Tag: federal debt

Sen. Hatch: Those Opposing More Debt ‘Don’t Deserve to Be Here’

| August 9, 2017 | Articles: Freedom
Sen. Hatch: Those Opposing More Debt ‘Don’t Deserve to Be Here’

Republican leaders in Congress, with the urging of Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin, are anxious to raise the federal borrowing limit from $19.8 trillion – no strings attached. The only hitch is those pesky conservative voters who were promised restraint by party leaders. GOP establishment hopes to quietly pass a “clean” bill to raise the debt ceiling – a direct betrayal of that voter base – don’t currently enjoy enough support from other Republican members who still consider themselves accountable. So, a deal with the Democrats beckons. Republicans technically have the power to finally honor the limit on borrowing by reducing spending. After all, Republicans control both Congress and the White […]

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GOP Leadership Betrays Trump Voters on Obamacare & Debt

GOP Leadership Betrays Trump Voters on Obamacare & Debt

The single-digit approval rating of Congress means precious few people still expect much from the politicians running Washington DC. Expectations should now ratchet even lower as representatives once again demonstrate just how far their words are from their deeds. We’ll start with healthcare. The U.S. Senate failed in yet another effort to repeal and replace Obamacare. The prospects for reform any time soon are approaching zero. Voters opposed to the skyrocketing premiums, the ballooning federal expenditures and the huge expansion in government control associated with the Affordable Care Act are bewildered. The program is an obvious train wreck. Republicans in Congress spent years telling everyone willing to listen that repeal […]

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