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They called each other childish they stormed out of meetings they're fighting for -- -- in front of the microphone.
Is it no wonder congress and the White House can't come to an agreement on the debt ceiling.
It seems to me it's not about solutions anymore it's all about the politics.
The head of the Democratic Governors Association this weekend accusing Republicans of trying to undermine the economy.
Martin O'Malley of Maryland said this I think there's an extreme wing within the party who have as their primary goal not the jobs recovery.
But the defeat of President Obama and 2012.
Now this comes just two days after Texas congresswoman Sheila Jackson Lee took to the house -- to call Republicans.
Racist listen to this.
I am particularly sensitive.
That only this president.
Has received the kind of a tax.
And disagreements and inability to work only this one.
Read between the -- Ridiculous.
The reason for the gridlock in Washington is not racism.
Republicans know raising taxes in -- struggling economy won't create jobs it would just make things worse.
The fights are not because we have a black president it's because we have a president who spends too much.
The debt our country is facing is all too real and it's bigger than you thank.
A recent analysis by USA today shows the real debt is far more than the fourteen trillion dollars were debating in Washington.
Look if you added all -- things were -- we've already -- and -- use like entitlement programs the national debt.
About 62 trillion dollars.
Look by the in the summer your total of that debt is more than half a million dollars per household.
As I said entitlements are -- major cause of the skyrocketing debt and more more Americans are expected to be on the government dole in coming years.
But last year alone Medicare took on nearly two trillion dollars in new liabilities and Social Security racked up one and a half trillion.
That's just in one year -- total Social Security -- more than 21 trillion dollars and Medicare 25 trillion.
Mind boggling numbers.
In other words the debate is not about race.
It's not about a presidential campaign it's about the American taxpayers and the real -- this country is drowning in.
It's about fixing our problems now so we won't have the same -- down the road.
And it's a fight worth having.
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