How to Fix The Debt Trap

Republicans have proposed a plan to fix the problem of the $1.2 trillion debt trap, a new strategy to slow the growth of government debt.

The plan, to be released Tuesday, is part of a broader effort by Republicans to take control of the Senate.

The new proposal is a combination of three big ideas.

The first, a tax cut for businesses, is the most controversial.

The second, a bill to give Congress more power to borrow money to pay off the national debt, is expected to be a top priority for the Republican leadership.

The third is a $1 trillion infrastructure package that could be attached to a larger package to create jobs, raise wages and boost economic growth.

Read moreThe tax cut is not a major idea.

But it is an important one.

If it gets enacted, it would be the largest tax cut in history.

And that’s a good thing for everyone.

The proposal has been debated in Congress for years.

The Tax Policy Center estimates that in 2024 the GOP tax plan would raise $1,100 for every $1 it increased the top marginal tax rate.

That’s about 10 percent of GDP.

The Republicans also say that by eliminating deductions and loopholes, the tax cut would be worth $5,600 per person.

In theory, this could increase the cost of living for many Americans.

It would also help companies, which pay their workers less than they would if the tax cuts were permanent.

The problem with the proposal is that most Americans don’t want to pay higher taxes.

A Gallup poll released in March found that only 18 percent of Americans said they were happy to pay more in taxes to fund infrastructure spending.

In contrast, nearly 40 percent of Republicans said they’d pay less to fund such spending.

This is a big problem for Democrats.

If Americans don