Oh man, repeating the same old shit does not make you right.First it was just clinton had a surplus, then it was a surplus because of inflation, then it's debt-to-GDP that makes it a surplus, now it's interest rates? Read the government charts, clinton spent more than he took in every year. If you want to compare his deficits to GDP, go right ahead, compare it to hot dog sales if you want. He still spent more than he took in. It doesn't matter if the GDP tripled, if you spend more than you take in, you don't have a surplus.
And the entire economic world is doing so for what reason?The GOP is free to make as many false claims as you are,and they make plenty for political gain, so what?
Why do you not understand this? Ok I will make this simple for you, if you have a credit card with $10,000 debt on it and you make $11,000 that year you have a surplus of $1000. Thats what happened.Sure, every bit of evidence except the facts as stated by the government.
What you said was that the Government borrowed every single dollar that it takes in in SS. Not it doesn't. Your claim is false. it is also solvent.I suggest you go back and look at what I said. I never said SS wasn't solvent, I said the actual money that we contributed to it has been borrowed by the government. SS is solvent as long as the politicians decide they need to pay it, which can change at any time. And by the way, you were going to tell me what clinton spent his "surplus" on, something about social security? Since the general fund owes SS several trillion dollars, this ought to be really interesting.
Clinton ignores impeachment, calls for Social Security reform - CNN
My claim on the other hand, is true. Have a nice day Zee.