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Bradley K. Sherman

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May 22, 2023, 9:28:30 AM5/22/23
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| Why Trump Wants U.S. to Default on Debt
|
| Late last week, amid the on-again/off-again White House
| negotiations with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on raising
| the debt ceiling, Donald Trump lobbed a grenade. Knowing
| full well that President Joe Biden won't simply cave, Trump
| urged Republicans to allow a default "unless they get
| everything they want. Do not fold!!!"
| ...
<https://www.thebulwark.com/why-trump-wants-u-s-to-default-on-debt/>

During former U.S. President Donald Trump's presidency,
Congress raised the debt limit with bipartisan support
and no budget-cut preconditions on three occasions:
in 2017, 2018, and 2019

--bks

Bradley K. Sherman

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May 22, 2023, 10:37:34 AM5/22/23
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> | Late last week, amid the on-again/off-again White House
> | negotiations with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on raising
> | the debt ceiling, Donald Trump lobbed a grenade. Knowing
> | full well that President Joe Biden won't simply cave, Trump
> | urged Republicans to allow a default "unless they get
> | everything they want. Do not fold!!!"
> ...
>During former U.S. President Donald Trump's presidency,
>Congress raised the debt limit with bipartisan support
>and no budget-cut preconditions on three occasions:
>in 2017, 2018, and 2019.

Byron Donalds [R-FL] on _Meet The Press_:
|
| DONALDS: Trump said the debt ceiling shouldn't be used as a
| negotiating wedge when he was president, and when asked why
| he's not saying that now, he said because he's not
| president.
|
| TODD: Do you realize how absurd that sounds?
|
| [50-second video at URL]
|
<https://twitter.com/atrupar/status/1660287242261213186>

--bks

Posse Comitatus

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May 22, 2023, 11:41:02 AM5/22/23
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Putin rewards the loyal.


Lou Bricano

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May 22, 2023, 12:54:02 PM5/22/23
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On 5/22/2023 9:19 AM, super70s wrote:
> In article <u4fqhf$qk8$1...@panix3.panix.com>,
> Defaulting on the budget

On the debt

> would be entirely the fault of the Republicans,

Exactly right.


> the fact that polls show Biden would be blamed for it by some people --
> either on his own or along with the Republicans -- shows how ridiculous
> and dumbed down the US has become the past five years.
>
> There are well over a dozen Republicans in Congress right now from
> districts that Biden won and many handily, if they don't get off their
> asses and join all the Dems to pass this budget they're not going to be
> in the Congress much longer.

NoBody

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May 24, 2023, 3:49:53 PM5/24/23
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On 22 May 2023 13:26:07 -0000, b...@panix.com (Bradley K. Sherman)
wrote:

> |
Look at you advocating bankrupting our country by this
administration's spending.

Siri Cruise

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May 24, 2023, 11:00:26 PM5/24/23
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That was Saint Reagan who decided deficits don't matter.

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Gronk

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Jun 3, 2023, 12:32:53 AM6/3/23
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NoBody wrote:
> On 22 May 2023 13:26:07 -0000, b...@panix.com (Bradley K. Sherman)
> wrote:
>
>> |
>> | Why Trump Wants U.S. to Default on Debt
>> |
>> | Late last week, amid the on-again/off-again White House
>> | negotiations with House Speaker Kevin McCarthy on raising
>> | the debt ceiling, Donald Trump lobbed a grenade. Knowing
>> | full well that President Joe Biden won't simply cave, Trump
>> | urged Republicans to allow a default "unless they get
>> | everything they want. Do not fold!!!"
>> | ...
>> <https://www.thebulwark.com/why-trump-wants-u-s-to-default-on-debt/>
>>
>> During former U.S. President Donald Trump's presidency,
>> Congress raised the debt limit with bipartisan support
>> and no budget-cut preconditions on three occasions:
>> in 2017, 2018, and 2019
>
> Look at you advocating bankrupting our country by this
> administration's spending.
>

You defended #DirtyDon's spending...
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