All politicians/bureaucrats should forfeit their salaries and lose their perks until this debt is paid. They are responsible for this debt; operating without a budget for three years to cover their high over spending. Why are the people responsible for this debt? How about sending Soros and his comrades the bill? THEY ARE THE ONES THAT SAID THEY WERE GOING TO BANKRUPT AMERICA!
Candidate Ron Paul has willingly given up Congress' lucrative health care benefits, has never once voted to raise taxes, and every year refuses to accept his full paycheck.
Ron Paul 2012 - the candidate who is already doing everything you want him to!
I agree. I think our governmental employees should give up their perks.
by Jack Lee4 weeks ago
How can the GOP sign this bill and claim they are for fiscal responsibility?If winning elections and maintaining majority in both Houses of Congress means giving in to demands of the minority, then we might as well vote...
by Harvey Stelman8 years ago
Our Politicians think they can. Tell me if you or the government can; and how?
by SheriSapp2 years ago
Why do the liberals insist on more deficit spending when the nation is BROKE?Why do the liberals REFUSE to understand that the deficit spending MUST be stopped or the nation will become premanently bankrupt?
by leeberttea7 years ago
How's that hope-y change-y thing working out for ya?3% growth is better than what we've had the past 2 years but will we actually be able to achieve it once the new taxes kick in? What about the debt crisis in Europe?...
by Ralph Deeds4 years ago
Economists Agree: Solutions Are ElusiveBy EDUARDO PORTERPublished: April 23, 2013 "Last week the International Monetary Fund hosted a conference of some of the world’s top macroeconomists to assess...
by lady_love1586 years ago
http://www.speaker.gov/blog/?postid=240654We need to cut trillions not billions and unless we do we should not raise the debt ceiling! Obama is spending 4 trillion dollars a year even though historically revenues don't...
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