From National Review: Real Tax Cuts, Real Spending Cuts
If congressional Republicans are going to argue for a balanced budget (or a less-unbalanced budget) and tax cuts, they are going to have to make — once again, whipping it up from scratch — the case for a limited central government. [emphasis mine-rhl] Americans are fairly receptive to that argument at the moment, but not as eager as some of my fellow conservatives would like to believe: Cut Social Security checks by 20 percent and that limited-government tea-party mob will be the one that comes around to tar and feather your sorry congressional hide. But the case can be made.
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