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Why Democrats today are speaking of what $4.5 trillion will buy, I want you all listening today to know what $4.5 trillion looks like.
The thickness of a single one-dollar bill measures .0043 inches - so $4.5 trillion of them, stacked on top of one another, equates to 305,397 miles. This is the distance between the earth and the moon. In the area, $4.5 trillion $1 bills are near twice the size of the state of New Jersey. And the length of $4.5 trillion $1 bills would equal four trips from the earth to the sun. And finally, assuming it would take 5 seconds for an American to spend $100 shopping, it would take 7,132 years to spend $4.5 trillion.
This is what 4.5 trillion dollars looks like. But for Democrats, $4.5 trillion looks like this:
Expanded Medicare as well as healthcare funding for dental, vision, and hearing. Free childcare for the poor and free college education initiatives, as well as transforming the country's energy system to address climate change needs or what liberals call "The Green New Deal."
Just listen to some of these amounts:
- $726 billion to fund universal pre-K for 3- and 4-year olds for the poor.
- $332 billion for affordable housing for the poor.
- $198 billion for clean and renewable energy initiatives for "The Green New Deal."
- $135 billion to reduce carbon emissions under the guise of reducing forest fires for "The Green New Deal."
- $107 billion to fund immigration and implement and reenergize "The Dreamers Act."
- $67 billion for low-income energy sources and "greener" materials.
- $37 billion to electrify all federal vehicles - including those beautiful rides of the pathetic postal service.
Of all this garbage and wasteful spending, the only legitimate funding is the proposed $18 billion to build and expand the buildings servicing our nation's veterans. Consequently, Congress has set aside just a fraction of money to support our nation's heroes' mental and physical well-being compared to other areas. And that chaps my backside.
This isn't a 4.5 trillion dollar investment to improve transportation and business and commerce operations across our nation. No, no, no, it is a 4.5 trillion dollar reinvestment into the pathetic patrons of today's Democratic Party and the pet projects they have promised to continue their re-election campaigns across the country.
This ought to scare every American - the fear is real, and the financial ruin ahead for the United States is right around the corner. But you know what, folks, do you know who conservatives really should be blaming? It isn't so much Joe Biden, AOC, and other today's liberals who have not shied away from what they planned to do. Instead, we need to criticize and publically shame the 19 Republican senators that made this devilish Democrat dream a reality.
We are talking about Senators such as:
- Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell of Kentucky
- North Carolina Senators Richard Burr and Thom Tillis
- Wannabe Republicans Lisa Murkowski of Alaska and Susan Collins of Maine
And finally, Mitt Romney, who wouldn't know conservativism if it slapped across the face.
I am all but sure that none of these 19 Republicans read the thousands of pages of legislation contained in either one of these infrastructure bills. For if they did, senators like Lisa Murkowski would have known that part of this legislation requires the selling of some of our country's domestic oil reserves.
As for my senators here in my great state of North Carolina, Thom Tillis and Richard Burr, both of whom voted in support of this insane and asinine infrastructure bill, their days are numbered. Thank the good lord Burr is vacating his seat at the end of his term, and for Tillis, he will not have the coat-tails of Donald Trump on his subsequent election to send him back to D.C.
Nothing but the total collapse of our country is ahead. Trump read the tea leaves, and the liberals cast him out. As conservatives, we either dig in or prepare for Democrat-led destruction. The choice is yours - but time is about up!
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