WASHINGTON, January 1 -
It’s New Year’s Day 2013. What an excellent time for Congress to make at least one New Year’s resolution.
Congress is addicted to spending money. Maybe Congress should join Spending Anonymous. Here is the 12-step plan:
One, Congress should admit it’s addicted to spending someone else’s money!
Two, make a list of the wasteful spending;
Three, pass a yearly budget and a constitutional balanced budget amendment;
Four, stop giving money to countries that hate us;
Five, have the resolve not to spend money we don’t have;
Six, don’t contribute to the addiction by taking more money away from Americans;
Seven, don’t borrow any more money from China;
Eight, don’t make excuses for our addiction;
Nine, don’t blame others for the addiction;
Ten, run Congress like most people run their family budgets;
Eleven, remember, we are to do the will of the people;
Twelve, have a support group and meet regularly to confess our addiction.
Mr. Speaker, Congress should join Spending Anonymous.
And that’s just the way it is.