Proverbs 22:16 Whoever oppresses the poor to increase his own wealth, or gives to the rich, will only come to poverty.
- US national debt nears $31 TRILLION for the first time ever and is still rising due to Joe Biden’s semiconductor vow, student loan forgiveness and green plans… despite Covid spending halt
- The national deficit is on track to hit $31 trillion as soon as this month
- President Joe Biden continues to up U.S. spending including on student loan forgiveness, semiconductor chip manufacturing and green initiatives
- COVID spending has finally halted after $4.5 trillion was allocated to assist American people and companies in the midst of the pandemic
- Biden has touted the drop in deficit coming off of the health emergency
- Overall debt has continued to climb and has shot up during Biden’s presidency
- In Biden’s two years the U.S. has seen record-high inflation and gas prices along with a recession after two straight quarters of negative GDP growth
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Rev 6:6 NAS And I heard something like a voice in the center of the four living creatures saying, “A quart of wheat for a denarius, and three quarts of barley for a denarius; and do not damage the oil and the wine.”
- How Magical Thinking Led America To $30 Trillion In Debt
- In the Wizarding World of Washington, you can now say a multitrillion dollar federal spending bill “costs zero dollars.”
- President Biden tweeted https://twitter.com/POTUS/status/1441924106765602819
- My Build Back Better Agenda costs zero dollars.
- Instead of wasting money on tax breaks, loopholes, and tax evasion for big corporations and the wealthy, we can make a once-in-a-generation investment in working America.
- And it adds zero dollars to the national debt.
- Unfortunately, Americans are now paying a heavy price for this magical thinking. Inflation—spurred at least in part by record government spending and inaction on other issues—is running at its highest rate since 1982. The prices for meat and eggs are up 12.2% since last year. Furniture and bedding is up 17% and used cars and trucks are up 40.5%.
- Meanwhile, the Treasury Department recently reported America’s total national debt is now over $30 trillion—the highest ever. To put this in context: If you stacked $30 trillion of $100 bills you could almost reach the weather satellites orbiting the earth at over 20,000 miles above us.
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WASHINGTON (Reuters) -U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Thursday said he will fight President Joe Biden’s $2 trillion infrastructure plan “every step of the way” and predicted the sweeping package would not see support from Republican lawmakers in Congress.
At a news conference in Owensboro, Kentucky, McConnell said the Biden proposal underscores deep philosophical differences between Republicans and Democrats over taxes and the national debt. He told reporters that he does not believe the White House has a public mandate to pursue the plan.
“I’m going to fight them every step of the way, because I think this is the wrong prescription for America,” he said.
Biden’s infrastructure plan, unveiled on Wednesday, charts a course for dramatic change in the direction of the U.S. economy and includes investments in traditional projects like roads and bridges along with climate change initiatives and human services like elder care.
“There’s more money in that plan that the president laid out in Pittsburgh for electric cars than for roads and bridges. Let me say that again: more money for electric cars than roads and bridges,” McConnell said.
Biden has proposed funding the package by raising the tax rate on U.S. corporations to 28% from 21% and making it harder for companies to use offshore tax shelters and other methods to reduce their tax burdens.
McConnell warned that “massive tax increases” would harm the economy and said the package’s spending level could run up the debt. The White House says the infrastructure proposal would more than pay for itself.
“My view about infrastructure is, we ought to build that which we can afford and not either whack the economy with major tax increases or run up the national debt,” he said.
(Reporting by David Morgan and Doina Chiacu, Editing by Franklin Paul and Sonya Hepinstall)
The U.S. government will hit a legal debt limit and be unable to borrow more money no later than Nov. 3, Treasury Secretary Jack Lew said on Thursday.
In a letter to congressional leaders, Lew added that a remaining cash balance of less than $30 billion would swiftly deplete.
“In fact, we do not foresee any reasonable scenario in which it would last for an extended period of time,” Lew said, as he urged Congress to raise the debt cap.
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