On a previous thread, Franco lays claim to being the only one of this breed on this forum. When asked to clarify, even being allowed to briefify his answers, he begins to act like someone from General Mills, waffling all the way prior to leaving the thread. IMO Having read several thoughtful posts related to the subject of fiscal conservatism, Franco's positions don't even rate JV consideration in comparison to many on this forum. I have to edit to say he finally answered, but will continue here any way.
The nation is facing deficits of around $1.5 trillion for several years. To balance the books will require serious cuts & policy that encourages private sector job creation.
The goal is identifying $1.5 Trillion in cuts? How do we get there from where we are, any ideas? If this is good enough I will forward to Senator DeMint, Speaker Boehner & Paul Ryan, we'll see how serious they are about doing the correct thing.
Please make this a serious discussion . If some would like to discuss the social stuff, please start your own thread.