Varied Biden officials may be breathing a collective supply of relief that the debt ceiling is set to be raised, especially as that enables them to continue promulgating varied bits of disinformation regarding the economy.
Indeed, in official remarks, Biden bragged about all the achievements that increasing the nation’s ability to run up massive bills will apparently bring.
“The agreement prevents the worst possible crisis: a default for the first time in our nation’s history – an economic recession, retirement accounts devastated, millions of jobs lost,” Biden boasted.
And indefinite inflation, though Biden will routinely blame Trump for that one.
The subsequent statements that Biden makes are even more obviously uniparty.
“It also protects key priorities and accomplishments and values that congressional Democrats and I have fought long for – long and hard for,” Biden bragged.
Translation: The army of IRS agents, primarily designed for harassing the middle class, stays.
The extravagant, out of control government spending also stays.
In fact, pretty much everything the Democrats wanted stayed, as evidenced by Biden’s snide reply to a reporter.
“Mr. President, what do you say to members of your own party who say you’ve made too many concessions in this deal?” the reporter inquired.
“They’ll find I didn’t,” Biden bragged in response.
Well, that’s nice. Biden effectively admitted that the Democrats got everything they wanted.
More spending, less accountability.
Needless to say, Senator Rand Paul was disgusted by these developments, and he noted that many Americans are as well.
Paul noted a poll wherein Americans supported raising the debt ceiling, only if the government managed to curtail its spending.
In other words, if the government does what individual citizens are mandated to do.
“I would guess the Americans answering that poll meant real cuts in spending, not an annual increase of one percent above already bloated levels of COVID-19 spending … Bold actions must be taken to defeat our mounting national debt, and my conservative alternative to the Biden-McCarthy deal gives us a real opportunity to get our fiscal house in order,” Paul remarked in disgust.
One can only hope such an alternative is implemented, especially for future generations of Americans.
Representative Nancy Mace also echoed serious concerns regarding the government’s total absence of accountability with regards to fund expenditures.
“Fully funds every spending request by the Administration (pretty much) … Washington is, was and always will be lousy at responsibly spending your tax dollars. That won’t change unless we demand change,” Mace asserted.
And, sadly, as the system becomes increasingly globalist, demanding change won’t even affect what the government does or doesn’t do.
As by then, it is fully empowered to behave exactly as Beijing does.
Author: Jane Jones