A "cost" is what you spend.<quoted text>
The stimulus bill cost 821 billion according to the CBO.
My point is that Galt keeps screaming that tax cuts don't cost money.
Yet Galt claims the stimulus cost 821 billon. Is Galt too stupid to know 38% of the stimulus bill was tax breaks? Or is Galt admitting tax breaks cost money.
Which is it?
If I only work 32 hours in a week and get less money, that doesn't make the cost of bread go up, dumbass.
Our biggest problem is, you idiots don't know definitions to words in the English language, and we end up discussing inane things like decreasing taxes makes costs increase.
The government spends too much money.
To cure that problem, the government has to spend less money.
Congress has not been able to even budget the government, and we survive on continuing resolutions. This is analogous to being on life-support.
The debt is increasing at an annual rate of 8 percent. The calculated economic growth is 2 percent, which includes all government (almost 25 percent of the economy) in that calculation. The real economy that pays for everything is only three quarters of the published figures for the total economy, and it is stagnant.
An idiot can tell you our government is facing imminent collapse. We must act now.
No more debt. Not for any reason. When any agency or department expends all money appropriated, shut that agency or department down until there is money in the treasury to appropriate.
No more debt. Not for any reason.
If Congress can't control spending, this is the only other alternative to save the country.