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    Modern Republicans no better than Democrats re: National Debt.

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    -- I was just flipping through the channels and saw Pence speaking (a re-run) at CPAC or some other conference.
    He was talking about the National Debt. Pence said that "our approach" (as opposed to the Democrats) is to "deal with" the National Debt
    by creating the strongest economy, de-regulating and lowering taxes.

    The problem with this modern Republican approach is that it demonstrably does nothing but raise the National Debt higher - every time.
    There is not a presidency which decreased the National Debt since Calvin Coolidge, almost 100 years ago.

    How can these supposedly educated people - on both sides of their dual-party system - keep making false statements and keep enslaving the U.S. to the international banking cartel over and over again with impunity and nothing ever changes?

    I'm not picking on Trump or Pence, what they say and do comes straight off the pages of Rothschild instruction manuals. Politics is a game, and the winners make money, no matter which of these parties tweaks the setup. See for yourself what each president has done in the historical background link. Pence is your standard Club For Growth pupil. These are front groups. Who cut the debt most? Andrew Jackson. Jackson threw the Rothschilds out of America and cut the debt by over 95%. No wonder why he is being taken off the $20 Federal Reserve Notes.

    The last annual budget surplus was 1957. Eisenhower only had 2 surpluses, but 6 deficits, even in the 1950's. His surpluses only summed to 3.8 Billion, while his deficits summed to 26.5 Billion.
    "For we are opposed around the world by a monolithic and ruthless conspiracy ... Its preparations are concealed, not published. Its mistakes are buried not headlined. Its dissenters are silenced, not praised. No expenditure is questioned, no rumor is printed, no secret is revealed." - J.F.K.

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    In other news: Water is still wet!
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