Viewing politics, the economy, money, taxes, spending, and war through the partisan lense provided by the media, culture and powers that be, is a sure path to being forever distracted and confused.The parties are the same.Money is debt.And politics is theatre.
True, and by design.
No doubt.The best thing I ever did, or one of them, was completely tuning out of mainstream tv.
Vern, easy question. How did we get to the point of a fiscal cliff?And don't even say Bush's Fault".
No wonder you don't understand the subject, you have a serious comprehension issue.I never asked you any such question, but nice attempt at a dodge with an insult.Now pay close attention, I'll pote it again.Now, can you answer that without a dodge this time?It may be your last chance.
Vern clearly has no intention of answering Solar's question. Typical.
as I clearly pointed out, we got to the fiscal cliff because republicans created a fake crisis about raising the debt limit. they have an ignorant base to pander to. So they have to talk tough, shuffle some papers and act angry.
Vern has a bad case of tunnel vision. His hatred of republicans prevents him from seeing the larger picture.
I Never Asked Who Was To Blame. Get that through your thick skull!
Actually it was the only thread related question you asked. Mmmm, as I’m kinda new to the forum, what constitutes a ‘lie’ around here. Seems like he did ask me. Anyhoo I first interpreted it as “who’s to blame”. Solar whined and whined so I interpreted it as “why we had a fiscal cliff.” My answer is the same, republicans created a fake crisis about raising the debt limit. And that’s another problem with questions especially from solar. He cant post a clear statement and now his questions are vague and dont have defintive answers. (geez it took taxed 3 posts to get his simple question straight). Questions are just a timesuck used by people who really have no clue. As far as your other question solar, besides not being thread related, its based on a mish mosh of lies, spin and whatever personal delusions you have. So no you silly silly pub, its not a straight forward question. Here are some simple guidelines to follow to make your make your learning process faster (and more fun)Make clear simple points and back them up Don’t ask questions (other than rhetorical)Stop making it about me.Whats funny solar is all three of those quidelines preclude you from posting.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Democrat in the Senate warned on Thursday that the United States looks to be headed over the "fiscal cliff" of tax hikes and spending cuts that will start next week if squabbling politicians do not reach a deal.Majority Leader Harry Reid told the Senate in a speech that "it looks like that is where we're headed.He called on the Republicans who control the House of Representatives to prevent the worst of the fiscal shock by getting behind a Senate bill to extend existing tax cuts for all except those households earning more than $250,000 a year.
Me thinks Vern enjoys chasing his own tail.
Vernice knows that answering, throws his argument in the trash, unless he lies, then he looks like the fool he is.Is it a catch 22? Probably, but that's how honest debate works, and if he is unwilling to debate honestly, then I see no reason to allow him to continue polluting the forum.