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Now it’s Time to Address the Real Problem: Spending

Davole Wrote: Jan 10, 2013 8:53 AM
(Continued here) Remind him that a complete printed budget proposal must be submitted for review and consideration in Congress 5 days before any discussion would begin. Later if any budget proposal for 2013 would be approved, again publicly challenge the thief-in-chief to submit a detailed proposal to justify his demand that the debt ceiling be raised, and insist that Congress must have 5 days to review and consider it before debate. Let Americans enjoy watching Barack Obama, the obviously neutered worm, squirm!

Editor's note: This piece was co-authored by Brandon Arnold.

Congress and the President may have reached a deal on averting the “fiscal cliff,” but taxpayers shouldn’t even think about popping champagne corks. Though the negotiated package prevented most tax increases from taking effect, it did nothing to help resolve the overspending problem that is burying our nation in debt.

Tax receipts to the Treasury will now increase. However, the mounting deficit problem is not caused by a lack of revenues. Even if Congress had extended the Bush-era taxpayer relief laws for everyone, the Congressional Budget Office projects the federal...