Stimulate the LP | Libertarian Party

In the middle of a global pandemic and a nearly complete economic halt, our elected officials could not comprehend the obvious idea of giving taxpayers their money back to help them keep their bills paid without adding in more than a trillion dollars of corporate bailouts and pork-barrel spending. When we actually break down the […]

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Government leaders who believe you and I could not survive without them think the only way to solve a problem is to throw tax dollars at it. We do have very real, deep problems in this country that need to be addressed — health insurance costs, ever-increasing student debt, the opioid crisis, veteran homelessness and suicide — and these problems vary from community to community. Not every American is living with the same issues, and what works in one state may not have the same effect on a different population.

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“We, The Sheeple” have real problems.

Adding to posterity’s future debt with trillions of stimulus, bailouts, and just waste.

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One thought on “Stimulate the LP | Libertarian Party

  1. Can’t disagree on this one. It’s an unbelievable burden for future generations. The only people who should have received any money were those who were unemployed. The idea of giving people who were still earning a paycheck or people on social security, welfare etc. whose income wasn’t affected was dumb. Politicians want to believe that will stimulate an economy but it won’t. The majority of people, particularly low income folks, who got the money spent it on an existing bill not a new purchase. When you have a President who thinks debt is good and then can’t pay his bills and a Republican led Senate from states that disproportionately take government funds this is what you get.

    Thanks,

    Scott Silvay

    Sent from my iPhone

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