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What Hillary Clinton's Spending Plans Mean for You

Tyler Brown - December 4, 2015

The National Debts is Currently Over 

And Clinton Has Already Proposed 

In New Spending Over 10 Years, With No Plan to Pay for It: 

Which Means Two Things: 

-OR-


If that sounds familiar, it's because it's the same failed tax and spend approach we have seen from Obama over the last seven years. With the weakest recovery on record since World War II, millions ouf of work, and middle class wages flatlining, we know that Obamanomics doesn't work. 

The reality is that Hillarynomics offers nothing new. Hillary is even repeating the same broken campaign promises that Obama made, claiming she will not raise taxes on the middle class.

But we know not to trust her at her word. Looking to her record, Hillary Clinton voted for higher taxes at least 235 times as Senator. She has also been a huge proponent of Obamacare, which has cost the middle class billions in taxes on individuals, families, and small businesses. 

And Hillary's plan to tackle the national debt? Literally nonexistent. When asked about the natioanl debt at a recent campaign event, Clinton dodged, blamed Republicans, and directed the questioner to her website for more answers. The problem: her website mentions the national debt a grand total of zero times. 

Zero Times Mentioned

Clinton may think she can get away with making promises she can't keep and selling proposals that won't work, but we will continue to hold her accountable for her dodges and deceptions. 

See Hillary's Spending Tracker Below: 

SPENDING PLAN     COST IN BILLIONS    PAY FOR   
College-Affordability Plan   $350 Billion        
National Infrastructure Plan   ​​ $275 Billion      
Expanded Childcare Plan   $200 Billion      
Expanded Funding for IDEA   $166 Billion      
Early Childhood Education    $75 Billion   ​   
Energy Plan   $60 Billion      
Funding for Coal Communities    $30 Billion      
Puerto Rico Federal Programs   $14.7 Billion      
Drug Treatment and Prevention Plan   $10 Billion      
Paid Family Leave Fund   $10 Billion      
"Fully" Funded Environmental Quality Incentives Program   $1.18 Billion      
"Doubling" Funding For The Farmers Market Promotion Program And The Local Food Promotion Program    $0.25 Billion      
"Doubling" Funding For the Collaborative Reform Program    $0.2 Billion      
"Doubling" Funding For The Beginning Farmer And Rancher Development Program   $0.18 Billion      
Provide "Federal Matching Funds" For Police Body Cameras    $0.1225 Billion      

TOTAL 
 
 
$1,192 Billion
 
     

 

 


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