July 26, 2011 by USA Post
John Boehner, The White House threatened on Tuesday to veto the House that emergency legislation aimed at avoiding a breach of national threat, issued a preemptive strike as Republican chairman, John Boehner worked to line up enough votes in his own party to approve the measure.
Boehner faced criticism from some conservatives before a vote scheduled for Wednesday. The bill would raise the debt limit by one trillion while making cuts in federal spending and $ 1.2 billion – a reduction that conservatives say they are not enough. The measure also would establish a committee of legislators to recommend additional budget savings and 1.8 trillion dollars, which would lead to a further increase to 1.6 billion dollars in the debt limit. The White House objects to the need for a second vote before the 2012 elections. Harry Reid said the measure had no chance of passing the Senate, but cleared the House. He pronounced “dead on arrival.” Washington and the nation are contemplating an August 2 deadline to raise the debt limit or face national default.
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