The next four years will be a struggle to rein in spending, say tax advocate Grover Norquist....
Monday, January 14, 5:15 PM ETThe next four years will be a struggle to rein in spending, say tax advocate Grover Norquist. Two major battles are looming over the next few months, the sequester on March 2 and the debt ceiling which the government will hit around the middle of March. While some have suggested a debt ceiling fight would lead to a government shutdown or, as the president has threatened, insolvency, but Norquist doesn't expect either one. "He can't do it, he won't do it," Norquist says. In the end, we'll find a way to pay our debt.
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