Very well put. Thanks for your insights.<quoted text>You don't answer a question with a question unless you have nothing to say and don't want to look a dork. Too late! I am not a member of the House or the Senate, nor do I care to be. Romney's plan of reducing the tax burdens, across the board, closing loopholes, especially for wealthy Americans, like captial gains, would have been a good start. The reduction of tax burdens would encourage employers and investors to begin re-investing in American business. The plan would fall short, if nothing else is done, but if spending cuts were enforces, the elimination of needless spending on programs that in fact do nothing. Elimiation of subsidies to oil, farm and others would also contribute. American takes in enough revenue to meet it obligations as it relates to Infratstructure, Public Safety and Education. It cannot continue to pay for failed pension funds, lousy run companies, or programs that merely drive up the cost of govenment.
I could go forever, but you get the jist
Anyone else just hear the sound of crickets?<quoted text>Now specifically, other than taxing the rich, a plan we heard 4 years ago it Mr Obama and the Spendocrats going to do to reduce spending???
Of course Bob will not respond with any legitimate comment. He incapable of spewing anything but what was in this morning's SEIU official talking points e-mail.