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Sold down the river... Budget Control Act my ass

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That's how I'm feeling this morning. I believe we were sold down the river and my Congressman John Kline help with his "YES" vote yesterday to reauthorize the debt limit... An article Ann Barnhardt wrote on her blog is aptly titled "We The Stupid" and points out that there is nothing in the bill that makes Republicans or the Tea Party come out a winner. Instead we've handed Obama another TWO TRILLION (that's $2,000,000,000,000) to spend BEFORE the next election and as Barnhardt points out, Obama intends to spend every penny of it.

The Republicans and in particular my Congressman John Kline state that the bill cuts spending "and includes no tax increases." At least that's why my Congressman thinks and says so in a press release on his Congressional web site. But there is the HUGE tax increase looming in the future on January 1st 2013 when the Bush Tax cuts expire. Good luck then. Most tax paying Americans will see a bump of about 7% in the taxes that are taken from their weekly checks.

Additionally, the Budget Control Act will establish a "bi-partisan" committee to discuss future ways to balance the budget. But those CAN and undoubtedly WILL include tax increases. But Congress no longer likes to talk about tax increases and instead uses the term "revenue generation". We're being lied to and it's being done with language only a politician can appreciate. It would be much simpler if they said it in plain and simple terms: "America you're screwed and we did it to you!"

If we have a true conservative in the bunch like a Michele Bachmann or a Chip Cravaack running against Kline in his next election cycle then let's get him or her in front of the public.

They will have at least two votes from our family.

You can read Ann Barnhardt's blog at the American Thinker.

Written by Gary

Tuesday 02 August 2011 at 09:02 am

Posted in News & Editorials

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