Saturday, May 17, 2003

Aren't we supposed to be fiscal conservatives? With the passage of the President's tax cut plan in both houses, the GOP has pretty much ceased being the party of fiscal responsibility. I mean, we can't call castigate the Democrats for being "tax and spend liberals" when we are "cut and spend conservatives. As a friend once said, "pot, kettle, black." Matthew Miller spotlights Peter Peterson, which is sadly one of the last repsonsible Republicans. It's a good read, but it reminds how far this party has fallen from its roots.


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