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BREAKING: Is Congress Actually STUPID?



Congress is on the brink of making a grave error that could have far-reaching consequences for our nation’s security and fiscal stability. As lawmakers prepare to vote on a $1.2 trillion spending package to fund the government through September, it’s evident that significant issues have been swept under the rug, most notably the absence of measures addressing border security.

The manner in which this bill has been rushed through is concerning in itself. Released in the dead of night, lawmakers have been given less than 48 hours to digest the hefty 1,012 pages of spending. Such haste leaves little room for thorough scrutiny and proper consideration of its implications.

While the bill maintains topline spending near 2023 levels, it fails to adequately address critical concerns raised by many conservatives. Despite some nominal cuts to agencies like the FBI and IRS, it’s alarming that no substantial efforts have been made to tackle the escalating border crisis. The provision of $495 million to hire more Border Patrol agents is a mere band-aid solution, especially considering concerns that these resources may not be effectively utilized to secure our borders.

Republicans have rightfully expressed dissatisfaction with House Speaker Mike Johnson’s failure to leverage the GOP majority to compel Democrats to confront the pressing issues of border security and national debt. Senator Rand Paul’s question resonates deeply: why has the power of the purse, entrusted to Congress, been left unused while the national debt continues to soar?

Rep. Chip Roy aptly points out that both parties bear responsibility for the dire state of affairs, with open borders and ballooning deficits. Yet, this spending package appears to perpetuate these troubling trends rather than offering meaningful solutions.

The rushed nature of the bill’s consideration further compounds these concerns. With Speaker Johnson needing a 2/3 majority to suspend the rules for a vote due to the truncated review period, the urgency to pass the bill raises questions about transparency and accountability.

As lawmakers teeter on the brink of a decision, it’s imperative that they consider the long-term ramifications of their actions. Passing a spending package that neglects border security amidst a crisis of this magnitude would be a monumental mistake. It’s time for Congress to prioritize the safety and fiscal well-being of the nation over political expediency.

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    March 22, 2024 at 12:03 pm

    Close the dam border,terrorists are entering at a alarming rate,hidenbiden has the power to close the border,no more bills passed,until this incompetent,arogant,delusional,narcistic pretending puppet president, does his dam job.He caused this,he can fix it but doesn’t want to.Do your job or get the hell out.

  3. Crossram

    March 24, 2024 at 7:57 pm

    There’s a lot of stupid people in Congress and there’s a lot of stupid people voting them in Congress.

  4. Grace

    March 25, 2024 at 6:51 pm

    Close the border. What is thew problem with taking logical action. US has always had quotas! It is obvious that all in power just want to ruin the country.

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