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Fix the Debt
The Campaign to Fix the Debt is a nonpartisan movement for government spending and tax reform to address the rising national debt.
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Fix the Debt 11h
It's been a long time since the federal budget ran a surplus and it looks like it won't happen again anytime soon.
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Fix the Debt 12h
Here's a good comparison of the House and Senate bills via
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Fix the Debt 13h
As Congress looks to change the tax system, see how it currently works via
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Fix the Debt Nov 21
co-chair Judd Gregg talks about and the deficit .
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Fix the Debt Nov 21
"financiers also pointed to a near-term downside resulting from all the new deficit spending the cuts will require, as federal borrowing could crowd out private investment in the economy."
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Fix the Debt Nov 21
isn’t a bad idea. But ballooning our national debt for tax cuts is crazy. via
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Fix the Debt Nov 21
Here's a reminder that national debt is already forecast to rise substantially. We need a plan to , not make it worse
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Fix the Debt Nov 21
Should Address Spending Through the Code
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
Washington doesn't seem to be in a hurry to . See what growing up with high and rising national debt could look like
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
And our kids will get stuck with the bill.
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
"both parties are preparing to run an economic experiment on the world's largest and most advanced economy. Most economists, however, would say this is an unnecessary gamble that will likely end in tears — and much higher taxes." via
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
"both parties are preparing to run an economic experiment on the world's largest and most advanced economy. Most economists, however, would say this is an unnecessary gamble that will likely end in tears — and much higher taxes." via
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
Replying to @FixtheDebt
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Fix the Debt Nov 20
It seems that folks in Washington need a reminder of what the national debt situation is and why it matters.
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Uniters.org Centrist Nov 20
The harsh reality - any new bills that pass should have to lower the deficit, not add to it.
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Fix the Debt Nov 19
"The budget process has not only collapsed, Congress is totally ignoring any semblance of fiscal discipline."
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Fix the Debt Nov 19
Just maintaining the status quo means that the national debt will increase by about $10 trillion over the next decade. The bills before Congress would add even more on top of that
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Fix the Debt Nov 19
Take Our Crash Course on the Federal Budget and National Debt
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Fix the Debt Nov 18
: 7 Key players and how they could stop the bill
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Fix the Debt Nov 18
The is $20.5 trillion and rising. Yet, instead of trying to , Congress may add more.
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