Monday, October 07, 2013

The Debt Ceiling is the Settled Law of the Land - So Democrats will refuse to change it?

The Debt Ceiling is the Law of the Land

Over the past few weeks, Democrats have indicated that they have no intention of negotiating over Obamacare, opting instead to shut down the government.  They are justifying their obstinacy by asserting that Obamacare is the law of the land.  Well, if that is the game they want to play, we should return the favor with the debt ceiling.  The debt ceiling, pursuant to the Second Liberty Bond Act of 1917, is the law of the land.  And it has been so for far longer than Obamacare.

And while we're at it:

The only way we default on the debt is if we fail to pay the interest on the public debt.  According to the updated budget projection from the CBO, interest on the debt will be roughly $237 billion for 2014.  Thanks to the short-term revenue benefits of the fiscal cliff and Obamacare tax hikes, the federal government is expected to rake in a record $3.042 trillion from the private economy this year.

Let’s engage in a simple math exercise.  $3.042 trillion – $237 billion = $2.805 trillion.  As long as the Treasury pays the first $237 billion in revenue to the shareholders of our debt, there will be no default, and we will have $2.805 trillion left to spend.  Again, default is taken off the table.  Discussion over.

Hit the link for how to spend the remaining loot, but this is a perfect opportunity to starve some of the more outrageous government boondoggles that infest the Federal Government.

Under the Obama regime the White House is now the Spite House - #SpiteHouse #PresidentStompyFoot

#SpiteHouse: President Stompy Foot sparks new name for White House

Drudge neglected to mention that the Moocher's Drink Water website stayed up too. Supporting Michelle Obama's hobbies trumps missing kids in the Spite House.

Ritz Crackers - the favorite snack of race pimp Al Sharpton

Sharpton's Crackers: Advertisers like Ritz Crackers foot the bill for vile racial demagoguery.