Earlier today, Grassfire received an update directly from House Majority Leader Steve Scalise's (R-LA) office regarding the status of the "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023." His staff confirmed that a vote on the debt-ceiling bill is expected to occur between TOMORROW and Friday.
That means time is short to make your voice heard! Sign the "Stop The Spending Insanity!" national petition and tell House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) and other GOP leaders where you stand. Stop runaway government spending AND defund Joe's radical, far-left, "America Last" agenda.
The "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" is the House Republicans' plan to limit federal spending, save taxpayer dollars, and grow the economy. This important legislation does increase America's debt ceiling for one year by $1.5 TRILLION, but the bill also saves taxpayers more than $4.5 TRILLION.
Click here to sign now and demand GOP Reps "Stop The Spending Insanity!" in our nation's capital. Thank you, in advance, for taking action today to promote and protect life, liberty and limited government.
The Grassfire Team
P.S. Scalise's office knows that Grassfire is empowering our team members to fax GOP Reps and urge them to support the "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023." Our Capitol Hill contact thanked us -- and you -- for these efforts. See this morning's update below for more info, or go here to add your name now:
House Speaker Kevin McCarthy (R-CA) says he'll pass the GOP's "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" THIS WEEK. He insists the debit-limit bill will save American taxpayers more than $4.5 TRILLION while also defunding as much of Joe's "America Last" agenda as possible.
The fight over America's ability to borrow BILLIONS more to pay its bills has been going on for months. Even though the federal government has reached its "debt ceiling" and risks a shutdown in June, Joe has refused to negotiate with the GOP-controlled House.
McCarthy and his fellow Republicans in the "Lower Chamber" refuse to hand over another blank check, so taxpayers can fund even more of the radical, far-Left's "Hate America" agenda. The "Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023" does raise the nation's debt ceiling for another year -- but it limits discretionary spending.
+ + Tell House Republicans To Stop Joe's "Spending Insanity"!
Despite a $32 TRILLION national debt, the D.C. Establishment wants more. But Republicans can stop Joe's and the Uniparty's "spending insanity." The House holds the "power of the purse," and the GOP controls the House. Make your voice heard to demand lawmakers "Stop The Spending Insanity!"
Call on GOP House leaders to stand with Speaker McCarthy to end the federal government's runaway spending AND to defund Joe's "America Last" agenda. Urge them to vote "YES!" on the Speaker's debt-ceiling bill! Click here or on the banner below to sign the national petition to "Stop The Spending Insanity!" now:
+ + Sign Now To Support The Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 And "Stop The Spending Insanity!"
You've probably heard the word "insanity" defined as "doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result." As interest rates climb, energy costs rise, inflation balloons and a recession worsens, Joe's regime wants to continue their radical, leftist, socialist government spending to bankrupt America.
Click here to demand GOP Reps stand with Speaker McCarthy. Urge them to vote "YES!" on the Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 to rein in government spending AND to defund Joe's radical, far-left "Hate America" agenda. Thanks, in advance, for taking action today as a Grassfire team member.
Standing for life, liberty and limited government,
The Grassfire Team
P.S. Joe's and the RINOs' runaway spending has led to skyrocketing inflation, higher interest rates, rising fuel costs and pushed the U.S. economy to recession! House Republicans now control the "power of the purse" and are pushing to rein in government spending. If you agree, go here to sign the "Stop The Spending Insanity!" national petition now:
Limit, Save, Grow Act of 2023 (Speaker•gov)
Upcoming Congressional Fiscal Policy Deadlines (Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget)
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