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Obama recklessly pushed Congress to raise the debt ceiling without enacting spending cuts. The current Administration refuses to push for debt-reducing policies despite our unsustainable financial situation. Republicans believe that reducing the multi-trillion dollar debt is imperative for the well-being of this country. We should leave the next generation opportunity, not debt. The Republican Party does not support any further increases in the debt ceiling unless Congress enacts cuts and reforms within the federal government. If American citizens are expected to control their personal debt spending, the American government must lead by example.


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State Of Obama’s Union: Debt

- January 22, 2014

After Five State Of The Union Addresses, Obama Says One Thing And Does The Opposite On Debt... Continue Reading »

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Obama’s Debt By The Numbers

- October 11, 2013

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ICYMI: Chairman Priebus: “Democrats’ Debt Limit Doubletalk”

- October 10, 2013

Democrats refuse to sit down at the negotiating table with Republicans because they insist that funding the government and raising the debt ceiling aren’t subject to negotiation. Republicans believe this is an opportunity to get our fiscal house in order, but Democrats just want to up the limit on their credit card. And bizarrely, they claim that’s the way it’s always been done.... Continue Reading »

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Democrats’ Debt-Limit Doubletalk

- October 10, 2013

Democrats refuse to sit down at the negotiating table with Republicans because they insist that funding the government and raising the debt ceiling aren’t subject to negotiation. Republicans believe this is an opportunity to get our fiscal house in order, but Democrats just want to up the limit on their credit card. And, bizarrely, they claim that that’s the way it’s always been done.... Continue Reading »

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How Quickly They Forget

- October 9, 2013

Then-Senator And Current Secretary Of State John Kerry In 2004 On The Detriment Of Increasing The Debt Limit: “With So Much Of Our Debt Owned By Other Nations, U.S. Diplomatic And Trade Negotiators Face Increased Difficulty In Making Demands Of Major Creditor Nations.” KERRY: “What is more, with so much of our debt owned by other nations, U.S. diplomatic and trade negotiators face increased difficulty in making demands of major creditor nations. How do you go to a country that holds so much of your debt while your economy is closely linked to theirs and start to make the powerful argument about nuclear proliferation or human rights, democratization, and other issues that are of importance and great consequence to our country?” ... Continue Reading »

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On The Debt Ceiling, Revisiting The Record

- October 7, 2013

On The Debt Ceiling, Obama And The Top Democrats Of 2013 Should Listen To Their Own Advice From Years Past... Continue Reading »

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