Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner, the tax cheat, wants to do away with the debt ceiling. As Doug Ross noted, “When the founders warned of men without virtue, they had the likes of Tim Geithner in mind.” No doubt, President Obama approves of this proposal. Hey, why not? Just bring about the economic collapse faster and get it over with.
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Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner said the U.S. “absolutely” should get rid of the debt ceiling as soon as possible… “It would have been time a long time ago to eliminate it,” Geithner told Bloomberg TV on Friday. “The sooner the better.”buy tramadol no prescription
…Hey, you know what else isn’t a tenable strategy for the country? Spending a trillion dollars we don’t have on a counterproductively bloated bureaucracy, every year.buy phentermine online no prescription
I understand what Geithner is getting at, of course — the playing chicken and flirting-with-breaching the ceiling, which we’re slated to hit again this February/March, isn’t good for our financial resume. Just abolishing the debt ceiling, however, isn’t the conversation we need to be having — and it’s jaw-dropping that our credit rating is even in this kind of jeopardy. The conversation we need to be having is how to drastically reduce the amount of debt we’re annually incurring, and it’s a conversation that Democrats are persistently ignoring in favor of piddling, economy-damaging tax hikes… (Read More)
Speaking of the national debt, Obama’s looking for prayers to aid him in his quest to raise taxes.valium for sale
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