Spending Cuts and Debt
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WASHINGTON – Congressman Steve Stockman released the following statement Wednesday evening:
I will be voting against tonight’s irresponsible proposal to rack up hundreds of billions of dollars of new debt. The federal government is taking in record amounts of revenue. Instead of maxing out our children’s national credit card we need to be more responsible with the government’s current windfall.
‘These cheap scare tactics may work in Chicago street organizing but it is no way to lead a nation. They certainly haven't created prosperity.’
WASHINGTON – Congressman Steve Stockman released the following statement Thursday:
President Obama is once again misleading people in a sad attempt to create a panic he hopes will be blamed on his opponents.
Moody's has flatly stated our credit rating is not tied to the debt limit and not raising it does not risk default.
WASHINGTON – House Republican Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following statement today after the House voted to pass the bipartisan Honoring Our Promise to America's Veterans Act.
‘Obama set up this confrontation, and even had Park Police warn wheelchair-bound 90-year-old vets may be arrested for seeing it before they die, because he hoped the mainstream media would blame Republicans.’
WASHINGTON – Congressman Steve Stockman released the following statement Wednesday:
There is no other way to put it. Democrats are curb-stomping veterans.
My father served in World War II and fought the Nazis.
He was cared for by the Veterans Administration until he passed away.
This morning Americans across the country took the administration at its word, believing that the health care exchanges were “on track” and would be open for business and the law would be “working the way it is supposed to.” Instead they learned what a former HHS administrator in charge of exchange operations meant when he said today would be “
Washington, DC – Republican Study Committee Chairman Steve Scalise issued the following statement tonight after a majority of House Democrats abandoned American veterans.
The American Action Forum (@AAF) released a new poll today showing there is support across the political spectrum for delaying the individual mandate one year and using the government funding bill to implement the delay. Additionally, the survey found that by a 5-point margin, respondents support using every opportunity to defund or delay the ACA rather than simply passing a “clean” bill to fund the government.
WASHINGTON, DC – House Speaker John Boehner (R-OH), Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA), Majority Whip Kevin McCarthy (R-CA), and GOP Conference Chair Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA) released the following joint statement:
“The American people don’t want a government shut down and they don’t want ObamaCare. That’s why later today, the House will vote on two amendments to the Senate-passed continuing resolution that will keep the government open and stop as much of the president’s health care law as possible.
WASHINGTON -- Congressman Steve Stockman joined other House Republicans in signing their names to a letter authored by Congressman Jim Bridenstine (R-OK) warning senators their vote to invoke cloture and allow Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid to proceed to a vote to strip out "defund ObamaCare" language in the House's continuing budget resolution will be interpreted as a vote to fund ObamaCare.
The letter follows:
Dear Senator _____: