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Fix America Challenge

It’s no secret; Washington has some serious problems when it comes to spending and debt. Do you have ideas to fix it? Want to talk about them over lunch with Rand Paul and Paul Ryan? We want to hear from you.

The Democrats have shown their true colors and have dragged their feet on producing a serious plan to get our fiscal house in order. Time and time again Obama puts forth joke budgets that get zero votes, even from his own Party. And the Senate has to be coerced into doing their job and producing budget. Remember it wasn’t until the Republican controlled House passed no budget no pay that the Democrats even considered producing a budget.

This reckless spending that has gone unchecked by Democrats is hurting our economy and every American family. According to a recent Gallup poll, 74 percent of Americans believe our country is on the wrong track. This is the longest period in the history of the poll that a majority of Americans believe our country is off track.

But together, we can turn things around. We can fix America, but it is going to take all of us—not just the politicians in Washington. That’s why we want to hear from you. We want your ideas for how we can get the country back on the right track.  To make sure we hear your voice and thoughts we are hosting a contest. We want your best and brightest ideas on how you’d cut spending and reduce the debt.

The person with the best idea will have an opportunity to discuss his or her idea with the top policy leaders who can do something about it: Congressman Paul Ryan and Senator Rand Paul.

We’ll fly the winner and a guest to Washington, D.C., to have lunch with Congressman Paul Ryan, Senator Rand Paul and me.

Together, we can fix America. We just need you to share your best and brightest ideas on how you think we can.

So join our Fix America Challenge here, for a chance to win an all-expense paid trip to Washington, D.C for a meeting with leaders like Senator Paul and Representative Ryan.

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