DHUnplugged #170: Debt Ceiling Fiasco Comming

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4 Responses to “DHUnplugged #170: Debt Ceiling Fiasco Comming”

  1. Seiya

    I thought it was funny how you guys declared the trillion dollar coin (which is legal and constitutional since it is authorized by current law and has been for hundreds of years) crazier than the debt ceiling (which, at the very least, is contradictory law since Congress passes how much money should be spent and how much money can be taxed; it is also probably unconstitutional under the 14th Amendment).

    I don’t particularly like the idea either, but I still consider it a better idea than crashing the world economy over bad law.

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  4. Reuel

    You win the Dan Quayle spelling prize for the “comming” fiasco. The literacy fiasco has already arrived. Any warning about the economy is eventually correct (how many mis-called?).


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