How much debt has Sherrod Brown put on you?

When he isn’t extolling the virtue of union bosses or comparing people to Hitler, Sherrod Brown, along with his buddy Barack Obama, have been making a lot of noise about the expiration of a super low interest rate for student loans. According to Sherrod, letting the rate go back to normal would cost the average borrower an extra $1000 over the life of the loan. Sherrod calls this extra $1000, spread over several years, “oppressive debt.”

“We need students to have access to higher education and to do it without oppressive debt” — SB

So if Sherrod calls an extra $1000 on a loan that someone voluntarily borrows “oppressive debt”, what does he call the mountain of debt he and President Downgrade are piling on everyone’s shoulders, without our consent?

What kind of debt are we talking about?

When Sherrod Brown took office on January 3rd, 2007, the national debt was $8.7 trillion. Today, it stands at $15.7 trillion. Since he has been in the Senate, he has increased the national debt by $7 trillion.

Sherrod has added over $23,000 for every man, woman and child in America in under 5 1/2 years. Debt that we didn’t ask for, unlike taking out a student loan.

And he DARES to call $1000 “oppressive”?? The failed joke of a “stimulus” that he voted for? That alone cost every person in America $3000! And he wants us to get worked up over $1000?

Sherrod Brown actually talks about “fiscal responsibility” on his website. His idea of responsibility begins with blaming George Bush and ends with claiming that Obamacare is going to reduce the deficit. In fact, Sherrod is so fiscally responsible, that he and his Senate Democrats have refused to pass a budget in over three years.

The next time you see Sherrod Brown tweet about #dontdoublemyrate, remind him that his votes and his spending record are costing each and every one of us several times more than the student loan interest he is whining about.

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Author: Nick

I was born and raised in Ohio. After growing up in the Columbus area, I moved to Cleveland to study at Case Western Reserve University, and have lived in Northeast Ohio ever since. I live in Wellington with my wife and son. I work in the private sector and have never worked in the political field.

7 thoughts on “How much debt has Sherrod Brown put on you?”

  1. I looked up Sherrod Brown on twitter and found the account you show here and one that is “Senator” Sherrod Brown – I assuem the one you show (which I have been answering on twitter) is legit?

  2. For some reason, Sherrod has 2 twitter accounts: @SenSherrodBrown and @SherrodBrown. He and his staff use @SherrodBrown much more frequently.

  3. This is the only Website that talks about the “real” Mr. Brown. Keep up spreading the word!

  4. Bytor – thanks – now a question from a Twitter neophyte (sounds better than newb, right?) – when he tweets, and I want to reply to refute his BS, is there a way to respond that others that are not following me will see the reply?

    1. No. Only your followers would see it in their timeline. Also, if you are replying to someone by starting your tweet with their handle, only that person, and people who follow BOTH of you, will see it.

      For example, if you tweet
      @SherrodBrown did you pass a budget yet?
      then only Sherrod and people who follow both you AND Sherrod will see it. Your other followers wouldn’t see it.

      But if you put @SherrodBrown anywhere later in the tweet, then all of your followers would see it. That is why you will often see tweets with a period in front like this:
      [email protected] did you compare anyone to Hitler today?

    2. thanks for the education – great examples – what if I use a hashtag that he used like #dontdoublemyrate?

    3. If anyone searched for the hashtag they would see your tweet and all other tweets that also included that hashtag. But it wouldn’t show up in anyone’s timeline except your followers.

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