http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/01/06/1176226/-You-want-t...Love a well-considered analogy.SLL
They "invented" a family, that is really a government clone.You must be delusional if you think that is well considered analogy...it is fantasy at best.it is what one would expect from you and your sources though. Put a vision of a family onto a socialist government and there you have your well considered illusion.This would be funny if it wasn't so sad. Just a dodge from being fiscally responsible, which got us into this mess domestically and government wise. You can't extend endless credit and excessive spending just by pretending you are really just helping out old uncle Joe.What a load.99
So what you're saying is this. Now that we've increased the taxes on the rich Uncles of the nation, we can feel free to keep spending to Invest in our future? I'm assuming all the tax credits to corporations, bailouts to financial institutions (mostly big, wealthy bankers), and the various and sundry forms of spending are OK? What forms of spending now are OK to borrow for? Remember that the rich Uncles will now be paying in more for their Free heat and the like, so everything's ok. Trouble is this. Just one little bill was more than the rich Uncle's additional taxes will be this year. Can we expect those rich uncles to pay even more down the road? Is it them that's running up the bill? If so, why do we have a President and a Congress that continues to let them?
Love a well-considered analogy.If you want the analogy to be consistent, the intrest rate on the family credit card would be 1.5%Thus this year's intrest on the Outstanding balance on the credit card: $142,710 would be ~Two-Grand or ~$175 a month.
Those evil Bush deficits don't apply. Amazing how lib rationalize when it's their guy in power. Do as I say, not as I do. Got it!
http://www.dailykos.com/story/2013/01/06/1176226/-You-want-t......Love a well-considered analogy.Me too; if you find one link it, please.tia
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