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Republicans introduce plan to balance the budget in 5 years.

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
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House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.



Sorry. That train has left the station. No reclaiming any mantle. As expected, the deficit hawks return to the mountain when there's someone with a D in the Oval Office. And in typical right wing fashion, they'll pick on the weakest members of society that take up the smallest sections of the budget, remove regulations designed to protect consumers..all without raising a penny of taxes on corporations or their wealthy donors...or addressing any big ticket Republican items...like for example, where the fuck is my DOD/Pentagon audit I've been promised for a decade?

Honestly, is the Republican party..and conservatism in general, completely bereft of any new or original policy ideas?
 
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.



Sorry. That train has left the station. No reclaiming any mantle. As expected, the deficit hawks return to the mountain when there's someone with a D in the Oval Office. And in typical right wing fashion, they'll pick on the weakest members of society that take up the smallest sections of the budget, remove regulations designed to protect consumers..all without raising a penny of taxes on corporations or their wealthy donors...or addressing any big ticket Republican items...like for example, where the fuck is my DOD/Pentagon audit I've been promised for a decade?

Honestly, is the Republican party..and conservatism in general, completely bereft of any new or original policy ideas?
OK, we have the first debt loving Dimwinger chime in.
 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.



Would that be based on before or after Joe?
 

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OK, we have the first debt loving Dimwinger chime in.
“I’m the king of debt. I’m great with debt. Nobody knows debt better than me,”
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


why 5 yrs??

why not one yr??
 

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cut taxes? cut bail $$ to antifa and black flies matter?
the traitorous, scum demonRATS will have no part in that
 

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OK, we have the first debt loving Dimwinger chime in.
“I’m the king of debt. I’m great with debt. Nobody knows debt better than me,”
- Dmbass Tramp
xiden--im a corrupt piece of shit, that will bankrupt AMERICA....if you disagree, ill sic the fbi, cia, or hhs on you and make sure you are convicted...never mind hit-lery committing treason, or coercion...its the average AMERICAN that needs to be stopped
 
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


They need to slash their discretionary and alleged wars on crime, drugs, and terror first.
 

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RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'
Yeah, the Republicans always want to "reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility" when the DEMOCRATS ARE IN POWER.

... funny how they don't seem to care very much about it when they're in charge, the modern Republicans are just another flavor of big gub'mint progressives pretending to be conservatives.
 

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Where was this plan when President Trump had a GOP majority in Congress?
 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


It's like they have amnesia LOL
 

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Where was this plan when President Trump had a GOP majority in Congress?

That's not how the game is played, you don't propose balanced budget plans when you're in power since if you do people will expect you to pass it and balancing budgets hampers your ability to buy votes.

You propose them when the opposition is in power so you can blame the other side when your "plans" goes nowhere.
 

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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


It's like they have amnesia LOL
It's the electorate that has amnesia, that's how our boys & girls in Washington keep getting away with this kind of bullshit.
 

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Where was this plan when President Trump had a GOP majority in Congress?

That's not how the game is played, you don't propose balanced budget plans when you're in power since if you do people will expect you to pass it and balancing budgets hampers your ability to buy votes.

You propose them when the opposition is in power so you can blame the other side when your "plans" goes nowhere.
Politics 101
 
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HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES
Published 3 hours ago

House Republicans reveal answer to Biden's budget, say it could eliminate deficit in 5 years​

RSC Chair Banks says budget will help Republicans 'reclaim the mantle of fiscal responsibility'​



EXCLUSIVE – House Republicans on Wednesday are unveiling their answer to President Biden's 2022 budget, putting forward a document that they say can balance the federal budget in five years while cutting taxes by $1.9 trillion.

The summary of the proposal by the Republican Study Committee (RSC), first obtained by Fox News, would slash a litany of discretionary programs, reform federal programs like Medicaid and the Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP) into block grants, institute "zero-baseline budgeting," and more.

These cuts, combined with reduced regulations, increases in the retirement age for Social Security and eligibility age for Medicare, among other things, the RSC says, would bring the United States to a balanced budget in five years.

"The Democrats are introducing socialism and radically expanding the role of government, and in just a short amount of time, we’re already seeing the negative effects of their agenda on our economy. We're seeing a spike in the cost of living and slower than expected job growth. And this is just the beginning," Rep. Jim Banks, R-Ind., the RSC chairman, said in a statement.


They need to slash their discretionary and alleged wars on crime, drugs, and terror first.
You should run for office on that platform.

TERRORISM FOR ALL!
 

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