You love the United States and the United States Constitution. This is a good thing since at least we start on common ground. You understand that we elect a president and a Congress to represent us and that together they have the power and authority to set policies and budgets and tax rates and debts.
So there are some things you and I agree on. It seem on fiscal policy we disagree. I believe that America should invest, through government programs, in education and research and infrastructure. And I also believe that America should take care of its less fortunate citizens through food stamps and medicaid etc.
So when American citizens disagree, the Constitution has a way of resolving. We send our representatives to Congress and to the White House and they have the power to enact policy. Some of this policy you will disagree with, and some of this policy I will disagree with... but that's democracy. After all the people in White House and Congress were all elected at least once.
We can argue about policy, and more importantly we can vote for our respective representatives. These representatives have the responsibility for the debt and the sole authority to make the decisions needed to change it.
However, once they have set these policies... to then decide they aren't going to pay for them is simply ridiculous.