Jack2894 Wrote:
Nov 28, 2012 4:03 PM
You are both wrong. Fletch because he thinks there is something deeper than politics. In this case, there isn't anything. He's also wrong to think that every spending cut advances the economy: its not true. AND you, Neal, are wrong because you are still one of the remaining one siders, who think teh solution can be done without both parts of the equation.