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A Fiscal Fitness Plan for Washington

troglidite Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 8:33 PM
Here's the Republican 23rd Psalm; The Lord is my shephard, I crave vast amounts of consumer goods, as I am a materialist. I fear no evil for the baggers and the birthers are evil. He leadeth me to social engineering in far-away places, and nation building in foreign countries. He restoreth Big government Republicanism when the chance comes. He leadeth me to get my Republican "teat suck" when the chance arrives.
troglidite Wrote: Nov 25, 2012 8:33 PM
Yea, though we social engineer and nation build in foreign countries, our precious George W. Bush tax cut pays for it all.
I will fear no government run health care: For I already have Medicare;
My bombast and rhetoric, they comfort me.
We endlessly talk of small government and free market to the guileless;
And all the while along, all we really want is to have redistribution of wealth, directed in our direction.
Surely our teat suck on the government sow will come about at some time, and we will distract the masses attention with talk of mushroom clouds and the deceit of the Demoncrat party.

The U.S. has spent its way into a $16 trillion national debt that is threatening its economic health. Bankrupting America's Gretchen Hamel has five principles that can help get the U.S. economy back on track.


From Townhall Magazine's December feature, "A Fiscal Fitness Plan for Washington" by Gretchen Hamel:

First, and mostly importantly, elected officials should keep their promises and listen to the voters. It’s easier said than done, but think about members of the two previous Congresses and where many...