The crisis in this country isn’t really economic.
It’s a crisis of confidence in our political leaders on both the Left and the Right.
After a decade of elections predicated on change, policies have essentially stayed the same: Central banks have enabled central governments to fuel deficit spending in pursuit of consolidating central control of society.
Perhaps the spending priorities change depending on which side of the aisle you inhabit, but one thing is certain: both Democrats and Republicans have complicity in creating the fiscal crisis that now faces the country.
Unless Republicans offer a real alternative to the big government vision...