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Old 10-16-2013, 07:37 PM   #146
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Originally Posted by Race Card native View Post
You have a cartoonish view of how the Treasury works and how government fund flows actually happen.
HAHAHA Nice attempt at again being a complete pussy and dodging the question. You can't be a man and admit you just got served here. Sad.

And no I don't have a cartoonish view of how the Treasury works you moron, I am putting it in simple terms here but please explain to all of your detailed knowledge of it and how it breaks my argument.

Let's break it down for you...

#1 Did the current govt shutdown reduce payments going out of the Treasury? [yes]

#2 Can the US expand the current shutdown without touching obligations such as debt service and Social Security? [Of Course]

#3 Would that be enough (obviously if done before the very last minute when we have a huge 1st of month payment) to cover obligated payments? [yes]

#4 Since you claim this is a "technical" default why is the current govt shutdown not a technical default? [....um.... YOU ArE DUMB! LET'S CHANGE THE SUBJECT!]

That's pretty much game set and match and if you were a man you'd admit it.
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