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Michelle Malkin » Every Senate Democrat voted to raise debt limit to $14.3 trillion

traitorInstead of paying off our deficit with the TARP or “stimulus” money, the Dems just raised the limit.

Every Senate Democrat voted to raise the debt limit to $14.3 trillion. The vote was 60-40 on straight partisan lines.

Let me repeat that — and let it be repeated loudly and often:

Every Senate Democrat voted to raise the debt limit to $14.3 trillion.

That’s $45,000 per American.

Michelle Malkin » Every Senate Democrat voted to raise debt limit to $14.3 trillion

  1. bjlewis
    January 28, 2010 at 8:36 pm

    I almost fell off my chair and wanted to cry but then I remembered: These people are beyond stupid! We must take back the US in November. On principle (even though I am a conservative independent) I plan to vote either Tea Party or Republican no MATTER WHAT!

    God help us and protect us from these fools and panderers and uncaring selfish professional politicians!

    Let’s support that 2nd Tea Party that happened last week: Kick them all out (but start with the dems first!)

  2. Dave B
    January 29, 2010 at 3:22 am

    It appears that our Senate is so corrupt, so indebted to “someone” or some group, so out of touch, that we need to get rid of every SOB that thought it would be a “good thing” to raise the debt while at the same time ruining the lives of our grandchildren and unborn Americans that will never have the chances that they have had because of their selfish, self-centered, corruption, and ineptness. I hope they feel proud when they reflect in their later years on what they did and the ramifications of their cowardice in the face of adversity, their selfishness when times called for selflessness, and their betrayal of the people that supported them, paid for their expenses, pensions, and vacations who took the time to march to Washington to tell them they did not want them to do what they did.

  3. January 29, 2010 at 10:43 am

    I’ve been laid off since Sept. 2009. Have time to follow events. Never in all of
    my life I have seen such disrespectful, irresponsible, behavior in our government.
    My opinion, this President and his cronies have every intention of forcing this country to its knees, causing Americans to become so dependent on government that
    we will be glad to have governement step in and save us. They have forgotten one
    thing, Americans have woken up to their dirty deeds and will not fall for this. This will come to pass in elections. We are good people and if our President, and
    his cronies want a socialized government then they can go live in places like Venezuela with Hugo Chevez. Dissention is what this President wants in our country, but we will fight and take back our rights our forefathers have given us. Thanks, Cathy

  4. kIT s,
    February 1, 2010 at 8:40 pm

    In all of my almost 69 yrs., I have not seen or heard, such blatant disreguard for the American public!!!

    My son lost his job of 17 yrs., two days after his dad (my blessed hubby) passed away, and is ‘still looking’ for something that pays a decent wage where he can at least pay their bills, and keep gas in his truck.

    I am looking forward to seeing a major shift and change in our ‘newly’ elected officials, this coming Nov. !

    If the government wants to do some serious cutting of expense, maybe they should all park their jets and limos for awhile, and even consider cancelling vacations for this year, and maybe even consider donating their incomes for the next year, to something that will do some good for someone!!

    And one last thing: isn’t it amazing that the ONLY classes of people mentioned by our politically correct government, are the rich and the middle class? H-m-m-m guess that means we don’t have any poor folks – right?!

    I have a relative that is trying to EXIST on a lousy $697 a month – do you know of anyone that can do that? I don’t, and she gets no help from anyone!!!!!!

  5. kIT s,
    February 1, 2010 at 8:42 pm

    Comment on above statement: I failed to mention that my son has been without that job since the end of April (2009)

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