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Tag: Congressman Justin Amash
By JGillman, Section News
To Congressman Dan Benishek, Congressman Bill Huizenga, Congressman Justin Amash, Congressman Dave Camp, Congressman Fred Upton, Congressman Tim Walberg, Congressman Mike Rogers, Congresswoman Candice Miller, and Congressman Thaddeus McCotter.
If it is deemed appropriate to allow the debt limitation to be increased yet again, when will there be a point where it is enough?
At what point will the amount of our debt be so extreme, that you might find the courage to say "enough is enough?" $15 Trillion? $16 Trillion? 17? If you do not know, how can you possibly support this?
If it is thought default is being averted now, then at the point where more resources are being used for simply servicing the debt it would be harder, correct? If not, please feel free to explain. I am sure there is a receptive audience waiting for an explanation.
The Democrats from this state are those I would expect to capitulate with insanity. Not the aforementioned (Republican) persons.
Update [2011-7-31 9:28:36 by JGillman]:As it was pointed out Rep Amash would be the least likely to support doing the same thing and laying more debt on the backs of our kids.
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