The debt ceiling debate is wry with offense and counter-offense. Conservatives were looking for a fall in government spending, while the liberal wing were hailing more spending and new taxes. The Obama Administration just wanted their way, or so it seems.
Look, Obama hasn't brought anything to the table. He hasn't presented any proposals as to the debt ceiling. He has just invoked the liberal-left tactic of fear. His rhetoric on not being able to guarantee that social security checks, or other such would be sent out after August second. Of course he couldn't guarantee it because there are no assurances.
Come on, folks! Think about it for a moment. Every year and a half to two years we have this same fear-mongering. This fear-mongering is not just a ploy of one party but of the duopoly, whether it be death panels or taking the checks away. Neither has a far touched facet, at least in proof.
Now, the Conservative wing is up in arms over the lack in spending cuts by the plan issued by Senate Republican McConnell. It is clear a stalemate is upon the situation, yet is there a correct answer? Yes, there is. “QUIT spending, DON'T raise or promote and increase in taxes!”
This current Republican plan lays out a detailed proposal allowing the President to icrementally raise the debt ceiling three times in the next year and a half without GOP support. The proposal would of course, have to be approved by the House and then signed by Obama. It is however doubted that the House will approve of such measures without the assurance of no tax increases and the absolute cut in spending. The Obama sign-off is most assuredly out of the mark.