The liberal media tries to disintegrate everything into moral relativism. This does not work. We need a strong vision and understanding of right and wrong. Without that vision, everything can be labeled as “evil.” Don’t believe in higher taxes? You are evil. Want to help small businesses thrive? You are evil. Want to fix healthcare through anything but Obamacare? You are evil. This is not so.
This is the only way to approach foreign relations. If we are not strong, we cannot help other nations. If we are poor, beaten down, and weak, we cannot help other people reach their fullest potential. A strong America is best for the entire world. Thank your Mr. President for putting us first!
The media has one play: Character assassination. They will do anything to label you a bigot, racist, sexist, etc. the answer is to resist them and push back. You cannot allow anyone to defame your character wrongfully. It’s unethical.
🤔🤔🤔 #TheMoreYouKnow#TaxCuts#TaxPlan#TaxRelief#TaxReform#TaxBill#TaxOverhaul the #GOP#Republicans#RepublicanParty#ConservativeLogic#Conservatives ☕🐸 #IMF Managing Director Christine Lagarde said the Trump administration’s $1.5 trillion tax cut could prompt other nations to follow suit, fueling a “race to the bottom” that risks hemming in public spending.
While the impact of the package passed by Congress in December is only just beginning to be understood, its effects are likely to include increased consumption and “hopefully the payment of higher wages,” Lagarde said on a panel at the Munich Security Conference in Germany on Friday. It also will fuel inflation, she said. “What we are beginning to see already and what is of concern is the beginning of a race to the bottom, where many other policy makers around the world are saying: ‘Well, if you’re going to cut tax and you’re going to have sweet deals with your corporates, I’m going to do the same thing,”’ Lagarde said.
The IMF chief’s blunt assessment follows an unusually public disagreement between the fund and President Donald Trump’s administration last fall over an IMF paper arguing that developed nations can share prosperity more evenly, without sacrificing growth, by shifting the income-tax burden onto the rich.
Competitive tax cuts risk holding back governments in spending on anything from defense and infrastructure to health and education, Lagarde said. “You need public money,” she said. “The race to the bottom is not conducive to those investments and to helping prepare the workforce and our societies for this new economy of tomorrow.”
This is the solution to gun violence. This is how we put an end to any terrorist threat. Gun free zones create opportunity for destruction. If anyone attacks you for this belief, it is because they are insecure about themselves.
This conversation, believe it or not, is in order. This person:
1. Claimed that shootings are happening because of the secularization of public schools
2. Used a Bible story to back up his argument all the while misspelling both names
3. Backed up his argument on gun control with a story about one person being killed by a rock.
4. Compared mass shootings to abortion.
Weirdly enough, his arguments aren't very different from most conservatives I see on my feed. So I must ask this: is your heavy-gun fetish THAT much more important than the mass murders that happen several times a month?