Free Markets, Free People

“Is this road getting steeper? It feels steeper.”

Kicking the can down the road

And while I have your attention, Bill Quick is doing one of his very infrequent fund-raisers. Give him a hand if you can. Besides being one of the strongest voices for liberty on the Interwebs, he also loves Dale’s auto reviews.

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7 Responses to “Is this road getting steeper? It feels steeper.”

  • I keep hoping the can will bounce back and knock them out.
    Now I’ll probably get a visit from armed agents asking what I mean when I say that.

  • Debt increase?  What debt increase?  The debt hasn’t increased in months, per the Treasury.
    We”re saved!

    • Or, according to the donkey: “Maybe we should dig a hole in the road so it doesn’t seem so steep.”

      • Riiiiiiight, the Obamic Democrat plan will be create shovel ready jobs by tunneling through the hill till we come out on the downslope road on the far side!   Brilliant!!!!!!

        • Ahhh you have discovered the Quantum Tunnelling approach to Left Libertarian economics. If there is an economic problem, just wait long enough for the system to spontaneously tunnel through a barrier and fix itself. Watch and learn.

  • “Now, this debt ceiling — I just want to remind people in case you haven’t been keeping up — raising the debt ceiling, which has been done over a hundred times, does not increase our debt; it does not somehow promote profligacy. All it does is it says you got to pay the bills that you’ve already racked up, Congress. It’s a basic function of [the Executive to be] making sure that the full faith and credit of the United States is preserved [, but it’s the job of the Congress to reign in this spending].”

    … but Congress must keep spending, ignoring those ‘crazy’ Tea Party folks, who would have Congress do her job.