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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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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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The Real State of Our Union

- February 12, 2013

Before you sit down and listen to President Obama's State of the Union Address tonight, you may want to reconsider the REAL state that our nation is in. American families are hurting; many are unable to find work and others have simply given up looking. Obama's only solution is to raise our taxes, pushing American families deeper into an economic hole. Check out our infographic below to get a clearer picture of the current state of our union after four years of Barack Obama in the White House.... Continue Reading »

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Is The Debt King Listening?

- May 31, 2012

Tomorrow, Obama will visit Minnesota where he will deliver remarks at Honeywell, but perhaps he should read what Honeywell’s CEO has to say about the national debt first. David Cote, who was also a member of Obama’s fiscal commission, has encouraged the nation to become serious about its fiscal problems and reign in the debt to avoid another recession and boost the economy long-term. Is the debt king listening?... Continue Reading »

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More Debt As He Dithers

- May 22, 2012

“The White House Has Put The Final Touches On A Nifty New Website Offering Guidelines On How Parents Can Reinforce Money Lessons With Their Kids, Starting As Young As Age Three.” (Dan Kadlec, “What President Obama Wants You To Tell Your Kids About Money – And When,” Time, 5/22/12)... Continue Reading »

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Obama’s Debt Day 2

- May 15, 2012

Today the RNC is again messaging on the deficit and debt with an op-ed in the Union Leader from Chairman Priebus, a series of conference calls in battleground states and a research piece talking about what Obama’s failure to address the debt means for future generations of Americans. Yesterday we kicked off the week of joint messaging with a web video “Empty Promises: Debt and Deficits”. – Kirsten... Continue Reading »

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