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America’s Moral Problem: Get the nation’s spending under control

America is at a troubling crossroads: Since President Obama took office in January 2009, the national debt has increased from $10.6 trillion to $14.3 trillion — a 33% increase in the national debt in 2.5 years. That pace is unsustainable, and in a word, immoral.

Stand with the American Center for Law and Justice today and send a powerful message to Washington: Cut spending and stop saddling our children and grandchildren with uncontrollable debt. It’s time to exercise fiscal restraint and get America’s spending under control. Adding more unsustainable debt is a moral mistake. Sign our Petition to Stop the Spending now.


To:  President Obama and Congress

Families across America know it to be true: You can’t spend what you don’t have. It’s past time for our nation’s leaders to exercise the same fiscal restraint and get America’s spending under control.

It’s not about Republican or Democrat. It’s about acting with the future in mind, with America’s best interest at heart. As a concerned citizen, outraged by this immoral, irresponsible economic crisis, I urge you to stop sitting on the sidelines of this debate. The time is now: Cut spending and lower the debt, without raising taxes.

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