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"As the Democrats finally maxed out their government spending credit card Monday, Kurt Schrader continued to stand with his party leaders in failing to offer any viable long-term solution."
U.S. Rep. Ron Kind, D-Wis., "and his fellow Democrats went on a spending spree and now their credit card is maxed out"
Democratic Reps. Cicilline, Boswell, Carnahan and Critz "demanded that Congress vote to increase the nation’s debt limit without making any spending cuts."
"Gerry Connolly and his fellow Democrats went on a spending spree and now their credit card is maxed out."
Says that PolitiFact Ohio confirms that Betty Sutton "maxed out federal debt"
"Betty Sutton and her fellow Democrats went on a spending spree and now their credit card is maxed out."
"The federal government borrows $4 billion every day."
Democratic U.S. House candidate Julie Lassa pushed for a "Canadian-style government takeover of health care."
Blames Mike McIntyre and Nancy Pelosi for the second straight year of no cost-of-living increases for Social Security beneficiaries.
Says Steve Kagen "promised us jobs, voting for the $787 billion stimulus. Cost: another 77,000 jobs lost."
Says that "93 percent of the time John Boccieri voted with Nancy Pelosi."
Arkansas Democratic congressional candidate Chad Causey "was a Washington, D.C. bureaucrat."
"700 jobs (were) lost because Allen Boyd" voted for the health care bill.
U.S. Rep. Jim Marshall (D-Ga.) refuses to return $37,000 in "dirty" campaign contributions from U.S. Rep. Charles Rangel (D-N.Y.)
"Minnick voted to let the government fund abortion under Obamacare."
"The House Democrats' so-called 'stimulus' has been stuffed with an astonishing $335 million to fund prevention programs of sexually transmitted diseases."
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