Sunday, November 22, 2009

The Bullstreet Journal issues Congress' marching orders

"What to do? The best option would be for the president to halt Congress's rush to fiscal suicide, and refocus on slowing the dangerous growth in Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid. He should call on Congress to pass a comprehensive reform of our income and payroll tax systems that would generate revenue sufficient to fund its spending desires in a pro-growth and fair fashion."

This is not advice, or Congress would just laugh at it, knowing that "advice" from the BJ and similar financier-rectums is what got us into this mess. This is an order followed by an implicit "or else."