Rep. Good Blasts Congress Ahead of Approval of the CR

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Rep. Bob Good railed against the temporary CR today. He said the House was given the majority running on fiscal responsibility and border control. Good pointed out that the Biden-Pelosi-Schumer policies are bankrupting the country, destroying the country – 40-year inflation and 20-year high interest rates. He added that Americans pay $1,000 more monthly than three years ago, and we have a $200 billion monthly deficit.

It will be $36 trillion by the next election.

Good explained the process. The House finds out what the Senate will pass, and the President will sign, then the bill goes through.

Good said it’s passing with a majority of Democrat votes.

There is a lack of understanding and no sense of urgency about the severity of our fiscal situation.

In a different case, but related, California is spending too much on their illegal migrants in their sanctuary state and they are looking at a wealth tax, like we see in communist countries.


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The Prisoner
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The Prisoner
1 month ago

Johnson broke several big promises, including when he suspended the rules. That bill was not going to pass in committee, so he broke the rules.

DC wants president Trump to face a dem congress.

Johnson can carry a stack of Bibles, he has no credibility.

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Anonymous
1 month ago

There goes mike johnson’s credibility.

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1 month ago
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I’m not very surprised. As sharyl attkinsson reported just shortly after johnson was elected as speaker of house he ushered in a former lobbyist from the pharmaceutical industry as his primary secretary. That was a very bad an telling sign of things to come.

Peter B. Prange
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Peter B. Prange
1 month ago

When the ‘representatives of the people’ lack common sense, they need to be replaced.
We have learned no bank is to big to fail. Neither is a government that does not practice fiscal restraint.
It is time to call a halt to stupid idea that deficient spending is good.