Senator Jim DeMint’s timely new book, “Now or Never: Saving America from Economic Collapse” is a detailed game plan for regaining economic stability. The ‘now’ is imminent: the 2012 elections.
Going through ideological miasma on the Roosevelt Institute’s and the Campus Network’s websites, it’s hard to understand how any real Republican could have signed up with a lefty group while expecting to hold on to the nomination for US Senate from his supposedly conservative party.
If you thought the half-billion-dollar, stimulus-funded Solyndra solar company bust was a taxpayer nightmare, just wait. If you thought the botched Fast and Furious border gun-smuggling surveillance operation was a national security nightmare, hold on. Right on the heels of those two blood-boilers comes yet another alleged pay-for-play racket from the most ethical administration ever.
Jim DeMint says Obama is the worst offender when it comes to promoting American business.
Sen. DeMint: "It was one thing when we were 2 or 3 trillion dollars in debt...but today at $14 trillion we're approaching the size of debt that is the size of our entire economy. In business you call that bankruptcy."
What started as a murmur has become a media refrain: “America is in decline.”
A balanced budget amendment simply is not enough to put America on a corrective course. Instead, what is being proposed by Mike Lee of Utah and Jim DeMint of South Carolina, is a plan to gradually return the federal government to historical and reasonable spending levels.
President Obama and the Democrats are issuing dire warnings that the U.S. may default on its debts if the debt ceiling is not increased. This is a false threat.
Sen. Jim DeMint predicts debt ceiling will be raised, and that the crisis is being overblown by the Obama administration.
GOP Senator says the debt crisis is being overblown by President Obama.
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