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How long can this scenario possibly go on?
With national debt rising at a mind-boggling rate, the president in his State of the Union address suggested piling on even more entitlements to our already overwhelming and unsustainable mountain of current entitlements. He then promised — unrealistically — that it would not add a dime to our deficit.
The president has no problem telling the American people what they want to hear, but has an impossible time telling them what they need to hear.
This problem isn’t the president’s alone, and it seems to be no respecter of party lines.
The important questions are, “Is there anyone in the government willing to make the hard choices?” and, “Is there anyone in America willing to accept the hard choices which must be made?”
If America were to go shopping on its own bill right now, we would only be able to afford milk, eggs and bread because we can’t afford the Ramen — such as entitlements. At this point America is going to have to go without some things.
If we continue what we’re doing, we will reach the point where we can’t afford the milk and eggs, and we will be left with only bread.
It’s time for our government leaders to make the hard choice and start living within our budget. It’s time for the American people to sport their government leaders in making these hard choices. Why not make March 1 the day America takes its first step toward living within its budget?