Shoot Down This Trial Balloon Fast

This headline, House chaos forces Senate to take the wheel on spending , suggests further defacto trampling of our constitution.

All spending bills are to start in the House of Representatives. Calling the failure to keep the Continuing Resolution afloat a crisis is just one more assault on our freedom.

Forces the Senate to violate the constitution. Up your ass The Hill, spokesmen for the Swamp’s continuing resolution.


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    • Drumwaster on October 22, 2023 at 12:00 PM

    There is also the Constitutional mandate to actually publish a Budget, something that wasn’t done during any of Obama’s years. That set of Continuing Resolutions kept the budgetary spending of the last properly passed budget (in the Housing Crisis of ’08), including that “one-time” $800 billion stimulus, which was included every single year, since they were “continuing” the previously approved spending, plus all baked-in annual increases by percentages. Did you think it was a coincidence that the National Debt literally doubled in his single Presidency?

    1. The Progs got away with their incremental assaults on the constitution that limits govt power — things such as ignoring the budget reqs — because we mostly didn’t comprehend the nature of their war for the last century. This post implies we do now understand when I called for shooting down this proposal before they build up momentum and bull it through.

  1. None of them have ever read the Constitution.
    I find it odd how they all consistently frame a govt shutdown a s a horrible thing.

    1. You are free to put it off as either stupidity or oversight. I see it as wide-eyed greedy power lust.

      Paraphrasing the banditos in The Treasure of the Sierra Madre: “We don’ need no stinkin’ constitution.”

      1. Criminal oversight.

        The power lust, certainly.

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