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Victory in the House! Thanks to your efforts, a bipartisan coalition passed the Cut Cap Balance Act (H.R.2560) tonight! The bill now moves to the Senate, which may vote as soon as Saturday 7/23. Keep those calls coming! TAKE ACTION: Tell your Senator to vote YES on the Cut Cap Balance Act! Here's how Congressmen voted
Tuesday, July 19--Today, the US House is debating and voting on the Cut Cap Balance Act, H.R.2560. We need to pass this bill, so we can stop the McConnell-Reid "Cut Run & Hide" automatic debt hike plan and avert a debt collapse. CALL NOW!
Video: 7 Reasons Why Aug. 2nd Isn't the End of the World
President Obama's various dire predictions won't happen on Aug. 2nd. And I can prove it.
(The following was published this morning at redstate.com.)
Washington is currently borrowing about 43 cents out of every dollar it spends, and is close to maxing out its credit limit. Current law says Uncle Sam cannot borrow more than $14.3 trillion.
VIDEO: Debt ceiling snap vote: What YOU can do NOW
Next Tuesday, the House will vote on the "Cut Cap Balance" Act (H.R.2560) vs. the McConnell-Reid-Pelosi "Cut Run & Hide" bill. FreedomWorks' Max Pappas & Dean Clancy explain what you can do NOW:
View the video
Backed by a wave of overwhelming grassroots pressure, Speaker John Boehner has scheduled a surprise House vote on the Cut Cap Balance Act (H.R.2560) this coming Tuesday, July 19th.
TAKE ACTION: Tell your Congressman to vote YES on the Cut Cap Balance Act!
Ask Your Senators and Representative to Cosponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act
Dear FreedomWorks member, As one of our million-plus FreedomWorks members nationwide, I urge you to contact your Senators and Representative and ask them to co-sponsor the Cut, Cap, and Balance Act of 2011.
Shootout at the Debt Hike Corral: 'Cut Cap Balance' or Die
It appears President Obama's strategy in the debt ceiling talks has been to do 4 things:
Increase Uncle Sam's credit limit by enough to get past reelection.
Pose as a fiscal centrist.
Neuter the GOP on taxes.
Thwart real entitlement reforms.
Until two days ago, his strategy was working.