Possible Budget Deal Will Add $2 Trillion To The National Debt

by | Jul 23, 2019 | Headline News | 10 comments

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    About the only thing all people in government an agree on is that they need to spend more money and go further into debt.   If the new budget deal is signed by President Donald Trump, he will have authorized a 22 percent increase in federal discretionary spending during his first term in office while adding $2 trillion to the national debt.

    The White House and Congress are closing in on a deal to hike spending and postpone a battle over the debt limit until July 2021—eight months after the next presidential election. The agreement includes $75 billion in budgetary offsets, Bloomberg reports. Though a final deal has not yet been reached, the plan is for Congress to pass the new budget before July 26, when lawmakers will begin a six-week summer recess.

    Trump has already announced that a deal has been struck with democrats that will saddle unborn Americans with even more debt.


    The proposed plan will increase current spending caps by $320 billion over the next two years, with the spending hikes equally split between domestic programs and the military. Depending on the details, the budget could add as much as $2 trillion to the national debt over the next decade, according to the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB), a nonpartisan groups that favors balanced budgets. –Reason

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    A skyrocketing national debt is not good for the value of the dollar and will have the added effect of inflation. And so far, only one politician has the guts to say it like it is:

    In a statement, the CRFB said the budget deal “may be the worst in history,” given the country’s current precarious fiscal condition. “Members of Congress should cancel their summer recess and return to the negotiating table for a better deal. If they don’t, those who support this deal should hang their heads in total shame as they bolt town,” says Maya MacGuineas, president of the CRFB. “This deal would amount to nothing short of fiscal sabotage.”

    It’s apparent at this point that there is virtually no political coalition in Washington, D.C., genuinely interested in reducing spending and bringing the national debt under control. Democrats are largely a lost cause when it comes to fiscal responsibility, while Republicans—with few exceptions—are little better, having abandoned decades of lip service to the benefits of smaller government. –Reason

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    But the national debt will continue to grow even without lawmakers adding to it and extrapolating a problem that’s already beyond repair. The CBO presently projects that the federal government will add another $11.6 trillion to the deficit over the next decade. By 2049, the national debt will be more than one and a half times the size of the entire U.S. economy, breaking a record set during World War II. If a recession hits, those numbers could be worse.



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      1. (Non-consentual) budget deal will add 2 trillion (virtual, soft currency dollars) to the (odious) debt.

        Pay your rent, vote, and show up for jury duty.

      2. I have a theory.
        Since most all the debt is owed to Americans,
        older Americans, who tend to be more Republican,
        they( Democrats) intend to default.
        They think they can stiff the old people and not
        get a civil war since we don’t move as fast as we
        used to.
        Think about it.
        Us old farts own all the real estate, have built the
        infrastructure, and have all the wealth. The snowflakes
        don’t have anything and aren’t equipped to earn their way.
        So they will steal it from us. In the form of default.

        • relic, I think you nailed it. I (an old fart) and folks like me look like easy targets on paper. Let me tell the young-uns something; 1) I’m old, some things don’t work right, my bones hurt, and I look forward to more of the same, 2) I worked & paid for what I have, 3) I was trained by an elite military and I’m armed, 4) stealing from me and my family is damn dangerous.

          Antifa and the other subversives are barking up the wrong tree.

      3. Maybe Trump knows something we don’t. I remember when Reagan ran the deficit into the hundreds of millions. I was alarmed. The economy did well and it increased tax revenue but it just gave the politicians more money to spend. Maybe Trump is just doing this because right now he has an unlimited credit card. Maybe we have enough gold to back all this spending if gold is about &10,000 an ounce. Can you imagine what our deficit will be if interest rates go back to normal? Interest alone will be a couple trillion a year. We have done interesting times ahead. I wouldn’t live in a big city

      4. Last night on Mark Levin’s radio show he went ballistic over this and pretty much said that it would end up as all of us fear in a collapse of the economy .

      5. We are a curtain away from default of our economy. The politicians are playing musical chairs. They will keep spending, they do not want to be the party that it collapses on. So they could care less if it is a trillion more or ten trillion. They have already gone way past the possible paying off the debt. It will be over when or who stops the music.

      6. Can’t believe I am the only one go think this.

        In the most famous words I can think of for this situation…

        “At this point, what difference does it make?”

        • I hope that “quote” is her legacy.

      7. Senators Rand Paul & Mike Lee have been demonized in the MAIN STREAM MEDIA (MSLSD, CNN, NYT, etc.) for asking congress-critters to slash other spending to pay for the FIRST RESPONDERS ECONOMIC RELIEF FUND. Mike Lee & Rand Paul were NOT against the relief fund as mis-reported in the lame-stream media and lied about by ignorant Demonrats. The idea of responsible spending is something congress-critters do NOT understand.

      8. All true, but the moochers on EBT, Section 8 housing, WIC checks, TANF, SNAP, Free school lunches and breakfasts, Subsidized medical care, Head start programs,…is be rejoicing Chile! Illegal aliens love Uncle Sucker too!

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