"The problems we face today are there because the people who work for a living are outnumbered by those who vote for a living." - Anonymous
Tuesday, January 16, 2018

While WAPO suggest GOP leaders are increasing the 'pressure' on their members, my understanding is that the Leadership is in fact detailing to all members that the Debt Ceiling debate and outcome is a short-term game aimed at soothing financial and World markets.

Focusing on winning every single battle can set you up to lose the war.  In this case, winning the 'war' is to reach the end-game of getting America's long-term budgets, entitlement programs and tax policy on the track of sustainable fiscal policy.  This requires that the GOP gain majorities in both the House and the Senate, and that Obama be defeated in 2012.  And that end game cannot be achieved without the support of Independent voters, who expect bi-partisan solutions to be crafted to the extent possible -

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