The United States Senate had a “debt crisis” debate Saturday. How’d it go?
Senator Reid had already swept the Plan passed by the United States of Representatives away.
- Senator Reid had no plan—he never has; he had no solution—he never has; he had no action on the actual cause of the crisis—he never has.
- Senator Conrad had no plan—he never has; he had no solution—he never has; he had no action on the actual cause of the crisis—he never has.
- President Obama has no plan; he never will.
Obama and Reid talk about compromise. The only thing they seek in compromise is a green light for the President to borrow and spend $2.7 trillion through the 2012 election and in to 2013. That’s all.
Florida’s Freshman Senator Marco Rubio quickly brought clarity to the challenge saying, “So I think it’s important to remind people what we’re debating because although it is a difficult and important issue, it is not a complicated one to understand. It’s pretty straight forward.” Here are Senator Rubio’s remarks including a short debate with Massachusetts Senator Kerry.