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Posts Tagged ‘federal debt ceiling’

Going from Bad to Worse to Bankrupt… From a Small Government Shutdown to a Big Republican Letdown

Posted by Scott Rohter on Sunday, October 20, 2013

In case you haven’t heard, Congress has raised the National Debt Ceiling again, and the Destroyer in Chief in the White House has eagerly affixed his signature to the deficit enabling legislation which allows the Federal government to continue to borrow money like it is going out of style. It effectively loads Americans up with another one trillion dollars’ worth of crushing Federal debt…

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When Everything is Upside Down and All Backwards… and Democrats are in Charge of our Nation’s Fiscal Policies

Posted by Scott Rohter on Tuesday, October 15, 2013

Here we go again. It’s time for Congress to go through the annual motions of trying to balance the Federal Budget once again. Of course they won’t do it just like they didn’t do it the last time or the time before that. There will be the usual fear mongering by Democrats in government, and liberals and progressives in the mainstream media about how we absolutely have to raise the Federal Debt Ceiling again, or else there will be a national and worldwide economic catastrophe of epic proportions. Please give me a break…

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Governing from One Democrat Provoked Crisis to the Next

Posted by Scott Rohter on Monday, September 30, 2013

The Chaplain of the U.S. Senate Barry Black prayed in Congress, “Oh Lord, deliver us from government by crises.” As the Democrats and Republicans in Congress joust with each other again over balancing the Federal Budget and defunding the Affordable Care Act, it is clear that we live in two different Americas. It isn’t the proverbial America of the rich and the poor that I am referring to, or a country of the haves and the have nots. No… I am specifically talking about a country where almost half of the voters still believe in limited government and cherish all of our personal freedoms. We think that the Federal government should restrain itself by strictly adhering to and following the Constitution, while the other half of the electorate …

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