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WASHINGTONTIMES.COM – Conservatives are horrified by the staggering $21 trillion in debt as well as the trillion dollar deficits we are running each year as a result of the latest omnibus bill and spending trajectory. Last month, my offices phones were ringing off the hook with constituents dismayed that Washington is once again dramatically growing the size of government and their kids debt bill. Conservatives are horrif..Read more»

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Joseph Slater  <div class="ournews_points"><span>1152</span></div>
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So… negotiate in good faith with Democrats to get a deal done, then later turn around, stab them in the back and wipe out the funding they wanted in the name of fiscal conservatism. Can Republicans sink any lower?

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