Looks like the House of Representatives will be voting on the plan to temporarily raise the debt ceiling on Wednesday.—
John Kicklighter (@JohnKicklighter) January 21, 2013
Former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele heaped shame upon those members of the GOP who skipped out of the inaugural ceremonies today, but that doesn’t mean they weren’t busy doing something else. Some of them were scheduling a vote on Wednesday to kick the can that is the debt ceiling showdown down the road another four months.
House Republicans post bill to suspend US Debt Limit until May 19th. House will take up Wednesday.—
Mark Knoller (@markknoller) January 21, 2013
The House will vote Wednesday on a move to suspend the nation’s debt ceiling until mid-May. House Speaker John Boehner will make himself available to the press tomorrow afternoon to explain the move.
they're gonna vote to raise the debt ceiling. what. the. (expletive)?!—
Teddy Bonkers (@MeloSmoove) January 21, 2013
House GOP plan would "suspend" debt ceiling until May 19, not "raise" it. There's a big difference.—
Damian Paletta (@damianpaletta) January 21, 2013
Is there a big difference? Not really, if the House votes to suspend the debt ceiling for four months only to raise it in the spring. Some wonder: is four months enough time for a GOP spine transplant?
America's Possibilities = Limitless! See also: America's Debt Ceiling.—
Casey Bennetto (@caseybennetto) January 21, 2013
No sooner is he sworn in, than discussion begins abt raising the debt ceiling. Will nothing stop POTUS from driving the country to ruin?—
Skinner (@Skinner2008) January 21, 2013