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wait till ninety ndeb it they will get it next time on the debt ceiling I mean it element on Capitol Hill weren't just coming from an exclusive interview with the most conservative members of the house of representatives members of the freedom caucus telling Reuters that they expect the house to vote as soon as Tuesday on a measure that would occur in the United States borrowing authority with a minimum of fuss make any kind of , longer term strategy , it is not , I think it is I mean you know you can't , you can't bring fourteen hundred forty seven members that Republican conference together in forty eight hours that's good news for investors and others who worry that America won't be able to pay it built as soon as next month if Congress doesn't act soon to raise the debt ceiling beyond its current level of eighteen trillion dollars that they're disappointed for members of the house freedom caucus Clinton Americans already spending too much money eighteen nt want any increase in public spending cuts or entitlement reform or other physical measures , I wonder not when America has speaker John Boehner is expected to rely on democratic votes to raise the debt ceiling without any conditions , the next time won't be as easy they say and that's because banners likely quick factor representative Paul Ryan has promised to rely on Republican vote act important measures like the debt ceiling from here on out this gives the freedom caucus members a year or so that at the terms of the debate figure out what they want as part of that package will get him next time what representative mark meadows told me freedom caucus members also telling Reuters that they believe Ryan is the right man for the job you thinking the right guy for the right time despite some doubts in the folks back home in conservative media outlets who question whether he efficiently committed to conservative principles