Federal Debt Crisis

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Federal Debt Crisis

February 03, 2023 - 16:43
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Americans are keenly aware that their government is not only failing to work for them - but actively working against them. I do not intend to vote for a debt ceiling increase without structural reforms to address current and future fiscal realities and manage out-of-control government policies.

As Congress continues to pass trillions of dollars in new spending and we approach the debt ceiling with no fiscal controls, Americans are feeling the cost of Washington's reckless behavior.

The Full Faith and Credit Act would guarantee that the government does not default on its debt and prioritizes spending for the men and women in our military as well as those who depend on Social Security, Medicare, and veteran benefits.

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It is simply shameful to continue to spend our grandchildren's money like drunken sailors. We must take this massive spending seriously, it will have to be paid for, and I jokingly tell people to visit our national parks soon because when we can't pay our debts, the Parks will be the first to go. Or learn mandarin, the Chinese might let us visit them.

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