Not As They Do: Conservatives and the Deficit, Pt. 1

Terrance Heath

Listening to conservatives squawk about deficits is a bit like taking parenting and/or relationship advice from Medea, the Gosselins or “Octomom.” At best, they serve as an example of what not to do.

As it is with children, so it is with conservatives and deficits. People who are very good at making them aren’t necessarily all that skilled in dealing with them.

And we know, during the previous decade, conservatives proved themselves quite adept a creating a deficit from a surplus.

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