Reduce the National Debt
Government spending has ballooned to unsustainable levels, and we must take action to reduce the national debt. We can't allow Washington to continue to mortgage our children's future with their out-of-control spending. By cutting unnecessary spending, we will prioritize critical programs and reduce the burden on taxpayers like us.
Balancing the federal budget is critical to ensuring that our nation remains fiscally responsible and sustainable. The federal deficit has been a growing problem for many years, and we must take action to bring spending in line with revenue. By balancing the budget, we can reduce the national debt and promote economic stability and growth. This means cutting bloated bureaucracy and raising revenue without increasing taxes.
The last time that America paid off our national debt was in 1835, driven by the sale of federal land to Americans that wanted to build their lives on their own property. The federal government owns nearly 640 million acres of land across the country, and much of it is not essential for government use. By selling this land to private American entities, we can generate revenue for the government, create new economic opportunities, and reduce the burden on taxpayers.
If you have an idea for reducing the national debt, I want to hear what you have to say. Send me a message to make sure that your voice is heard.
It's time for a Representative who will finally fight for us.
It's time to TAKE OUR COUNTRY BACK.