OK, so I'm joking around here...but with a point. Am I allowed to joke around?

Maybe a bunch of Republicans running things would be cool.

They like to increase government spending, hire more government workers and borrow more...which we desperately need right now!!!

Also, politicians aren't known for living up to their campaign promises.

Therefore, if they take charge, they will most likely continue with their proven strategy to get re-elected (in their eyes) and give up this austerity nonesense?

Because, if they run part of Congress or the Office of the PResident, and not everything, all they do is block all progress towards a more properous future.

I mean, that is, if all one worries about is enriching our billionaires more - as the GOP says we should...

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