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You -- Limited government activists aren't content to sit back and hope.
But a Republican presidential candidate will save them.
Already there for plant preparing a plan B to hold politicians' feet to the fire over our rapidly expanding government debt.
My next guest is leading one such effort to put much pressure on congressional Republicans so much pressure that raising the debt ceiling will no longer be an option for them.
Welcome to freedom march Joseph Farah of world net daily -- but no more.
Red -- campaign.
I like that Joseph no more red ink I I I know that's what I wanna hear you say it.
You were as furious as I was when people who were elected as Tea Party years.
Into they Republican.
Side of the aisle in the House of Representatives promising to shrink the government.
Voted last August to let the president borrow another 2.4 trillion and then tried to run away from that by a funny vote two weeks ago.
That's exactly right.
Your honor I haven't heard anyone stated quite so eloquently but.
You've got to remember I think with 75.
Of the incoming house Republicans.
In the 2010 election had actually pledged.
Not to raise the debt limit and as we know.
The -- the only vote that counted only 22 house Republicans.
Voted to actually do that.
And and and my plan the no more red -- plan which you can find out more about it no more -- dot com.
Essentially is about applying enough pressure on the Republicans because after all.
It's the Republicans who say they are for reducing spending -- the Republicans who say they want balanced budget rate is the Republicans who say they -- -- control debt.
Now it's time to see if we can get them to live up to their rhetoric they're gonna have another opportunity.
And we want to make sure that they.
They understand what the people want them to do.
Are what it what is the plan gel is it isn't a pledge is is -- a commitment ahead of time what what exactly does a consistent give us the 32 version -- it.
You've got -- it's multifaceted.
We have a grassroots lobbying effort they can participate on online we've already bombarded the house Republicans with a over a million letters.
And we want to make that two million or three million in the coming months.
We're also putting into effect attacked by a no more borrowing -- very similar to the no new taxes pledge -- has been so attractive after all -- -- taxes aren't even on the table for Republicans anymore because they've taken a pledge they put it in writing.
We wanna get them to do the same thing with no more -- last question -- the Tea Party still around.
Did it -- the dark -- the grass roots movements that got these so called small government.
Republicans elected to the house who overnight became big government Republicans are they there are they angry what happened about what happened -- I got a vote this November.
Well sometimes I wonder is the author of the -- party manifesto what happened.
But I but I didn't believe that -- you know a lot of folks went home after the 2010 election thinking they had done their job they had taken care of business right sending those Republicans.
In to office.
And that's never -- case that's -- the job begins because you've got to hold the politicians accountable once they're in office Joseph -- it's a pleasure thank you for joining us.
Thank you -- new developments tonight on the whole.
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