Thursday, July 28, 2011

Debt Solution Debate

I just watched Tucker Carlson on Fox News saying that Sarah Palin has been quiet about this debt debate. Really? I remember seeing her say there is no threat of default if the debt ceiling isn't raised, weeks ago! Actually, she was the first person that said it. She also said the solution is to service the debt and prioritize spending, thus there would not be a default.

What is is with these "conservatives?" Well, first of all, they're not conservatives. RINOs abound in the media and this debate is bringing them out of the woodwork. Pay attention, America, their disguises are coming off.

I must say I am disturbed that Paul Ryan and Allen West have agreed to vote for the Boehner bill. That's not to say I am now against these two congressmen because I think highly of both men. However, I do believe they are making a mistake with this.

In my opinion, there should not be a Boehner bill. The House has passed a budget this year and they recently passed 'Cut, Cap & Balance.' Their work is done and they should recess, go home and let the Senate vote on the bills they have already sent over. The fact that Boehner is constantly thinking of new bills to pass is, ultimately, a huge mistake. America is going to lose again and Republicans may lose the House in 2012.

This is a time to fight against spending and tyranny. It is not a time to compromise. America is $14 trillion in debt due to decades of compromise. If it doesn't stop, America will cease to exist.  - Reggie

These interviews are from On the Record with Greta van Susteren.

Former Governor Sarah Palin (R-AK)

Congressman Paul Ryan (R-WI)

Senator Rand Paul (R-KY)

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