The Center for Fiscal Accountability is alerting Members of the U.S. House of Representatives that it will rate a vote against the House Democrat budget resolution, which spends too much of the money we don't have, and taxes too much. From the legislative alert:
The Center for Fiscal Accountability urges all Members of Congress to vote against the House Budget Resolution as reported out of the House Budget Committee.
In the wake of a series of government bailouts and the passage of a trillion dollar spending and debt package under the guise of economic “stimulus,” this budget would only add fuel to the fire and aggravate the situation for taxpayers, who are already struggling.
This $3.5 trillion budget would not only place federal spending on an unsustainable path, it would also enact massive tax increases further hampering the potential for economic growth.
While attempting to evoke the impression that the budget is void of a political agenda, it seeks to establish “reserve funds” that would serve as place holders to advance an agenda that would permanently grow the size of government, while at the same time increasing government dependency.
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