John Boehner (R-Ohio), Speaker of The House, told his colleagues that he will not default on the federal debt. This is not surprising in the least, i.e., Republicans putting national debt at the forefront.
I guess this proves that the rich are just worried mostly about the national debt, knowing that they have a plush salary to fall back on. Is this really a surprise? Nevertheless, Boehner (and I hate to say this), is probably one of the better moderates that I can handle. (Please do not judge me too much.)
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While I agree with the following quote from Boehner: “This needs to be a big bipartisan deal,” I do not agree, though, with the subsequent quote: “This is much more about the debt ceiling and a larger budget agreement than it is about Obamacare.”
Actually John, no it is not.
Let me prove the innate-paradoxical nature of the Conservative (I will go as far as saying “the Republican”) through semantics alone and in relation to the quotes:
What are Republicans diametrically opposed to? Debt! What are the implications of the term-phrase “debt ceiling?” Bigger debt!
I am finished.