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Sun May 21, 2023, 10:37 AM May 2023

Should President Biden invoke the 14th Amendment [View all]

and go ahead and pay the bills due and show America who is going to appeal it.

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I don't know the answer, but that is a new take, an appeal is to claim default is better bucolic_frolic May 2023 #1
Not sure. While I say yes, lawsuits might fly and cause RW SCOTUS to deny it and affirm the RWers. TheBlackAdder May 2023 #2
Enough. It's time to settle this. Buns_of_Fire May 2023 #3
If the shoe was on the other foot would they invoke 14th amendment ? Beachnutt May 2023 #4
In a split-second, of course. Like any good two-year-old, Buns_of_Fire May 2023 #9
The shoe is never on the other foot though. GoodRaisin May 2023 #13
Republicans depend on Democrats to save them. Turbineguy May 2023 #5
I'd greatly prefer it doesn't come to that. onenote May 2023 #6
It's only money. Tetrachloride May 2023 #7
Let's borrow and pay the bills due and Beachnutt May 2023 #8
You kind of missed the point. Who are we going to borrow from and on what terms? onenote May 2023 #18
Did you tell Republicans that when they created the debt? LakeArenal May 2023 #10
Pretty sure both parties "created the debt." onenote May 2023 #19
Invoke the 14th right after the deadline LostOne4Ever May 2023 #11
I believe he has to do whatever he has to do to KentuckyWoman May 2023 #12
Do the discharge petition first, and if that fails, then the 14th amendment JohnSJ May 2023 #14
If there are unknown or unclear possible serious risks nevergiveup May 2023 #15
I trust that he'll do whaever he needs to do to keep us from defaulting. GoCubsGo May 2023 #16
I say yes standingtall May 2023 #17
The problem is the law has been on the books since 1917 Buckeyeblue May 2023 #20
He said he won't Polybius May 2023 #21
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