I'll never understand why the debt becomes an issue when the people you agree with are not in power then the second the people you agree with are in power you suddenly stop giving a damn about it.
Is it really that difficult to be consistent.
If Trump was going to reduce taxes then he should have also reduced federal spending. He didn't so the debt now becomes and issue for the democrats until they get back into power again and try to increase federal spending in which the debt will then become an issue for Republicans.
How much American taxes did I pay? You know the answer. Zero. What's the point? If I ask you a very simple and very reasonable question, do you think you're being clever by just running away from it?
This is the Trump thread.
You are a Trump supporter.
Trump's main campaign promise was that he would build a wall, and Mexico would pay for it.
More than two years into his term, the Wall hasn't been built, Mexico is definitively NOT going to pay for it, and Trump has shut down a quarter of the federal government and left almost a million workers without paychecks over Christmas and New Year in a so-far futile attempt to blackmail the American taxpayer into funding the wall.
Is this not relevant to the President Trump thread?
Now, Polish the President Trump supporter - did you believe the President's repeated assertions about his main campaign promise?
Or did you not believe him?
Are you disappointed that Mexico is not going to pay for the wall, or did you accept that as an inevitability from the start?
Democrats have never campaigned on fiscal responsibility. Republicans never shut up about it - until they're in power and immediately spend trillions of dollars on bullshit wars and handouts to billionaires.