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Obama Wants To Raise Debt Ceiling…

December 27, 2011 by

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The White House plans to ask Congress by the end of the week for an increase in the government’s debt ceiling to allow the United States to pay its bills on time, according to a senior Treasury Department official on Tuesday. –Reuters Obama wants to increase the borrowing limit to $1.2 trillion. Obama and all […]

BREAKING: House Approves Boehner Debt Ceiling Plan!

July 29, 2011 by

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After a mass amount of distress, anger, disagreement, debating and fighting in Congress for the past 24 hrs the House has finally took a vote on Boehner‘s revised and edited Debt Ceiling Plan… the House VOTED YES. The bill passed on a 218-210 vote. Democrats and 22 GOP members had voted no on this bill. It […]

Cut, Cap and Balance…. The REAL Solution!

July 18, 2011 by

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CUTS Today Can Disappear Tomorrow…. With A BALANCED BUDGET Amendment! Tomorrow July 19th 2011 the House Of Representatives will be voting on a bill that contain the steps that ARE NECESSARY to solve this debt problem! “What is this oh so great bill?” GREAT QUESTION! This bill is titled Cut, Cap and Balance (H.R. 2560). […]

It’s Not Time To Throw In the Towel!

July 13, 2011 by

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My last post today was about how Mitch McConnell (R-KY) was pitching a balanced budget amendment. I am happy that Mitch is in favor of a balanced budget amendment. Majority GOP members are very much so in favor of  a balanced budget amendment! But, what I am not in favor of, is raising the debt […]

We Need A Balanced Budget!

July 13, 2011 by

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Four days ago, July 9th of 2011, Barack Obama posted on the White House site his usual “Weekly Address” YouTube video. He made some very powerful comments on the video about our fiscal challenges and economic struggles. His weekly address, last week, was titled, “Working Together To Meet Our Fiscal Challenges”. Some of the things […]