Where will the money come from?

Witness the Democrats’ Christmas wish-list:

WASHINGTON — After being out of power for 12 years, Democrats will take control of Congress next month with a wish list of new programs, including more money for college student aid, the No Child Left Behind schools initiative and Medicare prescription drug benefits — plus tax relief for middle-income Americans.

But there’s a hitch: The Democrats also have promised to restore fiscal responsibility and not increase the federal deficit.

So how will liberals in Congress make this happen? I think you know the answer.

One Response to “Where will the money come from?”

  1. TimChapmanBlog.com » Blog Archive » Where will the money come from? II Says:

    […] Democrats keep promising new programs: cutting rates on college loans is one of the latest. Congressional Democrats say when they take the gavel from Republicans next month, they will put money in the pockets of college students and closely examine a law reforming elementary and secondary schools. How they will pay for their plans isn’t clear. Democrats, who won the House and Senate in last month’s elections, say they will quickly move to slash interest rates on need-based college loans in half - from 6.8 percent to 3.4 percent. […]

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