“We have a debt crisis.
And it’s not going away.
It’s going to get worse.”
― Paul Ryan.
Read moreHouse Speaker Paul Ryan has told reporters that the U.S. will have a “debt crisis” by the end of the decade.
And, he said he’s not the only one who thinks the country is in a debt crunch.
Ryan told reporters Thursday that the United States has a “long-term debt problem,” and said that the debt is growing and is going to grow again in the coming decades.
“The debt is going up.
The debt is getting higher.
And there’s no question that the future is bleak.
We’re going to have a long-term problem.
It will get worse,” Ryan said, adding that “it will get harder and harder” to pay for things like infrastructure and education.
Ryan, R-Wis., said the nation needs a new approach to solving its debt crisis, because he believes that we have “a debt problem that we can’t fix.”
Ryan said he believes the country can solve the problem, but that the solution is “not to spend more money on things that will not pay for themselves.”
Ryan, however, also said he thinks that the federal government should spend more to “rebuild our economy.”
“We should have more money for the roads, for the bridges, for airports.
We should have a new infrastructure program.
We need to get back to basics,” he said.
Ryan said that it’s important to get people back to work and said the solution to the country’s debt problem is not to spend too much more on things like public infrastructure and Social Security benefits.
Ryan also said that he thinks the debt crisis is a big problem, and that the country needs to focus on solving the problem.
“We need to start solving the debt problem, because it’s a big, big problem.
We have a huge, huge debt problem.
And we’re not going to solve it,” he added.
The House Speaker also said the United Kingdom is “a very bad place” because of the debt, but he added that it is a “big part of the reason why we’re here.”
“The United Kingdom has a debt problem and they’re doing nothing about it.
And they’re a very bad country,” Ryan added.”
They’re spending a lot of money.
They’re spending big money.
But I think you’re going the right direction.”