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Started by joj - Feb. 14, 2019, 10:35 p.m.
"The constitutional provision making Congress the ultimate authority on government spending passed with far less debate. The framers were unanimous that Congress, as the representatives of the people, should be in control of public funds—not the President or executive branch agencies."
That was from a simple google search. Now, about that national emergency....
Illegal border crossings at 40 year lows. I can't help but notice Trump doesn't take credit for that like he takes credit for 40 year lows in unemployment. Why? Because if he did, how could he claim an emergency?
And one last question: If it's a national emergency, then why didn't he declare it last year? What changed?
By mojo - Feb. 17, 2019, 9:29 a.m.
Sadly, when I started holding posters accountable to telling the truth and not using offensive posts and attacking others, over half of the posts dried up.
I made a decision back then that if I was going to continue, all views would continue to be encouraged but hate and lies would be minimized.