Every day there is news about the presidential campaign, but we don’t hear many new ideas from the candidates. We are working hard to change that.
Washington is having a hard time reaching agreement on how to pay for its policies. To escape this reality, lawmakers may resort to illusions that would make Houdini blush. But this is no free show. These gimmicks will add to the already unsustainable long-term national debt. Here are some gimmicks to look out for.
A new Iowa poll shows that likely caucus goers want presidential candidates to address the country’s budget situation. Meanwhile, our efforts to make that sentiment a reality continue to gain steam.
The next president will want to hit the ground running when he or she takes office, but growing national debt may bring any ambitious plans quickly down to earth. And the media is starting to take notice.
The field of presidential candidates seems to grow almost every day, and so does support for making the debt a priority in the campaign.