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There is no victory in debt ceiling deal

The United States is grappling with a severe spending addiction that shows no signs of abating. Year after year, our government fails to implement responsible budgetary measures, instead opting to borrow more money to fund its excessive expenditures. The recent decision to raise the debt ceiling, while it may help us avoid immediate disaster, does little to change the trajectory of government growth. While some felt this was necessary under the circumstances, it is crucial to acknowledge that this action only perpetuates the continued expansion of government and once again exposes the reckless spending habits of our federal government, enabling this addiction to persist and burdening future generations with insurmountable debt.

As we move past this recent debt ceiling issue, it is essential to focus on the actual problem at hand: our government’s routine and significant overspending. The fundamental issue lies in the fact that our country consistently spends far more than it takes in. This is simply unsustainable and threatens the long-term economic stability and prosperity of our nation.

The State of Idaho, like many others, has been accepting funds from the empty pocket of the federal government for years. It is crucial to recognize that the government, just like any individual or household, cannot continue to borrow indefinitely without dire consequences. It is the equivalent to using a credit card with no spending limit—it may temporarily create a false sense of security, but it only postpones the inevitable. We must acknowledge that spending beyond our means is not a sustainable solution.

The pattern of kicking the can down the road, masquerading as a major victory, is nothing more than an illusion. By deferring the debt crisis to the future, we are prolonging the inevitable and potentially worsening the consequences. Instead of addressing our financial challenges head-on, our leaders are burdening future generations with the responsibility of rectifying our fiscal irresponsibility. It is disheartening to witness such claims of success while avoiding the fundamental issue at hand.

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Conservative Republicans fully understand the significance of fiscal responsibility and find it unacceptable to continuously spend money we do not have. While the recent debt ceiling increase may have been the best course of action in the immediate term, it does little to address the underlying problem. As Republicans, we advocate for a more conservative approach to our nation’s finances. We recognize that reducing spending is a challenging but necessary task. It is imperative that we focus on minimizing government waste, promoting economic growth, and implementing prudent budgeting practices.

Now more than ever, it is crucial to petition our leaders to implement responsible fiscal policies that prioritize the long-term well-being of our nation. We must remain aware of the dangers of spending beyond our means and the severe consequences it imposes on our children and grandchildren. By confronting our financial challenges head-on, we can safeguard the prosperity of our nation and secure a better future for all Americans.

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2 replies on “There is no victory in debt ceiling deal”


So what’s new? Paychecks on both sides of the imaginary aisle are dependent upon the government’s perpetuation regardless how wicked it becomes

Government devoid of an unchanging ethical standard (found only in the Bible’s immutable moral laws) is always marked with compromise and moral capitulation.

Case in point: the biblically egregious Constitutional Republic born of the biblically seditious Constitution.

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The “debt ceiling” is a meaningless concept and has been meaningless since 1913 when The Fed took over our currency creation. And the ponzi scheme was put on steroids when we came off the gold standard and fractional reserve currency creation went thru the roof.

EVERYONE NEEDS TO KNOW THE TRUTH or you will not learn from history.

The problem is, with The Fed supplying our currency with interest — creating money out of thin air (with interest), there is interest on every single dollar in circulation. To pay down the debt, you need to create more money which creates more debt, etc. etc.


So the debt ceiling is a joke. It is mathematically impossible to pay down the debt without raising the ceiling. And incurring more debt.

Currency is created from thin air (COUNTERFEITING!) but with interest attached. Thank you Fractional Reserve system. Mainly via the act of borrowing. So if you pay off ALL DEBT (govt. debt, credit cards, mortgages, loans, etc. etc.) the money supply would shrink to ZERO. TRUE STORY.

So the “abyss” will always deepen until the dollar collapses. But they will use all kinds of excuses to cover up this ponzi scheme that is responsible for this happening.


Hopefully the states declare gold and silver (from a U.S. mint) legal tender for all debts and taxes. Plan accordingly!
nuff said.

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