IBD‘s David Hogberg, an occasional TAS contributor, takes apart Paul Krugman’s “breathtaking hypocrisy” on budget deficits. His most important point: “Liberals only care about budget deficits insofar as they are useful in defeating tax cuts. When it comes time to unleash government spending, deficits can be largely ignored. (Conservatives often take the opposite stance).”
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