Sen. Harry Reid made a great argument, in 2006, on why we must vote against raising the debt ceiling:
“Most Americans know that increasing debt is the last thing we should be doing.”
“Economists will tell you we should be reducing debt, not increasing it.”
“We’re being asked to do what shouldn’t be asked of us, to increase the debt to almost $9 trillion.”
In addition to the quotes above, he cites multiple presidents, and lectures those who might think raising the debt ceiling is a good idea in just one of several speeches he gave on why we shouldn’t raise the debt ceiling.
Too bad THAT Harry Reid couldn’t go into the future and lecture THIS Harry Reid.Published in