The $800 billion economic "stimulus" bill may be more
appropriately called the "Obama debt plan." It will, after all,
dump $6,700 per household of new debt into the laps of our children
Whether it will actually stimulate the economy is another
matter. So perhaps politicians can first answer a few questions
from the back of the classroom:
Brian M. Riedl is
Grover M. Hermann Fellow in Federal Budgetary Affairs in the Thomas
A. Roe Institute for Economic Policy Studies at The Heritage
Distributed nationally on the McClatchy wire
The $800 billion economic "stimulus" bill may be more appropriately called the "Obama debt plan." It will, after all, dump $6,700 per household of new debt into the laps of our children and grandchildren.
Brian M. Riedl
Grover Hermann Fellow in Federal Budgetary Affairs
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