Playing Games with American Power
Yesterday, the House Republicans staged a vote–predetermined to fail– on a measure to increase the U.S. debt ceiling. Nothing unusual here; this is standard political brinksmanship on Capitol Hill.
Unfortunately, this is not a standard political issue. American power and world economic stability are at stake.
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This article was originally published in Democracy Arsenal.
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