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What does The validity of the public debt of the United States, authorized by law, shall not be questioned mean to the Democrats? It seem this clause is being interpreted from the shadows of constitutional theory that debt-limitation laws are unconstitutional. If so, the Republicans in the House should pass no revenue bills unless the tax money is actually been realized instead of spending withheld taxes of which some of it will be returned. If debt-limitation laws can't be legal then neither can be deficits.
 
In a shutdown, we get the closest to what we want; spending to STOP.
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