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Jason Smith (r) [2021 file photo].

On Friday:

Rep. Jason Smith @RepJasonSmith
President Biden wasted almost 100 days doing nothing to solve our debt ceiling crisis.

Now the clock is running out and he’s on the other side of the world.

President Biden needs to work with House Republicans and negotiate a responsible debt plan.
2:20 PM · May 19, 2023

Some of the responses:

Your Mo. district has been in debt crisis for 21 years

Uh, yep.

What you talkin’ about, Jason (r)? (February 1, 2023)

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In case you were wondering, someone is winning the class war and it’s not you (August 23, 2022)

No, raising the debt ceiling should be and most often is SOP.
It is a crisis only because Leder McCarthy decided to make it a crisis.

Maybe he just doesn’t negotiate with terrorists.

Biden sent his budget to the speaker months ago. The speaker sat on it and did nothing while having no issue raising the debt ceiling multiple times under trump who is responsible for 25% of our current debt. Y’all are a joke.

What have you done for the working class…
Tell us we’ll wait

Republicans don’t want to do anything positive but hold the country hostage. You’re not the good guys on this.

Jason, almost all responses on this tweet are negative and unsympathetic.

Take the hint.

He doesn’t care.

This is a “crisis” because of YOU

The debt ceiling is an arbitrary line, the cuts you are making aren’t, and they will deeply harm Americans, our nation, and especially your 8th district constituents.

Congress sets the debt ceiling, not POTUS. Where were you? You barely passed your “make the poor pay for our tax cuts” plan only 3 weeks ago.

You know why the GOP will get the blame, just like always? Because you’re the only ones making threats.

You want to negotiate a responsible debt plan? REPEAL THE TRUMP TAX CUTS! You help drive the nation into debt with tax cuts and then complain about the result.

Oh, my word.

Your projection and delusion is truly shocking.

The #GOP has turned into an organization of knaves and fools.

After running up a $7.8T tab to our national debt, now you want a “responsible debt plan?”


You first, 🤡.

You knew your cuts were a non-starter yet you foolishly stuck with them.