WHAT national debt? Spending bill weighs in at 2,232 pages to the tune of $1.3 trillion

Apparently the national debt isn’t a major concern anymore:

And this is just for funding through September 30th of this year.

President Trump said “Dem giveaways” are part of that in order to get them to agree to other budget items:

You know, voters need to give Republicans control of Congress so this kind of reckless spending and “Dem giveaways” can be tapered way back! Oh, wait…

Update:

Who wouldn’t have time to read all this?

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One thought on “WHAT national debt? Spending bill weighs in at 2,232 pages to the tune of $1.3 trillion”

  1. Think of the Debt as a bomb, planted in full sight of everyone on the Capitol steps, which Congress won’t defuse because its members only listen to the whining voices of the pet victims of the MSM.

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