The new congressional budget is a bipartisan blunder
August 15, 2019
Imagine you’re a business owner. You’re getting ready to leave town for a few weeks, so you leave your most trusted employees in charge of the place while you’re gone. A vote was held among everyone in the office, and it was generally agreed that these individuals were the overall most qualified to keep the business running smoothly in your absence.
Weeks pass by, and you return only to find absolute disaster. Not only has your business been plunged into bankruptcy, but is now in $23 trillion of debt, and plans were made without your approval to spend $2 trillion more over the next tw...