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Senator Cynthia Lummis on Bitcoin and Extending the debt ceiling

Senator Cynthia Lummis on Bitcoin and Extending the debt ceiling

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  1. Bitcoin is a way for regular people to hedge against inflation without having to fork out the amount needed for solid assets like housing. Over the next 5 years I think crypto is going to hit heights nobody thought possible

  2. The current system is built on an infinite increase of the debt. It cannot be otherwise. This system will continue to grow the debt until the day when it is no longer possible and the system implodes.

    This is why we have the Bitcoin plan and why Bitcoin is so important to the future of the world.

  3. Anyone suggesting it would be good for the US to default on its debt and fail to pay for what has already been spent, has a lot of work to do to prove they’re not crazy.

  4. she voted to raise the debt ceiling every time under Trump. Spare me your fake tears Cynthia. Government being indebted to themselves is fine. It’s when foreign countries hold all your debt where you’re fucked.

  5. I don’t agree with this lady. Sure, the government should keep debt in check, but ultimately the government’s job is to spend money to help the populous. The pandemic was the perfect time to do that. What were they going to do, let the citizens starve?

    You don’t run a government budget the same way you run a household budget.

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