Hillary Clinton warns GOP that shutdown 'wouldn't be the worst thing for Democrats'

Sep 24, 2013 Full story: Nanaimo Daily News 87

Hillary Rodham Clinton warned congressional Republicans on Tuesday that there would be consequences if they pursue a government shutdown to circumvent President Barack Obama's health care law, saying it "wouldn't be the worst thing for Democrats."

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Your Ex

United States

#23 Sep 25, 2013
Say What What wrote:
I keep hitting the debt ceiling on my MC....I called but they wont raise limit....and I gotta go shopping this weekend.
If you hadn't thrown a temper tantrum last time, causing your credit rating to be downgraded, you wouldn't be having theses issues.
Eleanor

Mundelein, IL

#24 Sep 25, 2013
Lamer wrote:
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the gov isnt run like a household nor should it. The finances are very different.
Yes, government finances are different. They can print more money!!

Eventually too much debt will cause the government to continue printing way too much money which will DEVALUE every dollar held by every person.

When no one can afford anything even IF THEY HAVE money, then MAYBE people will start paying attention to the MASSIVE GOVERNMENT DEBT.

Until then, let's just live in our little pretend world where it's OK for the government to be TRILLIONS of dollars in debt.

Somebody - me, you, your children, their children WILL eventually have to pay DOWN the debt.
Lamer

Piqua, OH

#25 Sep 25, 2013
Eleanor wrote:
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Yes, government finances are different. They can print more money!!
Eventually too much debt will cause the government to continue printing way too much money which will DEVALUE every dollar held by every person.
When no one can afford anything even IF THEY HAVE money, then MAYBE people will start paying attention to the MASSIVE GOVERNMENT DEBT.
Until then, let's just live in our little pretend world where it's OK for the government to be TRILLIONS of dollars in debt.
Somebody - me, you, your children, their children WILL eventually have to pay DOWN the debt.
no need to get over dramatic, we all know being in debt is not a good thing. But lets not pretend the gov finances should be run anything close to resembling a household. A corporation would be closer but still apples/oranges.

One of the main differences is that you are working toward a retirement and maybe a little nest egg to pass off to someone. The gov never works to a retirement age, does not pass down inheritance, ect.

And having debt in itself if not a bad thing; its too much debt that is toxic. Look at some of the biggest business in this county; they all have debt and has been growing each and every year. Cargill, Walmart, all of them. As they grow, they can manage more debt. They also are not working to an "endgame" aka retirement.

Since: Oct 12

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#27 Sep 25, 2013
Phil wrote:
The worst thing would be normal, promising candidates for presidents just like Rand Paul and Marco Rubia
The only good Paul is Ron Paul, and he is too old.....And, many hispanics can't stand Rubio..........

Since: Oct 12

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#28 Sep 25, 2013
Your Ex wrote:
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If you hadn't thrown a temper tantrum last time, causing your credit rating to be downgraded, you wouldn't be having theses issues.
...Cosign.....

Since: Oct 12

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#30 Sep 25, 2013
alan wrote:
<quoted text>you couldn't get a job to blow obamas dog you libertard so a shutdown want bother you?
...LOL....Bet you haven't told the GOP yet....you're one of THEMMMMMMMM.........LOLOLOLOL. ...
EndBigGovernment

Fort Myers, FL

#31 Sep 25, 2013
Hillary thinks only about Democrat politicians, when she says a shut down will not hurt Democrats. The minions never enter her mind, unless it's feeding time. A cross eyed, rancid hag with bloody fangs.

Since: Mar 09

The Left Coast

#32 Sep 25, 2013
Eleanor wrote:
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That's right.
Even the government has to learn NOT to spend MORE than they are able to borrow!!!
You and I HAVE to live within our debt limit; then so should the government!
The government needs to STOP SPENDING MONEY it doesn't have!
A small point of order - the government needs to stop spending money WE don't have.
Darkness Falls

Houston, TX

#33 Sep 25, 2013
RustyS wrote:
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A small point of order - the government needs to stop spending money WE don't have.
I agree with you although Barry and Hillary consider that an insignificant detail.

Since: Oct 12

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#34 Sep 26, 2013
RustyS wrote:
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A small point of order - the government needs to stop spending money WE don't have.
...This year, 2013's fiscal budget deficit is on course to be under a trillion dollars, for the first time in 5 years....just saying....
conservative crapola

Allentown, PA

#35 Sep 26, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>...This year, 2013's fiscal budget deficit is on course to be under a trillion dollars, for the first time in 5 years....just saying....
The cat has the tongue on that one, over at the fux business(cough) channel.

Since: Oct 12

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#36 Sep 26, 2013
conservative crapola wrote:
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The cat has the tongue on that one, over at the fux business(cough) channel.
Yes, but i am also surprised, hardly any of the mainstream media has'nt pointed it out.....Now, i just laugh when the Reich cries about this President's spending.....
Eleanor

Mundelein, IL

#37 Sep 26, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>...This year, 2013's fiscal budget deficit is on course to be under a trillion dollars, for the first time in 5 years....just saying....
That's like saying you're only a MILLION dollars in debt and you're only going to spend $300,000 OVER your take-home pay.(instead of spending $500,000 OVER in the previous year)!

Since: Oct 12

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#38 Sep 26, 2013
Eleanor wrote:
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That's like saying you're only a MILLION dollars in debt and you're only going to spend $300,000 OVER your take-home pay.(instead of spending $500,000 OVER in the previous year)!
So then, you are saying it really isn't about cutting spending, within an ongoing, overall budget deficit?
Eleanor

Mundelein, IL

#39 Sep 26, 2013
Go Blue Forever wrote:
<quoted text>So then, you are saying it really isn't about cutting spending, within an ongoing, overall budget deficit?
Sure it is about cutting spending.

But at the SLOW RATE of cutting back, it will take a GAZILLION years to pay off the existing/future debt accumulation.

That is, IF the government doesn't self-implode under the TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS it already racked up!!
Justin

United States

#40 Sep 26, 2013
The Federal government has been running yearly budget deficits around $ 1,500 Billion.

Devide that by 365, and it seems to federal governemnt is accumulating debt at a rate of about $ 4.1 Billion per day.

So, shut down the federal government for a week and perhaps we save $ 28 Billion.

Since: Oct 12

Location hidden

#41 Sep 26, 2013
Eleanor wrote:
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Sure it is about cutting spending.
But at the SLOW RATE of cutting back, it will take a GAZILLION years to pay off the existing/future debt accumulation.
That is, IF the government doesn't self-implode under the TRILLIONS OF DOLLARS it already racked up!!
Some of those accumulations, you speak of have actually shrunken, in the last 9 months....you just don't hear about it....or it does'nt match your parties agenda.....Look and see, if i am lying....
Justin

United States

#42 Sep 26, 2013
$ 1,500,000 Million ( 1.5 Million X Million).

That how much the federal government will add to the national debt this year.

That's a $ Million check for every resident of the state of Idaho.
Mike

Zephyrhills, FL

#44 Sep 26, 2013
Lying, evil, rotten person.
Justin

United States

#45 Sep 26, 2013
Mike wrote:
Lying, evil, rotten person.
Who you say is lying?

The Federal government sure does put American $28 Billion every week.

Read it and weep.

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