how about this.... Trump had sex with underage.
This person was represented by Lisa Bloom and backed by a bunch of Trump haters. She refuses to show her face or meet with reporters. She claims Trump was friends with Jeffery Epstein but that is not true. I believe her lawsuit was dropped suddenly and I suspect her lawyers found out she was not telling the truth.
This is the problem today. Anyone can make any accusations and there are no repercussions.
here attachment of the bill that he released for your reading...
I wanna ask you something and please intellectually consider it.here attachment of the bill that he released for your reading...
I thought after the recent election, the majority is republicans and I know there some cuts to meet the deal between republicans and democrats and the bill was compromise between parties. I kind of agree with this because the debt right now is too much at the moment.I wanna ask you something and please intellectually consider it.
Democrats had total control of Congress and could have extended this debt limit indefinitely.
Why didn't they do it?
well republicans who have the total control at the moment which put cuts on budget which is good as I read the bill pdf (as I attached above ) and people who don't work at all that is able to work , need to go to work and earn their money.How come when dems have total control - WH, House, Senate.... Complete unopposed control of the federal government... How can problems still persist? They had total control. Super Majority. Do you give this any critical thought?
Some thoughts:Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) released text of the bill to raise the debt limit Sunday evening as Democratic and Republican leaders work to corral support ahead of this week’s vote. The bill —&…thehill.com
Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-Calif.) released text of the bill to raise the debt limit on Sunday evening as Democratic and Republican leaders work to corral support ahead of this week’s vote.
The bill — which spans 99 pages — raises the debt limit for two years, strengthens work requirements on federal public assistance programs and rescinds COVID-19 funding that went unused, among other provisions.
McCarthy spoke to Biden on the phone late Sunday shortly before the text of the bill was released.
The bill’s release officially starts the clock on the 72-hour rule, which gives House members at least three days to review a bill before voting on it. Sticking to the 72-hour rule was a key demand of the conservatives who withheld support for McCarthy during the drawn-out Speaker’s race in January.
With text released on Sunday, the House can vote on the bill as early as Wednesday and send it to the Senate for consideration.
But Democratic and Republican leaders will first have to rally enough support for the legislation to have it pass through the chamber, a task that could become more complicated as liberals and conservatives voice concerns with the bill.
Republican leaders will call members back to Washington to vote on other measures Tuesday night, according to House GOP Conference Secretary Lisa McClain (Mich.), which gives leadership an opportunity to whip votes in person ahead of Wednesday’s high-stakes vote.
McCarthy briefed members of his conference on the deal late Saturday night, which sparked criticism on the right from members frustrated by how little the agreement entails.
“This ‘deal’ is insanity. A $4T debt ceiling increase with virtually no cuts is not what we agreed to. Not gonna vote to bankrupt our country. The American people deserve better,” Rep. Ralph Norman (R-S.C.), a member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, wrote on Twitter.
Sunday morning, Rep. Chip Roy (R-Texas) — who characterized the agreement as a “turd-sandwich” — said he has heard from a number of his colleagues who are not on board.
You and I cannot run our household or business like the government, period.
There are literally millions & million of voting aged people running around that have no concept of the trillions in debt the government is, or what the impact of that really is. They believe (like Dems and Rinos want them to believe) that there is an endless supply of money and that the answer to being trillions in the red is to spend more.