After downplaying the effect of carbon emissions on climate change, House Minority Leader John BoehnerJohn BoehnerChaffetz calls for ,500 legislator housing stipend GOP super-PAC promises big spending in 2018 Ryan reminds lawmakers to be on time for votes MORE (R-Ohio) is concentrating a different holiday than today's environmentally-focused "Earth Day."

Rather, BoehnerJohn BoehnerChaffetz calls for ,500 legislator housing stipend GOP super-PAC promises big spending in 2018 Ryan reminds lawmakers to be on time for votes MORE is focused on "Debt Day," which falls on this coming Sunday, April 26th.

Boehner tweeted Wednesday:
Debt Day (4/26) is a symbol of Washington's arrogant culture of borrowing & spending: http://tinyurl.com/clpqrk


Debt Day, Boehner explained in an op-ed today for a conservative web magazine, is the day in the government's fiscal calendar when spending by the government exceeds its available revenue.