Taxpayers Say No To Raising Debt Limit

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  1. Jerry Arthur says:

    As a supporter of TUA, I normally agree with your position on taxes. But I can’t go along with not raising the debt limit. My concern is that by not doing so we will have an economic calamity. If so we stand to lose at lot. Who knows there might not be one but it’s to big risk to take. I think those who say “default” are either uninformed or irresponsible or both. Since our current level of spending is unsustainable I do want it to be reduced and controlled. But I favor a balanced approach that would include closing corporate tax loopholes and loopholes that favor the very rich. Anyone who thinks we can get a balance budget without doing so is just plain naïve.

    • Jim Tobin says:

      We will not have an economic calamity unless Congress continues to raise the debt limit to finance $100,000+ government salaries and multi-million dollar pension payouts. Most of our tax dollars are used to finance govt. salaries and benefits. If Congress raises the debt limit we will be in much worse shape than Greece in 3-5 years with no one to bail us out. That would be a calamity. The debt limit must not be raised to cut government spending. Taxes should be reduced to stimulate job growth.

  2. Gail Dunham says:

    The problem was the $1 trillion bailout to the crooks — bankers and Wall Street.
    Problem was the Obama $1 trillion stimulus — that did not create jobs.
    Problem is ten years of wars on foreign soil, and we are losing.

    Problem is growing government…

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