GEORGE WILL: Something’s brewing: Tea party will rise again
Published 01/03/2013, Washington Post
Deficit spending once was largely for investments — building infrastructure, winning wars — which benefited future generations, so government borrowing appropriately shared the burden with those generations. But now, continuous borrowing burdens future generations in order to finance current consumption.Word count: 744
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