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  1. Quote Originally Posted by S&W29 View Post
    I need to correct one item, the cost to renounce your citizenship is $2,350, not 400. It increased last year from $450. I was mistaken.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renunc...of_citizenship

    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/17/expo...tizenship.html
    Lol, that seems about right. Stuff like this is classic. Only in America.

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  3. Quote Originally Posted by S&W29 View Post
    I need to correct one item, the cost to renounce your citizenship is $2,350, not 400. It increased last year from $450. I was mistaken.

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Renunc...of_citizenship

    https://www.cnbc.com/2016/05/17/expo...tizenship.html
    Hey no prob S&W, thanks for that correction :)

    I still feel free though, knowing that it’s the right thing to do. After all, those super kind people work just as hard as me. And, asking permission and paying my money to come and go as I please is a lot easier than facing any such consequences they may oppose.

    Maybe if I “vote” next year they will let me forgo asking permission and paying those more than fair and reasonable fees 😊

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    Quote Originally Posted by ProudAmericanFirst View Post
    Hey no prob S&W, thanks for that correction :)

    I still feel free though, knowing that it’s the right thing to do. After all, those super kind people work just as hard as me. And, asking permission and paying my money to come and go as I please is a lot easier than facing any such consequences they may oppose.

    Maybe if I “vote” next year they will let me forgo asking permission and paying those more than fair and reasonable fees ��
    It's not a perfect system, more like a work in progress. I don't agree with where all of my tax dollars go either. Frankly I get more pissed off at those "public/private partnerships" that not only raise my taxes, but also charge me for the "privilege" of using something my tax dollars have already paid for. I'm speaking of charter schools and toll bridges like the one they just added in Louisville awhile ago.

  6. Quote Originally Posted by opsspec1991 View Post
    By the way, which party added over 10 Trillion to the national debt during Obamas term in office? Higher than all the Presidents combined before him?


    Donald Trump (as projected in FY 2019 budget): Plans to add $8.282 trillion, a 41 percent increase from the $20.245 trillion debt at the end of Obama's last budget, FY 2017. If he spends as he hopes, Trump will add the second-highest dollar amount in history. More important, he will add almost as much in his first term as Obama did in two terms.

    FY 2021 - $1.119 trillion.
    FY 2020 - $1,198 trillion.
    FY 2019 - $1.225 trillion.
    FY 2018 - $1.233 trillion.

    Barack Obama: Added $8.588 trillion, a 74 percent increase from the $11.657 trillion debt at the end of Bush’s last budget, FY 2009.

    FY 2017 - $672 billion.
    FY 2016 - $1.423 trillion.
    FY 2015 - $327 billion.
    FY 2014 - $1.086 trillion.
    FY 2013 - $672 billion.
    FY 2012 - $1.276 trillion.
    FY 2011 - $1.229 trillion.
    FY 2010 - $1.652 trillion.
    FY 2009 - $253 billion. (Congress passed the Economic Stimulus Act, which spent $253 billion in FY 2009. This rare occurrence should be added to President Obama's contribution to the debt.)

    George W. Bush: Added $5.849 trillion, a 101 percent increase from the $5.8 trillion debt at the end of Clinton's last budget, FY 2001.

    FY 2009 - $1.632 trillion. (Bush's deficit without the impact of the Economic Stimulus Act).
    FY 2008 - $1.017 trillion.
    FY 2007 - $501 billion.
    FY 2006 - $574 billion.
    FY 2005 - $554 billion.
    FY 2004 - $596 billion.
    FY 2003 - $555 billion.
    FY 2002 - $421 billion.

    Bill Clinton: Added $1.396 trillion, a 32 percent increase from the $4.4 trillion debt at the end of George H.W. Bush's last budget, FY 1993.

    FY 2001 - $133 billion.
    FY 2000 - $18 billion.
    FY 1999 - $130 billion.
    FY 1998 - $113 billion.
    FY 1997 - $188 billion.
    FY 1996 - $251 billion.
    FY 1995 - $281 billion.
    FY 1994 - $281 billion.

    George H.W. Bush: Added $1.554 trillion, a 54 percent increase from the $2.8 trillion debt at the end of Reagan's last budget, FY 1989.

    FY 1993 - $347 billion.
    FY 1992 - $399 billion.
    FY 1991 - $432 billion.
    FY 1990 - $376 billion.


    More:

    https://www.thebalance.com/us-debt-b...ercent-3306296


    See a trend here, OPS?

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