Newt Gingrich is still whining about national debt, as if there were no one out of work, as if the economy were humming along fine, and as if we wouldn’t have a better chance at balancing the budget and reducing the debt with a stimulated economy?
Maybe it’s time we start asking the real serious questions, again:
Or, we could name the George W. Bush Wing of the Ronald Reagan Memorial National Debt.
Could we do that properly, while decreasing the debt ceiling?
(When you read that article, please note carefully what is the most expensive government building ever built.)