Frustrated over debt ceiling debate? Here are 4 places on social media to vent

Plus, an infographic—from the White House—explaining how the nation’s debt stacks up.

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New polls from Gallup and The Washington Post/ABC News show the majority of Americans are angry, and they don’t approve of anyone’s handling of the national debt.

If you’re among these frustrated Americans, and you can’t afford the time or money to go and march on Washington, there are some ways to do so virtually. After all, a new report says most members of Congress are active on Facebook and Twitter.

Here are four ways to vent to lawmakers on Twitter and Facebook:

Tweet the hashtag #DearCongress. Although the popularity of this hashtag has waned a bit, it’s still a sounding board for Twitter users to share their ideas and frustrations with lawmakers.

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