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Hillary Clinton Will Bankrupt America

- July 6, 2016

She And Obama Have Added Trillions To The Debt, And Her Only Plan Is To Borrow And Spend More

TOP TAKEAWAYS

  • Hillary Clinton has no plan to combat the exploding national debt, only casting blame to distract from the $8.7 trillion Obama has added during his presidency and the $9.3 trillion the failed Clinton-Obama policies will add over the next decade.
  • On the campaign trail, Clinton actually said her plan to deal with the debt was to spend more, but without fully paying for her $1.3 trillion in new spending, she would add hundreds of billions to the deficit.
  • While Secretary of State, Clinton called rising deficits a "national security threat," but she actively encouraged the Chinese government to buy more U.S. debt.
  • Despite her supposed concerns about the debt, Clinton has repeatedly said since joining the Obama Administration that raising the debt ceiling is "common sense" and the "right thing" to do.
  • But as a senator, Clinton hypocritically voted against raising the debt limit, saying that doing so "without any plan to get us out of debt" was fiscally irresponsible.

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On The Campaign Trail, Clinton Has Offered No Plan To Tame The Growing National Debt

In December 2015, When Asked By A Student How She Would Handle The National Debt, Clinton Offered No Solution And Only Cast Blame. QUESTIONER: "I travel all across the country asking, teaching kids all about the importance of making sense and being financially responsible. So, I'm asking all the presidential candidates about our 18 trillion dollar national debt. So, specifically what will you do? Thank you." CLINTON: "Well, for a little bit of historic context, and congratulations on your achievement and particularly paying attention to this issue. Let's have a little historic context here. When my husband left the White House we had a balanced budget and surplus, and if we had stayed on, if we had stayed on a responsible fiscal path we could have, had we chose, paid off our entire national debt. Unfortunately, that was not the path selected, by then President George W. Bush. Where he slashed taxes for the wealthy, he waged two wars without raising a penny to pay for them, the first time in American history that happened, and took his eyes off the financial markets and the mortgage markets and we know what happened, and we fell into a Great Recession and it required spending money as you often have to in times of great economic contraction, to be able to keep the economy going, to try to get it back on track. And indeed now the economy is growing again, our deficit is shrinking, but we are left with this large national debt. So, I think we should get back to sensible economic policies that put people to work, raise incomes, and begin to lower our national debt. And if you want to know the kinds of things I would do, please go to my website, Hillaryclinton.com. Also go and look at what my husband did because it worked. I'm not running for his third term, I'm running for my own first term, but I think it's important that people appreciate our economy does better when we have a democrat in the White House, and we will be able to do more to deal with the national debt, when I am President." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At The Women's Economic Opportunity Summit, Manchester, NH, 12/3/15)

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UNDER CLINTON-OBAMA POLICIES, THE NATIONAL DEBT HAS INCREASED BY $8.7 TRILLION SINCE 2009 AND WILL GROW BY $9.3 TRILLION IN THE COMING DECADE

The Obama Administration Has Nearly Doubled The National Debt, Adding Over $8.7 Trillion Since 2009

Under The Obama Administration, The Debt Has Increased By 80 Percent Or A Total Of $8.7 Trillion, From $10.627 Trillion In 2009 To $ 19.381 Trillion As Of June 30, 2016. ("Daily History Of The Debt," U.S. Department Of Treasury, Accessed 6/30/16)

  • The Washington Times Headline: "$20 Trillion Man: National Debt Nearly Doubles During Obama Presidency" (Dave Boyer, "$20 Trillion Man: National Debt Nearly Doubles During Obama Presidency," The Washington Times, 11/1/15)

Under Current Clinton-Obama Economic Policies, The National Debt Will Grow By Another $9.3 Trillion Over The Next Decade

The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) Has Estimated That The Deficit This Year Will Be $534 Billion, "About $100 Billion Greater" Than The Deficit In 2015. "CBO now estimates that if no further legislation is enacted this year that affects the federal budget, the total federal deficit for fiscal year 2016 will be $534 billion, about $100 billion greater than the shortfall posted in fiscal year 2015." ("Updated Budget Projections: 2016 to 2026," Congressional Budget Office, 3/16)

"The Cumulative Deficit Projected For The 2017-2026 Period Is $9.3 Trillion." ("Updated Budget Projections: 2016 to 2026," Congressional Budget Office, 3/16)

CBO Projects That Unless Current Laws And Policies Are Changed, The Deficit Will Increase "In Nearly Every Year Over The Next Decade," Resulting In A National Debt Of 86 Percent Of GDP In 2026. "If current laws generally remained unchanged, the deficit would increase (in dollar terms) in nearly every year over the next decade and, CBO projects, by 2026 it would be considerably larger as a share of the nation's output (gross domestic product, or GDP) than its average over the past 50 years (see Figure 1). Debt held by the public also would rise significantly from its already high level, reaching 86 percent of GDP by 2026." ("Updated Budget Projections: 2016 to 2026," Congressional Budget Office, 3/16)

CBO: "Debt That High-And Heading Higher-Would Have Significant Negative Budgetary And Economic Consequences." "One important effect of such deficits would be a burgeoning amount of debt held by the public. In 10 years, debt held by the public would equal 86 percent of GDP -more than twice its average over the past five decades. Debt that high-and heading higher-would have significant negative budgetary and economic consequences." ("Updated Budget Projections: 2016 to 2026," Congressional Budget Office, 3/16)

  • "The Probability Of A Fiscal Crisis In The United States Would Increase." "The probability of a fiscal crisis in the United States would increase. Specifically, the risk would rise of investors' becoming unwilling to finance government borrowing unless they were compensated with significantly higher interest rates. If that occurred, interest rates on federal debt would rise suddenly and sharply relative to rates of return on other assets." ("Updated Budget Projections: 2016 to 2026," Congressional Budget Office, 3/16)

CLINTON'S REAL PLAN? INCREASE SPENDING BY $1.3 TRILLION WITHOUT PAYING FOR IT, ADDING HUNDREDS OF BILLIONS TO THE DEFICIT

When Asked In January Why She Did Not Have A Campaign Proposal To Deal With The National Debt, Clinton Said Her Plan Was To Spend More. QUESTION: "Well when you say you're working on your pay-fors for example, I mean, one of the things when I look at your website, you've got this long list of ideas on everything from autism to college sexual assault to rural issues, but I don't see national debt. So do you have a plan to address the national debt?" CLINTON: "Yeah, by spending responsibly on those priorities that I think will, you know, make us richer, make us safer, and make us stronger, and help people deal with the problems that they confront." (Hillary Clinton, Interview With The Des Moines Register Editorial Board , Des Moines, IA, 1/11/16)

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Clinton Has Pledged A Massive $1.3 Trillion In New Federal Spending

Clinton Has Proposed A Total Of $1.338 Trillion In New Spending Programs Or Expanded Spending Over Ten Years. (Reuters, 11/29/15;The Briefing, Accessed 8/10/15; The Wall Street Journal, 9/14/15; The Associated Press , 7/27/15; The Hill, 11/12/15;The Wall Street Journal, 6/15/15;American Federation Of Teachers, 11/9/15; National Education Association, 2/2/15; The New York Times , 9/2/15; Correct The Record, Accessed 10/12/15; The Briefing¸ Accessed 11/30/15;Puerto Rico Healthcare Crisis Coalition, Accessed 12/1/15;The Briefing, 8/26/15;Federal Register, 12/12/14;The Briefing, 8/26/15;USDA, 10/2/15;The Briefing, Accessed 11/2/15; Department Of Justice, Accessed 11/30/15; The Briefing, Accessed 8/26/15;USDA, 1/12/15;The Briefing, Accessed 11/2/15;Reuters, 4/23/15;GAO, 03/14,USA Today, 12/22/15, The Briefing 2/12/16, The Briefing 4/1/16)

 

But Despite Proposing Mammoth Increases In Federal Spending, "In Many Cases" Clinton "Does Not Lay Out Specifically How She Would Pay For The New Programs And Expanded Spending." "In many cases, Clinton's presidential campaign does not lay out specifically how she would pay for the new programs and expanded spending, calculated by McClatchy after an examination of her 17 proposals to date." (Anita Kumar, Clinton Plan: $1 Trillion In New Spending, $1 Trillion In New Taxes," McClatchy, 12/22/15)

  • "Clinton Has Repeatedly Said That Her Tax Plan Would Cover All Of Her Spending Proposals… Though She Has Not Provided A Lot Of Details." "Clinton has repeatedly said that her tax plan would cover all of her spending proposals, which include investing in infrastructure, clean energy and medical research and making college more affordable, though she has not provided a lot of details." (Tami Luhby, "Conservative Group: Clinton Tax Plan Would Hit Top 1%, Economic Growth," CNN, 1/26/16)

During An April New York Daily News Interview, Clinton Admitted She Has Not Figured Out How To Pay For Every One Of Her Spending Increases, Saying She Is Still Looking At How To Pay For Her Proposed National Infrastructure Bank. QUESTION: "So if I understand you correctly, if you look at your proposals for college costs and for family leave, for infrastructure investments..." CLINTON: "Well, that's a little bit different, because infrastructure investment, I'm still looking at how we fund the National Infrastructure Bank. It may be repatriation. That's one theory, or something else." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks In An Interview With The New York Daily News Editorial Board , New York, NY, 4/11/16)

When Accounting For The Impact Clinton's Policies Will Have Toward Harming The Economy And Reducing Revenue, Clinton's Tax Hikes Would Raise Less Than $200 Billion

According To An Analysis By The Tax Foundation, Once The Economic Impacts Of Clinton's Tax Plan Are Factored In, The Tax Foundation Concluded Her Proposals Would Increase Tax Revenues By $191 Billion Over The Next Ten Years. "However, the plan would end up collecting $191 billion over the next decade when accounting for decreased economic output in the long run." (Kyle Pomerleau and Michael Schuyler, "Details And Analysis Of Hillary Clinton's Tax Proposals," Tax Foundation, 1/26/16)

  • The Wall Street Journal Op-Ed Headline: "Hillary's $191 Billion Tax Increase" (James Freeman, "Hillary's $191 Billion Tax Increase," The Wall Street Journal, 1/26/16)

The Wall Street Journal's James Freeman: The Only Way Clinton's Taxes Would Generate As Much Revenue As She Claims Is "If One Ignores The Impact Of Her Plan On Economic Growth." "Hillary Clinton's proposed tax hikes would increase federal revenue by $498 billion over a decade if one ignores the impact of her plan on economic growth-and $191 billion if the resulting decrease in economic output is taken into account. That's according to a new study by the Tax Foundation that will be released later this morning." (James Freeman, "Hillary's $191 Billion Tax Increase," The Wall Street Journal, 1/26/16)

  • Under Clinton's Tax Plan "The Slightly Smaller Economy Would Reduce Wages," Which Would Lead To Reduced Tax Revenues. "If we account for the economic impact of the plan, it would end up raising $191 billion over the next decade. The slightly smaller economy would reduce wages, which would narrow the revenue gain from the individual income tax changes to about $173 billion and reduce payroll tax revenue by about $80 billion over the next decade." (Kyle Pomerleau and Michael Schuyler, "Details And Analysis Of Hillary Clinton's Tax Proposals," Tax Foundation, 1/26/16)
  • "After Taking Weaker Growth Into Account," Clinton's Tax Plan Only Raises Tax Revenues By $191 Billion. "Overall, her proposals would raise tax revenue by $498 billion over the next decade, though that estimate is reduced to $191 billion after taking weaker growth into account." (Tami Luhby, "Conservative Group: Clinton Tax Plan Would Hit Top 1%, Economic Growth," CNN, 1/26/16)

AS SECRETARY, CLINTON SAID RISING DEFICITS WERE "A NATIONAL SECURITY THREAT," BUT ENCOURAGED CHINA'S OWNERSHIP OF U.S. DEBT TO DRASTICALLY INCREASE

As Secretary Of State, Clinton Said The Growing National Debt Was "A National Security Threat"

In September 2010, Clinton Said The Debt Posed "A National Security Threat." COUNCIL ON FOREIGN RELATIONS PRESIDENT RICHARD N. HAASS: "Let me start where you began -- where you ended, rather, which was with all these things we want to do, and you called for strategic patience in Afghanistan and so forth. Yet the United States is soon approaching a point where the scale or size of our debt will exceed our GDP -- (off mike) -- question of when more than if. Where does national security contribute to the solution to running deficits of $1-1/2 trillion a year, or do we continue to carry out a foreign and defense policy as if we were not seriously resource-constrained?" CLINTON: "Well, Richard, first, you know, as I said, I think that our rising debt levels -- (off mike) -- poses a national security threat, and it poses a national security threat in two ways. It undermines our capacity to act in our own interest, and it does constrain us where constraint may be undesirable. And it also sends a message of weakness internationally. I mean, it is very troubling to me that we are losing the ability not only to chart our own destiny but to, you know, have the leverage that comes from this enormously effective economic engine that has powered American values and interests over so many years." (Secretary Hillary Clinton, Council On Foreign Relations Conversation With U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton , Washington, D.C., 9/8/10)

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In 2010, Clinton Said "We Have To Address This Deficit And The Debt Of The United States As A Matter Of National Security," And Railed Against Rising Levels Of Debt. CLINTON: "Chairman Obey, if I may speak personally, it is heartbreaking to me that 10 years ago we had a balanced budget and we were on the way to paying down the debt of the United States of America. I served on the Budget Committee, and I watched with such consternation as we threw away the greatest leverage we would ever have internationally and the greatest opportunity we would ever have to right the generational imbalance that existed. But we are today where we are today. And we have been in the midst of a recession, as you rightly point out. But I believe strongly that we have to address this deficit and the debt of the United States as a matter of national security, not only as a matter of economics. And I am not going to comment on the prerogatives of the Congress to determine how best to do that, other than to say, sitting where I sit today, I would not like to be in a position where the United States is a debtor nation to the extent that we are, with the projections going far into the future, the kind of disadvantages that that implies for our ability to protect our security, to manage difficult problems, and to show the leadership that we deserve." (Secretary Hillary Clinton, Subcommittee On State, Foreign Operations, And Related Programs, U.S. House Of Representatives, Testimony, 2/25/10)

  • Clinton Said The "Massive" Level Of Foreign Debt "Had Sapped U.S. Strength Around The World." "Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton said Thursday that 'outrageous' advice from former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan helped create record U.S. budget deficits that put national security at risk. Appearing before Congress to defend the State Department's $52.8 billion budget request for 2011, Clinton said the country's massive foreign debt had sapped U.S. strength around the world." ("Hillary Clinton Criticizes Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan's Oversight," Reuters, 2/26/10)

But During Clinton's Time As Secretary Of State, She Encouraged China To Increase The Amount Of U.S. Debt It Held By Nearly Two-Thirds

In 2009, Clinton Engaged In A Quid-Pro-Quo With China's Foreign Minister, Pledging To Remove A "Buy American" Clause From The Stimulus Bill If China Promised To Buy More U.S. Treasury Bonds. "One of export-driven China's chief concerns is that the United States, the world's biggest economy, will put up trade barriers, as evidenced by a 'Buy American' clause in the huge US stimulus package approved last week. But [Chinese Foreign Minister] Yang [Jiechi] said after his meeting with Clinton that they had agreed to 'reject trade and investment protectionism.' For the US side, Clinton indicated Yang had given her an assurance that China would continue to buy US Treasury bonds, which is seen as vital for the United States to help pay for its 787-billion-dollar stimulus package. 'I greatly appreciate China's continued confidence in United States Treasuries,' Clinton told a joint press conference with Yang." (Lachlan Carmichael, "US, China Pledge Joint Effort On Economy, Climate Change," Agence France-Presse, 2/21/09)

  • The "Buy American" Clause Would Have Barred The Use Of Stimulus Funds To Buy Steel, Iron Or Other Manufactured Goods For Infrastructure Projects From Abroad. "The 'Buy American' clause in the nearly 900-billion-dollar bill being debated in the Senate bars the use of any stimulus funds to buy steel, iron or other manufactured goods for infrastructure construction projects from abroad." ("Obama Warns Of 'Trade Wars' From Stimulus Clause," Agence France-Presse, 2/4/09)

During Clinton's Tenure As Secretary Of State, The Chinese Government Increased Its Holdings In Treasury Securities From $744.2 Billion To $1.2142 Trillion, An Increase In 63 Percent. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 7/5/16)

  • In February 2009, Clinton's First Full Month As Secretary Of State, The Chinese Government Held $744.2 Billion In Treasury Securities. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 7/5/16)
  • By January 2013, Clinton's Last Full Month As Secretary Of State, The Chinese Government Held $1.214.2 Trillion In Treasury Securities. (U.S. Treasury Department, Accessed 7/5/16)

CLINTON HYPOCRITICALLY CALLED RAISING THE DEBT CEILING "COMMON SENSE" AND DOING THE "RIGHT THING" AFTER VOTING AGAINST INCREASES AS A SENATOR

In 2014, Clinton Described Increasing The Debt Ceiling As "Common Sense" And Suggested She Was "Praying" Congress Would Vote For The Raise. CLINTON: "If you remember July 2011, some in Congress were talking about defaulting on our debts. And remember these are debts Congress had already voted for and appropriated money for. It wasn't about anything in the future. It was all about will you be good for what you've already spent and borrowed. I was at this kind of Chamber of Commerce type event in Hong Kong and I was meeting with all of these Asian business leaders. None of them could understand. They were lining up to say to me, 'what is going on? Is America really willing to risk its credit? Could America still be counted on as the global leader?' I reassured them as best I could, and I said 'oh don't worry about. We do these things from time to time but we will come to our senses and get it worked out.' Then of course I was praying that common sense would make a comeback." (Hillary Clinton, Remarks At A Unique Lives And Experiences Event, Broomfield, CO, 6/2/14)

In 2011, Clinton Called On Congress To Appease Obama And "Do The Right Thing And Secure A Deal On The Debt Ceiling." CLINTON: "Now, as I have traveled around the region, a lot of people have asked me about how the United States is going to resolve our debt ceiling challenge. Well, let me assure you we understand the stakes. We know how important this is for us and how important it is for you. The political wrangling in Washington is intense right now. But these kinds of debates have been a constant in our political life throughout the history of our republic. And sometimes, they are messy. I well remember the government shutdown of the 1990s; I had a front row seat for that one. But this is how an open and democratic society ultimately comes together to reach the right solutions. So I am confident that Congress will do the right thing and secure a deal on the debt ceiling, and work with President Obama to take the steps necessary to improve our long-term fiscal outlook. Through more than a century of growth, the American economy has repeatedly shown its strength, its resilience, and its unrivaled capacity to adapt and reinvent itself. And it will keep doing so." (Secretary Hillary Clinton, Remarks On Principles For Prosperity In The Asia-Pacific, Shangri-La, Hong Kong, 7/25/11)

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But Before Using The Debt Ceiling As A Political Tool, Clinton Needed A Reminder Of How She Had Voted In The Past

In A December 2010 Email, Clinton Asked State Department Aide Miguel Rodriquez For Her Voting Record On The Federal Debt Limit. CLINTON: "Can you pls tell me how many times I voted against raising the debt limit?" (Hillary Clinton, Email To Miguel Rodriguez, 12/30/10; State Department Release , 8/31/15, p. 1)

(Hillary Clinton, Email To Miguel Rodriguez, 12/30/10; State Department Release , 8/31/15, p. 1)

As A Senator, Clinton Lacked The Common Sense She Now Preaches - Voting Against Raising The Debt Limit

Clinton Voted Against Raising The Debt Limit Three Times. (S.2578, Roll Call Vote #148: Passed 68-29: R 31-15; D 36-14; I 1-0, 7/11/02, Clinton Voted Nay; S.2578, Roll Call Vote #148: Passed 68-29: R 31-15; D 36-14; I 1-0, 7/11/02, Clinton Voted Nay; H.J.Res.47, Roll Call Vote #54: Passed 52-48: R 51-3; D 1-44; I 0-1, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Nay)

  • In June 2002, Clinton Voted Against Raising The Debt Limit. (S.2578, Roll Call Vote #148: Passed 68-29: R 31-15; D 36-14; I 1-0, 7/11/02, Clinton Voted Nay)
  • In May 2003, Clinton Voted Against Raising The Debt Limit. (H.J.Res.51, Roll Call Vote #202: Passed 53-44: R 50-1; D 2-43; I 1-0, 5/23/03, Clinton Voted Nay)
  • In March 2006, Clinton Voted Against Raising The Debt Limit. (H.J.Res.47, Roll Call Vote #54: Passed 52-48: R 51-3; D 1-44; I 0-1, 3/16/06, Clinton Voted Nay)

On Two Occasions, Clinton Did Not Vote On Bills That Would Have Raised The Debt. (Sen. Harry Reid, Congressional Record, S11418, 11/17/04; S.2986, Roll Call Vote #213: Passed 52-44: R 50-1; D 2-42; I 0-1, 11/17/04, Clinton Did Not Vote; H.J.Res.43, Roll Call Vote #354: Passed 53-42: R 26-20; D 26-21; I 1-1, 9/27/07, Clinton Did Not Vote)

  • In November 2004, Clinton Did Not Vote On A Bill That Would Have Raised The Debt Limit, But According To Sen. Harry Reid (D-NV), Clinton Would Have Voted Against It If Present. REID: "Mr. President, on this vote, I have a live pair with the Senator from New York, Mrs. Clinton. If she were present and voting, she would vote 'nay.' If I were permitted to vote, I would vote 'yea.' I, therefore, withhold my vote." (Sen. Harry Reid, Congressional Record, S11418, 11/17/04; S.2986, Roll Call Vote #213: Passed 52-44: R 50-1; D 2-42; I 0-1, 11/17/04, Clinton Did Not Vote)
  • In September 2007, Clinton Did Not Vote On A Bill That Would've Raised The Debt Limit. (H.J.Res.43, Roll Call Vote #354: Passed 53-42: R 26-20; D 26-21; I 1-1, 9/27/07, Clinton Did Not Vote)

On The Senate Floor, Clinton Decried Raising The Debt Limit 'Without Any Plan To Get Us Out Of Debt"

In A 2002 Floor Speech, Clinton Decried Congress' Decision To Raise The Debt Limit, Suggesting It Was Fiscally Irresponsible. CLINTON: "But if it is to protect our nation's fiscal condition and get back on a path of fiscal responsibility, get back to where we are paying down our debt, not increasing the debt limit as was voted for yesterday, getting out of deficits, putting the money back into the Social Security trust fund, making sure we are prepared for the retirements of the baby boomers, dealing with health care, prescription drug benefits, the needs that both underinsured and uninsured people face to ensure they have health care when they need it, paying for that prescription drug benefit we promised our seniors, making sure we continue to fund our education policy so that we have the qualified teachers in every classroom, we have the equipment and the resources that every schoolchild deserves to have, then this vote is not for us." (Sen. Hillary Clinton, Remarks On The Senate Floor, 6/12/02)

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Clinton Railed Against What She Called A Debt Ceiling Increase "Without Any Plan To Get Us Out Of Debt." CLINTON: "Mr. President, I would urge that on one day raising the debt limit without any plan to get us out of debt, except continuing to believe in the god of supply-side economics, which did not work so well 20 years ago, and instead of repealing the wealth tax without any plan for dealing with our problems, like a war and Social Security and other significant issues we confront, I hope we will opt for the more responsible way of reforming the estate tax and making it clear that the reality check in this body that demonstrates clearly we cannot afford it. It would be the wrong decision, and we have other priorities that we need to get about the business of addressing. Thank you Mr. President, I yield the floor." (Sen. Hillary Clinton, Remarks On The Senate Floor, 6/12/02)

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