Senator Marco Rubio Comments On Reaching The Debt Limit


Well, congratulations America… we’ve done it! Time to hang up the banners, blow up some balloons, and throw the confetti! Today is May 16th… We’ve hit the debt ceiling! We finally did it!!! Oh… that’s not a good thing? Well, what the hell are we doing here then? Well in that case, which bunch of morons sped up our spending over the last four years? Pelosi and crew would never have added nearly double our debt in four years would they? Oh… they did?

Crap, I’m sorry to rain on the Democrat’s big celebration. Nevermind… put those annoying horns away guys! We’re gonna have to go back to work trying to fix things. I thought that the debt ceiling was there to stop spending but I guess we just break the ceiling and then we can keep on going. Where is Geithner when we need him?!? What’s that? He wants us to continue on and we’ll just push the debt ceiling off to another day? Oh boy… will it ever end?

Cue Senator Marco Rubio… At least he makes sense with what he thinks!

Senator Marco Rubio Comments On Reaching The Debt Limit

Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Marco Rubio issued the following statement regarding the federal government reaching its borrowing limit:

“Today is a sad day for our nation as reaching our debt limit further highlights the failed leadership and reckless spending that has our country heading toward a Greece-like day of reckoning. We are better than that.

“We are at a defining moment in our nation’s history, and we must begin to implement fiscal reforms immediately. We must fundamentally reform our tax code, overhaul our regulatory structure, enact spending and debt caps, pass a balanced-budget amendment and save our entitlement programs so they don’t bankrupt themselves and our country. If we fail to accomplish these necessary goals and simply raise our borrowing limit yet again, the world will know America is not serious about tackling this problem. The result will be devastating and our nation’s exceptionalism will be in jeopardy.

“But we must remember that the problems our country faces are solvable. If leaders in Washington choose to do what is right rather than what is politically beneficial, we will reverse the course our nation has taken in recent years and begin paving the way for yet another American Century.”

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