Well, we can clearly see where their spending is going, half of their spending is going into defense, a forth into prisons, and then the last forth into propoganda to ensure that the other party doesn't reach presidency. Notice how they increasingly go into debt as they spend more.
These are the members of the Senate who endlessly filibuster any legisilation which originated from a diffrent party in an attempt to ensure a republican is elected for office next term. This is where we can safely say that the republican party has truely found its way into magic the gathering.
Now, tell me what you think of this deck, give me your thoughts, or critisms on how I can improve this deck, thanks for taking the time to make suggestions.
The republicans would wish to tax the lower income citizens in order to gain funding, perhaps, but the republicans must ensure that the lower income citizens do not realize that they are trying to tax them until after the election.
Translation: This seems like a decent card, but I am not sure what I could replace it with.
But such acts of bribery would cause the House of Representatives to file an impeachment against the senators, in which case would cause the senator to be tried by his fellow senators, and would most likely be found guilty of such acts of bribery and counterfeiting which would in turn have them thrown out of congress and thus their filibusters would no longer stall other parties legislation, which would likely mean that their party would lose in the presidential campaign.
Translation: Conjured Currency would effectively cause me to lose the game, as the person would just exchange Azor's Elocutors with Conjured Currency once I swap it with one of his creatures, causing me to lose the game. Bribery wouldn't help much with the goal of the deck.
The Republican Party advocates that the people support congress, they believe that the pitiful support in congress right now, some might say its due to the republican party freezing the legislation in congress, preventing any major forms of legislation from being signed in an attempt to get a republican president elected, but the republican party argues that the other parties are being too partisan, making support for their legislation impossible.