Do Deficits not Matter only when Republicans say so?
In early 2002, Dick Cheney suggested that the National Debt doesn't matter when the then George W. Bush Administration was contemplating a second round of tax cuts. However today, Republicans in the House and Senate Blame the Current President for the debt crisis. Why the change?
Precisely. The same can be said of Democrats and war and both parties with regard to the Constitution. Competition between the two major parties has very little to do ideology and much more to do with the team sport aspect of politics. It is not about being consistent or right, it is about winning the argument.
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