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Ryan has a budget plan and it doesn't raise taxes

8:10 PM, Apr. 2, 2013  |  Comments
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The fact that it has been more than 1,400 days since a budget has been passed deeply troubles me. It's hard to expect any change when there doesn't seem to be a direct plan. Not only this, but Senate Democrats are making it clear that the only thing they are set on doing is increasing taxes.

Seeing as it has been nearly four years since the last budget has been passed, it seems very unlikely that we will see a new budget under the current administration. If that is the case, then it is very likely that the government will keep taking more and more money from taxpayers until they realize they have only increased the debt. With no balanced budget set in place, it makes me uncomfortable not knowing where my money is going.

Say what you will about the details of his plan; Paul Ryan outlines a way in which we can balance the budget without raising taxes. At least someone in Washington is looking out for my money.

James Warner

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