Moms Fight Back… Mothers Against Debt (MAD) Releases First Video

Here’s a cause every mother can rally around…
Mothers Against Debt are a group of concerned mothers who are fed up with reckless government spending and massive national debt

www.MothersAgainstDebt.com The debt we are leaving our children is fiscal child abuse. Since we made this video, debt per citizen has risen more than $1700 to $41,869 according to the US Debt Clock. To find out more about what we are doing to our children and how to stop it, visit MothersAgainstDebt.com. “Government, we’ve got our eye on you!”

Here’s more from the M.A.D. website:

A recent Rasmussen poll suggests that American parents understand that when government takes more from them, parents have less to spend caring for their children. Consider these findings regarding taxes, debt and spending:

* 66 percent of Americans believe the country is overtaxed.
* 69 percent of Americans do not want their taxes raised to pay off the national debt.
* 83 percent of Americans believe the budget spending deficit is due to elected officials’ unwillingness to cut spending rather than a reluctance to raise taxes.

In Colorado parents enjoy a fragile line of defense between their pocketbooks and government. Known as the Taxpayer’s Bill of Rights (TABOR), it keeps government from growing faster than the private sector. TABOR allows government to grow by the sum of rate of inflation plus population, and lawmakers must ask Colorado voters for approval to raise taxes. The beauty of TABOR is that it puts Colorado voters in charge. They get to decide how much government they want and how much they are willing to pay for it.

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