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I've got a suggestion for you. How about you do something you, and Obama, have never done. Read the goddam Constitution. In it you'll see that Congress controls all spending. There are laws, and there is funding. If the government is broke, like it is today, then there isn't any money to spend on enforcing a law. You can't spend money you don't have. Let me acquaint you with a real-world fact you Democrats seem to be ignorant of. Money doesn't grow in trees.
When money starts growing on trees, then there will (maybe) be enough money for this hippy pipe dream of an Orwellian dictatorship the Democrats have in mind.
The Constitution is the authority. Now, read the 14th Amendment and you'll see the ONLY payment the Constitution commands the Congress to make.
What the 14th Amendment says is, you have to pay the public debt before you write a welfare check of give someone foodstamps or pay for some pipedream of a so-called "healthcare" plan.
You seem to have about as good of an understanding of the way our government works as Obama. It's no wonder the faculty at the University of Chicago Law School described Obama as "lazy and unqualified".
When Bush was president and had a Republican Congress did spending go A. up or B. Down?
During those times did we have any national debt? A. yes B. No
During those times did we have a balanced budget? A. yes B. No
Please answer A or B for all of these.
Thank you in advance.