Erasing our National Debt Through Accountability and Responsibility Plan Act of 2010-Cottonwood CA Homes For Sale

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Chain Real Estate Investments & Mortgage, Steve & Joel Chain

                        Erasing our National Debt Through Accountability and Responsibility Plan Act of 2010-Cottonwood CA Homes For Sale

                                                                         H. R. 4566

 

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I came across a bill introduced February 2, 2010 in the US House of Representatives.  While I have no idea of it's potential of success I was delighted that there are some elected officials that giving some thought to the topic of Erasing Debt, Creating Fiscal Accountiblity and Reponsibilty.

Here are the names of the Congressmen (women) associated with the bill:

Mr. PAULSEN (for himself, Mr. HERGER, Mr. TIAHRT, Mr. LANCE, Mr. JONES, Mr. GARRETT of New Jersey, Ms. JENKINS, Mr. PAUL, Mr. CASTLE, and Mr. LAMBORN

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Phone: 530-347-6122                                                                                      Email: steve@chainrealestate.net

 

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Comments (6)

Mary Yonkers
Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate - Erie, PA
Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor

Steve--Interesting.  I wonder where it will go from here.  Everyone wants more services, but lower taxes. 

Feb 07, 2010 06:49 AM
Steve, Joel & Steve A. Chain
Chain Real Estate Investments & Mortgage, Steve & Joel Chain - Cottonwood, CA

Mary,

Isn't it just like personal finances? We can't live beyond our means. Just like a family establishes a budget and then makes the hard decisions to live by that budget.

I think if every single citizen took out a loan or paid $40,000 in taxes there would be a balanced budget. Once the deficit reaches these levels how can taxes be the answer?

Steve

Feb 07, 2010 07:11 AM
Melinda (Mel) Peterson
Grants Pass, OR - Bend, OR
@TheBlessedRealtor - ABR, CRS

Steve & Joel ~ I have always believed that personal responsibility is the crucial key to any successful idea or program.   There is certainly a lack of it in our culture today.   

Feb 07, 2010 07:27 AM
Steve, Joel & Steve A. Chain
Chain Real Estate Investments & Mortgage, Steve & Joel Chain - Cottonwood, CA

Melinda,

As I've looked at the basic 2 party system I've come to appreciate a dream of "benevolent accountability.

Not sure there's a platform of reform for it though. LOL

Steve

Feb 07, 2010 07:42 AM
Mary Yonkers
Alan Kells School of Real Estate/Howard Hanna Real Estate - Erie, PA
Erie/PA Real Estate Instructor

I agree with Melinda.  If more people had assumed personal responsibility for their finances we would not have had the credit card crisis and mortgage crisis.  So many individuals, not just gov't, practice deficit spending.  Too much credit card debit, too much mortgage debt, etc.  Enough--time for super bowl party.  Bye.

Feb 07, 2010 08:04 AM
Todd Clark - Retired
eXp Realty LLC - Tigard, OR
Principle Broker Oregon

I would love to see our government stop printing money just so they can spend it. We need to start living like families, when the money runs out, we need to cut back.

Feb 13, 2010 11:09 PM