The tea party repealed the debt limit? Really?

By Robert Romano Let the blame game begin. The House of Representatives, led by House Speaker John Boehner, turned over control of that body to Nancy Pelosi and Democrats to pass a so-called clean debt limit extension — really it’s been suspended — until March 15, 2015. The measure relied on Democrats to pass, which only 28 Republicans, including House […]

Can we inflate the debt away?

By Robert Romano After a brief slowdown in fiscal year 2013 that ended September 30 — when the national debt grew “only” by $671.9 billion at a 4.18 percent rate — 2014 is shaping up to be another year awash in red ink. So far, since October 1, the debt has skyrocketed another $537.9 billion. And we’re not even halfway […]

National Debt jumps $328 billion after debt ceiling lifted

By Tom Toth President Obama claimed that lifting the debt ceiling did not cause increased indebtedness, and while this is technically true, not even the prince of prevarication himself could claim that the day after the debt ceiling was lifted, the national debt jumped by $328 billion. This jump answers the question that had bothered many debt watchers – how […]

Time to call Obama’s debt default bluff

By Robert Romano Is the White House bluffing about an imminent default on the $16.7 trillion national debt? Is the debt ceiling crisis just a made-up D.C. myth meant to frighten young children? Heretofore, the story coming out of the U.S. Treasury has been that if the government’s borrowing limit is not increased come Oct. 17, the U.S. will default […]

The deadbeat president

By Robert Romano “I say, imagine in your private life, if you decided that I’m not going to pay my mortgage for a month or two — first of all you’re not saving money by not paying your mortgage. You’re just a deadbeat.” That was Barack Obama describing the plight of delinquent mortgage borrowers, comparing them to members of Congress […]

Obama on the Debt Ceiling 2006 vs 2013

By Brad Tidwell Recently, Obama has come out strongly against the Republicans in Congress, saying that their reluctance to raise the debt ceiling is unprecedented and dangerous. However, when Obama was last on the congressional side of the Capitol, his position was quite different. This is what Obama had to say about raising the debt ceiling this year, during a […]

As shutdown wears on, debt ceiling looms, Obama threatens default

By Robert Romano As the partial government shutdown wears on in Washington, D.C., another potential standoff is right around the corner — this time it’s the $16.699 trillion debt ceiling. Treasury officials claim that come Oct. 17, the government will be unable to make payments on time and in full on the national debt, triggering the first default in U.S. […]

What is the GOP’s Debt Ceiling Strategy?

By Robert Romano Appearing recently on Fox News’ On the Record with Greta Van Susteren, House Budget Committee Ranking Member Chris Van Hollen wanted to know where the House Republicans were on budget negotiations. “The House has passed a budget, the Senate has a budget,” he said. “The next step as you know is to have a budget negotiation in […]

01.18.2013 in Action Alerts by Robert Romano 1

Take Obama’s default threat off the table!

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11.21.2012 in ALG Videos, Media by Frank McCaffrey 6

Obama’s Blunders: Getting Rid Of The Debt Ceiling

By Frank McCaffrey — There’s a very easy way to solve any debt ceiling conflict, get rid of the debt ceiling altogether. That’s what Obama’s Treasury Secretary is saying. Check out this blunderific display!

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