By Kevin “Coach” Collins
One thing we can say for sure about whatever Debt Ceiling deal is struck is that some respected conservatives will hate it and other respected conservatives will think it’s at barely acceptable. We might not know which side will be right for several months.
Saying we lost will certainly be an easy argument to make. We likely we won’t get the type of cuts we wanted. In fact the cuts we’ll get might be quite small and loaded into future years.
Why then should conservatives find something to like in whatever deal in hammered out? A change in the political narrative, that’s what.
The tumult we witnessed in getting this far would NEVER have even happened if the TEA party hadn’t forced Congress to talk about the debt and the deficit. In April when this started, Obama thought getting authorization to spend our grandchildren’s money would be no more difficult than writing a number … Continue Reading:What would we win in a debt ceiling deal? Saying “Nothing” is easy but not true