penny Lane there is a fireman with an hourglass. And in his pocket is a portrait of the Queen He likes to keep his fire engine clean. It’s a clean machine”