An endorsement I’m sure of – Donald Trump for President

23 Oct

4 Responses to “An endorsement I’m sure of – Donald Trump for President”

  1. Jim October 24, 2020 at 9:08 am #

    When Reagan ran for president back in 1980, he proclaimed outrage that the National Debt was close to a Trillion Dollars. That is all previous presidents from Washington to Carter had accumulated 900 billion in debt.

    This year, under Trump the federal government added over Three Trillion Dollars to the National Debt. Just this one year. This is partly due to Trump’s tax cuts. The current total is now over 27 Trillion Dollars. However when we add in unfunded liabilities such as pensions the total is over 131 Trillion.

    Another four years of Trump and the US will be bankrupt like some impoverished Latin American country.

    You are very concerned about fiscal responsibility in Chico, why don’t you have the same concern for our Federal Government?

    • Juanita Sumner October 25, 2020 at 5:51 am #

      My blog is called Chico Taxpayers, not US Taxpayers, so yes, I concentrate on local issues. Frankly, I don’t have the money to fly to DC.

      I like Trump’s tax cuts. Now I hope he cuts – guts – agencies like FEMA, who spend billions doing NOTHING. FEMA’s presence here after the Camp Fire was nothing but insulting. How much do you think the woman from FEMA made in salary to come here and stay in a posh hotel at the expense of the taxpayers, and do absolutely nothing for the fire victims? There are a lot of agencies I’d slash to the bone – NASA would not exist. Gee, love to hear about all that money they’re spending in space! Let’s send FEMA to the mooooon!

      So, I do care about the federal deficit. But I’m sorry, I can only act locally.

      Well, now that we’ve talked about Trump, let’s hear about Biden. One reason I am endorsing Trump is I’m sick of liberal policies that result in MORE SPENDING on stupid programs like Obamacare, “alternative energy” bailouts and welfare for illegal aliens. How is Biden going to lower the national deficit? Is he going to address the pension deficit? Or RAISE TAXES? That’s a trick question – he’s already promised to raise taxes. He’s also promised to be a total dick to states that vote for Trump.

      • Jim October 25, 2020 at 7:34 am #

        The answer is simple, Obama/Biden spent less. The federal budget has grown 800 Billion Dollars under Trump. Instead of cuts, Trump spent more.

  2. Juanita Sumner October 25, 2020 at 3:15 pm #

    But earlier you said trump made tax cuts. I think that’s true. Here’s what else is true, I’ve heard Biden say it with my own ears, hes going to raise our taxes. Hes going to make a national mask mandate and further shut down our economy. By the time a Biden presidency got through 4 years we’d all be Screwed

    Admit it Jim, you’re just mad cause I’ve canceled your vote. 😆

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