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marke

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I didn't say "UFOs are little men from outer space," so you're the lying doofus here. The fact is, we don't know for certain what they are or who is controlling them.
Some of the brightest, yet non-religious minds in the country have suggested life on earth began after aliens on spaceships sprinkled biological dust into earth's atmosphere.

See Crick's Panspermia theory.
 

marke

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Puuuuuurrrrrrrfect. A new boondoggle government agency to explore tin-foil UFO sightings at another huge aditional cost to already overburdened taxpayers in an already bankrupt economy.

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Puuuuuurrrrrrrfect. A new boondoggle government agency to explore tin-foil UFO sightings at another huge aditional cost to already overburdened taxpayers in an already bankrupt economy.
Well, Rep. Tim Burchett is a Republican, and you know how Republicans love to run up the debt. They do that better than anyone else.
 

marke

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Well, Rep. Tim Burchett is a Republican, and you know how Republicans love to run up the debt. They do that better than anyone else.
I know how democrats like to increase wasteful pork spending and then try to blame the republicans.
 

marke

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Trump promised to pay down the national debt over eight years, but he instead presided over the third-largest increase in the national debt under any administration.
Presidents do not allocate spending. Congress does. I bet you have no clue what political groups over the last few decades have been advocating fiscal responsibility and spending restraints and what political groups commonly push to spend money recklessly.
 

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Presidents do not allocate spending. Congress does. I bet you have no clue what political groups over the last few decades have been advocating fiscal responsibility and spending restraints and what political groups commonly push to spend money recklessly.
Then why did Trump lie when he promised to pay down the national debt over eight years, but instead presided over the third-largest increase in the national debt under any administration?
 

marke

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Then why did Trump lie when he promised to pay down the national debt over eight years, but instead presided over the third-largest increase in the national debt under any administration?
I knew Trump was wrong when he said it. I have picked up on things Trump said and did from time to time that were not right. But what is your point? Do you want us to compare Trump's claim he was going to eliminate the deficit with Biden's claim that his $5 trillion, treasury-robbing, pork-spending, economy-busting democrat spending plan was not going to cost Americans a dime in higher taxes or costs?

Which is more destructive, claiming the debt will be lowered or soliciting support for a bankrupt-causing spending plan by lying about it?
 

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I knew Trump was wrong when he said it. I have picked up on things Trump said and did from time to time that were not right. But what is your point?
He lied.

Which is more destructive, claiming the debt will be lowered or soliciting support for a bankrupt-causing spending plan by lying about it?
Trump did both of those things.
 

marke

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He lied.


Trump did both of those things.
America is suffering from massive indebtedness. Trump is not individually responsible for that, but he may also have been a wrong influence as well, along with thousands of others over the last 4 decades in particular. If we can turn our focus away from Trump for a moment, let's consider trends over the years that have most contributed to the debt. Democrats and republicans constantly fought over raising the debt ceiling during the Obama years and they still fight over increased spending today. I claim those most responsible for the unsustainable indebtedness we are now dealing with are those politicians who fought to grow the government and increase the government debt against those who fought against such things.

You should stop blaming debt problems on those least responsible for causing those problems.
 

marke

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How can we turn our focus away from Trump if we're trying to overturn the 2020 election? Trump got robbed I tell you!
You would do better if you stopped focusing on Trump and started focusing on the evidence of massive voter fraud that democrats have never proven false. Forget Trump. Let's move forward and do what we can to make sure our future elections are not open to fraud like past elections were.
 

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How can we turn our focus away from Trump if we're trying to overturn the 2020 election? Trump got robbed I tell you!
If we audited and then recounted the ballots in all 50 states we might find out that republicans cheated so much that Biden actually won in a landslide giving Biden a mandate. Shouldn't historians be aware of that information?
 
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