House Republicans seem ready for another fight over the debt limit.
Caving on the debt limit in 2011 was the political low point of his presidency.
And fearing a primary challenge in Kentucky, McConnell is back to preaching the GOP gospel of reaction on the debt limit.
A vote to raise the debt limit will not grow our deficit by a single dime.
The emerging compromise plan would cut spending and raise the debt limit in two phases.
Now, however, there are new problems: the impending clown show/train wreck/debacle over the budget and the debt limit.
A vote to raise the debt limit will not give the president or Congress the ability to spend any new money whatsoever.
We could have a state constitution, too, which would extend the debt limit so that we could issue a whole lot more bonds.
Its debt limit is 2% on the assessed valuation, and even that low maximum is not often reached.
The debt limit is usually a certain percentage of the assessed valuation of the taxable property within the city.