Debt Ceiling Sham Will Not Help Debt Or Stop Obama’s Over-Spending Binge

The more details that come out about the debt ceiling deal struck between the Republicans and Democrats, the more it seems that the deal will not help our nation’s debt problem, or stop Obama’s rampant over-spending binge. In fact, it will most likely make things much worse.

“The Congressional Budget Office currently projects that $9.5 trillion in new debt will have to be issued over the next 10 years. Even if all of the reductions proposed in the deal were to come to pass, which is highly unlikely, that would still leave $7.1 trillion in new debt accumulation by 2021. Our problems have not been solved by a long shot.”…

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Debt Ceiling Plans: Republicans 3, Democrats 0

The House of Representatives has passed their second of three debt ceiling / debt reduction bills, while Obama and the Democrats sit on the sidelines, with no plan of their own, criticizing Republicans for the hard work that they have had to undertake, with no help from the so-called Democrat “leadership” at all.

I’m convinced that Democrats want our country to go into default on our debt because that makes it much easier for Obama and the Democrats to impose their socialistic beliefs on us. Harry Reid has even said that the House plan is “Dead on Arrival” without even seeing the plan, and with no ideas of their own, …

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Racist Rep. James Clyburn Urges Obama To Use Executive Order To Raise Debt Ceiling

Racist South Carolina Rep. James Clyburn shows how much he knows about the constitution when he urges Obama to bypass the Congress, to use an Executive Order invoking the 14th Amendment to raise the debt ceiling without approval of Congress.

This is the same jackass who said that the problems that the “president’s problems are in large measure because of the color of his skin.”, likened using an Executive Order to raise the debt ceiling to the Emancipation Proclamation, and was also one of 31 Democrats who voted in the House not to count the electoral votes from Ohio in the 2004 presidential election, because it would have given John …

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