Trifecta: Refusing to raise the debt ceiling — the end of the world, or the beginning of a new one? It’s Scott Ott’s topic, but I have the numbers that might surprise you.
1-5 should not be allowed by Congress.
The beginning of a new one. Period, period,period….. They said they would take this stance and the voters are waiting to see how they face this 1st real situation in front of them. The Obama care is something that they did knowing that it was symbolic at this point but that the funding issue is what will really count until they get a majority in the Senate. Yes! Do It, Do It, Do It.
Ok boys and girls, repeat after me: Raising the debt ceiling does NOT mean we default on our debt, you lying crapweasels. It can just as easily be handled by not spending more money – but that would require the Republicans in Congress do something extremely un-Republican: take a stand that actually matters (as opposed to voting on a meaningless measure to repeal Obamacare that was DOA in the Senate and very DOA should it ever hit the oval office).
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