While American taxpayers were situated snug in their beds, congressional Conservatives were plotting to pass the second-largest spending increase in a decade.
The Republican-controlled Congress voted to raise caps upon spending by $300 billion on the next two years. There are some estimates that will suggest the bill will increase govt spending by $1. 5 trillion.
Shame upon us for taking the Republicans from their word. These are the same rapscallions who promised to cut spending and minimize the size of government.
There is no question how the U. S. armed forces need each penny allocated in the budget. Yet domestic spending is out of control.
Republicans mentioned they had no choice but in order to approve the spending increase due to the fact Democrats were willing to hold the army hostage.
Instead of standing their ground plus taking their case to the United states people, the Republicans capitulated towards the demands of House Minority Head Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and United states senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer, D-N. Y.
The House Freedom Caucus and Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., stood their own ground and held the line for your American taxpayer. But I’ve get to the conclusion that Establishment Republicans do not have intention of honoring their promise to the taxpayers.
The Republicans told all of us they needed control of the House just before they could get anything done. And we gladly gave them control of the home. But nothing ever got done to keep down spending and the growth associated with government.
Then they told us they required control of the Senate. So we gladly gave them control of the United states senate. But still, nothing ever got completed to hold down spending and the development of government.
Then, they told all of us they needed control of the Whitened House. So we elected Donald M. Trump as the president of these excellent United States.
And it pains me to write this particular, but the government is still growing and investing is still out of control.
So you can imagine my annoyance when the Republicans told us that when we really want to change the direction associated with Washington it will require MORE Republicans within Congress.
I’m reminded of an old The southern part of saying: fool me once pity on you, fool me twice – well, you’re probably a congressional Republican.