I’m trying to follow Sullivan’s logic on the spending front, Phil. If the Republicans massively increase spending and then the Democrats come in and increase spending at an even faster rate — which is what Obama is proposing to do — we should criticize the former but not the latter? Sure, the Republicans would have more credibility if they had followed their alleged principles for the past eight years. But are the rest of us, including those of us who opposed the GOP spending binge as well as the coming Democratic expansions of government, just supposed to throw up our hands in a fit of anti-Republican pique?
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