People Prefer Default to Increasing the Debt Limit Without Cuts

Whatever it takes to stop liberals from spending money we don’t have.
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I was reading through the NY Times poll results published yesterday when I came across this surprising response to question 43. Here is the full question:

43. As you may know, there is a debate in Washington about raising the federal debt ceiling, which is the amount of money that the federal government can borrow to pay its bills. Which of these comes closest to your feelings about raising the debt ceiling now? 1. It should be raised without conditions, because the government must pay its existing bills and obligations; OR 2. It should be raised, but only with the condition that the government also cuts spending to offset it; OR 3. It should not be raised under any condition even if that means the U.S. could default on its loans and obligations.



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