It’s a recent photo taken AFTER he became President! Check this out!
Is this too ‘incendiary’?
Look at the photo and see for yourself:
What did you expect to see? Trollops peeing on a bed? That’s just stupid.
Nope. It’s these two again.
Awww… was that too harsh?
Were they just ‘doing what had to be done’ to ram legislation through?
Or are they giving away the store to stupid Leftist demands?
Rand Paul made his thoughts pretty clear about the domestic spending side.
We know where he’d come down on that question. What about you?
Here are the numbers that will have had him upset:
$300,000,000,000–$400,000,000,000: The amount of additional federal spending over the next two years authorized under this budget (as opposed to current levels). This includes a $165 billion hike for defense spending over the next two years (more than the president’s budget request), a $130 billion hike for non-defense domestic spending, and nearly $90 billion in additional funds for disaster relief in states hit by hurricanes and wildfires. The legislation extends funding for the Children’s Health Insurance program for an additional four years (in addition to the six years it was extended for back in January), funds community health centers for another two years, includes $6 billion of funding for the opioid crisis, and includes $20 billion of funding for infrastructure.
$1,150,000,000,000: The Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget estimates that, if the budget compromise becomes law, the federal deficit in 2019 will reach $1.15 trillion, up from $439 billion in 2015. The legislation also includes a provision that suspends the U.S. debt ceiling, the official limit on the amount of money the federal government can borrow, through March of 2019.
A number of fiscal hawks in the House of Representatives opposed the deal due to its effect on the deficit. Speaking to reporters earlier this week, Representative Mo Brooks (R-Alabama) labeled the bill “a debt junkie’s dream.”
But that isn’t all… it’s also got a few ‘extra’ things tucked into it.
Were these really ‘necessary’ to get the votes?
Extend a long list of special-interest tax breaks that were scheduled to expire soon
The list is so extensive that it takes up 65 pages of the legislation. Among the tax breaks that would be extended:
A break for owners of race horses, who are allowed to depreciate the value of their horses over three years.
Renewal of incentives for geothermal energy, small wind farms and fuel cells, which had been left out of a bill in 2015 that extended tax benefits for larger wind and solar power projects.
A tax credit for “carbon capture” technology in which power plants or other big sources of carbon dioxide pump the emissions underground. Some environmental scientists believe the technology, if it is perfected, could one day be a major tool for combating global warming.
An extension of a break for nuclear power plants that would help Southern Company, which is building two nuclear reactors in Georgia.
A tax credit for vehicles powered with biodiesel and other biofuels or with fuel cells.
A special break for a small college in Kentucky, the home state of Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.). The measure would exempt Berea College from a new tax on schools with large endowments. Berea is distinctive because it does not charge tuition.
We know they were looking for a ‘bipartisan’ bill.
But if you’re going to do that to the taxpayer… at least buy us dinner first.
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